- Focal length: 70-200 mm
- Aperture range: f/4.0-22
- Sony E-mount lens
- 35mm full frame format
- Optical SteadyShot image stabilization
- ED and Aspherical elements
- Nano Anti-Reflective coating
- Dual linear motor autofocus system
- Dust and moisture-resistant construction
- 9-blade circular aperture
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Sony FE 70-200mm f/4.0 G OSS Lens
- Sony FE 70-200mm f/4.0 G OSS Lens
- Front and Rear Lens Caps
- Lens Pouch
- Lens Hood
- Limited 1-Year Warranty
Sony FE 70-200mm f/4.0 G OSS Lens
Sony's FE 70-200mm f/4.0 G OSS Lens is a powerful E-mount full frame telephoto lens. It offers a APS-C comparable focal length of 105-300mm. Its f/4 maximum aperture is bright and quick, excelling at capturing available light at all focal lengths. The aperture creates a pleasing depth-of-field and ideal for such applications as portraits and sports photography. Sony engineered this lens for superior optical performance including Extra Low Dispersion glass elements and Advanced Aspherical elements, both of which work to combat the effects of distortion and chromatic aberrations. Its Nano Anti-Reflective coating greatly reducing flaring and its construction is reliably moisture-resistant, allowing you to confidently shoot in challenging situations. The Dual Linear Motor Autofocus system yields fast and precise focus everytime. There is even a Focus Range Limiter and Focus Hold Button, which means you can quickly land on the right focus without having to toggle through the entire range. The lens-based SteadyShot optical image stabilization eliminates the effects of camera shake and retains sharpness at longer shutter speeds. This lens creates has a 39.37-inch minimum focusing distance and accepts 72mm filters.
This optic in a compact, lightweight lens offers constant F4 maximum aperture offer the appealing, expressive image quality that the G Lens lineup is famous for. G Lenses are manufactured to exacting tolerances and individually tested to ensure that each and every unit meets the same high standards of image quality and creative control.
SteadyShot Image Stabilization
Built-in Optical SteadyShot image stabilization compensates for camera shake that can blur images when shooting handheld. Sharp, clear telephoto shots are easier to achieve, and indoor shots in dim lighting can be captured without the need to boost ISO sensitivity and risk increased noise.
Extra Low Dispersion Glass
Sony's Low Dispersion technology is engineered to reduce chromatic aberrations, which becomes more of a problem as focal lengths get longer. It eliminates the tendency of light of different colors to focus to different points at the image plane. This means your images will come out crisp and clear, with less of a chance of defracting light into an unwanted rainbow of colors. Take shots exactly like you want, without any flare-up or blurring.
Nano Anti-Reflective Coating
Nano Crystal Coat eliminates internal lens element reflections, particularly flaring common in ultra-wideangle lenses. Designed with multiple layers of low refractive index coating, the reflection suppression characteristic of the Nano Anti-Reflective Coating is superior to conventional anti-reflective coatings, providing a notable improvement in clarity, contrast, and overall image quality.
Precision AA (advanced aspherical) elements, super ED glass, and the Nano coating work together in an advanced optical design to deliver high resolution throughout the entire image at all focal lengths. A nine-blade circular aperture extends the lens’s expressive capabilities by contributing to gorgeous background bokeh with natural highlights.
Dual Linear Motors
Focusing is fast and precise thanks to dual linear motors. The quiet and fluid movement is perfect for shooting movies and fast-paced action, or whenever changing focus quickly and often. The use of an internal focusing group, rather than a moving front lens element, makes for a compact design that works well with accessories like lens hoods and polarizing filters.
The first image stabilization mode switch in an α lens provides a “panning mode” that allows Optical SteadyShot image stabilization to remain active while panning. This makes it possible to capture dynamic horizontally panned shots while effectively minimizing shake induced blur in other axes.