Is the Sony 18 135 worth it?

Is the Sony 18 135 worth it?

Overall, the new Sony E 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS is a fun, compact all-in-one zoom lens for APS-C shooters. It’s impressively small for an APS-C 18-135mm lens and pairs very well with the A6500 — a nice, versatile combination that’s easy to carry around all day.

Do Sony lenses come with hoods?

Lens hoods Use the included lens hood, which is designed for that particular lens.

What size lens hood should I buy?

You can buy generic lens hoods that will fit the filter thread size, but they also have to match the focal length/angle of view of the lens to be effective. A hood made for a 50mm lens doesn’t provide enough shade on a 200mm lens but would cut off the edges on a 24mm lens.

Is the Sony 18 135 weather sealed?

The Sony E 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS has a metal lens mount and it accepts 55mm filters. It is not weather sealed, though, one of the main concessions to hit the competitive price point. It is also a virtually silent lens when auto-focusing, making it perfect for movie shooting or for more candid use.

Does the Sony 18 135 have OSS?

The Sony E 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS is a step up from the basic 16-50mm kit zoom. It has a longer zoom range, but isn’t as compact and costs a bit more.

What is the Sony 18-135mm lens made of?

This Sony 18-135mm is all plastic, which is why it’s so light and easy to carry all day. Everything is plastic, except the glass, the mount and gold electronic contacts.

What are the specs of the Sony E 18-135mm OSS (2018-2021)?

APS-C E-Mount OSS (2018-) Sample Images Intro Format Compatibility  Specifications Performance Recommendations Sony E 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS (APS-C, 55mm filters, 11.5 oz./325g, 1.45’/0.45m close focus, $598).

Does the Sony 18-135mm have distortion?

At least as shot on the Sony A6400, the Sony 18-135mm has no visible distortion — especially because the A6400won’t let you turn off distortion correction. Be careful if you shoot raw and use non-Sony software because you probably won’t get any automatic distortion corrections. At infinity