Sony Full Frame E-Mount Lenses – The Ultimate List

List of Sony lenses for full frame e-mount.

An updated list of every lens available for the Sony full frame E-Mount system. Including all the Sony lenses as well as third-party lenses. 

Cameras for this list include the Sony A7, A7r, A7s, A7II, A7rII, A7sII and the new A9. These lenses will also work on Sony APS-C cameras as well.

I’ve also compiled a complete list of Sony APS-C lenses.


Please let me know if I’m missing anything!


List Of Every Sony Lens | For Full Frame E-Mount

There are several brands now making Sony full frame lenses. There are the Sony lenses, produced and developed by Sony themselves. Then there is the Sony Zeiss partnership. Sony works with Zeiss designs and quality with Zeiss branding built by Sony. Then there are the Carl Zeiss lenses designed and produced by Zeiss for Sony E-Mount. Like the Loxia and Batis lenses.

A few other manufacturers like Mitakon and Samyang also makes some good bargain lenses, Voigtlander has started producing E-Mount lenses as well and there are also now several great Chinese made lenses.


Sony Full Frame E-Mount Lenses

This is a mix of Sony lenses built and designed by Sony, and Zeiss designs built by Sony using Zeiss coatings. All lenses in this list have electronic aperture controls and autofocus.

The Sony G lenses are considered their best lenses, similar to Canon L lenses. 


Sony Full Frame E-Mount Prime Lenses

There are quite a few Sony full frame prime lenses as well as Sony Zeiss prime lenses. The Zeiss lenses are labeled ZA and have a T* coating. Sony lenses aren’t bad and they’re getting better, but the G lenses or the Zeiss lenses are the way to go if you’re looking for the best from Sony.

As far as must have lenses from this list, the Sony 50mm f1.8 is one of them. You can’t really go wrong for the price.

The ZA 35mm f2.8 is a little bit over rated for the price so you’re basically paying for the compactness and size, although the 35mm f2.8 does have some very nice micro contrast.

Lens NameElementsApertureFilterOrder
Sony Prime Lenses    
28mm f2.09/89RØ49mmAmazon / B&H
– Fisheye 16mm Conversion Lens For FE 28mm5/4 Amazon / B&H
– Ultra-Wide 21mm Conversion Lens For FE 28mm4/4 Amazon / B&H
35mm f2.8 ZA Sonnar T*7/57RØ49mmAmazon / B&H
35mm f1.4 ZA Distagon T*12/99RØ72mmAmazon / B&H
50mm f1.4 ZA Planar T*12/911RØ72mmAmazon / B&H
50mm f1.86/57RØ49mmAmazon / B&H
50mm f2.8 Macro8/67Ø49mmAmazon / B&H
55mm f1.8 ZA Sonnar T*7/59RØ49mmAmazon / B&H
85mm f1.89/89RØ67mmAmazon / B&H
85mm f1.4 GM11/811RØ77mmAmazon / B&H
90mm f2.8 Macro G OSS15/119RØ62mmAmazon / B&H
100mm f2.8 STF GM14/1011RØ72mmAmazon / B&H
400mm f2.8 GM23/1711RB&H



Sony Full Frame E-Mount Zoom Lenses

There are a lot of great zoom lenses for Sony full frame cameras. Zeiss was leading in terms of the quality but Sony has been putting out some really good G lenses that are very high quality like the Zeiss lenses.

For landscape photography the ZA 16-35mm f4 is one of my favorite it almost lives attached to my camera.

Sony Zoom LensesElementsAperture Filter Order
12-24mm f4 G17/137RAmazon / B&H
16-35mm f2.8 GM16/1311RØ82mmAmazonB&H
16-35mm f4 ZA Vario-Sonnar T* OSS12/107RØ72mmAmazon / B&H
24-70mm f2.8 GM18/139RØ82mmAmazon / B&H
24-70mm f4 ZA Vario-Tessar T*  OSS12/107RØ67mmAmazon / B&H
24-105mm f4 G OSS17/149RØ77mmAmazon / B&H
24-240mm f3.5-f6.3 OSS17/127RØ72mmAmazon / B&H
28-70mm f3.5-5.6 OSS9/87RØ55mmAmazon / B&H
70-200mm f2.8 GM OSS23/1811RØ77mmAmazon / B&H
70-200mm f4 G OSS21/159RØ72mmAmazon / B&H
70-300mm f4.5-5.6 G OSS16/139RØ62mmAmazon / B&H
28-135mm f4 G OSS18/129Ø95mmAmazon / B&H
100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 GM OSS22/169RØ77mmAmazon / B&H



Sony Lens Codes

If you’re wondering what all those numbers and letters on Sony lenses mean, here is a quick guide to Sony lens codes.

