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Sony Go Native - Landscape photography

Choosing the right gear for landscape photography is very important. It should be of very good quality, but not too heavy, so that you can easily take it with you on the road. In general, wide-angle lenses are mainly used for landscape photography. This allows you to capture as much of the landscape as possible, and thus the complete picture. Then again, telephoto lenses are also becoming increasingly popular for landscape photography. Thanks to the large zoom range, you can capture the landscape in a much more creative way.

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Why choose a Sony lens for landscape photography?

Sony lenses have a large aperture, a very solid construction quality and an amazing image quality. All lenses that are featured here, are equipped with the latest and best techniques. In addition, they are also lightweight, so you can take them with you with ease! Furthermore, the combination of a Sony camera and a Sony lens offers you the best quality you could ask for. And whether you wander through nature, climb the highest mountains or whether you like to photograph the most beautiful starry skies, there's a Sony lens available for every activity.

In addition, Sony has a unique and universal system: Sony One Mount. This system connects full-frame, APS-C, photos and movies, amateurs and professionals with a wide range of camera bodies and lenses for endless possibilities. The One Mount also uses body algorithms for fast, accurate autofocus, shooting speeds and image stabilisation. Furthermore, the housing and design ensure a super high resolution with great sharpness

Which lens should I choose?

Sony has a very extensive range of lenses. Below we will highlight a top 3 of our favourite lenses for landscape photography: the Sony 16-35 F/4 ZA OSS Vario-Tessar T*, Sony 24 mm F/1.4 and the Sony 70-200 F/4 G OSS.

Sony FE 16-35 F/4 ZA OSS Vario-Tessar T*

The Sony FE 16-35 F/4 ZA OSS Vario-Tessar T* is an indispensable lens for your collection. This wide-angle zoom lens offers you a fantastic field of view, allowing you to capture vast landscapes.

This lens offers a constant aperture of F/4.0 across the entire zoom range. This also means you can zoom in and reframe without having to change exposure settings or depth of field. This allows you to fully focus on compiling your compositions.

This lens also has built-in Optical SteadyShot image stabilisation. This compensates for camera shake when shooting with noise when you're not using a tripod. Ideal when you create content in dark conditions! In addition, this lens contains an anti-reflective T* coating from ZEISS, which limits glare.

Of course, the 16-35 mm is also made of a dust- and moisture-resistant housing, for problem-free photography and filming. Weighing in at 518 grams, this is a fantastic lens that gives you everything you need.

Sony 16-35mm

Sony FE 24mm F/1.4 GM

Sony 16-35mm

The Sony FE 24mm F/1.4 GM is a prime lens with extra large aperture, which is perfectly suited for landscape photography during your adventures, even when lighting conditions are not at their best. Like in caves, the Northern Lights or the Milky Way. Thanks to the large aperture of F/1.4, it becomes even easier to capture these beautiful natural phenomena. In addition, the focal length of this lens (24 mm) ensures that you get the most natural perspective.

Because the 24 F/1.4 is a prime lens, you get even sharper photos and more details than you are already used to. This is because there are fewer moving parts in a prime lens, and the light only has to pass through one lens instead of multiple lenses.

Because you cannot zoom in and out with this lens, you will have to work more creatively. The advantage of this is that you can fully focus on your subject and composition, because you no longer have to worry about zooming in and out.

Thanks to the dust- and moisture-resistant design, you no longer have to worry about your lens. This lens does its job, even when you photograph in adverse weather conditions. So you can travel with peace of mind to capture the most beautiful landscapes.

Furthermore, this lens has the best techniques. For instance, the lens is equipped with 11 aperture blades, which gives you even more beautiful bokeh. The lens also includes two XA elements, three ED glass elements and an anti-reflective Nano coating. Thanks to these latest techniques and the compact lens design, this will be your new best friend. At just 445 grams, it's perfect for taking with you on a trip.

Sony FE 70-200 F/4 G OSS

Are you looking for a different perspective for your photos? Then consider the Sony FE 70-200 F/4 G OSS. This telephoto lens is a lightweight workhorse that you can always use. With a telephoto lens, you bring the image closer, giving you the feeling that you're closer to the landscape. In addition, a telephoto lens brings the foreground and background closer together, creating a different depth perspective.

Thanks to the built-in Optical SteadyShot image stabilisation, you can rely on even sharper photos. In addition, the 70-200 contains a 9-blade aperture, which increases the creative possibilities and creates a beautiful bokeh with natural highlights. This lens also has a Nano AR coating and a dust and moisture resistant design.

The 70-200 also includes an image stabilisation mode switch. This switch provides a panning mode that allows the Optical SteadyShot image stabilisation to remain active during panning. This allows you to create even sharper images.

Do you want a lens that, besides landscapes, is also suitable for portrait and wildlife photography? Then look no further because this 70-200 not only offers you a compact design but the best quality too. With a weight of 840 grams, this is the heaviest lens from this list, but it is more than worth it.

Sony 70-200 F/4

Sony 70-200 F/4


In short, these three lenses are perfect for landscape photography. Think carefully about where your focus lies, and base your choice on that. Do you want to capture vast landscapes? Then go for the 16-35 mm. Do you want fantastic image quality with an ultra-large aperture? Then choose the 24 mm. Do you want creative landscape photos with a wide range? Then the 70-200 is perfect for you.

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