Sony SEL16F28 16mm f/2.8 Wide-Angle Lens for NEX Series Cameras

August 5, 2015 - Comment

Stylishly designed to match a NEX cameras, the SEL16F28 is an exceptionally portable and versatile lens that’s perfect for both photos and video. This bright lens (16mm focal length, f/2.8 maximum aperture) offers a big, 24mm (35mm equivalent) wide angle and 83° field of view for outstanding low-light performance, and smooth, quiet AF (Auto Focus)

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Stylishly designed to match a NEX cameras, the SEL16F28 is an exceptionally portable and versatile lens that’s perfect for both photos and video. This bright lens (16mm focal length, f/2.8 maximum aperture) offers a big, 24mm (35mm equivalent) wide angle and 83° field of view for outstanding low-light performance, and smooth, quiet AF (Auto Focus) operation.

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Doctor.Generosity says:

Comparison with Sony 10-18mm zoom Sony seems to have a well thought-out product strategy for their NEX series bodies, which are proving to be a big hit. But their lens strategy is scattered. There is not a simple lens roadmap, but a mixture of lenses from different sources, some probably designed inhouse by Sony, some with the Zeiss name (and big price premium for that name), and other lenses which appear to be made for Sony by specialty third parties. This is partly because e-mount is not just for the NEX consumer cameras but…

Michael A. Duvernois says:

Very small, 24mm equivalent lens I have been using this lens with a preproduction loaner NEX-C3. Review on that camera to come soon… 

Mr. Photo Dude "photodude3" says:

Okay but not great Some people complain about this lens because it is not a pro lens. It does a good job for the price, just don’t expect it to be the same as a $1,000 lens. I paired it with a wide angle converter lens to give me two options. On its own, it is relatively short. With the optional converter (about $100) it is rather long. I’ve read some people think it is too big compared to the 20mm, but it really isn’t significantly bigger. 

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