Sony E PZ 18-105mm F4 G OSS (SELP18105G)

 

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Just in the beginning of this year, Sony released its fixed aperture (f4) 18-105mm zoom lens with power zoom, with the “G” designation. This new E 18-105mm F4 G power zoom lens is the first ever G lens created for Sony’s E-mount line of cameras. This is a premium all-around lens that covers a generous 5.8x zoom range from 18mm – 105mm (full frame equivalent 27mm – 157.5mm) and is an ideal choice for travel photography as well as every day, general purpose shooting.

The innovative optical design of the new zoom reflects its G Lens pedigree. Two ED glass elements are combined with three aspherical elements for high resolution and contrast throughout the entire zoom range, minimizing distortion and color aberration. In addition, featuring a remarkably smooth, quiet autofocus and powerzoom operation, the premium G lens is particularly suited for video shooting. The conveniently-placed zoom lever on the lens barrel allows fixed or variable-speed power zooming, with easy fingertip operation to reduce unwanted camera shake. Further, the overall lens length remains unchanged during focusing and zoom operation, maintaining consistent handling and delivering a more natural shooting experience.



Like the new Carl Zeiss zoom lens, the E 18-105mm F4 G model has a circular aperture that enables smooth, professional quality background defocus, and maintains a constant F4 maximum aperture for plenty of brightness at all zoom settings. It also features Optical SteadyShot to cut the effects of camera shake while shooting. Interested? You could check out all the SELP18105G lenses available and related accessories here.

 



 
Sony E PZ 18-105mm F4 G OSS (SELP18105G)

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