First Look at Sony FE 35 F1.4 ZA, FE 28 F2, FE 90 F2.8 G Macro and FE 24-240mm lenses

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24 thoughts on “First Look at Sony FE 35 F1.4 ZA, FE 28 F2, FE 90 F2.8 G Macro and FE 24-240mm lenses”

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  2. Hey Brian, do you have any idea on the widest f-stops for the 24-240 at different zoom lengths? (in other words when does it drop off from 3.5, 5.6, etc.)

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  4. Do you know what the filter size on the 90 macro is? It’s 52mm on the canon 100 & 60mm macros. I’ve got an underwater port for my Nauticam rig that uses a Metabones adapter with the 60EF-s. It has a 52mm centering ring and might fit into my port with an extension since the Metabones will no longer be needed. Looks to be possibly the same filter size of the Canon. Did you happen to notice what it was on the 90?

  5. Thanks for the write up Brian! Any idea on how fast the 90mm would focus in normal use? Ie would it be usable for family portraits etc or perhaps the focus would be too slow and better used as a macro only?

  6. I hope these lenses get some reviews soon particularly the 28mm and the macro lenses. 28mm is in my quick purchase list since it is quite inexpensive. If optically, it’s not worse than the Zeiss 35mm f2.8, it is a better lens for me: shorter focal length and one stop wider aperture. Let’s hope it’s a performer.

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