(4K) Battle of the Sony Extended Selection Zooms | Sony 70-300 vs 70-200 vs 24-240

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41 thoughts on “(4K) Battle of the Sony Extended Selection Zooms | Sony 70-300 vs 70-200 vs 24-240

  1. Hey I Have Sony SLT A58 THAT IS A-Mount And I Want To Buy A Lens Not professional but for my regular use so which lens I should buy…tamron,sigma or Sony and which model in it..please answer me fast

  2. I have the 24-240 and can't say enough awesome things about it. I've used it at a county fair, Disney World, Renaissance Faire, 4 studio model shoots, etc and it can almost do it all. Though in low light I use my 55 f/1.8 (great for bokeh portrait shots) or 28 f/2. I want to keep my kit as low weight as possible and the 24-240 isn't overly heavy. I was shooting with Nikkor 24-70 2.8, 70-200 2.8, and those are very heavy glass (especially the 70-200 which I wasn't using all that much.).

  3. Did I hear you correctly? "Your first professional wedding shoot so you had a chance to test…"??

    You should not, under ANY circumstances, be using someone's wedding to test out equipment. You should know it backwards, know exactly what you want to achieve, and how to get it. Anything less and you are doing a huge disservice to those who are paying you.

  4. great review! you help me a lot on deciding which long range lens should be my goal! I recently got a A7M2 and it came with the 28/70 F3.5 one. I know they I will be getting the Zeiss FE 16-35mm for sure cause i've already test it out before on my friend's A7M2. But I just cant decide what its gonna be for my long range lens! thanks for the review man!

  5. Really found this video useful. Thanks!
    Was wondering what you might pick as a portrait lens out of the Zeiss 55mm 1.8 or the Sony 90mm macro 2.8? Heard great things about both, my only concern is depth of field / studio space as my studio is very small. Would love anyone's opinions.

  6. Great review! I've been debating this for a minute now, as I have a broad range of subjects that I shoot. I'm still slightly on the fence, because I want the best image quality I can get, but I don't like having too many range limits either. Aaaahhhhh! Also, I'm working with the A6000 and A7ii and this would be my second full frame lens. I have the 55-210mm zoom, 35mm and 50mm prime for the A6000 (I know I can use them on the A7ii also), along with the zoom kit lenses for both. Maybe the 70 – 300mm would be best, since that covers the range I don't have?

  7. More real life OUTDOOR demos please. Full zoom range demo from 3 feet, 300 feet and 3000 feet. Fixed subject and wildlife. Looking for super sharp photos/videos with zoom framing at all ranges. Include added digital zoom results.

  8. Thanks for the input. I had and sold your 1st and 2nd choices. Currently have the A-mount 70-400 but will probably sell and get either the FE 70-200 f4 or the FE 70-300. One correction: the FE 70-300 is only a "G" lens, not a "GM" lens!

  9. I have the the Sony FS7, A7R2 and S2 with lens: sony zeiss 35mm 1.4, sony zeiss 55 1.8, sony G Master 85mm 1.4,Sony G len 90mm 2.8, sony G Master 24-70 2.8 Canon 11-24 L f4, ordered and waiting for my sony G Master 70-200 2.8 and Sony zeiss 50mm 1.4 and ill be good and broke lol but i love,love, love my system.

  10. Dude have you done a room tour? I need to go check.. Your vids are such awesome quality bro. Even though I don't have a Sony haha I still enjoyed hearing your thoughts on the lenses!! Very well done!

  11. I have the 24 – 240. it was my first and only lens for a long time. great lens, however I have two problems with it. although it's pretty wide at 24, the distance required to focus is about 2 ft from my experience. tried vlogging with it and I'm out of focus a lot. it could also be cuz I got short arms. and the biggest pet peeve for video. it's terrible for rack focusing. I'm not sure how to explain this, the focus points are not consistent. so for example if I take focus on an object, Mark the focus point on the focus ring, then try to focus out and back into the same focus point, it will NOT refocus on the object. I have to spin it an extra 180° or so, which basically means I'm spinning the ring 360° (I'm guesstimating). all I know is that I find my wrist awkwardly twisting to reach the new focus point. really hope Sony changes that. we have Cannon cameras at werk and non of them do that. I can't see why any camera would.

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