Sony has expanded its E-mount collection with a trio of new lenses: the Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar T* 16-70mm (24-105mm-equivalent), constant aperture f/4 zoom; the first G lens with an E-mount, the power-zoom 18-105mm, f/4 constant aperture lens; and an all-black verion of its 50mm, f/1.4 lens.
Two new cameras announced today include the 16 megapixel, NEX-5T mirrorless camera, which is the first Sony camera equipped with NFC (near field communication) and the $400 (with kits lens) 20 megapixel, a3000, a DSLR-styled camera that accepts E-mount lenses.
The 18-105mm G lens will be available inDecember, all other products will ship in September and are available for pre-order. For more information and images, please visit our sister site’s Tech Tuesday blog and the Sony site.
- 16-70mm: $1,000
- 18-105mm: $600
- 50mm: $300
- NEX-5T: $700 (kit)/550 (body only)
- a3000: $400 with kit lens
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