The Sony 50mm F1.8 OSS is a staple lens that pairs really great with cameras like the Sony a6000 or a6300. Because of the OSS (optical stabilization) the lens can be used both in video as well as used with slow shutter speeds when taking photos. This video looks at both image and video samples with this lens combination. It’s not a complete review as the rest will take a look at the auto-focusing capabilities in a later video.

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that1cameraguy

March 9, 2020

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Jakob Kopaczewski

March 9, 2020

I usually dont event comment on videos, but just wanted to say that you explained it so good! ive got an a6000 but wanna buy a full frame so im just gonna wait and buy the lens after. Thanks

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Harjinder Vlogs

March 9, 2020

Potrait video with sony 5100 possible if yes what lens to use ?

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Don Almonte

March 9, 2020

mine doesnt have that noise

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Mike M

March 9, 2020

Hi, you said this lens is $200 to $300. It's $348. What's the deal? Thanks.

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The Lofty N-Scaler

March 9, 2020

So, IS there performance Degrading when using FULL Frame lenses on a APS-C body? I have heard that there is a performance as far as detail is lessened when using full-frame glass on an APS-C body. Is this a myth? I see in this video you compared a full-frame lens to the APS-C lens. The center's were sharp. So I am confused if you are better off with APS-C lenses or Full Frame Lenses on an APS-C body?! Thoughts? DO you have a Video on this??

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Norman Mosjos

March 9, 2020

I do not understand why people tend to talk so much about video quality when we all know that this cameras primarily are for photos, no video!!!!

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tecnolover2642

March 9, 2020

Your results are consistant with those lenses. The 50mm crop lens is all around a better lens for the a6000 and has a tony bit more clarity. Dx0mark tests showed that. However, I have to disagree a bit with your reasoning in this video. There is really no point in buying the FE 50mm at all if you have an a6000. Doesn't even matter if you will later upgrade to a full frame or not. Just sell your crop lens and move up to a good full frame lens. If you are going to upgrade to a full frame camera anyway then it stands to reason you are becoming serious about photography so image quality will be more important and you wont be happy with that lens and sell it anyway. Use the money from selling it to go with the Zeiss 55mm 1.8 instead….much better lens!

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Her Royal Hair Bundles

March 9, 2020

I love your videos . So informative and helpful. Thank you .

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Mr Tech

March 9, 2020

I've used lenses 30 years old with far less dust the sealing must be really sub par

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nagendra chaudhary

March 9, 2020

please let me know since it it 50 mm lens while using it in a6000 does it become 75 mm lens, and can it zoom or not?

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Dylan

March 9, 2020

I really want to like OSS but I've had several OSS lenses kept getting stuck and stopped working. The kit lens that comes with the a5000 is a 16-50mm OSS. I'd try to turn the camera off and the lens wouldn't return to the kind of storage mode. Just getting stuck about half way out and after several days it just stopped working completely. I've had it happen multiple times now. After awhile it's exhausting spending $200-$300 on lenses that keep failing that Sony won't fix. I really like their non OSS lenses though like the FE 50mm so I think that's probably the next best option especially if I'll eventually go to the a7 series eventually.

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Elsah Nijdam

March 9, 2020

I have the same lense but mine doesn't have stabilisation? How do I turn it on

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SS Productionz

March 9, 2020

I want to use the OSS 50MM lens for music videos, low light is mainly the reason i need this lens for, close up and long distance as you know how music videos are these days, i have the sony 6300 and will be filming in 4k of course, is this lens for me? It will be my first ever lens i will be purchasing on a camera, will i be happy with this lens for music videis in day light and low light, will this do the perfect job comparing to the kit lens for sony a6300 which i purchased 2 days ago but do not agree with low light conditions? Please help

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Logger Key

March 9, 2020

Nice video! Thanks! I want to shoot portraits in my studio indoors, what lenses should i use , i need close up portraits? thanks

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Christopher Wong

March 9, 2020

Dear experts, apologies but i am completely new to Sony, planning to get my D6000 for 1080p video purpose soon as well as some hobby portrait shots, just a quick question,

if i pick up the APSC 50mm OSS, what focal length am i seeing with my A6000? Pure 50mm or 75mm?

Thanks!

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Jeff Rendered

March 9, 2020

My go to lens! It’s a must buy if you have a Sony Corp camera!

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Ionut Murgu

March 9, 2020

Heelooooo!!!! Please help me. Sony a6000 or Nikon D5300? Which one is beast for contrast and clarity. ? Thank Youuuuuuu:D :X

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Richard Crowe

March 9, 2020

I have fallen in love with the A6500 and don't plan to go full frame with my mirrorless gear. I have full frame photography well covered with my Canon DSLR setup! So I picked up this lens for informal portraiture…

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JM-Thanz

March 9, 2020

what model is that lowepro bag?

