A list of every G-Mount lens available from Fujifilm and third-party lens manufacturers that work for the Fujifilm GFX 50s.
Sony has put out two new full frame E-Mount lenses, the 50mm f1.4 and the 70-200mm f2.8 GM lens. Two very needed lenses that will give Sony shooters some amazing capabilities without having to use third party gear.
This list features all APS-C E-Mount lenses that are readily available. This means it won’t be including those random lenses you might see flow through ebay. This list also features only APS-C E-Mount designed lenses. To see the Full Frame E-Mount lenses see my Full Frame Sony E-Mount Lens List.
If you’ve been on the fence about buying a particular lens, Fujifilm is doing another sale.
I’m still working on Samyang vs Voigtlander vs Sony ultra wide lens comparison and want to make it really good but that takes time and I’ve been busy. There are
Voigtlander has announced three lenses for the Sony E-Mount. The 10mm the 12mm and a 15mm.
The 15mm and 12mm are available for VM mount but the 10mm will be a whole new lens for the E-mount.
For those that don’t know, the MCEX-11 adapter will convert any lens into a macro lens. It’s a cool little tool, it’s not as good as having a real macro lens, but can let you do fun little projects like this one.
I’ve reviewed the Voigtlander 15mm F4.5 Heliar III with both my Sony A7r and Fuji X-T1. It’s an incredible lens on both systems with two completely different looks.
I’m amazing at how they packed such quality into something so small.
This is a list of all available Leica M lenses that I’ve been able to find. There are many more Leica lenses but most of them are no longer in production
Probably the most popular lens format is with the Micro 4/3 system. There are so many great lenses for these cameras that the only way to not make my brain explode was to create an organized list of all the MFT M43 lenses I’ve been able to find with their 35mm equivalent field of view and filter thread sizes.