Sony FE System (Full Frame)

This article presents all of the original lenses designed to work with Sony's full-frame mirrorless cameras with Sony E mount.

An article listing all Sony FE full-length lenses

Article listing all Sony FE full-frame lenses

All Full Frame Sony E-mount Cameras

List of Sony FE lenses for these cameras


  1. Sony FE 14 mm F / 1.8 GM [April 2021, BHphotovideo]
  2. Sony FE 20 mm F / 1.8 G [February 2020, BHphotovideo]
  3. Sony FE 24 mm F / 1.4 GM [September 2018, BHphotovideo]
  4. Sony FE 24 mm F / 2.8 G [March 2021, BHphotovideo]
  5. Sony FE 28 mm F / 2.0 [March 2015, BHphotovideo]
  6. Sony FE 35 mm F / 1.4 GM [January 2021, BHphotovideo]
  7. Sony FE 35 mm F / 1.4 ZA [August 2014, BHphotovideo]
  8. Sony FE 35 mm F / 1.8 [July 2019, BHphotovideo]
  9. Sony FE 35 mm F / 2.8 ZA [October 2013, BHphotovideo]
  10. Sony FE 40 mm F / 2.5 G [March 2021, BHphotovideo]
  11. Sony FE 50 mm F / 1.2 GM [March 2021, BHphotovideo]
  12. Sony FE 50 mm F / 1.4 ZA [July 2016, BHphotovideo]
  13. Sony FE 50 mm F / 1.4 GM [February 2023, BHphotovideo]
  14. Sony FE 50 mm F / 1.8 [March 2016, BHphotovideo]
  15. Sony FE 50 mm F / 2.8 Macro [August 2016, BHphotovideo]
  16. Sony FE 50 mm F / 2.5 G [March 2021, BHphotovideo]
  17. Sony FE 55 mm F / 1.8 ZA [October 2013, BHphotovideo]
  18. Sony FE 85 mm F / 1.4 GM [February 2016, BHphotovideo]
  19. Sony FE 85 mm F / 1.8 [February 2017, BHphotovideo]
  20. Sony FE 90 mm F / 2.8 Macro G OSS [March 2015, BHphotovideo]
  21. Sony FE 100 mm F / 2.8 STF GM OSS [February 2017, BHphotovideo]
  22. Sony FE 135 mm F / 1.8 GM [February 2019, BHphotovideo]
  23. Sony FE 300 mm F / 2.8 GM OSS [November 2023, BHphotovideo]
  24. Sony FE 400 mm F / 2.8 GM OSS [June 2018, BHphotovideo]
  25. Sony FE 600 mm F / 4 GM OSS [June 2019, BHphotovideo]


  1. Sony FE 12-24 mm F / 2.8 GM [July 2020, BHphotovideo]
  2. Sony FE 12-24 mm F / 4 G [May 2017, BHphotovideo]
  3. Sony FE 16-25 mm F / 2.8 G [April 2024, BHphotovideo]
  4. Sony FE 16-35 mm F / 2.8 GM [May 2017, BHphotovideo]
  5. Sony FE 16-35 mm F / 2.8 GM II [August 2023, BHphotovideo]
  6. Sony FE 16-35 mm T / 3.1 PZ G C [November 2020, BHphotovideo]
  7. Sony FE 16-35 mm F / 4 ZA OSS [September 2014, BHphotovideo]
  8. Sony FE 16-35 mm F / 4 PZ G [March 2022, BHphotovideo]
  9. Sony FE 20-70 mm F / 4 G  [January 2023, BHphotovideo]
  10. Sony FE 24-50 mm F / 2.8 G [February 2024, BHphotovideo]
  11. Sony FE 24-70 mm F / 2.8 GM [February 2016, BHphotovideo]
  12. Sony FE 24-70 mm F / 2.8 GM II [April 2022, BHphotovideo]
  13. Sony FE 24-70 mm F / 4 ZA OSS [October 2013, BHphotovideo]
  14. Sony FE 24-105 mm F / 4 G OSS [October 2017, BHphotovideo]
  15. Sony FE 24-240 mm F / 3.5-6.3 OSS [March 2015, BHphotovideo]
  16. Sony FE 28-60 mm F / 4-5.6 [September 2020, BHphotovideo]
  17. Sony FE 28-70 mm F / 3.5-5.6 OSS [October 2013, BHphotovideo]
  18. Sony FE 28-135 mm F / 4 G PZ OSS [September 2014, BHphotovideo]
  19. Sony FE 70-200 mm F / 2.8 GM OSS [October 2017, BHphotovideo]
  20. Sony FE 70-200 mm F / 2.8 GM OSS II [October 2021, BHphotovideo]
  21. Sony FE 70-200 mm F / 4 G OSS [October 2013, BHphotovideo]
  22. Sony FE 70-200 mm F / 4 Macro OSS II [July 2023, BHphotovideo]
  23. Sony-FE 70-300 mm F / 4.5-5.6 G OSS [March 2016, BHphotovideo]
  24. Sony FE 100-400 mm F / 4.5-5.6 GM OSS [April 2017, BHphotovideo]
  25. Sony FE 200-600 mm F / 5.6-6.3 G OSS [June 2019, BHphotovideo]

