Alright, so you have a Sony mirrorless APS-C camera? You want a nice prime lens for it. Here it is. This is the 35mm f/1.8 OSS. Stay tuned for the unboxing If this video helps you don’t forget to hit me up with a like button underneath and don’t forget to subscribe to the channel. Alright so let’s take a look and see what’s inside here hopefully, it is a 35-mm. Notice that sign right there, for U.S. customers only, and of course, this is a Sony U.S.A. product so it is only for Sony consumers in the U.S. And it’s stated also on your limited 1-year manufacturer’s warranty. Lots of instructional pamphlets and of course that warranty is only good if you buy from an authorized Sony dealer like Digital Goja. Very well packaged they want to make sure you get it in one piece. Look at that, nice proprietary lens hood, very well constructed. I love the tulip design that allows you to use it at all times or invert it when you’re going to store it. Now let’s take a closer look at the Sony E 35 mm f/1.8 lens for APS-C mirrorless cameras. Now, of course, this 35 mm is for the APS-C format but it is an E-mount so that means you can even use it on a full frame but it’s not going to give you the same perspective. Now this would have been a 52.5 mm in a full-frame perspective. It is a constant f/1.8 aperture but you can stop down to f/22, but the beauty of the f/1.8, allows you to get that beautiful boca especially working with 7-blade circular diaphragm system. It’s a linear autofocus motor with internal focusing system, that supports direct manual focus. That means that the user can resume manual focus directly after obtaining the AF lock. It is a nice popular 49 mm diameter thread for your filters, and of course like I stated it does come with the reversible tulip lens hood, which is awesome if you’re going to store it later on and not use it. Very well constructed of course, nice metal mount with your electronic contacts to get a nice secure connection. It does have the optical SteadyShot so that allows you to shoot at about 4 stops shutter speed without getting any blur in your images or in your video. Minimum focusing distance is 12 inches and of course it does have one ED element, 2 aspherical elements, so all in all a fantastic prime lens for your crop sensor camera. Let me show you how easy this adapts to your camera. Here I have a very popular A6300 you’re going to line up the white dot to the white dot twist lock it in place, of course, you do want to use your lens hood in this position. And notice how it becomes nice and sleek, optimal 35 mm prime lens for your Sony APS-C camera. So if you’re in the market for one take a much closer look at the Sony E 35mm f/1.8 OSS lens. Well I hope you found this video to be helpful if it did remember to hit me up with a like button underneath and subscribe to our channel for future tutorials frequently asked questions and unboxings and don’t forget if you’re ever in Miami come say hello at Digital Goja showrooms. Happy shooting!!