The 16-35mm f/4 ZA was the third zoom released for the Sony full-frame E-mount system in 2014 and completed the f/4 constant aperture series. At the time, the trio was the only option available if you wanted quality variable focal length lenses. Four years later, Sony users have much more choice including a set of […]
Two wide-angle primes Sony APS-C E-mount users will be familiar with are the Sigma 19mm f/2.8 DN Art and the Sony E 20mm f/2.8. Both offer an angle of view that isn’t far off the 28mm equivalent, making them a popular choice amongst photographers who mostly shoot street with wide angle lenses, as well as […]
The Sony FE 35mm f/2.8 was the very first native lens for Sony’s full-frame E-mount system along with the FE 55m f/1.8,. When used on full-frame bodies, it offers a moderate wide-angle whereas on APS-C bodies such as the a6300 or a6500, it becomes a standard lens with a 52.5mm equivalent field of view. It was the […]
If you are a photographer whose affection is torn between portraits and macro, I can bet you’ve asked yourself at some point: does it make more sense to use a single macro lens for both portraits and macro work, or invest in a dedicated portrait lens?
The Sony APS-C range has faced some neglect as of late due to much of Sony’s focus being funnelled into lens development for the extremely popular full-frame FE system. This is why the announcement of the Sigma 16mm f/1.4, with its 24mm equivalent field of view and fast maximum aperture, was such breath of fresh […]