Best Buy Cameras, Camcorders & Drones Digital Camera Accessories Camera Lenses Mirrorless Lenses Mirrorless Prime Lenses Product Details Questions & Answers Model: SEL16F28 SKU: 1230546 Ask a Question Sort by: Most helpful answers Most answers Most recent questions Most recent answers Oldest questions Best answer: This lens for its wide angle is perfect for taking panoramic photos. You can also use it for indoors photos where in a small space captures a big scene. Show more answers Best answer: No, this is a crop sensor lens, while it technically works, you'll see a black vignette on the outside due to the difference in size between the sensors. Show more answers Best answer: Hi DGalv! The Sony 16mm prime lens is a lot better than the 16-50mm zoom lens in terms of image quality, sharpness, speed, & low light capability. -Anthony Show more answers Best answer: Hi JohnK, this is an ideal lens, whether shooting cramped indoor interiors, majestic scenery, detail photography, and group shots. Dave Show more answers Best answer: This fits the following models: Sony NEX-7, Sony a3000, Sony a5000, Sony NEX-F3, Sony a5100, Sony a6000, Sony NEX-6, Sony NEX-5T/5R/5N, Sony NEX-3N. Best answer: I would say it depends where you are shooting from. Personally, I would go with a bit of a larger mm and maybe a zoom option. Show more answers Best answer: Hi! A prime or fixed lens is always sharper and has better overall image quality than a zoom lens. -Anthony Show more answers Best answer: No such thing as silly if you’re learning! Your lens is a zoom, so if you would like to get close to a sunset or tree in the distance, it would be perfect. This lens is lower in mm (16 vs 55) so the lens is going to be more curved. You’ll be able to get a wider shot, but no zoom. Show more answers A: Hi Rose, the lens is compatible with A7rii with some restrictions (1) The angle of view will be narrower down to that of APS-C size. (2) The "Focal plane phase detection AF" function does not work.
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