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Sony SEL70200G | FE 70-200mm F4 G OSS E-Mount Lens

Sony SEL70200G | FE 70-200mm F4 G OSS E-Mount Lens

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Dimensions and Weight

Weight (KG) – 0.840

Dimensions - (cm) - 8.0 x 17.5


Mount type - Sony E-Mount

Format - 35mm Full Frame

Focal Length - 70-200mm

Minimum focus distance - 1.5m

Aperture blades - 9

Minimum aperture - 22f

Maximum aperture - 4f

Filter Diameter - 72mm

In addition to an ideal zoom range for nature, sports, and other photography that requires a bit more “reach” that a mid-range zoom provides, this lens offers outstanding corner-to-corner sharpness from 70mm to 200mm in a compact, lightweight unit that is a perfect match for compact full-frame E-mount bodies like the α7 series. Being a G Lens it can also produce smooth, creamy background bokeh.

Superior G Lens rendering

State-of-the-art optics in a compact, lightweight lens with 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.

Optimum sharpness and bokeh in one lens

Precision AA (advanced aspherical) elements, super ED glass, and the Nano AR coating work together in an advanced optical design to deliver high resolution throughout the entire image at all focal lengths. A 9-blade circular aperture extends the lens’s expressive capabilities by contributing to gorgeous background bokeh with natural highlights.

9-blade circular aperture

The unique 9-blade circular design lets the aperture remain almost perfectly circular even when stopped down by two stops. This makes it possible to achieve smoother, more natural defocusing in your images – including artistic blurring or 'bokeh' – and greater control over the depth of field.