Save Some Money on Refurbished and Renewed Sony Lenses

These lenses for Sony E mount are renewed and refurbished, so they’re available at a lower price.

I’ve always been a huge fan of buying refurbished and renewed cameras and lenses. They typically go through stricter quality control tests. And they’re products that are basically new internally or externally. Sometimes they were floor models or went on trade shows. So we dove into Amazon’s listing to see if we could find some Sony glass at great prices. And guess what, we hit the jackpot!

If you’re curious to see or learn more about these lenses, we recommend you check out the Sony Lens Guide we’ve done. For the past decade, we’ve been reviewing pretty much every autofocus lens for the Sony E Mount. When Sony went full-frame with it, we hit it even harder. We’re the only website with full reviews on all these lenses and many more. If you’re looking for more options, consider Tamron. We found a bunch of great Tamron lenses for you to choose from. Tamron will also give you the best autofocus on the Sony E mount. And we’re guessing that’s because Sony owns a part of Tamron. Tamron’s lenses are lightweight and incredibly well weather sealed too. We’ve brought those lenses into some crazy rain and snow conditions. They’ve never stopped working for us. But if you’re intent on getting some Sony G Master lenses, the roundup below is probably everything you need right now.

The Best Sony Lenses to Buy Renewed

Sony 24-70mm f2.8 G Master: $1,708.10

Sony 24mm f1.4 G Master: $1,233.10

Sony 55mm f1.8 FE: $699.95

Sony 85mm f1.4 G Master: $1,424.79

Sony 24-105mm f4 G: $1,043.10

Sony 35mm f2.8 FE: $449

Sony 24-240mm f4.5-6.3 OSS G: $788

Sony 24-70mm f4 OSS: $637.02

Sony 12-24mm f2.8 G Master: $2,696.14

Sony 90mm f2.8 G OSS Macro: $939.95

Sony 12-24mm f4 G: $1,379

Sony 35mm f1.8 G FE: $625

Chris Gampat

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