In this Sony E-Mount Lens Guide I will go over all currently available lenses made by Sony for their E-Mount Mirrorless Camera Systems. Lots of other manufactures make lenses for the E-Mount cameras as well, so be sure to check out those guides also… All E-Mount Lens Guides >>
All the Sony E-Mount Lenses in this guide are Autofocus capable lenses as well just to let you know.
Scroll down to check out the different SonyFull Frame E-mount (FE) and APS-C E-Mount (E) lenses currently available.
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Full Frame (FE) = Sony A1, A7C, A9 II, A9, A7R IV, A7r III, A7S III, A7sII, A7III, Etc…
APS-C (E) – Sony A6600, A6500, A6400, A6300, A6100, Etc…
The Sony full frame sensor cameras and APS-C sensor sized cameras BOTH USE the same E-Mount, but the lenses are designed differently for the sensor coverage required. FE stands for full frame coverage, but will work on the crop factor APS-C sensor cameras just fine. The APS-C lenses will work on the full frame cameras, but only in crop factor mode, unless you change the setting on the camera forcing it to work in full frame mode. Some lenses like the E 10-18mm f/4 OSS Lens for example, will work in full frame mode, but only to about 12mm on the wide end. Any wider and you will see the heavy vignette start to creep in.
These lenses are designed specifically for full frame coverage cameras like the Sony A9, A7 III, A7rIII, and A7sII, for example. However, they will also work on the crop factor cameras like the A6500, A6400, A6000 etc…
The Sony full frame E-mount lenses listed below will be listed in order of focal length and aperture speed. For example: from 24mm wide angle to 400mm telephoto, and from f/1.4 to f/2.8 if the focal lengths are the same.