In addition to adding the wide-angle zoom lens to your camera bag, the Sony E 10-18mm f/4 OSS Lens with UV Filter Kit from B&H also includes a versatile 62mm UV filter.
- E-Mount Lens/APS-C Format
- 15-27mm (35mm Equivalent)
- Aperture Range: f/4 to f/22
- One Super ED & Three Aspherical Elements
E 10-18mm f/4 OSS Lens with UV Filter Kit Overview
E 10-18mm f/4 OSS Lens with UV Filter Kit Specs
E 10-18mm f/4 OSS Lens with UV Filter Kit Reviews
Love this Lens
This lens takes really nice wide angle pictures. Glad I have added it to my collection.
Great lens! Great service.
Easy to order, exactly as advertised. I rely on reviews, write ups, and spec pages to make sure I'm getting what I pay for. This lens is perfect for real estate photography and landscapes.
Sharp & Great zoom for wide angle
This lens does a very good job for wide angle shots, and also creates some very good bokeh as well.
I love it
At last, at last is the lens on my A6300 and A6100.
Pricey, but Indispensable
OK, maybe not indispensable. I suppose you could carry a 10 or 12mm prime and an 18mm and swap back and forth and ignore that big gap in the middle, but if you're a fan of wide, this is a sweet lens. Nicely made and finished, it just WORKS. The only downside is the price, but you'll only regret that when you write the check. You'll thank yourself every time you use it.
Love This Thing
This is a fantastic wide angle zoom for APS-C. Quick to focus, tack sharp and great for landscape photography and video.
Small & lightweight at the cost of soft edges
I've been using this lens for the past 7 years with the A6000 and A6400. This is a fantastically small and lightweight lens that you can carry anywhere but at the cost of soft edges and poor performance for certain kinds of nighttime shooting, such as astrophotography. About 15-20% of each side is stretched out/distorted and soft, and you'll often have to stop down to f8+ to get them acceptable. The center is good, but nowhere near premium lenses. Get this lens if you truly need the smaller size and lighter weight, otherwise there are much better lenses with the choices available today. I had been shooting with Canon gear for about 12 years and I had a full frame Canon kit with all heavy f2.8 lenses & primes. The Canon however was a burden to carry when hiking an average of 10-14 miles with a typical elevation gain of about 4000ft, or when being active/going out with the girlfriend. So I bought the A6000 with this lens and the 18-105. Being able to carry the small Sony with me everywhere with a range of 10-105mm means I have grabbed far more shots than I would have with just the Canon. I sold most of my Canon gear, but in the last 2 years I've been migrating back to more capable lenses such as the Tokina 11-20 f2.8 (which blows the Sony 10-18 away) and Canon 70-200 f2.8 IS + MC11 adapter whenever I can get away with heavier, bulkier gear. I just get better results with them and more shooting capability. I'll still keep the Sony 10-18 but reserve it's use for hiking, kayaking, and going out with the gf.
So far, I love it
First, my use case: - Sony NEX7 - Most photos made in the last 15 years are travel/street/people. - Previously, macro and close in landscape. That said, I really like wide/ultra wide lenses for street photography. My favorite walk-around lens for urban environments has been the Sony 16mm pancake. In conjunction with the NEX7, it's pocketable (if you have large pockets). This lens is very big by comparison. To be honest, it's bigger than I thought it would feel on the NEX. As an f4, it's slower, but the OSS makes it pretty much equivalent, allowing a stop slower shutter speed. I've only had a few hours and three venues with the lens, but I've decided it's a Christmas gift to myself that I will really enjoy growing with! The filter and cleaning kit are totally redundant with things I already have, so I expect I will gift them to another photographer. They had nothing to do with the purchase of the wonderful lens (sorry B&H, I know you meant well)