Sony E 11mm F1.8 Review

June 22, 2022 | Mark Goldstein | Rating star Rating star Rating star Rating star Half rating star

Review Roundup

Reviews of the Sony E 11mm F1.8 from around the web. »

While the 11mm F1.8 is the cheapest of the 3 (and the only one to not receive the superior “G” branding), it remains one of the most interesting of the three to me because of its combination of focal length, maximum aperture, and compact size. The 11mm has less features relative to the other two lenses (no aperture ring, no PowerZoom, obviously), but at the same time it is more fully featured than most Sony APS-C lenses.
Read the full review » »

The Sony E 11mm f1.8 is an exciting new addition to the company’s lineup of APSC lenses, delivering ultra-wide coverage with a bright aperture in a compact and light barrel at a reasonably affordable price. As a non-G lens, it may lack the ultimate bite of higher-end models, but still performs respectably for subjects near and far, with the added flexibility of very close focusing providing additional opportunities.
Read the full review » »

The Sony 11mm f1.8 lens was arguably needed for a while. It’s weather-resistant, has a fast aperture, and is lightweight. What more could you ask for? Of course we could demand higher image quality. And that’s perhaps where I wonder about this lens. Make no mistake, it exhibits good image quality. But whenever I think I see something good from Sony, they go and outdo themselves. So, I wonder how Sony could’ve make this non G-series or G Master lens even better.
Read the full review »