best legacy lens for sony a7

An exceptional lens. I just switched from Nikon (D5200) to Sony A7s (found one new for <900$!) Status: bought by Bastian and used for some time on Nikon DSLRs until 20mm 1.8G hit the shelves. You also can put the 10mm Voigtländer on a real APSC camera. Dan, Please don’t forget to bring your 300mm f2.0 AIS And while it is probably true that some older A-mount Sonys are based on Miinolta designs that isn‘t true for modern E-mount lenses. And ever since the 21mm has been a kind of Holy Grail for me. Very very small and very lightweight, decently priced on the used market. Let’s Talk Legacy Lenses. But since I’m no expert on manual lenses I currently still stick to the more affordable ones. Thank you for the advice. I’m looking for a wide angle lens, less than 20 mm, to photograph landscapes, with the possibility of using slot-in filter system, and less than ~ 600 €. *[For your interest, my existing IR A7 Album on Flickr is here: Update is in the works. An UWA lens almost without real flaws. Across frame sharpness stopped down is definitely usable and a standard 67mm filter thread is very nice to have on a lens this wide, but watch out for flares. Bokeh isn’t too bad either. The build quality of my sample is very nice. How much of difference will the 5.6 stop of 10mm be a hindrance compared to the 4 of 15mm in the verstality of the lenses to take good images Status: Bought and reviewed by Phillip but returned after 30 days. One of the best performing ultra wide angle lenses for astrophotography, low coma and very low vignetting in comparison to the competition (less than 2 EV at 14mm and 2.8). 385g | $650 | photozone.de review | lenstip.com review, buy from ebay | buy from amazon | B&H | Nikon-G adapters (affiliate links). Something in this lens dissolves over time, therefore the performance has to be checked continously. Almost no distortion, fair flare resistance, not so well defined but okay sunstars, very high vignetting even stopped down. Copy&Paste error on the 2.8/16-35 GM? No deal for many images, but a dealbreaker for some. Sony A7 Series Thin Filter Legacy Lens Upgrade - Kolari Vision Without the Kolari mod, the best M-mount 28mm for adapting to the A7 series might be the Hexanon-M 28/2.8. https://www.flickr.com/photos/27297062@N02/albums/72157670965595765 One of the great things Sony thought of a while back is the LCD screen that swings upward, making waist-level viewing possible. All this, of course, with the exception of the inconvenient weight at 820gr and 880gr, classic and Milvus versions respectively. Huge vignetting wide open, rather bad flare resistance, 6 bladed aperture. Top 3 Best Lenses for Sony A7 Reviews 1. A 200% crop at my 4k monitor showed no difference in sharpness. Second widest rectilinear lens there is in a small package. I have brought about half of my Minolta collection with me. An exceptional lens. Made for APS-C (Canon in my case), but fills the frame on my A7R2/MC-11 at 15 and 16mm. To big to be used on E-mount cameras and flare issues like a lens from the 70s (well, actually the Irix is much worse compared to most legacy lenses…). Interesting I have a Canon A1 and recently I also bought an a7ii and I owned few nice FD lenses. Although I have to agree if you are looking for a prime with exactly 18mm it is probably the next best option to the Batis (and Milvus, and old ZF/ZE). Quality writing, industry news and a wide selection of photography topics assure readers the latest and essential on what we all love so much: our gear and photography. Would you do a comparison review of it against f5.6/10? The Sigma 2.8/14-24 replaced my former favorite, the Sony FE 1.4/24 GM. While excitingly sharp in most of the frame, I kept seeing that something was wrong on the right side. Good center performance, never great in the corners, As always with Samyang lenses, make sure you did not get a. Because of field curvature issues a bad idea to use in on Sony cameras (no PCX filter available because of big filter diameter). It should perform even better with the Kolari “thin filter” mod, for better corner performance, plus their new anti reflection coating, making “hot spots” and other infrared flare issues, far less of a problem. Yeah, it would be interesting to hear if any of you swapped the Sony16-35 f4 for the Tamron 17-28. Or does the zoom range deter all of you? 298g | $800 | full Review | aperture series | sample images, buy from ebay | amazon.com | B&H | amazon.de (affiliate links), Status: sample loaned by manufacturer reviewed by Bastian, 595g (EF Version) | $1199 | full Review | aperture seriesÂ, buy from manufacturer’s homepage (affiliate link). And of course some of what was Minolta can still be found in the better cameras produced by Sony since the electronics giant swallowed the camera maker. All the zooms have high distortion at the ends of the zoom range, but some have very little between 20 and 24. The projection is more useful than many non-circular fisheyes, it’s sharp enough and has good contrast. Decent sharpness at f/1.8, much better from f/2.8, High coma, so not a good choice for astrophotography at wider apertures, High vignetting, mediocre flare resistance, Excellent center and good across the frame sharpness from f/2. The Sigma 14-24 is probably as good too, but also not small. I am going to buy one Tokina 17/3.5. With ultrawides (including Fisheyes) an adapter with very exact length is recommended, those are usually a bit more pricey. Bastian, I own the Tokina (rebranded as Vivitar). We have no association with any lens manufacturer apart from occasionally loaning a lens for a review. 