Sony FE 50mm F1.8 - E-Mount Prime Lens

  • £280
  • £239.00

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  • Fits Sony E mount cameras
  • Full Frame Lens
  • 75mm on APS-C Cameras
  • Bright F1.8 max aperture
  • Aspherical element
  • Fast DC actuator
  • Metal bayonet mount
  • Beautiful bokeh
  • Ideal for lowlight & portrait
  • 49mm Filter Thread
  • Inc lens hood

A large-aperture 50mm prime lens is a must-have for camera users, and this is an excellent, affordable choice.
Small, light, bright: a great normal prime

A large-aperture 50mm prime lens is a must-have for serious full-frame camera users, and this is an excellent, affordable choice. The optical design is state-of-the-art for high image quality, and the large F1.8 maximum aperture can produce gorgeous background bokeh. On APS-C format E-mount bodies it provides equally high quality with an equivalent focal length of about 75mm.

Lifelike detail, texture, and gradation

An updated double-gauss optical configuration with an aspherical element minimises spherical aberration and coma for high image quality right out to the image periphery.

Dreamy large-aperture prime lens bokeh

A large F1.8 maximum aperture and 7-blade circular aperture work together to create beautiful background bokeh that can make subjects stand out in deep, dimensional images.

Shoot at night or in dimly lit interiors

An F1.8 maximum aperture makes it easier to shoot clear night or indoor shots. Combined with in-body image stabilisation you can even shoot handheld without boosting ISO.

A lens you can depend on

A metal mount adds a sophisticated feel as well as solid durability.

Sony FE 50mm F/1.8
Focal Length (35mm Equiv)
50mm
Max Aperture
f1.8
Minimum Aperture
f22
Minimum Focus (cm)
45
Lens Mount
Sony E-Mount
Sensor format
Full Frame
Aperture blades
7
Dust / Moisture resistance
Yes
Stabilisation
No
Filter Thread (mm)
49
Size (mm)
68.6 x 59.5
Weight (g)
186
Colour
Black
Hood
ALC-SH146
Accessories Included
Caps / Hood
Warranty
1 year

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