Lens mount Sony A 16-50 mm Focal Length F2.8 Aperture Filter thread 72mm Autofocus motor SSM Sensor Format APS-C The Sony 16-50mm F/2.8 shows some fairly prominent barrel distortion at 16mm (a full +1% in the corners), but this reduces gracefully as the lens is zoomed in. There is a point of parity around 30mm where there is neither barrel nor pincushion distortion. At 50mm, we note some very light pincushion distortion in the corners; about -0.1%.
Micro Four Thirds Optical Zoom 10.7x Thread Size 58 mm Weather Resistance Maximum Aperture ƒ/4
The M Zuiko Digital 14-150mm F4-5.6 is Olympus' fourth lens for its Pen arrangement cameras, and the first to wander into the telephoto district. Its 10.7x zoom proportion places it solidly in "superzoom" region, covering an exceptionally valuable 28-300mm equal range, and making it perfect for universally useful "walkaround" or travel use. (Undoubtedly Olympus says that with it on your camera 'you will never miss a photograph opportunity', maybe making one wonder in the matter of why the organization still makes different lenses.)
The new Sony Zeiss 55mm ƒ/1.8 lens, as the name shows, highlights great Zeiss plan with a smooth, dark metal development, a rich smooth center ring, top of the line optical development in addition to a rough, tidy and climate safe form. Fixed/Prime Auto & Manual Full-Frame Digital Sensor Magnification 0.14x Angle of View 42.9°
The Sony Sonnar T* FE 55mm f/1.8 ZA Lens is a prime, normal focal length lens featuring a very fast and bright f/1.8 maximum aperture to support working in low-light and for greater control over focus for shallow depth of field imagery. The sophisticated Sonnar optical design enables high resolution and sharpness with optimized low-light shooting capabilities.