i just got mine and have some first impressions together with the Sony GMaster 16-35 f/2.8 on my Z7.
In a first test, autofocus was was a desaster, kind of 20/80 hit and miss in AF-S mode. After a firmware upgrade it seems to be at least much better but i need to do more testing to be sure if AF really works precisely of if i have to switch to manual focusing. Auto exposure, EXIF etc. seems to be ok.
AF/MF-switch on the lens doesn\t work, the cam is always in AF-Mode. This is not a big deal for me, because i'm always focusing with the AF-ON-Button or manually. For other users this might be a killer critera. The button on the lens is not programmeable in the Nikon menu.
I don't need the AF speed of my S-Nikkor 24-70 2.8 (which is superfast and dead on in 99,9% of all cases) with this lens, because i use it for landscape stills where i have time to do precise focusing even manually. I bought this adaptor, because Nikon still doesn't have a 2.8 16-35 on their roadmap and i want f2.8 for night skies especially with 16mm. Here (16mm) is the strenght of the Sony lens, otherwise the Canon would have also been an option.
Most likely i will keep this lens / adaptor combo even then, if i have to switch to manual focusing. The lens itself is really great (as are my other Z-Lenses from Nikon)
My first verdict: Don't expect too much and take it only, if you have a really strong reason to use a Sony lens on your Nikon and when you are willing to do more "manual" work...
mstDoes anyone here happen to have experience with using the Techart Pro TZE01 adapter?
According to the specs, it allows the use of E-mount lenses on the Z7, with full electronic coupling, including autofocus and image stabilization.
If this is actually true, it would, for example, enable the use of the 100 STF OSS on the Z7... an exciting thought