Mobile01 from Taiwan published a full 85mm GM review with many “sexy” lens images 🙂
Here are brand new reviews you may be interested to check out:
Photographyblog reviewed the 85mm GM lens:
The Sony FE 85mm f/1.4 GM is an outstanding prime lens for portraiture, offering a winning combination of sharpness and very appealing bokeh. Shooting at the maximum f/1.4 aperture does reveal a minor reduction in sharpness, but this is already resolved by f/2, and even at this aperture the lens is able to produce beautifully smooth bokeh and completely blurred backgrounds. Vignetting is apparent when shooting wide-open at f/1.4, but quickly disappears as you stop down, while chromatic aberrations are very well controlled.
85mm GM Store links at Amazon, B&H, Adorama, eBay.
Mirrorlessons compared the Sony a6300 vs. Fuji X-Pro2:
The Fujifilm X-Pro2 is a professional camera that shows what Fujifilm is capable of doing in 2016. It doesn’t have the most impressive numbers if we purely consider specifications, but when it comes to substance, it is one of the best on the market right now.
The a6300 has a more attractive price and its performance is the same, if not slightly better. The video capabilities are clearly superior. If you can cope with some flaws in the user experience, there’s no doubt it is the best mirrorless camera you can find right now when it comes to quality/price.
A6300 Store links at Amazon, B&H, Adorama, eBay.
Admiringlight tested the new Sigma 30mm f/1.4 E-mount lens:
The Sigma 30mm f/1.4 is a lens that generally performs well for its price point, but it falls short of the outstanding performance of the Art series Sigma mirrorless primes. If you’re shooting closer up, the lens is plenty sharp with nice bokeh and a nice rendering. It’s also a well-built lens that feels notably better than its $339 price would suggest. If you plan on using this lens mostly for shooting people or for street work, I think you’ll be very pleased with the 30mm f/1.4. It does a very nice job in these situations, producing images with a really nice look.
Sigma 30mm Store links at Amazon, B&H, Adorama, eBay.
Imaging Resource posted the Sony A6300 Field Test.