OSS – Optical Steady Shot. Or IS if you’re a Canon user.

T* – This is the code for Zeiss’ unmatched multi-layer lens coating. Often referred to as T coating. If you’re a Canon shooter this would be like their L lenses.

ZA – Mean Zeiss Alpha. Lenses by Zeiss for the Alpha cameras. Or E-Mount cameras.

G – This is the code by Sony to distinguish top quality in their lenses. Like the Zeiss T* or the Canon L. It basically means it’s good.

FE – Full Frame E mount


Zeiss E-Mount Primes

These are lenses built and designed by Zeiss specifically for Sony E-Mount cameras. The T* is considered Zeiss premium lens coating.

Zeiss continues to roll out some really nice autofocus lenses but also their manual lenses are very well built and the Zeiss 50mm Loxia is considered one of the sharpest lenses out there for the Sony E-Mount system.

Lens NameElementsApertureFilterOrder
Full Auto    
Zeiss Batis 18mm f2.8 Distagon T*11/10
 Ø77mmAmazon / B&H
Zeiss Batis 25mm f2.0 Distagon T*10/8 Ø67mmAmazon / B&H
Zeiss Batis 85mm f1.8 Sonnar T*11/8 Ø67mmAmazon / B&H
Zeiss Batis 135mm f2.8 Sonnar T*14/11 Ø67mmAmazon / B&H
Full Manual    
21mm f2.8 Loxia Distagon T*11/9 Ø52mmAmazon / B&H
25mm f2.4 Loxia 10/810RØ52mmAmazon / B&H
35mm f2 Loxia Biogon T*9/6 Ø52mmAmazon / B&H
50mm f2 Loxia Planar T*6/4 Ø52mmAmazon / B&H
85mm f2.4 Loxia Sonnar T*7/7 Ø52mmAmazon / B&H




Tamron Sony E-Mount Lenses


Lens NameElementsApertureFilterOrder
Tamron 28-75mm f2.8 Di15/129Ø67mmAmazon / B&H







Sigma Sony E-Mount Lenses

Sigma has this really cool line up of cinema Sony full frame lenses for the E-Mount. Sigma lenses are considered to be decent quality at a decent price. Although their ART lenses for the A-Mount are really nice.

Sigma lenses are here, finally! It looks like all it took was a couple little rumors of Canon and Nikon going full frame mirrorless to get Sigma to jump on the mirrorless wagon.

Sigma also has some APS-C lenses for the Sony APS-C cameras


Sigma Sony Full Frame AF Photo Lenses

Lens NameElementsApertureFilter ThreadsOrder
Sigma 14mm f1.816/119RB&H
Sigma 20mm f1.415/119RB&H
Sigma 24mm f1.415/119RØ77mmB&H
Sigma 35mm f1.413/119RØ67mmB&H
Sigma 50m f1.413/89RØ77mmB&H
Sigma 85mm f1.414/129RØ86mmB&H
Sigma 90mm f2.8 Macro  coming soon
Sigma 135mm f1.813/109RØ82mmB&H


Sigma Full Frame Cine Lenses

Lens NameFilter ThreadsOrder
Sigma 14mm T2.0B&H
Sigma 24-35mm T2.2Ø82mmB&H
Sigma 20mm T1.5B&H
Sigma 24mm T1.5Ø82mmB&H
Sigma 35mm T1.5Ø82mmB&H
Sigma 50mm T1.5Ø82mmB&H
Sigma 85mm T1.5Ø86mmB&H
Sigma 135mm T2.0Ø82mmB&H




Samyang / Rokinon E-Mount Lenses

These are Samyang lenses built and designed by Samyang (a Korean company) for Sony full frame Sony E-Mount cameras. Samyang also develops lenses under the name Rokinon and Bower. If you order a Rokinon lens, it will be the same as a Samyang lens but they are branded differently.


Rokinon has recently released a new line of cinema lenses for the Sony E Mount system called XEEN. These will go great with the Sony A7r II since it can shoot 4k internal, full frame or APS-C super 35mm crop.

All XEEN lenses have an 11-blade diaphragm and a unified 114mm front element to work with standard matte boxes.

