The Sony E-Mount Lens Database
Explore every native lens for Sony E-Mount cameras.
The Complete Sony Lens Adapter Guide
Adapt a century of lenses to your Sony camera.
Meiki has announced three new e-mount manual focus lenses for APS-C: the photo-style 50mm F1.7, 25mm F2 and the cine-style 25mm T2.2. Voightlander has also announced that the 35mm F1.4 Nokton Classic will ship February 15. These have been added to the E-mount Lens Database. Details will be added as they become available.
I’m pleased to announce the public availability of the E-mount Lens Database; a comprehensive, filterable listing of every “native” E-mount lens (E, FE, NEX, etc..). With over 200 photo and cinema lenses now available, the e-mount is finally starting to blossom. Keeping those options straight is no longer practical with simple lists. What qualifies as…
Don’t waste your money on unnecessarily expensive cards. This is just about all you need to know about SD cards for current-model Sony Alpha cameras (minus the a9, which is a different beast).
Mic Shootout – Audio-Technica AT4053b vs Sennheiser K6 / ME64, ME65, ME66 vs MKH-416 vs LyxPro SDPC-2 (and a cameo by AT2005-USB)
Before we get back to camera stuff, we’ve got a few more mics to look at for interior dialog. Can our $50 LyxPro hold its own against the heavy hitters?
In this video we look at 3 cheap mics with slightly different cardioid patterns for potential use for vlogging or independent film productions.