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I have the SEL18200L lens and it should not be hunting to the extent you are describing. When I bought the lens 2 years ago it didn't do this. A week ago it started continually trying to find focus and never settling on one - a definite change from its previous functionality. The problem started when it was in AF-S mode so in my case, the issue is not one ...


Depends what you want to use it for. If you've got a good eye and understand the basics of photography, for general non enthusiast casual photos of family, pets etc, it is perfectly good. I have had that lens with Nex 6, 7 and A6000, as well as legacy lenses and the Zeiss 16-70, and I can say unless you take landscapes and specialist photos in difficult ...


The Sony A6000 corrects about 95% of the lens optical problems and for prints less than 12x18 which is about 98% of what most people make you will probably be happy. If you need critical enlargements get a Sigma 30mm or 60mm lens. Both are optically great and relatively inexpensive. I have the A6000 and the kit lens along with the 60mm Sigma and the Sony ...

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