Sony announce new lenses!

Sony have announced some very tasty new glass for E-mount cameras. The previously mentioned 70-200 G master is finally with us and an all new 50mm f/1.4 from Zeiss.

FE 70-200mm f/2.8 GM OSS G Master

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These lenses are a big deal for Sony camera users, particular those with full-frame Sony mirrorless A7-series models. The 70-200mm has three advanced lens elements including XA, Super ED, and ED glass components, as well as its Nano AR coating. It features a floating focusing system – a first for a Sony zoom lens – that contributes to a minimum focusing distance of 0.96 meters and ensures AF performance is optimised during still and video shooting, Sony says. The lens includes a Super Sonic Motor (SSM) plus dual linear motors that work together to move large lens elements quickly. It has built-in Optical SteadyShot image stabilisation and a rotating tripod mount that allows the camera to be quickly removed from a connected tripod as needed. The telephoto zoom is dust and moisture resistant with an additional fluorine coating added to the front lens. It also has a focus hold button as well as a focal range limiter.

Available from Castle Cameras from the 29th July, retailing at £2500

FE 50mm f/1.4 Zeiss

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The full-frame, 50mm f/1.4 Zeiss prime features high-precision Advanced Aspherical (AA) and ED glass elements, as well as a Zeiss T* coating. It has a ring drive SSM (in this case, a Super Sonic Wave Motor), 11-bladed circular aperture, an aperture ring, and a moisture-resistant design.

Available from Castle Cameras from the 29th July, retailing at £1500

Sony Teleconverters

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To partner up with the stunning 70-200mm f/2.8 G Master, sony have announced two teleconverters, a 1.4x and a 2x. Extending the performance and possibilities of the 70-200mm G Master, Sports, Action and Wildlife shooters now have a serious option when it comes to lens choice,

Available from Castle Cameras from the 29th July, retailing at £550 each

 

 

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