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Sony SEL35F18 E 35mm f/1.8 OSS Fixed Lens for NEX series E Mount

by Sony
17 customer reviews
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Price: £360.17 FREE UK delivery.
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  • Versatile 35mm fixed focal length lens with bright F1.8 aperture and Optical SteadyShot. An ideal second lens.
  • Standard prime lens
  • APS-C, E-mount
  • SteadyShot image stabilisation
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  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 cm ; 154 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 240 g
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  • Item model number: SEL35F18
  • ASIN: B009AU9BZQ
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 14 Sept. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Fine tune your focus - if AF (Auto Focus) can’t lock on or focuses on the wrong subject, step in and take total control with DMF (Direct Manual Focus)

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By R. COLGAN on 4 Nov. 2013
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I just received my 35mm f1.8 lens a couple of days ago. I bought it due to the equivalent (full frame) focal length of 52.5mm - 50mm being one of the staple lenses of many great photographers. I also felt that for the type of photography I was interested in, I was going to need a fast prime. The 16-50mm power zoom lens that came equipped with my NEX6 was ok, but just not fast enough in low light, and I felt like I was relying on the camera to find a shot for me, rather than position myself for decent composition. Hopefully this lens will encourage me to be more creative!

Compared to the SEL1650, the SEL35F18 straight away feels only slightly heavier, but a gentle jiggle gives the impression that the 35mm construction is more solid. It's also about a 3rd taller than the 16-50; it's not so much that I need to buy another bag, thankfully.

The focus ring is very smooth, solid, and nice and cool thanks to the aluminum outer casing. Manual focus is what I will use 98% of the time, so I'll leave it to others to comment on autofocus performance. The manual focus though is exactly what I expected, and I had high expectations.

The image quality from what I've seen so far under indoor low light conditions are outstanding. Really nice subject isolation and bokeh. Lens distortion seems minimal- according to the lens distortion correction profile, only slightly needing to pull out the corners a little. Vignetting is quite mild too. With both of these my only other experience is with the 16-50mm PZ, but I will say both corrections are far less extreme with the 35mm.

Initially I struggled to choose between the 50mm (75mm equiv) and 35mm (52.5mm equiv), as the former had many excellent reviews and ratings and was also much, much cheaper than the latter.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Watt on 18 July 2014
Having bought the a nex 6 some 12 months back I have been a very happy photo enthusiast. It was my first step into the world of interchangeable lenses and bigger sensors that take great photos.

The stock lense is a good start and basically is a cover all bases with both wise angle and zoom, but practically speaking it compromises too much of what the nex can offer.

I was throwing coins as to whether I took one of the more pancake lenses f2.8 or go the whole distance for the 1.8 options.
For the added cost and the massively impressive photos I am not disappointed in my decision.

The 50mm equivalent focal length is great for the portrait style of photography I am normally doing (while I can't speak from experience I think the 35mm equivalent f1.8 would be too wide for the composition I am now used to taking), and the fast 1.8 aperture means you get the shots you want with out compromising on poor lighting conditions.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By HSM on 22 Jun. 2015
Bought this for my a6000 after debating between this and the sigma 30mm F2.8. I chose this because the kit lens was far too slow in low light and the 1.8 would give me better control. Im pretty happy with my purchase, not over the moon - justify the price? £50 less would be priced about right. Autofocus is outrageously quick. Good colours. I now shoot everything in 3 shot brackets (+-2EV) this just gives me better dynamic range as i think it shoots too quick to allow enough detail across the colour spectrum.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By neale on 25 Dec. 2014
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So i use this on an a6000. Its great for taking pictures of people and stuff a little further away. The lens itself is amazing, pictures look fantastic and the night shots came out really really nice to where someone asked me if I'd used a tripod. But its all hand held and taken in a rush, but they look incredible. I took it to Vietnam + Cambodia with me. What i found though was that the lens wasnt wide enough due to the cropped camera sensor. You have to be really far away to get like landscape and the temple shots in. But combine this lens with the sigma 19mm and you are good to shoot in any scene.

Sigma 19mm for scenery, this lens for people + blurred backgrounds.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Paul B on 25 May 2014
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First off, I returned the one I ordered from a marketplace seller (via amazon) as it wasn't as described, no retail box or lens hood etc. However, issue was resolved quickly and refund sorted....onto the lens itself.

I now have the lens from elsewhere and this is a major step up from my 16-50 kit lens. If like me you are still fairly new to the SLR / CSC world then like me you may be wondering just how much can a lens change things? A lot it turns out.

What I've realised with having a good prime lens, is the difference in the sharpness, contrast and colour results I get. I went to New York recently, but to get the width I needed I didn't use the new prime, but the 16-50 powerzoom kit lens. Of course, I'd gotten used to my sharp results with this, and was a little disappointed with my soft shots which needed a lot of lightroom work. This now means I want to invest in a wide angle prime, but I'm glad I'm learning the lesson, my wallet isn't.

Also, having a 1.8 aperture makes things a lot more fun. It allows faster shooting and really cool blurry backgrounds on your photos, aka Bokeh (a word I'm still not sure how to pronounce).

If you have the money I've been told, and read, that the Carl Zeiss lens are the best but I can't compare as my wallet isn't that deep yet. However, my results with this lens have been fantastic and I highly recommend as a first lens for the NEX camera away from the kit. It makes me wonder if in the past I've upgraded my camera when really I just needed a better lens!
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