ソニー SONY ズームレンズ FE PZ 28-135mm F4 G OSS Eマウント35mmフルサイズ対応 SELP28135G
ソニー SONY ズームレンズ E PZ 18-110mm F4 G OSS EマウントAPS-C専用 SELP18110G
ソニー SONY ズームレンズ FE 24-70mm F2.8 GM Eマウント35mmフルサイズ対応 SEL2470GM
SONY E PZ 18-105mm F4 G OSS※Eマウント用レンズ(APS-Cサイズ用) SELP18105G
ソニー SONY ズームレンズ FE 24-105mm F4 G OSS Eマウント35mmフルサイズ対応 SEL24105G
ソニー SONY ズームレンズ FE 70-200mm F4 G OSS Eマウント35mmフルサイズ対応 SEL70200G
|価格||￥ 258,552||￥ 352,370||￥ 224,800||￥ 54,079||￥ 160,375||￥ 139,700|
|重量||1.22 kg||1.11 kg||0.89 kg||427 g||0.66 kg||0.84 kg|
|F値 (広角側)||f/4||f/4||f/2.8||4 mm||f/4||f/4|
|焦点距離 (望遠側)||135 mm||110 mm||70 mm||105 mm||157.5 mm||200 mm|
|焦点距離 (広角側)||28 mm||18 mm||24 mm||18 mm||24 mm||70 mm|
AF works really well with this lens, much better than any other FE lens I've used (which are made with photographic purposes in mind)
Manual focus ring is accurate and feels fully manual rather than fly-by-wire
Optical Steadyshot is AWESOME on this thing and creates usable handheld shots - even at 135mm
Great range on a full frame to meet most of your needs (especially with the option to go Super35 on the A7SII)
Servo zoom allows more control over smooth zooming and it's parfocal (duh!)
There is no marking for your focal length on the lens and the only way to know is by looking at the viewfinder which tells you the focal length ONLY while you're zooming. Once you stop zooming, the focal length indicator disappears. This is my biggest complaint about the lens.
There are also complaints about the tripod collar breaking or the mount attachment snapping off, and neither of those has yet to happen. I've been leaving the lens on my camera, but with the lens collar ON and 100% time resting on the collar and never having the bulk of the weight on the camera.
I'll let you know if anything breaks...
I haven't had extensive time with this lens, but enough hands-on to give you a run through to see if it's worth looking at for your needs. So here's the rundown:
-One of the first real cine/video-centric power zoom lenses to break into the "lower" price arena.
-Optical quality is very good
-Not super fast, but constant f/4
-Range is excellent for full frame, so/so for aps-c/super35
-Build quality is excellent
-Parfocal/hard stops/longer focus throw
-Focusing/zooming/aperture actions are overall very good with a few exceptions
-Optical stabilizer does a good job
-No focal length markings
-95mm front threads, save up for filters!
-Oddly, no front cap included (under $10 on amazon)
Affordable Cine zoom lens
So about that price, just shy of $3k, i've seen more than a few folks balking at it, throwing comparisons to other photo lenses like the much cheaper canon 24-105. Any such comparisons are just silly, and made primarily by people who are unfamiliar with cine zoom lenses. Cine zoom lenses have certain attributes that photo lenses do not, and are far more expensive to make. Any cine zoom for s35 that costs less than $10k is considered inexpensive. Not only does this sony come in at well under that, but it also covers full frame.
Good, to say the least. I must again note that i have not had as much time as i would have liked with the lens, but in my brief scrutinizing, i liked the image, it's sharp with a pleasing contrast. I've used the 24-105 canon for years, and i would have no qualms mixing the two. Wide open looks very good, and i did not notice any vignetting or significant Chromatic aberrations
While f/4 isn't exactly superspeed, it's sufficient for a lot of situations, at full frame you will still get lots of background blur/separation, and the latest cameras have plenty of clean high iso headroom to make up for that extra stop or so of light if needed. My main camera/lens is the C100 with 24-105 f/4, and i do just fine in lower light event/runaround situations at iso 3200-6400.
Great for full frame, not as great for APS-c/s35. This is the main aspect keeping me from owning this lens, i primarily shoot s35, not full frame. The 24-105 has been great for that, but it's right on the edge of usable wide. This sony at only 28mm on the wide end, just might not cut it for many shooter's on cropped sensor cameras. It translates to around 45mm full frame on 1.6 crop, definitely a 'normal' range, not wide. This will come down to your particular needs, many people will be fine keeping a separate wide lens in their bag while having this capture the meat of it.
It has a nice heft to it, and definitely isn't a lightweight rig type of lens, but it feels very well built, the switches and rings feel tight and grippy.
It's parfocal, meaning it will hold its focus when zoomed in/out, something that most photo lenses cannot claim. It also has hard stops, unlike many autofocus photo lenses in which their rings will just keep turning and turning. It also has a longer focus throw, meaning there is more distance from close focus, to infinity, this is great for video focus pulling, because you can make finer adjustments and have greater control. Focusing feels smooth and tight, and is mechanical, not fly-by-wire.
Another reason for the price, it's all internal zoom, meaning the lens does not extend when zoomed.
That power zoom is also a very big deal, it's all internal and achieves a smooth ENG style zoom, which is to say, a very big treat after doing the clunky hand-powerd photo lens zoom. The onboard rocker does a decent job for what it is, but any on camera or off camera big rocker will do even better.
Works very nice. On many photo lenses, the stabilizer is tuned to tr and 'lock' onto the shot, which isn't great for video in many circumstances. The sony's stabilizer does a good job of 'floating'.
Oddly, no lens cap comes with it, but you can solve that with less than $10. Also, the filter thread size is 95mm, which translates into higher filter costs, but that shouldn't be the end of the world if you can afford this lens(and a matte box might be better suited). Lastly, there are no markings for focal length. You do get readings on camera, but it's nice to have markings on the lens itself. This is likely due to the zoom being fly-by-wire servo controlled. Speaking of which, it should be noted that you cannot crash zoom, because there is no manual mechanical zoom, it's all servos.