Sony is considered as the oldest manufacturer of compact system camera ranges and has an excellent variety of E-mount lens. Sony launched its E-mount Lens in 2010, but gradually by 2015 they have introduced nearly 15 E-mount lenses, moreover most of these lenses have advanced into second generations as well. For instance, the original E 18-55 mm kit lens has now evolved into a smaller and lighter version and provides electronic control over zoom, therefore if you are planning to buy Sony E-mount lenses make sure you have gone through all the information available regarding that specific model of lens.
Sony-E mount lenses are targeted to attract the major consumer market however there are few specified lenses available in the market too. A Sony E-mount lens can be a bit expensive if you move to the prime type of lenses such as 30mm f/3.5 lens. Sone lenses have an incredibly wonderful standard but some might have a decreased field of view however they will cover most of the frame from the center that might lead to an excellent image quality.
Third Party Options:
Sony E-mount lens has caused many manufacturers to join the party such as Sigma and Tamron both have third party options. Sigma manufacturers produce 19mm-30mm lens equipped with f/2.8 aperture. Before going for a third party option make sure you research on the lens under-consideration.
The mount adapters manufactured for Sony E-lenses is also equipped with an electronic connection that controls the aperture. An added surprise for purchasers of Sony E-mount lenses is the pellicle mirror, a pellicle mirror is a thin, transparent mirror that splits the beans and reduces the intensity of light. If you are planning to buy a Sony E-mount lens, then you will also have a range of third party adapters to choose from.
What Sony E-mount lenses lack?
The telephoto zoom is filled with prominent gaps; however, they are not important but they could be a bonus for users.
BEST SONY E-MOUNT LENSES 2017
Last updated on July 18, 2017 11:07 pm
1. Samsang 85mm T1.5 AS IF UMC II
This Sony E-mount lens is yet to be released but so far it is hoped to be perfect for portraits and specifically for people who are looking for a good lens to shoot videos. It is excellent for locations where light travels. This lens can be considered a good option for people who are planning to buy a state of the art lens.
2. Sony E 16mm f/2.8
A good companion for when you want to travel light.
3. Sony E 30mm f/3.5 Macro
This budget oriented lens is equipped with a macro optic making it one of the best choices for entry level photographers. If you are someone who has just moved from phone photography to a professional experience, then this Sony E-mount lens is the best option to go for.
4. Sony E 55-210mm f/4.5-6.3 OSS
This lens is definitely not over the top expensive and it is a perfect option if you are interested in taking telephoto images.
5. Sony E PZ 18-105mm f/4 G OSS
This is a bit cheaper than Zeiss lens and has a greater reach, the power zoom lens is quite impressive and works perfectly if you want to shoot videos.
6. Sony E PZ 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 OSS
It is a very expensive lens but it is worth as it has all the qualities you might be looking for in a lens.
7. Sony Zeiss Sonnar T* E 24mm f/1.8 ZA
This Sony E-mount lens has an incredibly wonderful image quality and comes in 35mm. It has what it takes to be an amazing lens.
8. Sony Zeiss Vario-Tessar T* E 16-70mm f/4 ZA OSS
It is a bit high priced but still a less than Sony E Pz however it has an excellent standard lens.
9. Tamron 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 Di III VC
This version is quite expensive but offers great stabilization of image eventually giving out great image quality keeping the user satisfied.
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10. Ziess Distagon T* 12mm f/2.8 E Touit
This is wonderfully made with all that you may want in your lens such as manual focus and wide angle. This Sony E-mount lens is perfect for you if you want to get your hands on a camera equipped with manual focus.