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|Filter Thread||Front: 52 mm|
|Weight||13.90 oz (394 g)|
|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 2.44 x 2.83" (62.1 x 72 mm)|
|Minimum Focus Distance||9.84" (25 cm)|
|Angle of View||91°|
|Format Compatibility||35mm Film / Full-Frame Digital SensorAPS-C|
|Camera Mount Type||Sony E (Full-Frame)|
|Aperture||Maximum: f/2.8Minimum: f/22|
|Maximum Reproduction Ratio||1:7.81|
Sharp! I sold my Sony Zeiss 16-35 2.8 to purchase this lens and I made the right decision. I would have preferred auto focus but can live without it. I use this lens for architecture and landscape. The best image quality achieved at f8.
A masterpiece. Manual focus is not a negative. At this focal length the depth of field is so deep that it can be a grab and shoot lens if you need it to be. What's not said in the description and, in my opinion, should be, is that with your Sony camera the fstop can only be set with the aperture...
Sharp, well built. Great for a7 series
Great product, works perfect with A7R2. Love how it renders lights, very good built. Easy to focus. Aperture can be changed accidentally when unmounting the lens from camera. Images are great from it
I use this lens primarily for traveling. I can tell you the lens is incredibly sharp on the A7rii brings out more detail than i could've imagine. The lens also has very accurate and contrast colors, slightly on the cooler side, but can also be tweaked in Lightroom/photoshop later if you don't like...
I've heard so many good things about the Loxia 21 compared to the DSLR version, the Distagon 21/2.8, that I've been using on my A7RII. I expected the Loxia to be better, but...what a difference. Center sharpness is similar, although I'd say with a slight edge to the Loxia.
This lens shoots beautifully sharp images with great colors. The build is also excellent. Has a nice weight and handle. Def recommend for anyone looking for a lightweight, superb lens with manual controls.
The Good: Sharp images, very little distortion, nice colors, fast, compact and fun to use (I am an amateur photographer)The Bad: As other reviewers stated, a little tricky to connect to camera housing due to weather sealing and limited grip area.
This is an expensive lens, by my standards, but the first I've found that takes every advantage of the 42-megapixel sensor in my Sony A7rII. It is crisp from corner to corner, even wide open, and the color and contrast are a revelation.
Very sharp, better than the Zeiss 25/2. Which wasn't as sharp as my adapted Canon 16-35 f/4. For precise focus On the A7r2, I focus wide open in "A" mode w/magnified view & stop down to expose. Not ideal! I would have preferred auto aperture. Off of the tripod I zone focus using the distance scale.