After a significant amount of work I am a little proud to present you the complete Sony FE list. The idea was to create a tool which makes it quick to look up and compare the specifications of every fullframe E-mount lens with CPU. You can reach it quickly at list.philllipreeve.net.
The list isn’t in it’s final form but it felt like it was time let it into the wild. If you have any suggestions on how to improve it or spot a mistake please leave a comment.
As always: Sharing the list is much appreciated :).
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33 thoughts on “Sony FE List – a new tool”
Hi Phillip – This is really cool, however you have an extra lower-case “l” in your web address for the list so folks won’t be able to get to it. Proper address is list.phillipreeve.net
i cant access it right now, but this seems like a wonderfully useful tool, can’t wait to check it out.
only the 2nd link doesnt work, the first one works.
very useful, very much appreciated.
Keep up the good work!
will do 🙂
Might be useful to say which manual lenses provide exif.
All in the list. there is also a no exif list which contains all those without but it isn’t finished yet.
Hi. Perhaps you can include your review summaries (pros, average, and cons list).
I don’t think that would be easy to read and we have our FE-Guide to help with the buying process
A really huge Thank You – for all this work. A very useful resource.
1. Great idea, very nicely implemented. Thank you! ???
2. Is there a way to download as an Excel file, or any format convertible to Excel? Apologies if this is trivial to all except for me. ??
You are welcome 🙂
Under File/Download you can select download as excel.
Thank you. I now see a big part of the problem is trying to save it to an iPad. All easy and lovely when using MacOS! 🙂
yeah, certainly less useful on ipad but few things to do about it
A very good and usefull spreadsheet ! Thank you very much !
I did exactly the same one last month… also with cheap no FE mount lens (minolta, canon nfd…). I put pros and cons too, and a subjective score.
And I create a second spreadsheet with differents kits ideas. It can be something to add in your.
And again, congrats, great job !
Hi, we found that the Magnification of Sony FE 400/2.8GM and FE 200-600 is incorrect, they should be 0.16 and 0.2 instead of 0.52 and 0.66, the latter are obvious illogical.
Could you check it again?
And also in the “macro” list 🙂
really need to automate their generation as well, fixed 🙂
? Laowa 15/2?
see “no exif” list 😉
Great resource! Suggestion: if the ¨Release Date¨ column were YY/MM rather than MM/YY it would sort chronologically. Sorting that column now only serves to show the seasonality of lens releases – interesting, but… Thanks.
You should be able to sort that column correctly now 🙂
W O W !!! Thank you so much for generously sharing and creating this resource 🙂
Very much appreciated!
Hi,Phillip,I had recently bought a FE mount 7Aritsans 35mm f2 lens, which costed me 84USD. I thought the image quality is good, maybe it could be included in the manual lenses below 99 USD? Thanks for sharing.
I have their new 1.4/35 on the way to me 🙂
My own excel version of this also has the rule-of-thumb blur value (mm/f) and some hyperfocal info. The former is an easy addition to your list that I have found useful in comparing lenses.
Could you add another column with lens focal range type, zoom vs fixed? This would allow one to filter for only zoom, or only fixed.
Hmm. I think the cost in place would outweight the benefit here. I am still looking for a good solution to list and filter FL but so far I haven‘t found one.
Not being maintained anymore?
The minimal focus distance of the Tamron 2,8/35 is 15cm, not 35, see specs at Tamron.