If you’d like to shoot portraits with a blurred background, go for the which also sports optical stabilisation or the which may lack stabilisation but delivered better results in my tests. If you prefer general-purpose shooting at 35mm equivalent, I’m very fond of the which boasts a bright aperture and close-focusing. If you favour a 50mm equivalent, then also consider the or . If you’re into vlogging or ultra-wide angle photography, the is a great choice, or perhaps the if you’re fond of 24mm equivalent coverage with a bright aperture, and if you want to get close to distant subjects without breaking the bank, then the is a good option. Telephoto shooters on a higher budget should weigh-up the and , with the former giving more reach but the latter working with full-frame if you upgrade in the future; see my Sony E 70-350mm review for more details. Finally, if you’d like the smallest shooting combo, consider the or . Remember all these lenses have their field-of-view reduced by 1.5 times when mounted on a cropped / APSC sensor body.
I’ll now move onto full-frame lenses, although remember all of them will also work on APSC bodies without an adapter, although again with a 1.5x field reduction.
一本大道香蕉视频If you own a full-frame mirrorless body like the A7 or A9 series, my favourite general-purpose zoom is the surprisingly affordable , although if you’re a pro event shooter, you may prefer to invest in the which trades the telephoto-end and optical stabilisation for a brighter aperture and G Master quality. Alternatively if you desire a general-purpose zoom with a f2.8 aperture at a lower price, check out the which costs roughly the same as the FE 24-105mm f4.
If you’re a portrait photographer, Sony offers two FE 85mm lenses: the relatively low-priced and the high-end that’s incredibly crisp; see my Sony FE 85mm f1.8 review and Sony FE 85mm f1.4 GM review for more details. If you prefer shooting tighter portraits or a little further away, the is one of the sharpest lenses I’ve tested; check out my Sony FE 135mm f1.8 GM review一本大道香蕉视频 for more details.
Wide shooters are well-catered by the , the and the , the latter offering particularly good value. If you’re willing to trade the flexibility of a zoom for a fixed focal length with a brighter aperture, then the is impressively light, sharp and relatively affordable too compared to rivals. If milder wide-angle primes are your thing, then I can recommend the or the unusually bright ; check out my Sony FE 35mm f1.8 review and Sigma 35mm f1.2 Art review for more details.
Close-range sports or distant portrait photographers will like the lightweight or the high-end , while those who need greater reach for distant sports or wildlife will find the or both perform very respectably; see my Sony FE 200-600mm review一本大道香蕉视频 for more details. If you’re on a tighter budget, the is a popular choice. Meanwhile for the big-budget pros out there the or will be tempting investments. And if macro photography is your bag, the is a great performer.
一本大道香蕉视频If you want to put together a system of primes without breaking the bank, I can recommend the , and lenses, and if you want the smallest possible general-purpose combination, I’m very fond of the original . If your budget is much higher, you can splash-out on three of Sony’s best prime lenses: the , and will delight any lucky owner. If you want a triplet of top-end zooms, the , and will take you from 16 to 200mm with a constant f2.8 focal ratio and G Master quality – expensive but very high-performance.
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