The SIGMA MOUNT CONVERTER MC-21 allows SIGMA SA and SIGMA’s CANON EF mount interchangeable lens to use on L-Mount camera bodies. The converter allows more freedom of choice for L-Mount cameras from SIGMA, Leica Camera and Panasonic, enhancing the extensibility of the L-Mount system.
Effective use of lens investment
Attaching the MC-21 to your SIGMA SA mount and SIGMA’s CANON EF mount compatible lenses allows them to be used as L-Mount system lenses.
29 interchangeable lenses available to be used for L-Mount cameras
The MC-21 increases the number of interchangeable lenses manufactured by SIGMA that can be used with the L-Mount system by. Compatible with the autocrop function, mounting APS-C size image circle DC lenses to a camera body equipped with a 35mm full size sensor still allows immediate use for shooting.
Fast and accurate auto focus
High precision AF photography in AF-S mode is achieved.
* Not compatible with AF-C mode.
Whether the mounted lens is compatible or not is instantly visible from the color of the built-in LED. The LED also notifies the user when a lens firmware update is available.
Lens data is pre-loaded
Running the data pre-loaded in the MC-21 for each lens by the special control program. Autofocus and aperture control have been optimized. Regarding lenses to be released in the future, data for operating these lenses via the MC-21 will be stored in the lens. It means no firmware updates of the MC-21 will be required to use those new lenses. In addition, the MC-21 also supports correction functions of camera such as peripheral illumination, chromatic aberration of magnification, and distortion.
Comes with a tripod socket
Equipped with a socket for attaching the tripod※. Lenses not equipped with a tripod socket can be used by mounting the tripod to the MC-21.
※ The tool supplied makes attaching/detaching possible.
The inside surface of the barrel is covered with flocking to eliminate internal reflections.
Inclusion in Exif data
Information such as lens type, focal length, F number, and other tags are embedded as Exif data in each image file.