We Found the Best Lenses for Sony FE for a Steal!

The Sony FE lenses you’re looking for are available at good prices right now!

New lenses for your Sony camera don’t need to be super expensive or hard to find. More importantly, Sony’s best lenses are available right now at a more affordable price over at KEH! If you shoot portraits, photojournalism, or are even a passionate hobbyist, we found something for you! We encourage you to take a look at our ethically selected list. We’ve reviewed over 700 lenses, including these!

Editor’s Note: This is a sponsored blog post from KEH. It’s hard to get your hands on affordable gear. But KEH has a lot of it that’s gently used and ready for a new home. Take a look at some of their great options for the Sony FE system.

Sony 55mm f1.8 FE

In our review we stated:

“The Sony 55mm f1.8 is a strong entry to the FE line both in terms design and optical quality. With a weather-sealed body and nine aperture blades, this lens is dense and sits comfortably in the hand. It does well in various weather conditions, but we urge you to stay inside during more extreme bouts of weather.

Through my travels across Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens, the 55mm held up remarkably well; and I can only imagine what the next iteration of this lens will bring.”

Get it at KEH for as low as $693.26

Sony 24-70mm f2.8 G Master

In our review we stated:

“The Sony 24-70mm f2.8 G Master delivers image quality that any professional will really appreciate; to that end the enthusiast and the hobbyist will also love it. Considering that this is a G Master lens, Sony put its own really high end tech into it to make itself equal to stuff like Canon L glass. Photographers using this lens in various situations will be very happy with the results you can deliver such as with the sharpness, the bokeh, the colors, and the levels of purple fringing that are very suppressed.”

Get it at KEH for as low as $1,719.40

Wide Angle

Sony 85mm f1.4 G Master

In our review we stated:

“The 11 aperture blades here help to create gorgeous bokeh. This is the first autofocus lens to give us that–but years ago Zeiss used to put 17 blades in their lenses for super creamy bokeh. Hopefully, we’ll see more of a return to that type of manufacturing.”

Get it at KEH for as low as $1,309.94

Model: Megan Gaber
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Sony 35mm f1.8 FE

In our review we stated:

“I wasn’t sure what to expect from the Sony 35mm f1.8 FE lens as far as image quality went because their 50mm f1.8 FE is just wrong in my opinion. But their 55mm f1.8 FE is fantastic. And thankfully, the image quality from the Sony 35mm f1.8 FE lens leans more towards the latter. Photographers both professional and hobbyist will thoroughly enjoy the image quality the Sony 35mm f1.8 FE lens produces. With a flash it’s incredibly sharp when shooting wide open. Stopped down to f4, it’s also noticeably sharp. What photographers will really like is the creamy bokeh that they get combined with the fact that the colors are cinematic. Indeed, these are some of my favorite colors that I’ve seen from a Sony lens yet. And I’m not sure what they did, but I commend them!”

Get it at KEH for as low as $660.68

Pro Tip: Always remember that Sony has Animal Eye Face Detection in some of their newer cameras. So when it comes to photographing your adorable furry friends, you’ll have a blast! As an extra tip, hold a treat right by the lens to make them look!

Sony 24mm f1.4 G Master

In our review we stated:

“Photographers on a bokeh-rich diet will be delighted to learn that the Sony 24mm f1.4 G Master features a circular aperture design consisting of 11 blades, which helps to produce beautifully creamy and circular bokeh, even when the lens is stopped down a few stops.”

Get it at KEH for as low as $1,220.58

Editor’s Note: This is a sponsored blog post from KEH. It’s hard to get your hands on affordable gear. But KEH has a lot of it that’s gently used and ready for a new home. Take a look at some of their great options for the Sony FE system.

Chris Gampat

Chris Gampat is the Editor in Chief, Founder, and Publisher of the Phoblographer. He also likes pizza.