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Pros:Light, Sharp. Hood and semi-rigid enclosure in outfit and it's not cheap. Great Colors
Cons:Smooth Ring, lack of stabilization. AF sometimes slow, but improved after the last firmware update of the a6000
Opinion:Mounted on a6000 has proven to be a great lens. The smooth ring is very uncomfortable. The stabilization Manacanza was for me really a big problem. Overall a great lens, light, nice to carry around. The supplied housing is very useful to preserve the objective and avoid the blows. Also Good the lens hood
Pros:Light, economical, bright. Good optical quality. Hood and semi-rigid bag in outfit. What more do you want?
Cons:The smooth barrel will be nice to see, but to handle the lens is really very uncomfortable: slips from the hand. It doesn't have the focus scale.
Opinion:The Sigma DN's have a good reputation, in my opinion fully deserved. I use it on an Olympus OM-D and-M-10 II and on a Panasonic GF-5, both Micro 4/3, which is equivalent to a 120 mm used on full-frame. It is a focal length that I like very much, suitable for both the portrait with the foreground of the face and attention to the focus on the eyes of the subject, that to a certain type of landscape (for example farmhouse on a hill, mountain pastures). After years of zooming, also complicit with the offer of Sigma, I rediscovered the pleasure of fixed focal lengths: The result pays off, especially on the small Olympus that has the stabilization on the sensor. It is however a perspective that, in my opinion, requires a certain commitment to use: If you want, often gives you the pleasure of discovery. I put it often in the camera bag, next to a zoom 14-150: I do not weigh at all, also due to the system micro 4/3
Pros:Sharpness, lightweight and compact, good quality construction.
Cons:Only f2.8, no stabilization.
Opinion:Bought for the a6000, I needed a portrait with autofocus (to photograph the kids) and wanted a 85-90mm equivalent focal length, so I discarded the sony 50mm. I waited a few months before trying to write something about this goal, and even now I do it with some "shame," because I just think it's necessary to learn how to use these goals before getting an idea. RnI start from the end: when you hit the picture with Sigma 60, the latter is really beautiful, crystal clear in sharpness. However, it's not so easy to always get the picture, and I happen to miss much more than it does with shorter goals. Obviously, it will be said to me, well, now I understand it too. This is especially true in the closed; you need to use 1/100 or shorter times, otherwise it's easy to have micromasses (at least with my hands), and in combination with the maximum aperture of 2.8 you can easily reach 3200 ISO. THE'%3Bautofocus is fast but not fast, and in AF-C uses only the center of the frame, so the goal is not very suitable to follow the children's games. The blur is pleasing, in some cases with a slight swirl effect; if you pay attention to the subject / background distance, you can get very pleasant effects. The colors are beautiful, with a slight tendency (my impression) to the cool tones. The surgical sharpness of the lens means that in portraits, especially women, it is necessary to work in PP to slightly soften the face skin. Thus, with a relatively small expense, a compact and light canvas is bought, very suitable for philosophy of the a6000 and of the mirrorless in general, capable of obtaining high quality shots; in combination with the a6500, equipped with room stabilization, I guess its use is even more profitable.
Pros:Lightweight, good construction, beautiful colors, very clear, very focal length.
Cons:AF not fast (but absolutely forgivable to a lens at this price).
Opinion:I'm reviewing the Micro 4/3 version. Aim for the exceptional value for money, much better in my opinion than the 19mm ART brothers (which I also reviewed). Like this, it includes hood, it's a good and futuristic construction, and pleasing to the touch. Compared to this, it seems clearer, AF is similarly quicker but more reliable: it rarely completely blames the desired focal point. For reliability and accuracy (not unfortunately, for speed) it is comparable to me for the excellent M. Zuiko 45mm f1.8. The optical quality is remarkable, nothing relevant to criticize. I use the LF 60mm (which becomes 120mm on a full frame), it takes detailed scenes but without the perspective too compressed, as I think it seems 75mm with M. Zuiko , Even 5 times more expensive. In my opinion the lens is a great companion for the lightweight and versatile 19mm ART traveling. Like this, it has an internal floating element, so you do not have to worry when it sNoticed by the machine, it shows noises as something moving inside.
Cons:Ring MF smooth for me uncomfortable; lens not really that great
Opinion:Goal that is unrivaled for quality / price ratio, I made a comparison between this and the Zuiko 75mm 1.8 and ... well, you could not see big differences to the same openings, something that left me stunned. Obviously it is not made out of metal, and does not have great finishes, but as for glasses, is exceptional: crystal clear, even at room temperature, gives good images, absolutely great for a lens that costs less than 200 Euros. Absolutely recommended.
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