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Aug 15, 2016 20:23 |  #31

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any feedback on the lens?

which lens are you interested in?

How do you like your Sony 18-105?

I have a full frame 24-240 I like.


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Aug 16, 2016 01:08 as a reply to  @ 2mnycars's post |  #32

I was looking for feedback on the 16-50

I am getting on quite well, i have been getting some cracking shots with the 16mm f2.8 lately :-)


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Aug 16, 2016 07:39 |  #33

My 16-50 is a mixed bag. It is soft with considerable falloff at the corners at 16mm, but it gets much better by 24mm. It is super-useful and it makes the a6000 very portable.


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Aug 17, 2016 15:57 |  #34

That's a great response.

The camera is very small with this lens attached. I bought it this way, with a moderate telephoto as well.
My wife bought a Sony zoom that covered the whole range. She gleefully pointed out when I had dust-bunnies on the sensor, from Removing lenses and changing them. edit Darn iPad. changes words

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