830g + adapter | $1500 (used) | full Review | aperture series | sample images, buy from amazon.com | amazon.de | B&H | ebay.com | ebay.de (affiliate links), Status: sample loaned by manufacturer reviewed by Bastian. I think the 4/17 is weaker but still okay at f/11. If you were to include Loxia 21mm in the list, would someone choose it? A very exhaustive and informative coverage of ultra wide angle territory, kudos! Out of these, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are essential for the working of basic functionalities of the website. I love reading your reviews – always so balanced and fair. My questions are – Would you be interested in testing the Sigma 14-24 2.8 DN with the Haida rear ND filter set ? Yes, there are many other reviews available, but always good to be able to compare across the same standard. Don’t lay your hands on the older AF-D version, it is not even nearly as good! I am also trying to find the LR correction for it but unfortunately, the Bastian’s link above is not working on Dropbox anymore :(. For its compact size my favorite is the Voigtlander 15mm 4.5 SWH E. It still finds it’s way into my bag regularly, and during long hikes in the mountains it often is the only lens I carry. Is there a workaround? and i seen some wide angle lens called irix 15 2.8 that claim to be awesome as well what are your thoughts on that. Thank you guys so much for this great write up. The Sigma was on par with the Sony at shared apertures and pulled even off a bit in the extreme corners stopped down. When focusing at the center of the frame you need f/11 to f/16 for best across frame sharpness and the corners are still merely okay. At f/5.6 most of the frame is pretty sharp, only the extreme corners are never as sharp as the center. I have been using the Voigtlander 10mm 5.6 and reviewed the Laowa 10-18mm 4.5-5.6, but both lenses had one flaw too much and I wasn’t really happy with them. I can supply Screenshots if needed. UWA lenses developed very fast during the last decades. https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=Krxz4BR3Mg4. best regards I wanted to download your LR profile, but the link is dead? You have to use f/8 for best sharpness across most of the frame, the extreme corners still gain a little contrast at f/11, Almost no distortion, quite good flare resistance, beautiful 10-stroke sunstars, heavy vignetting, No significant sample variation reported (In contrast to the 4.5/15), Much better performance on Sony E-Mount cameras than the M-Mount version II, Not as fast as the 15mm, not as wide as the 10mm and maybe therefore it has already been discontinued. what is your opinion about this lens? With the Metabones adapter the problem with the right side of the frame disappeared. All in all a capable landscape lens with some limitations for a decent price. Contrast is always quite high. The lens hood was also very soft and wobbly. Better than has been my experience with other digital camera on which I’ve tried it. One of two Kipon adapters that I tried could be rated as second to the Metabones. I’m new to this website, that I must admit I didn’t know: so, please, accept my compliments for your excellent in-depth reviews. Salar, Hi Thomas, 570g (E-mount version) | $300 | Review | sample images, buy from ebay | buy from amazon | B&H (affiliate links), buy from amazon.com | amazon.de | B&H | ebay.com (affiliate links), Status: bought by Bastian to replace Samyang 14mm 2.8, sold because not fun to use on A7 cameras because of size and weight, 1000g + adapter | ~$1300 (used) | photozone.de review | sample images, buy from ebay.com | amazon.com | B&H | Nikon-G adapters (affiliate links). As one terribly anal and miserly photog, I would love to spend some serious money on a superwide but can’t choose from this dizzying selection of glass. I think some people expect magic; but it’s optically excellent (I get the impression that for some pairs of copies it’s a bit better, and for some a bit worse, than the superb Sigma) but is easy to use and travel with. Although I have no need for autofocus, the candidates at the moment are 16-35 f4 or 18 2.8 batis. Linear coupling? Good from f/1.8, great across the whole frame stopped down to f/5.6, GM-like build (declickable aperture ring, focus hold button, AF/MF switch). Based on your comment I bought the Tokina 17/3.5 and it is on the way to me! Sigma 2.8/14-24 DG DN is exceptionally good ultra-wide zoom. But it looks like a reader may provide a review sample this month. Canon EF-S 10-18/4.5-5.6, usable 14-18mm with an apparently easy modification to the back of the lens so it fits into an MC-11. Super wide angle territory is, as we know, problematic for digital sensors. Now I have more money and I make fewer compromises. Status: Bought and sold by Bastian, replaced