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    Sony FE 24-105mm f/4 G OSS Announcement

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    Today, a new Sony FE 24-105mm f/4 G OSS, the newest G Lens representative, also had its premiere. Exceptional image quality, quick and precise autofocus, and compact construction are the greatest advantages of the new lens.

     

    The lens consists of 17 elements, placed in 14 groups. Among them there are four aspheric lenses, including two incredibly precise AA lenses. The front lens has a fluorine coating, which prevents the settling of dust, water, grease, and other forms of contamination.

     

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    1). Sony FE 24-105mm f/4 G OSS

     

    The lens uses DDSSM (Direct Drive SSM) autofocus, which enables to move the groups of lenses responsible for focus adjustment in a quick, precise, and quiet way. The used autofocus should also fulfil its role not only during photographing, but also during film-making.

     

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    2). Sony FE 24-105mm f/4 G OSS with Sony A7r

     

    The presented FE 24-105 mm f/4 G OSS model has the dimensions of 113x83mm and it weighs 663g, which makes it one of the smallest and lightest lenses in its class. Apart from that, the tubus has been sealed and it is resistant to dust and moisture.

     

    The universality of the lens is additionally increased by elements such as a focus memory button with the function defined by the user, or the minimum focus distance of 38cm.

     

    The lens will be available on sale in November. It will cost around $1300.


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