The Sony Carl Zeiss Sonnar T* E 24mm f/1.8 is a wide-angle lens for APS-C, manufactured from 2011. The focus is done by Lens AF motor (non-ultrasonic), it does not have image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 1074 €;
18 users have given it an average vote of 9.4 out of 10.
This lens is available with the following mounts:
Sony E: this lens is compatible with mirrorless APS-C Sony.
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Opinion:Used really very little and on very few occasions (clearly I can't afford to have one of my own). However, I was able to appreciate it anyway. We are ahead of the best 35mm lens (equivalent focal) ever built for APS-C. Amazing how it's possible to have everything perfectly sharp while shooting at f2.8, and at the same time have a perfect bokeh - perhaps too perfect for me that I prefer the blurry vintage lenses - at full aperture. I put the price against it just because you have to put a con, but it's justified. This lens is aimed at professionals who really need a perfect yield all over the frame and who have no problem spending 800€ for a 24mm worthy of the blue logo.
Opinion:His Majesty Sony-Zeiss 24mm f1.8rnIl best lens for APS-C mirrorless Sony. The sharpness in the center as the corners is impressive. The contrast and saturation are as you would expect from a Zeiss lens with blue label. The excellent build quality and simple and elegant design (when I spend several hundred euro I demand that the lens is good, too). More favors impeccably the fast autofocus of the A6300 and A6500.
Pros:Zeiss quality, as is traditional. Brightness & lightness.
Cons:One drawback: the cost. Given its compact mirrorless optical (Zeiss 24 inclusive), you always have the feeling of spending too much buying them. Why vieen missing the relationship with weight. But it's just a psychological issue. And then the quality Zeiss pays ...
Opinion:That 's what I was looking for: a fixed high quality. I really like the focal, 35 equivalent, which makes it particularly suitable for the street. Even for the low weight and the trend invisibility. Bright and quality, even at maximum aperture: so unfocused and excellent opportunity to shoot at night freehand. For all these things I took it and, from the first tests, I is not at all disappointing.
sent on June 25, 2014
Pros:Outstanding optical quality even at full aperture - very solid construction - Light weight and portability - Great blur - focus ring fantastic (as usual Zeiss) - Autofocus very fast (the hybrid system is compatible with sony) - Minimum focus distance low - Lens hood and pouch supplied high quality
Cons:Price (although alternatives other trademarks, mirrorless environment, approach)
Opinion:B was made for the FE 55 1.8). Given the quality optics, wide open, 0.4 brightness feels a little less. It 's possible to use it with 1.8 without problemi.rnrnAlta the budget ... comes with caps, hood mixed metal / plastic scratch-resistant padded bag in box ecopelle.rnNella comes the classic Zeiss inspection certificate, signed by the operator , which attests to the exemplary operation and quality ottica.rnrnIn the conclusion straconsiglio to anyone looking for the generic optical / street quality to match with a Sony mirrorless aps-c if you do not have problems for the high price (many will opt to half the price for the 35 1.8 OSS and a quarter for the 30 2.8 Sigma)
Photos taken with Sony Carl Zeiss Sonnar T* E 24mm f/1.8
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