Sony 135mm F1.8 G Master Image Gallery
April 11th, 2020
The Sony FE 135mm F1.8 G Master lens is one of the best lenses I’ve used. Full stop. It also passes the 24mm F1.4 GM as my favorite of the current crop of G Master lenses. If I could choose to own any of the (non-supertele) G Master lenses, this would be the one right now. So what makes this lens so special? I’ll be exploring the reasons as a part of my review coverage, but the combination of great autofocus, amazing sharpness (even at F1.8), and lovely bokeh makes this a tremendous tool to put in the hands of a portrait photographer. I hope the images below give a sense of how special the image quality is even though I’m shooting in the “lean season” between winter and spring. I’ll be reviewing the Sony FE 135mm F1.8 on my Sony a7RIII and Sony a9 bodies, and you can see photos from both cameras below.
Long term update: I liked the 135GM well enough that I purchased one myself shortly after my initial review in April of 2020. The final gallery below is my long-term gallery taken with my own copy of the lens with the cameras mentioned above along with the even higher resolution Sony Alpha 1. You can watch my long term video review below:
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Images of the Sony 135mm G Master
Images taken with the Sony 135mm G Master
Long Term Sony 135GM Gallery
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