These lenses will also 6k ready, although the idea of lenses being “ready” for a certain resolution is just marketing nonsense. 


Auto Focus

These are the Samyang / Rokinon Autofocus Sony full frame lenses. Samyang is also updating the quality of these lenses in a line they call Premium MF. Those should be available some day.

Some of the lenses here are really nice alternatives to some of the other lenses out there. For example the Samyang 35mm f2.8 is a better buy over the Zeiss 35mm f2.8. I’ve shot with the Ziess 35mm f2.8 since day one, and feel the Samyang is much more practical.

That’s what you get with Samyang, fast, cheap lenses that do the job. If you want to get the feel of a certain focal length without breaking the bank, Samyang lenses are great. 

Lens NameFilter ThreadsOrder
Samyang 14mm f2.8Amazon / B&H
Samyang 35mm f1.4 Amazon / B&H
Samyang 35mm f2.8Ø49mmAmazon / B&H
Samyang 50mm f1.4Ø67mmAmazon / B&H


Full Manual

The Samyang manual lenses are some of my favorite cheap lenses. I’ve had the 14mm for years and it was always with me as I was learning landscape photography.

Lately Samyang has been upgrading the quality and design for the E-Mount cameras, however, they’ve been seeing a lot of competition from Chinese companies.

Lens NameFilter ThreadsOrder
Samyang 12mm f2.8AmazonB&H
Samyang 14mm f2.8Amazon / B&H
Samyang 20mm f1.8 Amazon / B&H
Rokinon 24mm f3.5 Tilt-ShiftØ82mmAmazon / B&H
Samyang 24mm f1.4Ø77mmAmazon / B&H
Samyang 35mm f1.4Ø77mmAmazon / B&H
Samyang 50mm f1.2Ø62mmAmazon / B&H
Samyang 50mm f1.4Ø77mmAmazon / B&H
Samyang 85mm f1.4Ø72mmAmazon / B&H
Samyang 100mm f2.8 MacroØ67mmAmazon / B&H
Samyang 135mm f2.0 ED UMCØ77mmAmazon / B&H
Rokinon 20mm T1.9 Amazon / B&H
Rokinon 24mm T1.5Ø77mmAmazon / B&H
Rokinon 35mm T1.5Ø77mmAmazon / B&H
Rokinon 50mm T1.5 DSØ77mmAmazon / B&H
Rokinon 85mm T1.5Ø72mmAmazon / B&H
Cine Xeen  
Rokinon XEEN 20mm T1.9Amazon / B&H
Rokinon XEEN 24mm T1.5Amazon / B&H
Rokinon XEEN 50mm T1.5Amazon / B&H
Rokinon XEEN 85mm T1.5Amazon / B&H
Rokinon XEEN 135mm T2.2Amazon / B&H



Tokina Sony E-Mount Lenses

Tokina is a Japanese company that has started making a few e-mount lenses. The Firin 20mm f2 is a fairly new non-cinema lens that’s been turning heads. It’s an all metal lens with a brush finish. I don’t own any Tokina lenses but everyone I’ve known that owns them swears by them. They’ll also be making some AF lenses for the Sony E-Mount Soon.


Tokina Mirrorless Auto Focus Lenses

Lens NameFilter ThreadsOrder
20mm f2 AFØ62mmB&H


Tokina Mirrorless Manual Focus Lenses

Lens NameFilter ThreadsOrder
Firin 20mm f2Ø62mmAmazon / B&H


Tokina Cine Lenses

Lens NameFilter ThreadsOrder
AT-X 16-28mm T3.0Ø112mmAmazon / B&H
35mm T1.5coming soon
50mm T1.5coming soon
85mm T1.5coming soon
AT-X 100mm T2.9 Ø82mmAmazon / B&H



Fujifilm Cinema Lenses

Fujifilm has started making some Cine lenses for the E-Mount but also for the Fujifilm X-Mount. Fijifilm has been known for their legendary lenses. It’s nice to see them taking a consumer approach to the cine lenses.

These lenses also only cover super 35mm. So you would need to crop down your full frame cameras like the Sony A7rII  to super 35mm to take advantage of these lenses.

Lens NameFilter ThreadsOrder
Fujinon MK 18-55 T2.9Ø82mmAmazon / B&H
Fujinon MK 50-135mm T2.9Ø82mmB&H



SLR Magic For Sony E-Mount

SLR Magic is a Hong Kong company has been around a few years now. They’ve taken an interesting approach to lenses design by targeting the low budget indi filmmakers and are known for their Anamorphic lenses and adapters.

