Sony Full-Frame 85mm E-Mount Fast Prime Lens For Just $249.99 From Amazon After $300 Price Drop!

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Sony Full-Frame 85mm E-Mount Fast Prime Lens For Just $249.99 From Amazon After $300 Price Drop!

This sells for $548 From B&H.

  • Wide F1.8 maximum aperture enables beautiful defocusing effects
  • 9-Blade circular aperture creates beautiful round defocused bokeh
  • Ed glass element for corner-to-corner sharpness
  • Double linear motor system for fast, quiet and precise focusing
  • Direct control w/ customizable focus hold button and AF/MF switch
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Does this fit the Son a6000?




yes but the effective focal length will be 127.5mm


This obviously doesn’t fit Canon right?


You are obviously correct.

Would anyone know why this is on sale…?


Which camera would you recommend to ise with this lens?


is this just a lens or a full camera?




i SEE Price is updated to $548 in Amazon now.


Does this work for the a5000?


I will leave this to the real photography experts here, but IINM, a full-frame lens on a cropped sensor (such as the a6000) won’t actually give you the full benefits of a full-frame lens mounted on a full-frame sensor. Feel free to correct me, or elaborate, experts!


I just got a cancellation email with a $20 gift card instead


Well, it was too good to be true this time:


We recently discovered that an error caused the following item(s) to be displayed at an incorrect price:

Sony FE 85mm f/1.8 Lens (SEL85F18/2)

In this case, we’re unable to offer this item for the incorrectly posted price. Therefore, we’ve canceled your order for this item. We’re sorry about this. At any given time, despite our best efforts, a small number of the millions of items on our site may be mispriced.

To make up for any inconvenience, we’re adding a $20 Gift Card to your account. This balance will automatically apply to your next order at

We hope to see you again soon.


Customer Service


However I’ve seen in other websites (petapixel) that some people managed to go to bestbuy and.succesfully price match to amazon’s price glitch and get the lens for the deal price
Dan what are you’re thoughts on doing this? Is this taking it to the next level?