Sony is one of the giants of the camera world, and they have a huge range of DSLR lenses. This range also includes the Opteka range of lens attachments and Kenko lenses as well as the Sigma Sony lenses.
The Sony DSLR lenses
Fish eye lenses-The Sony fisheyes are among the top of Sony’s range. These lenses are now very much in demand in commercial photography. The Sigma 15mm F2.8 EX DG Diagonal Fisheye Lensincludes a 180 degree field of and the high quality Sony precision focus systems.
Wide angle lenses- Another type of DSLR lens much in demand, the Sigma Sony lenses are designed for professionals, particularly in the very demanding areas of commercial advertising, and include high performance internal focusing systems to ensure top quality pictures.
Macro and aspherical lenses-These are very high value lenses, used as “fixers” for accurate high resolution imaging in any situation. The Sony lenses include high performance aspherical lenses and rear focus lenses.
Teleconverter lenses-Teleconverters include several Kenko lenses as well as the Sigmas in various powers. The Sony range is among the most advanced on the market.
Standard lenses-The Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 EX DG Standard Lensis a true professional dual focus lens with a good manual focus for easy handling.
Telephoto lenses-Sony’s telephoto lenses are the benchmark lenses in this field, complete with special Sony technology. These lenses include the very upmarket and very good Sigma APO 70-200mm F2.8 EX DG HSM Telephoto Lens, which is pretty much the last word in telephoto lenses, including compatibility with the teleconverters into ultra-high power modes.
Zoom lenses-The Sony zooms have a few tricks up their sleeves, including Extraordinary Low Dispersion, which is used to manage chromatic schemes and ensure high quality resolution, AF and manual overrides.
Shopping for Sony DSLR lenses
The Sigma Sonys are the top of the market DSLR lenses. There are also some excellent deals on the market including major discounts up to $600 and more. Shop around, because you’ll find that you can buy a full kit for your DSLR and stay well within your budget.