Sony Lens Roadmap 2015 Plus New FE Full-frame Lenses

Sony Lens Roadmap 2015 Plus New FE Full-frame Lenses - Sony has shown a future lens roadmap at Photokina 2014, including details on four new FE Full-frame lenses.

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Sony has released details of an updated lens roadmap at Photokina, for September 15th 2014, showing detail of their future plans for full-frame lenses. They also released further details on four new full-frame lenses that are under development in the Sony FE mount, suitable for Sony Alpha A7, A7R and A7S cameras.

Included in the plans are details of two new adapters, including a fish-eye and wide-angle adapter.

35mm

The first lens Sony gave details on, is the Zeiss Distagon T* FE 35mm f/1.4 ZA bright prime lens, due for release in March 2015. 

Macro

The next lens Sony gave details of is the Sony G 90mm f/2.8 Macro FE lens with OSS (Optical Steady Shot), and excellent bokeh. The lens is due to be released in March 2015. 

24-240mm

The third lens is the Sony FE 24-240mm f/3.5-6.3 10x optical zoom lens with OSS (Optical Steady Shot), which is due to be released February 2015.

28mm prime

The fourth lens shown as under development, is the FE 28mm f/2 prime lens, which is said to be the most affordable prime lens for the Sony FE-Mount available, the lens will be release with a 16mm Fish-eye converter, as well as a 21mm ultra-wide angle converter. These are due to be launched in March 2015. 

These lenses are in addition to the Zeiss 16-35mm f/4 lens just announced.


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