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|Weight||1.39 lb (630 g)|
|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 3.09 x 4.41" (78.5 x 112.0 mm)|
|Filter Thread||Front:72 mm|
|Format Compatibility||35mm Film / Full-Frame Digital Sensor
Sony NEX (APS-C)
|Angle of View||63°
APS-C Picture Angle: 44°
|Minimum Focus Distance||.98' (.3 m)|
Comparable 35mm Equivalent on APS-C Format Focal Length: 52.5 mm
|Diaphragm Blades||9, Rounded|
|Camera Mount Type||Sony E (Full-Frame)|
The lens is big and heavy and it makes the A9 front heavy. The AF however, is nearly silent and very fast. The images have excellent color and contrast.
As many have noted, there’s a lot of copy variation in this lens. Mine was decentered out of the box. I didn’t noticed for a few weeks, and when I did it was too late to return to seller. I contacted Sony and they said it was “within tolerances” and that lots of lenses were like that.
Easily one of the best lenses I've owned in my 18 years of photography. Works amazingly well in low-light, renders beautiful bokeh and colors. This is my go-to walk-around lens for my Sony A7RIII.
I've had this for a bit now and I can't seem to get it off the camera.
Bought my first prime with my new Sony A7r III. Loving the sharpness!
The FE 35mm F1.4 ZA is an outstanding lens, I would rate them the best portrait lens and is perfect for Weddings & Low-light. If you're thinking of buying this Lens, you should. Yes it is very expensive, but you're going to end up having outstanding images.
I've only owned this lens for a couple of weeks and was keen to test out both its landscape capability and its ability to capture a close up when the lighting and texture asked you to take that shot. The in hand balance of the A7r2 with this lens attached is also impressive...
Using it with my Sony A6500 and the image is REALLY clean. It has great focus speed and the built quality of it is real clean. It is a heavy lens, so it can weigh a bit after a while, but if that doesn't bother you, definitely consider it.
I switched to Sony in part because Canon was so disappointing. I owned multiples of Canon's fastest lenses and without fail they were pretty much useless wide open. The softness and the color fringing saw me selling them after a few months and then rebuying them when the newer versions came out only...
I've had this lens for about 6 months now. I work as a videographer and the colors and sharpness I get with this lens are amazing. I use it on a Sony A7S II and it's a great lens for any situation, specially low light moments like weddings.