with Laowa 15mm 2.0, bought and sold by Jannik, David had a good copy which he sold when switching to Sony, and tried to get another one but gave up after three tries. Dear Karsten, Keep the field curvature in mind and focus carefully. Looking forward to your review of the Sigma 14-24/2.8…. Coma correction wide open is also very good which makes this a great lens for astrophotography. Hi Bastian, User-Guide to wide-angle lenses for Sony a7 a7ii a7rii, Backpack Review: Mindshift Gear Rotation 180° Horizon, Affordable manual lenses for the Sony Alpha 7,7r,7ii,7rii and 7s, Sony FE lenses: The honest Guide for the A7/A7II/A7III A7rII/A7rIII/A7rIV A7c A9, Guide to Ultra Wideangle lenses for the Sony A7 Series V1.3, Guide to the best 50mm Lenses for full frame Sony E-mount cameras: a7III/a7II/a7rIV/a7RIII/a9/A9II, http://phillipreeve.net/blog/review-voigtlander-ultron-28mm-2-0/, https://www.flickr.com/photos/27297062@N02/albums/72157670965595765, http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/1376190, http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/1453834/0, Beginners Guide to using Manual Lenses on the Sony a7 - phillipreeve.net, Tokina Firin 20mm F2 FE Review: A good deal? Both are very very sharp lenses. Even if there's some overlap with other lists. Hey guys, Better options … only primes? The indications I give, by the way, refer to the Japanese language menu, which is the only one in Sony cameras before the “international models” are sold domestically. The Tokina has some problems with flare the Contax might not encounter due to the T* coating. Sony now has three new cameras coming soon! A very sharp lens for a very attractive price. But you can do so politely or not at all on this blog. This little lens is entirely in proportion with the A7R body. if you are interested, I leave the link of the video, (it is in Spanish). Nevertheless there are a few lenses that simply stick, so we decided to let each of us pick one of the aforementioned lenses and tell you why we like it and/or keep using it. Great allround UWA lens for astrophotography, architecture and dramatic close up shots. Well under $200 are the 50/1.4 ML and 55/2.8 macro ML (ML indicates multicoating). First leaked image of the new Laowa Argus 35mm f/0.95 FE lens! Nikon AF-S 300mm f/4D – This lens sells for $1350 from Nikon or avg $550 in eBay, I used mostly for wildlife. A higher resolution digital back in full-frame package is simply asking for the Zeiss lenses made for the Contax G. And the Planar 45mm F2 proved again that is one of the best lenses that have ever been made. Status: Used a lot by Phillip then sold to fund the FE 4/16-35. With the 2/15 on the A7s compared to the 2.8/11-16 on the D5200 you will gain several stops. Not by a long shot– FD lenses are a great value, but there are several other legacy and modern lenses you have access to with the a7S II’s versatile lens mount such as Nikon, M42, and even Canon EF. Let’s see when we can have the opportunity to see your review of it. Absolutely brilliant throughout most of the frame, this can of course be remedied by post-processing and, as far as I could notice, it does not cause smearing. Yes, aperture and speed can immediately be set independently of each other with dials that remember the place you gave them when they brush against your clothes, and ISO can easily be adjusted with a button of your choice. Hi, thank you for a great job! Almost no distortion, ok to good flare resistance, ok vignetting, great minimum focus distance. I decided to unpublish two of your more agressive posts. Peak performance is around f/8.0 for all focal lenghts, vignetting is quite good from f/5.6 onwards (less than 1 EV). I’d like to get an ultrawide but I’d also want to be able to stay with NISI 100mm filters. Any of the M42 lenses. Nevertheless, they are pretty usable if you give the files some love in postprocessing (removal of CA’s and sharpening). The Sony FE 24-70mm F2.8 GM Zoom Lens is the ultimate choice for those seeking the highest possible optical performance for portrait, travel and event photography or even simple everyday shooting. Bastian, I saw the other article later. and the Sony 16-35mm GM? I will send you my contact data via your E-mail. The contrast improves when stopping down to f/4.0. If I was to get the m mount version I could use it with a close-focus adapter (there are many cheaper third party adapters now). Minolta MD 35/1.8: Veiling flare wide-open, resolution is there in the center. Thank you BastianK for your reply Also has moustache distortion and I don’t know how well the flare resistance will work indoors with strong light sources. Zeiss Loxia 35mm f/2 Biogon T* The Zeiss Loxia 35mm f/2 feels nothing like the Sony 35mm f/2.8. When it comes to zoom lenses this is what I suggest: Sony FE 12-24mm f/4 G (Amazon, B&H)Sony FE 16-35mm f/2.8 GM (Amazon, B&H)Sony FE 24-70mm f/2.8 GM (Amazon, B&H)Sony FE 70-200mm f/2.8 GM OSS (Amazon, B&H)Sony has the entire range covered, and the zooms and AF combine perfectly with the a7/a7 series of cameras. I just finished my summer-long search for the best UW for me.. Haven’t tried it, have no opinion, sorry! Among the 3 lenses, 60mm was the best in macro, with