They now make some decent Sony E-Mount cinema lenses with some nice controls and specs. If you’re looking for low budget cinema lenses, SLR Magic is probably your best option.

They also now have some MicroPrime cine lenses that are all weight the same so you won’t have to rebalance your rig. I’m still churning through my regular SLR Magic reviews and will get to the Macro Prime once those are done. Because of the much larger filter threads of the MicroPrime, I’m not sure how they’ll work with the Anamorphic adapters.

Lens NameFilter ThreadsOrder
SLR Magic Cine 18mm f2.8Ø62mmB&H
SLR Magic Cine 25mm f1.4Ø52mmB&H
SLR Magic Cine 35mm f1.2Ø52mmB&H
SLR Magic Cine 50mm f1.1Ø52mmB&H
SLR Magic Cine 75mm f1.4Ø52mmB&H
MicroPrime Cine  
MicroPrime 25mm T1.5Ø82mmcoming soon
MicroPrime 35mm T1.3Ø82mmcoming soon
MicroPrime 50mm T1.2Ø82mmcoming soon
MicroPrime 75mm T1.5Ø82mmcoming soon



Handevision Primes For Sony E-Mount

Handevision is a German-Chinese joint venture. Designed with German precision, build in China. Both companies are very good and make great products.

These lenses are made with high quality anodized aluminum, brass and stainless steel. I personally love these lenses especially on my Sony A7r III. They are light weight manual lenses with very good optics that are just about perfect for street photography.

I’ve reviewed the Handevision 75mm f2.4, more coming soon.

The Handevision 40mm f0.85 is known to be the fastest lens in the world.

Lens Name35mm EquivFilter SizeOrder
Handevision IBERIT 24mm f2.436mmØ49mmB&H
Handevision IBERIT 35mm f2.452.5mmØ49mmB&H
Handevision 40mm f0.8560mmØ67mmAmazon / B&H
Handevision IBERIT 50mm f2.475mmØ49mmB&H
Handevision IBERIT 75mm f2.4 Review112.5mmØ49mmB&H
Handevision IBERIT 90mm f/2.4135mmØ49mmB&H




Voigtlander / Cosina E-Mount Primes

Voigtlander recently started developing their lenses for full frame E-Mount body cameras. In terms of quality, they are up there with Zeiss. I would say they are just below Leica, but above Zeiss.

The Voigtlander E-Mount lenses will be the same design as the M-Mount lenses except the lenses will be able to electronically communicate with the camera. This means you’ll get aperture and lens focal length recorded in your EXIF data.

Any Voigtlander lens should be able to last you a lifetime if you take care of it.

I personally buy the M-mount Voigtlander lenses so I can easily adapt them to other cameras.

Lens NameFilter ThreadsOrder Links
Voigtlander 10mm f5.6 Heliar Amazon / B&H
Voigtlander 12mm f5.6 Heliar Amazon / B&H
Voigtlander 15mm f4.5 Heliar Amazon / B&H
Voigtlander 35mm f1.4 Nokton Amazon / B&H
Voigtlander 40mm f1.2 Nokton Amazon / B&H
Voigtlander 65mm f2 Apo-Lanthar Macro Amazon / B&H



Voigtlander / Cosina M-Mount Primes

These are the Leica M-mount lenses but Voigtlander. I usually buy these instead of the E-Mount specific lenses so I can use them on different systems. However, you’ll lose your EXIF data.

To use these lenses you will need to use an adapter. I use the Voigtlander adapter.

When using lens conversion mounts, always be sure to do some research to make sure the lens still looks great with your camera.

Voigtlander has redesigned a lot of their lenses to perform better with digital sensors. Like the Heliar 15mm III is much better for digital cameras than the II so keep an eye out for those.

Lens NameFilter ThreadsOrder Links
M-Mount to E-Mount AdapterAdapterAmazon / B&H
Heliar 12mm f5.6 Amazon / B&H
Heliar 15mm f4.5 IIIØ58mmAmazon / B&H
Color-Skopar 21mm f4 P IIØ39mmB&H
Ultron 21mm f1.8Ø58mmAmazon / B&H
Ultron 28mm f2.0Ø46mmAmazon / B&H
Ultron 35mm f1.7Ø46mmAmazon / B&H
Nokton 35mm f1.4Ø43mmAmazon / B&H
Nokton 35mm f1.2 IIØ52mmAmazon / B&H
Color-Skopar 35mm f2.5 P II B&H
Nokton 50mm f1.1Ø58mmAmazon / B&H
Nokton 50mm f1.5Ø49mmAmazon / B&H
Heliar 50mm f3.5Ø27mmB&H
Heliar 75mm f1.8Ø52mmB&H



Meyer Optic Sony E-Mount

Meyer Optic is a German company that makes some very high quality lenses that are often funded by kickstarter. 

