These are quite lovely and informative.I just picked up a used A7R4 so I cannot attest to using these lens on that camera I have been using them on my Sony A7R3, since you have posted this in the Astro / Celestial section I assuming that is what your asking for.
I have had great success using the Sony 16-35 mm F/2.8 GM, but really love using the Sony FE 24 mm f/1.4. I am really eyeing the new Sony FE 12-24 mm f/2.8 but I'm not sure yet.
The images of the the Milky Way arch here, the Watchman at Zion, and White Pocket lonely tree where all taken with the 24 mm f/1.4. The bus, the person with arms raised, and Delicate Arch where taken with the 16-35 mm.
Complete beginner here for astrophotography. I am fascinated by some of the shots I have seen and trying to get into astrophotography.
I own the ZEISS Batis 18mm f/2.8 lens which I usually use for architecture. Did anybody use it to shoot stars?
It depends on what you regard as affordable.
Yeah, I love both of those lens, especially the 24 mm f/1.4. I did give into my G.A.S and picked up the new 12-24 f/2.8. I will have to play with it for a while and decide if its worth keeping the 16-35 f/2.8.Brilliant pictures sdhiker. I've been hanging my nose over various lenses including those you have/mention as well as the 20mm.... The two you have would do me just fine
Thanks a lot for sharing. This is a great review. I loved the fact that ZEISS Batis 18mm f/2.8 came highly recommended: 4.8/5.