Autofocus full-frame lenses for Sony E / FE mount are also available from other manufacturers:

Materials on the topic

  1. Full frame mirrorless systems... Discussion, choice, recommendations.
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  3. Cropped mirrorless systems that have stopped or are no longer developing
  4. Digital SLR systems that have stopped or are no longer developing
  5. JVI or EVI (an important article that answers the question 'DSLR or mirrorless')
  6. About mirrorless batteries
  7. Simple and clear medium format
  8. High-speed solutions from Chinese brands
  9. All fastest autofocus zoom lenses
  10. All fastest AF prime lenses
  11. Mirrored full frame on mirrorless medium format
  12. Autofocus Speed ​​Boosters
  13. One lens to rule the world
  14. The impact of smartphones on the photography market
  15. What's next (smartphone supremacy)?
  16. All announcements and novelties of lenses and cameras

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Comments: 177, on the topic: Sony FE System (Full Frame)

  • anonym

    In general, I would gladly send my Fuji X-E2 to Arcadia together with 27mm and 14mm glasses, but I live in Russia where the post office and customs open packages with i-phone or other valuable packages and put stones or potatoes in place of the phone, so I won’t tempt fate. But I would very much like Arkady to feel Fuji X-E2 for a week and tell his opinion.

  • Spider beetles

    Sony full frame mirrorless lenses are healthy, scary and expensive. Yes, the quality is excellent, but what is the point of overpaying if the main advantage of a mirrorless carcass is lost - compactness? Unclear. Not practical.

    • Anonymous-Fujifilm

      Here I am about the same. They are huge and this is their main minus which covers any pluses.

  • anonym

    Macro on a width of 14mm f2.8 Fujinon. With Fuji shirik can also be makrikom.

    • Yarkiya

      Well, what is this macro? This is not even a close-up. Here is a lizard macro.

  • anonym

    And as be macro.

  • anonym

    And also kakbe macro.

  • anonym

    Yes, and whale Nikon at 18mm will be such a macro

  • anonym

    Not to be unfounded, here's a camera JPEG with the Fuji X-E2 + 14mm f2.8 fujinon.
    Pay attention to the dynamic range, you can see the clouds, and all the shadows are plums. And this is on f2.8 aperture and even shot under the scorching dinner sun, in the back (visible on the shadows on the plums) camera JPEG. This shot was made on DD 200, but it was possible to put DD 400 in general.

  • Eugene

    “The range of Sony E-mount full-frame lenses is still very small, lacking the classic professional lenses of the 16-35 / 2.8, 24-70 / 2.8, 70-200 / 2.8, 85 / 1.4, 135/2 classes, etc. ., there are also no cheap and affordable lenses of class 50 / 1.4, 50 / 1.8, etc. "

    We consider fifty dollars:
    1) sprinkled SEL50 1,8, unique, maybe. stub + good drawing. And inexpensive.
    2) Sonnar 55 1,8, unique in technical parameters (see tests) and a fifty-fifty portrait picture, there are no direct analogues, the prices are from 800, i.e. in _ own_class_ are quite normal.
    3) Loxia 50 - Planar honed to shine, fans of the Zeisso-Leiko-Planar installation are delighted. cheaper than similar Leeks.
    4) Touit macro 50 2,8 - macros.

    There are 16-35 / 4, 24-70 / 4, 70-200 / 4, and this is more than logical for a mirrorless system, autofocus doesn’t care, /2.8 or 4.
    And the weight and price are much less. The quality of the same 70-200 / 4 is excellent. stop back and forth ... but gain in weight and size.

