BATTLE! The SONY 50mm f1.8 OSS vs SONY 50mm f1.8 FE


In this video we compare two of Sony’s prime lenses. One designed for APS-C and one designed for FULL FRAME. The SONY 50mm f1.8 OSS vs SONY 50mm f1.8 FE. Which one is better? At the same price range these two lenses perform quite similar but have pros and cons.
The Sony 505mm f1.8 OSS is the APS-C designed prime lens and has exceptional image quality and comes with optical steady shot.


Watch this video for a full review of the 50mm f1.8 OSS

The Sony 50mm f1.8 FE lens is designed for the E-Mount Full Frame range. This lens is the cheapest Sony branded lens for the Full Frame Sony cameras. Does it perform as good? Watch below for a full review of this lens.
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Camera Gear Used:

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Zhiyun crane 2:
FeiyuTech g6:
DJI Osmo Action:
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APS-C Kit:
Sony a6000:
Sigma 16mm f1.4:
Sigma 30mm f1.4:
Sony 50mm f1.8 OSS:
Sony 18-135mm f3.5-5.6:
Sony 18-105mm f4:


Full Frame Kit:
Sony A7iii:
Tamron 28-75mm f2.8:
Sony 50mm f1.8 FE:
Sony 85mm f1.8:


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Rode Video Mic GO mic on a boom :


Editing Video Software: Adobe Premiere Pro
Editing Audio Software: Avid ProTools


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  1. Just put my order in and for a minute I was panicked thinking I bought the FE version. FEW good news! I got the OSS!

  2. I have a Sony a7s and this lens works amazing for photos! ☬☬>け   Drops down to a 1.8 which is amazing for night photography. Highly recommend this lens, amazing price and amazing results.

  3. Would the 50mm oss lens cause some Vignetting on the Sony A5100?
    And is it realistically 75mm instead of 50mm since it's a crop sensor camera ?

  4. I was going to get a Nd Filter for the Sony 1.8 w/ oss. Look like I need a step up 49 -67 by polar pro. I live in California.

  5. Nice video. But using an aps-c lens on full frame camera and then crop in to avoid the vignette, whats the point of having the full frame camera? I would never recommend using aps-c lens on full frame. Never.

  6. but not in low light location . shooting using full frame camera with aps-c lens in low light location definitly creates too much noise since the footage will be cropped

  7. Can you help in understanding the differences between Sony SEL50F18 E 50mm f/1.8 OSS E Mount Lens and Sony 50mm f/2.8 Macro. Which one suits best when I have to cover things like low light, potrait street photography, bokeh and close shots

  8. Is it worth my money to invest in the OSS for my old friend a5000?
    Or should I jut invest in a better camera altogether?

  9. Loved your note on using the 50mm OSS on full frame camera at the end! That was one of the reasons I was not sure about the OSS one, but it is not bad! Thank you!

  10. Very nice video, i got a6400 with kit lens sony 18-135, so kit lens will suitable for 4k video, OR i need one more lens for better 4k video, if yes then which lens you will prefer ? Thanks

  11. Nice compare!! Thanks! when I use this lens even on manual focus the noise is so weird. Do you tried move focus ring in manual focus to left and to right fast? do you feel something loose? maybe the motor…

  12. Little tip from an old dog. Just apply a knats squirt of WD40 to a clean rag, then wipe rag / lubricant over the thread surface. Problem solved. 👍 fine metal threads are prone to locking up when dry.

  13. I suck at math so if I put the 50 oss on my full frame camera, did not use APSC mode, and then cropped the resulting image in post to the percentage you mentioned to get rid of the vignette what would my field of view be equivalent to? 60mm? If so would that essentially mean I now have a 60mm equivalent lens that is image stabilized? How about the aperture? Is it still considered f/1.8? Thanks!


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