Sony FE 24 mm f/1.4 GM | Full-Frame, Wide Angle, Prime Lens (SEL24F14GM)
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- INCREDIBLY SHARP: Two XA (extreme aspherical) and three ED glass elements strategically deployed in an advanced optical design for superb resolution, clarity and contrast
- BEAUTIFULLY SMOOTH BACKGROUNDS: Circular 11-blade aperture for beautiful bokeh defocus effects
- CAPTURE ALL THE DETAIL: Sony Nano AR Coating to eliminate flare and ghosting
- FAST AND PRECISE: A high-power DDSSM (Direct Drive SSM) focus drive system provides the speed and precision required for both stills and video shooting
- PROFESSIONAL ERGONOMICS: A sealed dust and moisture resistant design provides extra protection to ensure reliable operation in challenging environments
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|Item Dimensions||3.54 x 3.15 x 0.39 inches||3.60 x 2.80 x 2.80 inches||4.49 x 3.82 x 4.69 inches||7.75 x 4.50 x 4.25 inches||3.90 x 3.07 x 3.07 inches|
|Item Weight||0.98 lbs||0.89 lbs||0.81 lbs||—||1.14 lbs|
|Lens Type||G Master lens||Wide Angle||Telephoto||Wide Angle||Wide Angle|
|Maximum Aperture||1.4 millimeters||1.4 millimeters||f/1.8||1.8 millimeters||4 millimeters|
|Maximum Focal Length||24||16 millimeters||85||20 millimeters||35 millimeters|
|Minimum Aperture||16||16 millimeters||22||22||22|
|Minimum Focal Length||24||16 millimeters||0.8||20 millimeters||16 millimeters|
|Photo Filter Thread Size||67 millimeters||67 millimeters||67 millimeters||—||72 millimeters|
Sony Sel24F14Gm Premium G Master 24Mm Wide Range Lens Unsparing Application Of Cutting-Edge Technology Achieves Refined G Master Performance With Consistently High Resolution And Soft, Natural Bokeh Even At The Widest F1. 4 Aperture Setting. The Lens Is Both Compact And The Lightest In Its Class, Maximizing Portability. It Also Offers Fast, Precise Af Drive, Top-Level Control And Reliability.
Lens hood (ALC-SH154)
Lens front cap (ALC-F67S)
Lens rear cap (ALC-R1EM)
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Coming from a M43 where my body + 3 lenses would only weigh roughly 1.7KG's in total (which is the reason I went M43 from a Canon DSLR) I didn't want to stray too far away from that sort of weight. I travel quite a bit from morning until night and weight is something I need to consider, this may differ from your needs though.
I had three lenses (or three focal area's I'd like) in mind when purchasing my A7iii:
This 24mm 1.4 GM (9cm long / 445g), Sony's 16-32 2.8 GM (12cm long / 680g) & Sony's 24-70 2.8 GM (13cm long / 886g)
After much thought and research, I opted for the 24mm focal length due to this being my go to length according to my Lightroom Metadata statistics, as well as the weight/size differences between them all, not to also mention the additional 2 f-stops which I would need for low light shots. The 24mm came in at the shortest and lightest vs the other two zoom lenses, this is probably no surprise there. The 16-32mm was a close second and I spent a while umming and arring, though the price was another £700 odd extra, so I opted for this 24mm.
After deciding the focal length I wanted, I looked at alternatives such as the Sigma 24mm 1.4 ART lens which was pretty much half the price of the Sony 24mm. After reading a ton of reviews, I felt the Sony came off as a better lens in terms of build quality, picture quality and the additional size/weight of the Sigma version (11.5cm long / 780g), that's an extra inch in length and 340g's more, which is 75~% heavier than the Sony 24mm, even more than the 16-32 2.8 lens I was considering.
A decent comparison review of both lenses I found could be read at lightandmatter org and DPreviews had good user comments if that helps someone else in the same choice as myself.
Enough about my personal sitational choice, and moving on to actual lens itself...
Build quality is solid, for something that weighs only 445g it feels dense and well balanced. Mounted onto my A7iii, it has a nice weight to it, not too heavy at the front, though single handed shooting is still something I need to adjust to coming from a M43 body + lense which weighs around 600-700 grams. the A7iii and the 24mm weighs in roughly around 1.1KG in total, which is not too bad for a mid-high end body and lens.
The lens features an aperature ring, many many reviews mention that the ring gets rotated during transport etc, though I haven't found that happening to myself (as of yet), I quite like having the aperture ring. There's a switch which allows you to transition from a clicky feedback to smooth ring rotation, great for videographers as it wont create noise/vibration when turning the aperture ring. Not something I would need, so I leave it on the click feedback so I can tell when I'm changing apertures if using the ring. There's also an A position on the ring to allow you to control the aperture via the camera body like you would normally do.
Vignetting appears slightly when wide open, but not really noticable after f2 or so, not that big of a deal as it can be controlled post processing anyway.
Center sharpness is exceptional and corner sharpness too is great across the image even at f1.4. Corner sharpness gets even better past f2.8 which amazes me even more so.
Autofocus is super quick and accurate 99% of the times, though this may also be situational depending on your body, but on the A7iii it's a huge huge huge step up from my 7-8 year old OMD EM5.
The bokeh is absolutely stunning, it features 11 aperture blades which create beautifully round circles which you may notice on lenses with 9 or less blades. Creates stunning creamy bokeh if that's what you're after, doesn't suffer from onion ring bokeh that the Sigma 24mm has a touch of.
The filter thread required is 67mm, quite a standard across the Sony lenses. The lens comes with a nice little lens carry case, which is a nice touch, though given the amount you're spending for the GM lenses, it's about right. A well designed lens hood is also included, it has a nice release button you need to press in order to take it off, making it a bit more secure.
Overall, yes it's an expensive lens, though if you're looking at the GM series of Sony lenses, you don't expect cheap. The overal quality, I feel personally, warrants the price. The Sigma is a great alternative and if pushed for money, I would have bought that instead and sacrificed on weight and size for money.
Quite a long winded review, though hopefully this helps someone that was in the same situation as myself!
El objetivo es una auténtica maravilla. Es ultra silencioso, el autofoco es de los más rápidos que he visto nunca y la definición no tiene precio.
He tenido objetivos como el 24-70 o el 70-200L IS II de Canon y, puestos a elegir, me quedaba con éste en cuanto a calidad general.
Aparte, la luminosidad y el desenfoque son algo maravilloso a f/1.4, realmente suave debido a las 11 láminas del diafragma.
Es un objetivo caro, pero me parece que está pagado cada euro por las fotos que se consiguen con él.