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Pros:Compact, stabilized, fast autofocus, crisp, inexpensive if taken second hand.
Cons:Poor materials, but it is justified by the price, focus ring not so precise and very ' plasticose '.
Opinion:A ' must have ' objective. Particularly sharp compared to the canon and Nikon counterpart but with the advantage of being stabilized. At f2.8 the sharpness is excellent, between F4 and F 6.3 You have the maximum sharpness. Some chromatic aberration at f 1.8 but nothing serious. Surely there are other chromatic aberrations from F8 up, but considering the focal length I don't think you'll ever use it at this aperture. Also great for video. Combined with Sony a6500 the stabilization is superb. Photo and video quality 9.5. Build Quality 6.5. 50 mm are a single focal, or you can not use it for anything, if you want, better a 35 mm paired with a 85, do almost everything, otherwise better match the 50mm a 16mm or a fish eye for landscape and street fotography. Given the price and the quality it pulls out to have in the outfit.
sent on December 21, 2018
Pros:Great for what it costs
Cons:Nothing in particular
Opinion:I hope to buy it as soon as possible, together with the 35 mm F 1.8 OSS should not be missing for owners of Sony to 6000-6300-6500, it must be said though that if it is true that the barrel is aluminum and this makes the lens more robust, all internal parts are made of plastic , that is, the metallic attack does not have the fastening of the four screws on an equally aluminum support, but it is fixed to a plastic element, I say this because maybe one thinks that the lens is made entirely of metal. It goes without saying that the build quality and glass lenses is excellent
Opinion:Although the 50mm on APSC is a "particular" focal length (equivalent to a 75mm) I must admit that it is giving me a lot of satisfaction. The use mainly for portraiture and returns exceptional colors (especially the complexion) with excellent sharpness, even at 1.8. Fulfilling Bokeh with a good deadlift (clearly not comparable to FF systems). Efficient stabilizer and compactness make it a Best buy on Sony ML. Looking forward to see if the new 56 1.4 Sigma can say its, I highly recommend buying it.
Opinion:A lens from portraits outstanding. Sharp on all apertures, light, compact. Stabilization is important above all on non-stabilized body (i.e. 6000, 6300). Very good price. Like all portrait lenses (75mm like this and up), the internal use is clearly feasible but not very easy but belonging this, the lens does not have any kind of problem. Recommended
Pros:Excellent sharpness is also very sharp at almost all openings.
Cons:Nothing to Recrimine
Opinion:A wonderful lens very clear and good value for money. In many situations I always returned great shots and not by chance I leave almost always on my Sony so much to use it for landscape photos, except exceptional cases where it can not anything against the 12mm Samyang. I highly recommend the purchase to those who owns a Sony APS-C system
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