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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.
Perfect lens for portrait or landscape! Been taking pix since I was a kid , but first time I’ve tried this lens . My fav was Always the 55 , but I now see the value of this 35 ! A very special lens and great bokeh for portrait work !
Im just an enthusiast who appreciates quality equipment. I recently added a Sony 35mm f1.4 lens for my Sony a6500 and I love it! Its proving to be an excellent match for that camera in every respect. However you do need a camera with in-camera stabilization because this lens doesnt have it.
If you only need one lens, want one lens, feel all magnum inspired, buy one. It's fabulous.Sharp (who cares, most lenses are sharp at this sort of money, if not then why would you be looking?)fast ( like an oiled 80's temptress in a leotard)Heavy?
it's kinda heavy.... results are so impressive it's almost not important
Took three tries to get a good copy of this lens. This most recent copy is absolutely amazing. Literally, nothing bad to say. I'm in love.If you order this lens, just be aware that there is high variation from copy to copy and it "might" take a few tries to get a good one.
Okay, only had this lens a few days but here are a few comparisons I can make.Head to head with my Sony 85mm f/1.8, this thing is not as sharp. And that really threw me when I first started looking at 100% crops; I thought for sure the $1600 lens would beat the $600 one in terms of sharpness.
I love this lens. Currently I use it on a Sony a6500. Because of the crop factor this acts approximately like a 50mm (which is my favorite size- especially for video.) I will be purchasing the a7s III (when it comes out to use with it.
When it comes to lenses attached to Sony's 42mp sensor, there's no room for imperfection, which on one hand is good as they make good glass shine, creating beautiful results, on the other hand they cause headaches since many lenses can't live up to those highly demanding sensors.
This lens takes amazing images, the rendering is phenomenal. Was worried about the decentering issue, but it seems I have a good copy. It's pretty even across the frame, solid sharpness at f/1.4. Not razor sharp, but definitely sharp enough, but it's the overall image rendering that's important.