Sony has displayed prototypes of six new interchangeable lenses for its Alpha series of DLSR cameras at this year’s PMA International Trade Show in Las Vegas.
Sony’s α7 IV hybrid still and movie camera features a new 33-megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor plus improvements to processing, autofocusing and video recording.
The second wide angle lens in Sony’s prime lens series offers a modest angle of view, light weight and an innovative lens hood that is surprisingly effective.
Sony’s smallest, lightest 50mm standard prime lens offers excellent imaging performance and sophisticated controls at a competitive price.
The fastest Sony 50mm standard prime lens available features robust construction with weather-resistant sealing and a de-clickable manual aperture ring.
A compact, moderately fast 24mm prime lens for general-purpose photography and vlogging, which is light enough for use with drones and gimbals.
A compact and lightweight ultra-wide angle lens that is more than a stop faster than rival products and is light enough to use with gimbals and drones.
An affordably-priced, lightweight stabilised standard zoom lens that is dust and moisture resistant, making it ideal for outdoor shooting.
The flagship model in Sony’s Alpha line-up offers more processing power with 50-megapixel resolution and 8K 25p video recording to meet professional requirements.
Sony’s latest 35mm f/1.4 prime lens is smaller and lighter than the earlier Zeiss FE 35mm f/1.4 lens and has a more sophisticated optical design and focusing system.