Which is best, the Tamron 17-28 F2.8 or the Sony Zeiss 16-35 F4 full frame e-mount lens review and comparison video.
Tuber Peter Lindgren compares the Tamron 17-28 F2.8 and Sony Zeiss 16-35 F4 to each other and shares his opinion on the two lenses.
The new Tamron 17-28mm F/2.8 Di III RXD (Model A046) is a large aperture, super wide-angle lens for Sony E-mount full-frame mirrorless cameras like the a7iii and a7R IV. The Tamron 17-28mm brings a filter diameter of 67mm as well as an extra light weight of 14.8 oz. and short length of 3.9 in. Its compact build provides excellent balance on the small sized mirrorless cameras and is easy to port. The lens has a large F/2.8 aperture for the entire zoom range and produces high-resolution and contrast edge-to-edge. With an ultra-wide-angle focal length, large constant F/2.8 aperture and an Minimum Object Distance focal of 7.5 in. at the wide-angle end will allow for a multitude of situations.
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Sony Zeiss 16-35 F4 specs:
ZEISS 35mm Full Frame wide-angle zoom lens
Constant F4 maximum aperture throughout zoom range
ZEISS T Star anti-reflective coating minimizes flare
Built-in OSS (Optical SteadyShot) image stabilization
Dust and moisture resistant design
Minimum focus distance: 0.28 m (0.92 ft)
Maximum Magnification ratio (x): 0.19x
Filter Diameter (mm): 72 mm
Weight: 518 g (18.3 oz)