Hi all, Hopefully this is the right forum to post this, figured it could go either here or the E-mount lenses forum. I'm currently in the market for a 90mm macro lens for my A6000 that I can use for 144mm FOV general closeups and 1:1 macro in my little home studio, and alternatively function as a 144mm-equivalent portrait lens (so it needs to have halfway-decent AF). Any macro work I'll be doing will be MF on a focusing rail, and I have about a 9'5" x 11'6" space to work with in my tiny studio where I do most of my shooting. I've narrowed it down so far to the Tamron SP 90mm f/2.8 Di with the LAEA4 adapter and the Sony FE 90mm. In either case, I plan to buy the lens used, and also get the Sony E 50mm f/1.8 to go with whatever I end up choosing. So far the pros/cons I can see are: Tamron SP 90mm f/2.8 Di Pros: Highly rated, having the LAEA4 adapter will open up my range of lens options in the future, f/32, saves me ~$200 in the long run Cons: Secondary usage for portraits may not be as good, bulkier with the adapter, no contrast AF from my understanding, may not be as good handheld outside Sony FE 90mm Pros: Highly rated, good native AF, no adapter needed Cons: f/22 vs. f/32 on the Tamron Any advice on this, or are there other good options I'm not considering? Thanks everyone!