Good new is, they make a few Sony full frame lenses.

Can check out what they’re doing:

Lens NameFilter ThreadsOrder Links
Nocturnus 50mm f0.95 IIØ67mmB&H
Trioplan 50mm f/2.9B&H
Primoplan 58mm f1.9Ø37mmB&H
Primoplan 75mm f1.9Ø52mmB&H
Trioplan 100mm f/2.8Ø52mmB&H
Trioplan 100mm f/2.8 TitaniumØ52mmB&H
APO Makro Plasmat 105mm f2.7Ø52mmcoming soon



Chinese Lenses For Sony

There are so many Chinese rip-off lenses out there now I decided to give Chinese lenses their own category. Some are actually good, some are just only ok, and some are probably junk. For as cheap as they are they could be worth a try.

Lens design from around 35mm and higher was pretty much perfected a few decades ago and the only thing that gets better is coatings and construction. So when it comes to optical IQ, some of these cheap lenses will surprise you.


Mitakon Zhongyi

This is one of the more interesting Chinese lens companies and are known for their crazy fast lenses. They also make some amazing Sony APS-C lenses.

They have two version so the 50mm Speedmaster lens, it was updated in 2015 or 2016 and is supposedly a little better, also more expensive.

Mitakon says they make their lenses the Japanese way, using Japanese machinery.

There are smart and artistic people in China that also care about quality and are capable of amazing things, Mitakon Zhongyi are those people.

Lens NameFilter ThreadsOrder
Mitakon 50mm f/0.95 Speedmaster Ø67mmAmazon / B&H
Mitakon Zhongyi 85mm f/1.2Ø77mmAmazon / B&H


Venus Laowe Optics

I believe this is one of the better Chinese brands.

The Laowe 15mm f2 has been getting good reviews that you can find here – DPReview.

Lens NameFilter ThreadsOrder
Laowe 12mm f2.8 Zero-DAmazon / B&H
Laowe 15mm f2 Zero-DØ72mmAmazon / B&H
Laowe 15mm f4Ø77mmAmazon / B&H
Laowe 105mm f2Ø67mmAmazon / B&H


7Artisans Lenses

7Artisans makes some very low budget lenses for full frame Sony mirrorless cameras. While their lenses usually have poor build quality, they often produce a ton of character with some decent overall image quality.

Lens NameFilter ThreadsOrder
7Artisans 35mm f2 ReviewØ43mmAmazonBHphoto


Oshiro Lenses

Although Oshiro is a Japanese company, the lenses are all made in China so I put them in the Chinese company section.

Some of these Oshiro lenses aren’t actually made for E-Mount but they ship with an all metal mount. Honestly, you’re probably better off buying vintage M42 mount lenses and adapting them. But these are cheap enough that they could be a fun experiment. I just don’t know enough about Oshiro to have any opinion on them.

Lens NamesFilter ThreadsOrder
Oshiro 8mm f/3.5 LD UNC ALAmazon
Oshiro 35mm f/2 LD UNC ALØ55mmAmazon
Oshiro 60mm f2.8 LD UNC Ultra-MacroØ62mmAmazon
Oshiro 135mm f/2.8 LD UNC ALØ58mmAmazon
Oshiro 500mm f/6.3 LD UNC ALAmazon



Viltrox makes a lot of camera gear and accessories. Now they’re making lenses, including some for Sony full frame cameras.

Lens NameFilter ThreadsOrder
VILTROX FE 35mm f/2Ø43mmAmazon



Like Viltrox Opteka also makes a lot of camera accessories. Their handheld camera mounts are fairly popular and they also make a decent shutter remote for Sony cameras. Now they’re making some lenses.

Lens NameFilter ThreadsOrder
Opteka 85mm f/1.8Ø55mmAmazon



NiSi F3 Cinema Lenses For Sony E-Mount

Nisi is a Chinese company that has made filters and accessories for lenses since 2005. They are now making cinema lenses for the Sony E-Mount. These lenses have excellent chromatic aberration control. They are all the same length of 11.7cm and all weight just under 3 pounds.