    Makrushnik 90 / 2.8 is still a little expensive, but this is the start of sales, 70-200 / 4 also cost 1500 at the start, and now there are, starting from 1200.

    Zeiss 85 /1.8 is unique in the combination of the achieved technical parameters and portrait drawing, i.e. it cannot be compared with the old simple 85 /1.8, its price is also quite justified.

    The cropped 10-18 is one of the best in its class. Price ... before the release of the cheap Canon 10-18 STM it was at the level of competitors, now the Canon 10-18 STM is the cheapest in this class.

    Those. the line is small, but there are already many unique ones in it.

    • Arkady Shapoval

      And what does the cropped and manual lenses have to do with it?

  • Eugene

    Despite the fact that the Sony E system includes both cropped and FF lenses. Moreover, all of them can be used both on crop and on FF cameras.
    Loxia manual lenses, etc. are also part of the Sony E ecosystem, this is an indisputable fact, but whether someone likes them or not is a personal matter for everyone.

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Well, in this article we are not talking about the crooked, or about the manual. But, of course, you need to justify the system by any means :)

  • Eugene

    Why justify? The system is, in fact, neither add nor subtract. Zeiss' unique line-up of chic new manual focus lenses is a feature of the system.
    Screen and EVI make their use very convenient.

  • Maugli

    Stunned! Sonya handsomes, 24-70 / 2,8 70-200 / 2,8 85 / 1,4. 11 petal diaphragm on the last two, bravo!

    • anonym

      Maugli, did you see their price? Look, rejoice.

      • Maugli

        It seems like 2200 for 24-70 and 1800 for 85-ku. And then Canon and Nikon give away their free =) By the way, Nikon has been raising prices for optics in the Japanese market since 2016.

        • anonym

          Nikonovskie 85 1.4g and 24-70 for about $ 1.5k are new + a significant market for used equipment.

          • Maugli

            I agree that it is expensive, but for example: the average price of a Canon EF 85mm f / 1.2L II USM on today is 143 rubles. The Central Bank rate for today is 900, a total of 76,4609 dollars. The price of is 1893 dollars. The NIKKOR 1999mm f / 85G at really costs $ 1.4.

  • Alexander

    Good day. Tell me which lenses are suitable for the Sony A7 photo card for shooting video. compact and weighed little, with autofocus or with manual AF. third-party manufacturers.

  • Food

    My question is, the Sony A7m3 camera has an FE mount (35mm) whether it is possible to put lenses with E (DX) on it without an adapter.
    And what is the difference.
    Of all the sevens of Sony, only the A7 m3 has the FE mount E. The rest are E.
    I’m not familiar with Sonya yet.
    Explain please.

    • Arkady Shapoval

      All full-frames have an FE mount, it is mechanically the same as E. The only difference is that cameras with an E mount are designed primarily for cropped lenses. Also, you can install a lens from the crop on a full-frame camera. In this case, there will either be a vignette or you need to switch the camera to APS-C mode

      • Food

        Thanks for the reply.
        Good luck to you

      • Eugene

        Tell me, please, can I install a Sigma 18-300mm F3.5-6.3 DC Macro OS HSM C lens on a Sony a7 II camera without an adapter? Thanks in advance.

  • Human

    Arkady, not so long ago a new lens appeared for the full-frame Sony E at an attractive price viltrox 85mm f1.8. It would be interesting to have a higher opinion of him.

  • Alexey

    I can't figure it out, is everything in sony E like on canon ef / ef-s? Full-frame lenses are designated FE, and cropped lenses are either E or E? Will crop mode be turned on when cropped to full frame? Is it possible to mount a full frame lens on a cropped Sony?

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Yes, it is possible (not like EFS)

  • Artem

    Oh, I would like a complete list of all lenses from all manufacturers for Sony FE

    • Arkady Shapoval

      A complete list of autofocus lenses is right there, only a couple of manufacturers produce af: Tamron, Sigma, Tokina, Viltrox, Samyang, Zeiss Batis, Yongnuo, TTArtisan and their links are right there.

  • Yaroslav

    Vitayu, Yaki is good not too expensive, can you take it on a Sonya for an interior? ☺️ Hourly, Dyakuyu!

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Manual - from LAOWA (for every taste), or fence with an adapter, for example, for Canon EF-> SONY FE
      Autofox - Samyang: 14/2.8, 18/2.8, Viltrox: 16/1.8, Sigma 17/4C DN

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