almost no coma. Great website by the way! Vignetting at 12 mm is strong and doesn’t go away. Thank you for your help The lovely Voigtländer Heliar 15mm F4.5, which has performed exceptionally well on the cropped Fujifilm X sensors, shows very much of the notorious magenta shading on the A7R. I have not yet had the time to compare the Minolta 35mm F2 with the Sonnar 35mm F2.8 made for the A7R, but like the other F2 Minoltas it is among the sharpest that were produced. I inspected, therefore, my old lens, and found that the rear element unscrewed itself a bit: not to extent to hear the elements rattling, but I could make perhaps 1/4 of the turn with my bare fingers without applying any force to tighten it. Sony SELF28F20 FE 28mm f/2-22 Standard-Prime Lens. If you don’t really “need” anything wider than 24mm (which is probably most people), dealing with a big honking SLR lens once in a while isn’t so bad. Status: bought by Bastian, still in use; Used by David since sold. Wondering whether this could be due to the adapter, I tested five different adapters with the Biogon against a lace curtain illuminated by sunlight. My biggest concern with this lens is the questionable build quality and the quality assurance problems. Can be combined with the, First reports attest it exceptional quality across the zoom range, Flare resistance seems to have been improved over the Sony FE 12-24mm 4.0 G, 12mm, a maximum aperture of f/2.8 and good coma correction makes it a great choice for astrophotography, too, It seems to be hard to find a flaw with this lens, except for its price and that it needs 150mm square filters. No visible field curvature. Could you please add the Tamron 17-28 here? I tried the following lenses and some of them amazed me: Sony’s G Master lenses promise a particularly high level of detail and outstanding bokeh. Only the 20mm F2.8 disappointed me so far — not sharp enough in the corners. Doing so dramatically improved performance (both copies became comparable). Especially the modern fast ultra wide angle lenses (Sigma 1.8/14, Laowa 2/15, Samyang 2.4/14 XP) and also some of the modern zoom lenses (Sony 12-24mm 2.8, Sigma 14-24mm 2.8, Tamron 7-28mm 2.8) are making it easy – even for beginners – to take such shots. There was no one else besides me when I picked up a Sony A7R one hour after the giant Yodobashi Camera store in Akihabara had opened its doors. It should be released in september as far as I know. Above average size with very good build quality. But you will have to deal with strong flare, lower contrast, no EXIF and a little lower sharpness. Gear Forum: (From page 2 is with the A7) http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/1376190 What are Legacy Lenses? This is the only ultra wide that David currently uses, though he says he may get something wider soon. Hi, for the tokina lens that shown in your affiliate link, does that include the e mount or i have to buy it separately? Macro – I have 3 Nikon macro lenses with aperture ring (55mm f/2.8 AIS, AF 60mm f/2.8D and AF 105mm f/2.8D). Thanks guys, for the enthusiastic, dedicated articles you write. Pentax. Same optical design, but apparently a somewhat better copy. Corners are ok, coma correction is pretty decent. No wonder, then, that a deep sigh of relief went up among Internet commentators with the revelation that this new camera showed that Sony had recognized the earlier folly of its ways. After picking up my first lens from KEH, I was hooked. Owned and in correct use by David, 330g | $1500 | full Review | aperture series | sample images, Status: our review sample was severely decentered but reliable information is available, buy from amazon.com | amazon.de | B&H | ebay.com (affiliate links). These lenses, famous for their color and sometimes sharpness, are the half-hidden treasure trove for those who lament the scarcity of Sony glass. Some early users say the best zoom you can get for astro and landscape application and on par with best e-mount primes. (that option is shooting my A7ii body in APSC mode which crops the photo automatically to roughly 10MP area centrally). He lived in Turkey, India and SouthEast Asia before arriving in Japan two years later. Haida has announced a so far unique round filter system for this Sigma zoom. have you tried it? But, while the system with which the quick acting photographer had to determine exposure, f-stop, and sensitivity was a big mess with the NEX-7, it is — to get the negatives out of the way first — still a little bit of a mess with this new miracle of engineering. The point is, they appear to be quite sensitive to that. Great list guys! Batis 18mm 2.8 has pretty complex moustache distortion, not sure auto correction will always do a good enough job here. My priorities have certainly changed in recent years. Very good price/performance ratio. Free shipping for many products! Front group is often a bit wobbly. The best 50mm legacy lens for Sony A7 I like the Yashica 50s in C/Y mount, and they are either cheap or ridiculously cheap: my 50/2 ML was $15 from KEH! A long-time photographer like me can develop an immediate affinity for what Sony has come up with this time. 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