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|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 2.39 x 1.80" (60.8 x 45.7 mm)|
|Filter Thread||Front:46 mm|
|Camera Mount Type||Sony (E Mount for NEX)|
|Format Compatibility||Sony NEX (APS-C)|
|Angle of View||73.5°|
|Minimum Focus Distance||7.9" (20.07 cm)|
|Maximum Reproduction Ratio||1:7|
Comparable 35mm Focal Length: 28.5 mm
I took it out for a test drive on my Sony a6300, and I am very happy with it. Shooting landscapes near and far on a cloudy day, handheld at ISO 800, I found the images fully sharp across the field by f/5.6. At f/2.8 and f/4, the lens still performed admirably; just a hair "worse.
I love this lens for infrared and ultraviolet photography. It works great. No hot spots, it’s the primary lens I use on my Sony A6000 full spectrum converted camera. The lens is light weight, and the image quality is great.
This became my favorite lens for the A6000 and I use it more than any other lens. It is very sharp and small and was inexpensive.I just found out that Sigma came out with a 16mm f/1.4. It sounds even better than this one. But it's almost twice the size and quite heavy.
I've tried several APS-C Sigma lenses as well as OEM Sony lenses. This little lens is probably the greatest sleeper on the market. Meaning, it doesn't look like much. It doesn't feel like much. It's not even priced like much. But the photos it takes are quite amazing.
As another poster here mentioned, the continuous autofocus has a shimmer effect on the corners of the image as it continually hunts for focus while shooting video. Using the a6500 with IBIS turned off, it still has issues. Probably fine for photos, but don't get this for video.
Very sharp, light. Worked well for me be I removed the baffle and installed it on my Sony a7. The vignette is manageable, the only down side is focus is a bit weird, it searches for objects all the time.
I bought this lens specifically for taking group photos at an anniversary celebration. I was not as much needing a portrait lens, as much as a lens that would not be intrusive during this family event - allowing me wander about this group of 200+ people without making anyone feeling uncomfortable...
Love my new 19mm wide angle lens for my Sony a6000- I’m an amateur photographer and the lens seems to be an incredible value for the quality pics it produces
I purchased this lens to use in low-light environments where flash and tripods are not allowed. I tested it out at the Toledo Museum of Art. A special exhibit by sculpture Jaume Plensa was perfect for this test. This artist has given permission to photograph his works.
I wanted a wide angle prime lens to use with my old E-mount camera and thought I would try this after considering pulling the trigger for years. It is worth it. It is a compact lens that pulls in landscapes very well with minimal distortion, unlike the kit lens. It is definitely worth the money.