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|Weight||2.43 oz (69 g)|
|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 2.46 x 0.80" (62.6 x 20.4 mm)|
|Filter Thread||Front:49 mm|
|Format Compatibility||DSLR (APS-C Sensor)|
|Minimum Focus Distance||7.8" (.20 m)|
Comparable 35mm Focal Length: 30 mm
|Camera Mount Type||Sony (E Mount for NEX)|
I purchased this lens at the same time as my a6300, looking for a compact lens I could use while traveling. The effective 30mm length is a nice middle of the road length for me, allowing for landscapes, street, and environmental portrait photography.
Fast lens and very portable, so nice for traveling if you have a Sony DSLR. Not great with lights or flares - they just blast your photo, and because mine didn't come with a lens cap it's been a harrowing few weeks checking it every couple hours for dust and scratches.
After reading the mediocre reviews for the SEL16F28, I ended up trying this lens (SEL20F28). The lens has proved to be very handy, and I am generally happy with the photos. The photos are sharp, but low light scenes may be a little dark with some vignetting. Two jpeg photos are uploaded for review.
Nice lens, works well, no complaints
Image quality is hardly any better than 18-50 mm kit lens with Sony A6000, I was disappointed and returned this lens.
Great little lens. I am still new to photography but I bought this as an upgrade from the kit lens and I am pleased with its performance relative to the kit lens so far.
Great on FE lenses. Don't work on any others.....works great.
I have a Sony A6000, it has a cropped sensor and came with 2 kit lenses (16-50mm, and 70-200mm) both having low light gathering capabilities. So the end result is that I had great little camera, but a limited field of view and that required higher ISO than acceptable to get the shots I wanted.
excellent quality and usefullness
I'm using the teleconverter with the Sony G Master FE 100-400mm which results in 200-800mm focal length. Camera Body: Sony A7ii So how much light is lost? My camera shows F9 at 200mm and F11 at 800mm. I first tried shooting subjects that were very far away to test the limits of the teleconverter.