To achieve a classic portrait shot where the subject stands out against a blurred background, you need a lens with a lower aperture creating a small depth of field. Portrait lenses can be in a variety of focal lengths, however prime lenses provide superior clarity and more detail than zoom lenses when it comes to portrait photography.
Discover creative portraiture and low light photography
Light and bright prime lens
Enjoy optimal creative control over focusing and depth of field
Expand the possibilities of portrait shooting further with a DS coating
Rethink full frame mirrorless
Full frame from a new angle
A revolutionary new system that enhances performance like never before
Enjoy fast, continuous shooting from any angle
Fast, high resolution and lightweight
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