I really like this lens, and the only thing that keep me away from it is the missing focus scale.
Why did Voigtlander not include a focus scale on it? Come on it is a ML. It is a pity. it would be ideal for street ph.
D135ima: Good resolution ! Great lens ! But Sony still need a cheap normal focal leight AF lens - ordinary lens for resonable price.
May be the sony 28 f2fit in your description.
kape06111: Why is there no size comparison, with other mirrorless camera. Or even with DSLR? I mean to have a better sense of the weight and volume.
I don´t care about weak, strong or whatever. For me a comparison side by side is information. And I prefer to avoid going through thousands of website to search for it.
I cannot not see the point of discussion here. I would prefer to have a view of the size and that is.
Why not? it is information, that may help someone to take a decision or even start looking at the camera. And mainly today when the size is getting a big point.
Why is there no size comparison, with other mirrorless camera. Or even with DSLR? I mean to have a better sense of the weight and volume.
hey this time i don´t understand DPR reviewers at all. I was already starting to doubt about the objectivity of them previously (Nikon DF not Awarded, Canon 70D gold awarded , but the 7DmII just silver awarded, and the best Nikon D600 "Gold awarded and 87 points", being a camera with a lot of defects and replace 6 months later by Nikon because of that and you may continue mentioning cases).Now the A7 II, This is the best mirrors camera out there, much better than the others A7s, A7 and A7r, Better ergonomic (Grip, shutter button position, more customizable buttons and better located, IMHo better body shape), much much better built quality, incorporate a really new feature (not just more Mpx, or more fPs), but Image stabilization in body, great low Iso performer, great EVF, great video capabilities (better that in the A7 and A7r). I don´t get it. in the examples, i much prefer the file of the A7II compare to the files from D750, just more detail there. Now i pretty i want a A7II.
forggie5: I bought the a6000 camera body last month and have been so frustrated finding a good standard zoom lens for this e-mount camera. The 16-70mm seems like the one to go but I was hoping to get one with a 2.8 aperature. Is there a sigma or tamaron lens that would work better or some other lens that isn't over $2000? I don't want to regret moving from the canons but this hunt seems so much more difficult than anticipated, and I don't necessarily want to put an adapter on which would defeat the purpose of getting this lighter weighted camera as well. Any thoughts?
Try to use primes, better Image quality and less weight. Sony and Zeiss have nice and High quality primes for this system.