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Ilham Khasbullah

March 9, 2020

Does it work for a5100?

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Frdzhnfds

March 9, 2020

What is the name of your tripod with one leg.

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Mohsin Sait

March 9, 2020

I can't decide between this and the Sigma 30 f1.4

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Atha Ariyanta

March 9, 2020

How to record camera display?

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Erick Ordonez

March 9, 2020

Whats the thing you use to hold your phone to the camera?

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Sabinchen

March 9, 2020

You answered all my questions. Thank you so much

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City Escape Griller

March 9, 2020

8 months late… Love this lens. I have the black version. No noise on at all. Beautiful bokeh. 50mm (75mm equivalent) is pretty long but great for portraits. Sharp and gorgeous. Some of the best pictures I've ever taken were with this lens. For a5000, a5100, a6000, a6300, definitely get the aps-c version. I owned the FE28 full frame lens with no OSS and shooting in an action situation with low light half of my pictures came out blurry. Also, I really believe that if you're shooting aps-c, you're best served with an aps-c lens. Also, this lens is pretty inexpensive so you can't go wrong.

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Hans Meier

March 9, 2020

Autofokus of sel501.8 is about 30% at moving subjects. chromatic aberration are Extreme at 1.8. In the sun you get red shining borders around the object. If you test it at perfect light and none moving model it is ok.

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Ian Stacey

March 9, 2020

USED IT FOR FILMING TURNED MY FILM INTO A PROFESSIONAL LOOKING REALLY LIKE 7 YES IT IS A BIT NOISY BUT DONT AFFECT FILMS SOUND 10/10

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EJ Session

March 9, 2020

I know this is an old video, but I bought my 50 Saturday I’ve noticed that the auto focus will not stop. It will focus, then re focus, then focus again all the while I’m waiting to take a shot. But I love the lens as I’m a new photographer. I’m going to try manual focus today, see if I can do any better.

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That Guy

March 9, 2020

Wait, so is the OSS version not full frame? I'm a little confused…

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Nicolas von Normann

March 9, 2020

the exact comparison I was looking for

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Vi Lê

March 9, 2020

so with sony a6000, which lens are better 50mm f1.8 OSS or FE bro ?

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Jesse Lau

March 9, 2020

Are you Chinese?my friend

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slim Large

March 9, 2020

Hey dude, great channel I watch it regularly. I like to take photos of graffiti and various street art. From my research this is one of the better, more affordable lenses for this style of photography. Given my interests do you recommend this lens? Thanks!!!!

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Rizki Mahesar

March 9, 2020

Hi there. For macro photography, should I go for the 30mm or can this 50mm do a great job? I am using A6300. Thanks!

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Christian Mazza

March 9, 2020

this is a 50mm lens for APS-c camera right? So it gets multiplicated for 1.6 or it remains 50mm?

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Didar U

March 9, 2020

Would this been good for car photography, for good background blur and shallow depth of field?

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Charlie Fig

March 9, 2020

I might be crazy but are you from the Bako area? I noticed from the shots in the video that you might be from the area I grew up….lol I grew up in the 93215 but now live in the SD.

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Ashlee Brown

March 9, 2020

Hummmm. . . just noticed in the video you were comparing 1.8 on the crop sensor and the full frame lens versions. You talked about the blurriness in the corners. This makes sense. I'd say that the full frame will be a better more consistent lens and here is why. With your depth of field when you shoot a flat wall and have the len's level as your focused area you'll lose the focus on those outer edges because it's further way than your center point. Take a string tie it to your tripod then take that string to the center point of your picture then try to move it to the corners of your frame with out moving your measurement on the string.. This will show you the distance difference and therefor show you that those outer edges will be softer focused because of that depth of field.

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Yago Brasil

March 9, 2020

sigma 30mm 1.4 or Sony 50mm 1.8?

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Hariharan P.R.

March 9, 2020

I am using Sony A6000.. can we use adapter to use Canon lens with less f value.

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B U L L A R T W O R K S

March 9, 2020

I thought in the menu of a6000.. There is option for Steadyshot? Which mean stabilization?

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Henrik Bruun

March 9, 2020

the reason for better corner detail on fullframe lens, is due to the use of the center of lense only, the sweet spot of the lens, and the apc lens use the corner too

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Abhi Shek

March 9, 2020

Dude 35mm or 50mm which should I buy for portrait or street portrait please can u give some advice thank you

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The Unexplained

March 9, 2020

There is a misconception that is lens is dead silent in video mode. But it's not silent it's just very quiet

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The Unexplained

March 9, 2020

I have this lens for my Sony NEX-5R and it's very sharp. I love it I think it's the best e mount lens for the money

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