FE 28-60MM F4-5.6

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4.5 based on 2 customer reviews

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Ease of Use

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Comparing Specs to Vario-Tessar

SEL2860 01 May 2021 by EirikL (USA)

Just comparing the specifications shown on this website planning my purchase: The 28-60 is designed for (1) light weight and (2) compact size, for the A7C camera, so it dies NOT have (3) in-lens Optical SteadyShot nor (4) constant aperture while zooming. Most cameras now have 5-axis SteadyShot in the camera body, so the photographer's knowledge and experience can manage the types of motion not covered by in-camera 5-Axis stabilization, and the depth of field changes by aperture. If you want those features # 3 & #4, plus a bit more zoom, the Vario-Tessar 24-70 is not that much more expensive. I would like to see a scientific comparison of big enlargements from the 2 lenses using the same camera. 28-60 weighs 167 grams 24-70 weighs 426 grams A 7 C weighs 509 grams Alpha 1 Weighs 737 grams other A series cameras are mostly 657 grams My choice for a 12 hour hike along the Appalachian trail would be an A7C and the 28-60. For less athletic assignments an Alpha 1 or A7R IV with the 24-70 Vario-Tessar.

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Surprisingly Good

SEL2860 29 December 2020 by HomeBody (USA)

I bought this as a kit with my A7C. As the title says, it is surprisingly good. While it has its obvious limitations, it is a lens that I would use for daytime street shooting. Haven't had a chance to test nighttime use yet. It's pretty sharp throughout the range and has good color rendition.

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Good

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Fair

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Average

Ease of Use

Average

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