I need a camera to shoot some buildings and landscape locations. But, I've also always wanted to get into some macro photography. From what I've read Canon is the hands down winner in Macro for its 65 mm 1-5x magnification lens. So, I always thought Canon was the way to go for me. But, looking around, I see the Sony Alpha A7 II looks pretty awesome and I see that there are adapters to use Canon lenses with it. I like idea of the full-frame sensor, image stabilization, and a few other features. It just seems like it might be great for all of my non-macro purposes. Would it be too much of a stretch to combine the Sony with the awesome Canon macro lens using an adapter? I have read that DPAF may be superior on Canons but I can't figure out how to really compare the two brands. There seem to be some advantages to how the Sonys operate as well, like faster and quieter lens motors, more compact size, etc. Is there some major or obvious reason to just go with a Canon, like an 80D or 6D instead of the Sony?