Nikon D5600 is a midrange DX-format that sports a 24MP CMOS sensor with no optical low-pass filte and the EXPEED 4 processor. DxOMark tested 149 lenses on this new camera to find “Best lenses for the Nikon D5600”. Here are some affordable prime lenses for beginners. See the result below.
Paul Carroll has just posted a full review of the new released Zeiss Milvus 50mm F1.4 lens (Amazon| B&H| Adorama| eBay) at the DxOMark. Tested on the Canon EOS 5DS R, this new lens got the overall DxOMark score of 39 points, in second place for 50mm primes they have tested on the EOS 5DS R only behind the Sigma 50mm F1.4 Art. Read More »
Mark Goldstein has just posted a detailed review of the new released Panasonic Leica DG Vario-Elmarit 8-18mm F2.8-4.0 ASPH lens at the photographyblog. This is a new ultra-wide-angle silent, high-speed focusing zoom lens for the Micro Four Thirds system.
Kevin Carter has just posted a detailed review of the new released Sony FE 85mm F1.8 Lens (Amazon/B&H/ Adorama) at the DxOMark.com. Tested on the full-frame 42-Mpix Sony a7R II, this new lens achieved an excellent overall score of 46 points. What’s more important is that it is much cheaper than the rival Zeiss Batis 85mm F1.8 as well as the Sony FE 85mm f1.4 GM. So, it is one of the best portrait lenses for Sony A7 Series cameras.
Nino Batista has just posted a detailed comparison of Sigma 135mm F1.8 DG HSM | Art and Zeiss Milvus 135mm F2 lens at the fstoppers. There are two big differences between these two lenses. One is price: the Sigma costs $1,399 and Zeiss costs $2199 and the other is Autofocus: Sigma has it and Zeiss does not. Read More »