Sony DT 50mm Lens Review
Introduction: Sony DT 50mm Lens is a prime lens which comes with an APC-C image sensor facility. It gives the equal view as a 75mm lens on a 35 mm camera. The focal length of the lens is 50 mm and the aperture is 1.8mm.
It has 34cm of minimum focusing distance and with 0.2x maximum magnification. The lens weighs around 170gm. It is appropriate for the photography where focusing is extremely prioritized.
Performance: This lens features medium to long focus range and it creates almost an accurate focus. The tiny slop on the focus ring does not affect AF action. The focus ring can turn into autofocus mode but the filter ring cannot do that.
When it comes to aperture quality it is remarkable even with the low light facility. The zooming works very fast and can focus quickly. The performance of its optical quality is quite great. When we talk about the performance of bokeh, it is quite impressive.
Compatibility: This lens is compatible with Sony Alpha cameras. It is suitable for portrait and it comes with an A-mount lens. This lens is not appropriate for DSLR-A900.
Additional features: Sony does not offer any hood for the lens. And you may not get a hood for it in the market unless you buy a filter mount lens.
Sony DT 50mm Lens Pros and Cons
- The aperture is quite excellent and it works in low light.
- The focusing and zooming of the lens work very fast.
- It is very light in weight.
- The lens does not come with any hood.
- The internal focusing is not up to the mark.
- Filter ring does not rotate.
Sony DT 50mm Lens Verdict
This impressive looking lens is extremely versatile with its excellent quality of autofocus range and aperture performance. It works great even in the low light. It does not provide a hood for the lens but performance wise it is a piece of uniqueness when it comes to photography.