Sony 16-80 SAL-1680Z

The Sony 16-80 lens can be best described as Sony’s enthusiast grade standard zoom lens. This lens is a DT lens, meaning that it can only be used with a cropped sensor Sony DSLR camera. There is another zoom lens for the full frame camera which I will be...

Sony 70-400 SAL-70400G

The Sony 70-400 lens is a lens that Sony made to compete with Nikon and Canon. The G designation tells you that this Sony 70-400 lens belongs to Sony’s “GOLD” lens standard which is Sony’s elite lens lineup. This lens is both compatible with...

Sony 30mm Macro SAL-30M28

In this post, I will be reviewing the SAL-30M28 which is also known as Sony 30mm f/2.8 Macro lens. If you are just starting out in macro photography, I would highly recommend this lens. It is sharp at any aperture, both on the borders and center, have good chromatic...

Sony 35mm 1.4 SAL-35F14G

The Sony 35mm 1.4 lens is a lens that wins in 3 category. The first one is for being one of the oldest Sony lens. The second one is for being the best built lens. And the third one is… for being the worst in terms of optical quality (with regards to the price)....

Sony 50mm 1.8 SAL-50F18

This will be a review of the excellent Sony 50mm 1.8 lens. Usually, when you see a 50mm lens, you will immediately think that the lens is a full frame lens. However, not the case in this one. For some reason, Sony only make this lens compatible with cropped sensor...

Sony 70-200 SAL-70200G

The Sony SAL-70200G or sometimes called the Sony 70-200mm f/2.8 SSM G lens is one of the lens that belongs in the Sony G or Gold lineup. This is actually a redesigned Minolta lens. Sony only did some cosmetic touch up on this lens. Everything else remains quite the...