See my Sony mirrorless wish list at B&H Photo.
This is a re-run from 2016. Why? I was struck by just how beautiful this image is on the 2017 iMac 5K display at full resolution.
What’s striking to me in retrospect is just how attractive the rendering style of the Zeiss Loxia 35mm f/2 Biogon can be—and it is not a lens to write home about for its amazing performance at f/2. And yet the appeal if its images is very high.
... 2016 ...
This near-to-far landscape from f/2 through f/13 shows off the full behavior with stopping down: foreground and background bokeh, total image quality at each aperture when in focus and not in focus, etc.
Examples at sizes up to 28 megapixels from f/2 through f/13, with large crops also.
The about $1299 Zeiss Loxia 35mm f/2 Biogon is a winner for landscape shooting. An unheralded attribute is its zero distortion (< 0.2%), always rendering the scene more naturally than any other 35mm lens.