Is the Sony 55mm 1.8 worth it?

It’s a very versatile lens, capable of being used for epic landscapes, street, weddings, events and so much more. It’s not a relatively cheap lens, but it’s by no means ultra expensive either, compared to other high quality Sony G and ZEISS lenses and is an investment well worth it.

Is Zeiss 55mm 1.8 weather sealed?

The Sony FE 55mm f/1.8 ZA Lens does and it is a great option when a wide aperture is needed at an extremely popular, “normal” or “standard” focal length. This is a sharp, fast-focusing lens that is very well-built, including weather sealing.

What is Sony Sonnar lens?

The Sony Zeiss Sonnar T* FE 55mm F1. 8 ZA is a standard full-frame prime lens for the Sony E-mount. It was announced by Sony on October 16, 2013. Though designed for Sony’s full frame E-mount cameras, the lens can be used on Sony’s APS-C E-mount camera bodies, with an equivalent full-frame field-of-view of 82.5mm.

Is the Sony FE 85mm 1.8 weather sealed?

8. The Sony 85mm f1. 8 has weather sealing. Although it doesn’t feel like the most solid, sturdy or well built lens that Sony has to offer, it surely can stand up to a downpour.

Is Sony 50mm 1.8 weather sealed?

The device is protected with extra seals to prevent failures caused by dust, raindrops, and water splashes.

Is Sony 35mm 1.8 weather sealed?

We recently reviewed the new Sony 35mm f1. 8 FE, and we quickly fell in love with this lens thanks to its fantastic image quality, gorgeous color reproduction, and excellent overall performance. This lens is also weather-sealed, which is a nice feature seeing as this lens will retail for under $1,000.

Is Sony 50mm 1.8 good for portraits?

The Sony FE 50mm f1. 8 is an affordable standard prime lens for Alpha mirrorless cameras. It delivers standard coverage on full-frame bodies making it an ideal walk-around lens, and becomes a short telephoto on APSC bodies, equivalent to 75mm, making it perfect for portraits.

Is the Sony 50mm f1 8 worth it?

The Sony 50mm f/1.8 feels dinky because it is, but it’s also super light weight and gives great images for a lot less money than other lenses. Its only vices are that it makes funny noises as it autofocuses, and that autofocus is slower than with other lenses. Optically it’s superb, as most 50mm f/1.8 lenses are.