Verdict: 5 stars ★★★★★ Who wants to return to the bad old days of fixed focal length lenses, manual focus and manual exposure? After trying the Laowa 9mm f/2.8 Zero-D, we do! It’s small, light, nice to use and produces terrific image quality. It’s even affordable! After using it more and seeing what it can […]
Sony E mount
Sony's mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras use Sony's own E mount, which is different to the company's old 'Alpha' A mount (even though Sony still uses the Alpha brand for its mirrorless cameras – confusing, huh?). Like other camera makers, Sony produces cameras in two sizes – APS-C mirrorless cameras and full frame mirrorless cameras. The APS-S cameras use the Sony E mount, while the full frame cameras use the FE mount.
You can use full frame FE lenses on the smaller APS-C cameras (remember there will be a 1.5x crop factor), but while you can fit the smaller E mount lenses to a full frame Sony, they won't cover the full sensor area so they image will be cropped.
Venus Optics broadens its lens range with a new super-wide prime for Fujifilm, Sony and Canon cameras.
Looks great, doesn’t it? A compact, portable, standard zoom for the Sony A6000 series. What could possibly go wrong?