Sony 70-200 f/4 Lens Review For a Landscape Photography Lens
I’ve been testing the Sony 70-200 f/4 E mount lens for my landscape photography for almost two years now.
That’s a long time to test a lens you say?
Yes. Yes it is.
I’ve taken this lens all over the world to places like China, Hong Kong, Haiti, Europe (two times), Cuba, and others to see how well the Sony 70-200 f/4 can be used with mirrorless cameras and how it holds up in the elements.
I’ve left this lens in the rain.
I’ve left this lens in the sun.
I’ve kept it in freezing temperatures for days.
I’ve used this lens in blowing, skin piercing sand.
And how did it hold up?
Watch and see, plus my other thoughts on this lens…
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