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Aperture Range - F1.8 ~ 22
Lens Optical:

  • Construction11 Elements in 8 Groups
  • Special LensASP 2, HR 3 , ED 2

Coating - UMC
Minimum Focusing Distance - 0.19m (0.62ft)
Magnification Ratio - 0.21x
Diaphragm Blades - 9
Filter Size (mm) - Φ 58.0
Maximum Diameter(mm) - Φ 65.0
Mount - Sony FE
Angle of view:

  • Full Frame83.7˚
  • APS-C60.9˚

Length - 71.5mm / 2.8in
Weight230g / 8.1oz
Weather Sealing - O
AF/MF mode switch - X
AF Motor - Linear STM

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