In terms of character, they aren’t over corrected for flaring like many modern photography lenses, so you can get artistic effects with them when shooting into lights.

You can order them at NiSi Filters.

Lens NameOrder
NiSi 18mmcoming soon
NiSi 25mm T2.1coming soon
NiSi 35mm T2coming soon
NiSi 50mm T2coming soon
NiSi 75mm T2coming soon
NiSi 100mm T2coming soon



Lensbaby E-Mount Lenses

Lensbaby is one of the very few American companies that makes lenses.

Lensbaby has a few fun lenses for the the Sony full frame e-mount system. While you won’t to get anything optically spectacular with these lenses in terms of IQ, that’s not the point, these lenses are simply fun to use and they create some very unique effects.

The Velvet and Twist lenses work on their own. For the Edge and Sweet lenses you’ll need to mount them to a Composer Pro or Composer Pro II. If you already have one of these, you can order just the optics.

Lens NameFilter ThreadsOrder
Velvet 56mm f1.6Amazon / B&H
Twist 60mm f2.5Amazon / B&H
Composer Pro + Sweet 50Amazon /
Composer Pro II + Edge 50Amazon / B&H



Sony E-Mount Adapters

There are too many full frame E-Mount lens adapters to count now; so I’ll start by listing what I’ve used and what others are finding useful.

I love the metabones adapters but they are a little pricey. For a fraction of the price the Novoflex adapter works perfectly fine. That’s actually what I’m using right now because my metabones adapter broke and I just didn’t see any benefit of spending the extra money on a new one.

I also use the Voigtlander for my Leica lenses. It’s a very solid adapter. The close focus version just means it telescopes slightly.

Metabones E-Mount AdapterAutofocusAperture ControlOrder
T Canon EF to E IVYesYesB&H
Canon EF to E IVYesYesAmazon
Nikon F to ENoNoAmazon / B&H
Nikon G to ENoNoAmazon / B&H
Leica M to ENoNoB&H
Metabones Speed Booster Adapter   
Canon EF Speed Booster Ultra II .71xYesYesB&H
Canon EF Speed Booster UltraYesYesAmazon
Canon EF T Speed Booster Ultra 0.71xYesYesAmazon / B&H
Nikon F Speed Booster UltraNoNoAmazon / B&H
Sigma E-Mount Adapter   
MC-11 Canon EF to E AdapterYesYesAmazon / B&H
Fotodiox E-Mount Adapter   
Canon EF to E Pro FusionYesyYesAmazon / B&H
Canon EF to E ND ThrottleYes YesB&H
Canon EF to E Iris ControlNoManualAmazon / B&H
Canon EF to ENoNoAmazon
Canon FD to ENoNoAmazon
Nikon F to ENoNoAmazon
Nikon G to ENoNoAmazon
Nikon F(G-Type) to E DLXNoManualB&H
Nikon F(G-Type) to E DeClickNoManualB&H
Leica M to E ProNoNoAmazon / B&H
Leica M to ENoNoAmazon
Leica M to E HelicoidNoNoB&H
Leica L39 to ENoNoB&H
M42 to E ProNoNoB&H
M42 to ENoNoB&H
Commlite E-Mount Adapter   
Nikon F to EYesYes
Kipon E-Mount Adapter   
EF Auto Focus + Integrated NDYesYes 
Novoflex E-Mount Adapter   
Nikon F to E-MountNoNoAmazon / B&H
Canon FD to E-MountNoNoAmazon / B&H
Pentax-K to E-MountNoNoB&H
Leica M to E-MountNoNoAmazon / B&H
Leica R to E-MountNoNoAmazon / B&H
PL to E-MountNoNoB&H
M42 to E-MountNoNoB&H
Contax/Yashica to E-MountNoNoB&H
Minolta MD/MC to E-MountNoNoB&H
Voigtlander E-Mount Adapter   
Leica M to E-MountNoNoAmazon
Leica M to E-Mount Close FocusNoNoAmazon / B&H
Mitakon Zhongyi   
M42 to E-Mount Turbo Mk II  B&H
Leica M to E-Mount Helicoid VNoNoB&H



List of Sony Lenses | Conclusions

When I started this list years ago there were hardly any choices, now there are almost too many lenses to list.

I try to list everything I find that is easy to buy. There are some lenses out there that cannot be bought through major retailers so I don’t bother listing them.


Don’t forget to check out the Sony APS-C Lens List. There are some great options there for APS-C cameras and the list continues to grow.



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