While Sony has been the undisputed leader in terms of the number of professional-grade mirrorless system lenses for many years, they are at least facing competition regarding the quality of individual lenses. Some of their 1st generation pro glass has been getting a bit long in the tooth. And one of these lenses was the Sony FE 24-70mm f/2.8 GM – not a bad lens by any standard but it has its weak spots.
Sony’s brings you the world’s lightest full frame F4 wide-angle power-zoom lens. A new power zoom system in a compact lens is suitable for small crews or solo shooting. Watch the video to see what it can do.
The FE 24-70mm F2.8 GM II is an updated “holy trinity” standard zoom, packing evolved optics and AF performance into a convenient, compact, lightweight zoom design that offers maximum mobility for both stills and movies. It is an ideal match for high-performance compact α system bodies, and will cover a wide range of shooting situations.
This detailed hands-on review of the full frame Sony 24-70mm F2.8 G-Master II lens features lots of images and video to illustrate. “Is this the best lens of all time?”
The Canon RF-S 18-45mm F4.5-6.3 IS STM Lens is all about providing the most-used general-purpose focal length range in a diminutive, ultralight, low-cost package.