Sigma is one of the few manufacturers who produces AF lenses for Sony E-mount cameras. The 30mm F2.8 DN Art is a compact prime for Sony APS-C cameras. It has been on the market for a while, but is still one of the most popular lenses due to the combination of high image quality and reasonable price.
A list of all available APS-C lenses for Sony E-mount cameras.
When Sony announced the A7III E-mount full frame camera a couple months back, it was quite surprising to see that they basically packed ~95% of the features of the high-end models A7rIII and A9 into this midrange camera.
The first full frame E-mount camera was introduced in 2014 and Sony and Zeiss have been releasing new lenses ever since. Also other manufacturers have started to create lenses for the E-mount system. The lens lineup has reached a pretty good stage, but some obvious gaps still exist. First of all, there is currently only one true telephoto lens (the 100-400mm GM), and secondly, there is no 35mm F2 with autofocus. What? Seriously?!
If you are a Sony E mount user, there isn’t really much choice of telephoto lenses, at least not for APS-C cameras (such as the Sony A6000). The Sony SEL 55-210 is one of the few options in the price range below 500€. The perfect travel zoom? Let’s find out!
The Sony A6000 is a mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera with E-Mount. It can an be purchased with or without the 16-50mm power-zoom kit lens.
To be fair, I review the camera body and lens separately.