What New Lenses Can Sony Shooters Expect to See in 2020?

Sony is said to be releasing six new E mount focal points in the following a year. Given the size and nature of the scope of Sony glass, what do you need and what do you expect? And what do any semblance of Tamron, Zeiss, Sigma, and Rokinon/Samyang have arranged?

Sony Alpha Rumors has had gotten notification from a confided in source that Sony has new glass in the pipeline, however there are barely any subtleties at this stage. It’s idea that one will be APS-C, while most will be telephoto primes and longer zooms, with the chance of an update to a portion of the existing focal points, for example, the 70-200mm f/4 G or 85mm f/1.4 GM.


The Sony FE 24-70mm f/2.8 GM. Time for a refresh?

Some will seek after an adaptation two of the 24-70mm f/2.8 GM. This focal point is currently barely short of four years of age, and if Sony’s ongoing focal points are anything to pass by, there’s opportunity to get better — quicker autofocus, more keen outcomes, and maybe a somewhat increasingly conservative form all seem plausible. There’s likewise hypothesis that Sony is going to give clients a quick wide-edge GM focal point, with numerous proprietors clamoring for something like a f/1.8 18mm prime.

The focal point line-up for Sony has expanded significantly over the most recent couple of years, particularly with outsider makers, for example, Sigma, Tamron, and Samyang filling in a considerable lot of the holes and producing progressively reasonable alternatives. The last significant discharge for full-outline cameras from Sony was the FE 35mm f/1.8, which has gathered some incredible surveys as of late and filled one of the gigantic holes in the scope of Sony glass.


The Sony FE 35mm f/1.8. I’d been hoping that this lens would be a little more affordable, but from the reviews, it seems that Sony didn’t hold back in terms of image quality.

Sony now has the chance to reach out into somewhat more specialty focal points. Some will be anxious to see the ultra wide-point autofocus prime referenced above, which would make numerous astrophotographers glad or maybe even a fisheye.


Sony a6x00 shooters may be somewhat disappointed to find that just one of the six focal points is expected to be APS-C, and many would have been quick to see a quick ultra-wide-edge zoom just as a telephoto zoom for crop-sensor cameras. The way things are, there are a couple of quick manual center primes, for example, the Venus Optics Laowa 12mm f/2.8 and the Rokinon/Samyang 12mm f/2.0, however anybody wanting a f/2.8 zoom and/or autofocus focal point at these central lengths should go full-outline.