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Sony SEL24F14GM | FE 24mm F1.4 GM E-Mount Lens

Sony SEL24F14GM | FE 24mm F1.4 GM E-Mount Lens

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Regular price £1,449.00 Sale price £1,299.00
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Specifications

Dimensions and Weight

Weight (KG) – 0.445

Dimensions - (cm) - 7.5 X 9.2

Features

Mount type - Sony E-Mount

Format - 35mm full frame

Focal Length - 24mm

Minimum focus distance - 0.24m

Aperture blades - 11

Minimum aperture - N/A

Maximum aperture - 1.4f

Filter Diameter - 67mm

Unsparing application of leading-edge technology achieves refined G Master performance with consistently high resolution and soft, natural bokeh even at the widest F1.4 aperture setting. The lens is both compact and the lightest in its class, maximizing portability. It also offers fast, precise AF drive, top-level control and reliability.

Stunning F1.4 resolution in a mobile prime lens

Unsparing application of leading-edge technology achieves refined G Master performance with consistently high resolution and soft, natural bokeh even at the widest F1.4 aperture setting. The lens is both compact and the lightest in its class, maximizing the E-mount portability advantage. It also offers fast, precise AF drive, plus top-level control and reliability that make it an outstanding choice for professionals.

Excellent corner-to-corner resolution

Two XA (extreme aspherical) elements in an optical design that meets stringent G Master requirements contribute to consistently high resolution throughout the image area. Three ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass elements are also included to effectively suppress chromatic aberration. This innovative optical design minimises sagittal flare so that point light sources are accurately reproduced.

State-of-the-art optical design faithfully reproduces point sources

State-of-the-art optical design incorporating two precision XA elements suppresses sagittal flare, a common aberration in large-aperture lenses. Sagittal flare is a phenomenon that results in an unnatural spreading of point light sources that appears somewhat like a bird spreading its wings and becomes more pronounced towards the image periphery. Natural reproduction of point sources is particularly important for scenes that include stars or city lights at night, for example.

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