The best APS-C Lenses for Video for Sony E-Mount (A6000, A6100, A6400, A6600)


This video is about the best APS-C lenses for filmmaking or video for the Sony E-Mount. They can be used for the Sony A6000, A6100, A6300, A6400, A6500 and A6600). In this video I show you my favorite lenses and the possible alternatives.

Zoom Lenses
Sony 18-105 F4:
Sony 16-70 F4 Zeiss:
Sony 16-55 F2.8:
Sony 10-18 F4:

Prime Lenses
Sony 35mm F1.8:
Sigma 30mm F1.4:
Sony 24mm F1.8:
Sigma 16mm F1.4:

My main camera:
My main lens:
My favorite lens:
My lens for great Bokeh:
Best SD-Card to shoot 4K video:
My microphone:
Sappheiros – Falling
Niwel – Morning Lights



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  1. I’m not fond of taking videos but more on stills. Also, I acquired Sony a6600 by accident. I won it in our office anniversary raffle. What lens would you suggest for stills photography?

  2. I really think the Laowa 9mm 2.8 ZD should be included here. It’s small, very sharp and doesn’t need to be focused past three feet. The Laowas are an unbelievable Chinese lens value for the quality throughout their product line.

  3. Sony lenses are overpriced. The sigma make this system reasonable, but these zoom lenses at f4 costing $900-$1500 are ridiculous. The canon EF equivalents are so much cheaper. And then people keep telling you to just get FF because a73 is cheap and you have 2 Cheap Tamron zooms. But they don’t tell you the G Masters and primes are even much more overpriced and often ridiculous and weighs like a mountain. Sony is quite quite over-rated for consumers. Yes, for pros all the features make their jobs much easier, but for consumers it’s a trap. For consumers, the only real selling point is the AF system, otherwise I say stick with Canon EF-S.

  4. The Sony 16-55 f2.8 deserves a shout out here. Super sharp, much faster than the 18-105, and the auto focus tech in that lens is unrivalled by anything else on APS-C currently.

  5. Thank you so much for this. This will be my lens purchase in order based on what I do.

    1. Sigma 16mm F1.4
    2. Sony 18-105 F4
    3. Sigma 56 F1.4

  6. Very nice summary video here. I'm running the Sony 18-105mm on a Sony a5100, and the Sigma trio (16mm, 30mm, and 56mm) on a Sony a6400. The 18-105mm is a great grab-and-go aka "walkaround" video lens, but nothing can beat those Sigma primes if you want tack-sharp stills. I really wish Sigma made a good variable.

  7. Owned the 18-105mm,sigma 30mm, sigma 16mm and sony 50mm. but the one that i mainly use is currently 18-105mm. It's a very versatile lens and only downside is that it suffers in the low light situation. Otherwise, it's a beast. Subbed to your feed and you found yourself a fan from Malaysia.

  8. On the Sony aps-c camera, the three lenses sigma16mm.30mm.56mm are sufficient for daily photo and video shooting.

  9. Love your videos ! Always amazing visuals and straight to the point gear reviews ! Greetings and Best Wishes from India !

  10. My set are Sony 18-105, 35mm and sigma 16 mm, but mosty i use 18-105 during a day and sigma in the night. I do 98% videos on my a6400

  11. Thank you for this video! You validated the lenses I already own and use. The 35mm 1.8 and the 18mm to 105mm! Cheers

  12. I love your videos, you are very precise and your voice is pleasing 🙂 I recently tried the 16-55 and was quite impressed with it, but without a gimbal it is hard to use for good video. The rest of the lenses you have are the best options for a hobbi video and photo.


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