Sony SEL1635GM 16-35mm f/2.8-22 Zoom Camera Lens, Black

June 17, 2018 - Comment

Explore the world in creative new ways with exceptional g Master performance in a 16-35mm F2.8 wide-angle zoom. This lens delivers consistently superb resolution from corner-to-corner, no matter what zoom setting or focus distance at which you shoot. It produces stunning background bokeh that can add depth and artistic impact to your images when required.

Buy Now! $2,198.00Amazon.com Price
(as of 04/19/2020 6:16 am GMT-0500 - Details)

Explore the world in creative new ways with exceptional g Master performance in a 16-35mm F2.8 wide-angle zoom. This lens delivers consistently superb resolution from corner-to-corner, no matter what zoom setting or focus distance at which you shoot. It produces stunning background bokeh that can add depth and artistic impact to your images when required. A compact, lightweight design makes the FE 16-35mm F2.8 GM a great choice for active shooting.

Product Features

  • Designed to achieve 50 Line pairs/mm resolving power
  • Two XA (extreme aspherical) elements w/ high surface precision
  • Constant F2.8 max aperture maintains exposure and Depth of field. Hood Type : Petal shape, bayonet type
  • Uncompromising G Master design for smooth bokeh and high resolution
  • 11-blade circular aperture contributes to gorgeous bokeh. Maximum Magnification ratio (x): 0.19

Comments

Maxwell says:

Fantastic Quality. Lightweight. Impressive aperture. First impressions of this lens are really good.I’ve done some test shots comparing against two other lenses in the focal range.Comparing against the Sony 28mm with 16mm conversion lens and with the Zeiss FE 35mm F2.8 lens (my favorite)Attached are a couple of test shots – nothing too special, I’m not DxOMark – check out their review when they get to it.Pros: – Solid Build – the high quality you’d expect from a GM lens. – Surprisingly light – I have this…

CRP says:

Excellence at a premium price The Sony SEL1635GM is an excellent lens, providing sharpness across the frame and fast autofocus, it is not without its quirks however. The telescopic reverse-zoom takes some getting used to (the camera extends out as you twist its ring clockwise and in doing so the field of view becomes wider; this is the opposite of a typical telephoto lens that initially twists counter-clockwise and extends to zoom in). Again, this is nothing more than a quirk to become accustom to. The only other negative…

Scott Ross says:

I LOVE THIS LENS!!! I purchased this lens for a trip to Europe where I was going to be taking a large number of architectural and landscape shots. This lens was absolutely incredible. I was able to capture so many amazing shots because of how wide I could get and the shots are crystal clear from corner to corner.

Comments are disabled for this post.

Available for Amazon Prime