Sony FE 24-105mm F4 G OSS Lens

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Why buy the Sony FE 24-105mm F4 G OSS Lens?

With a constant aperture of f4 and a versatile focal length of 24-105mm, the Sony FE24-105 is a great for almost any situation.

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Sony FE 24-105mm F4 G OSS Lens

A compact, lightweight comprehensive zoom

From 24mm to 105mm and F4 aperture throughout the zoom this high-performance G Lens offers consistently high image quality. In addition to outstanding optical performance it features compact, lightweight design for portability and mobility befitting the E-mount system. Fast, precise AF and high reliability add to the broad utility of this fine zoom lens.

  • Excellent corner-to-corner imaging throughout the zoom range

    Advanced optics achieve consistently high corner-to-corner resolution throughout the zoom range. Four aspherical elements effectively reduce aberration, while ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass elements minimize chromatic aberration. A circular aperture and carefully controlled spherical aberration shape add expressive potential with beautiful, smooth background bokeh and natural highlights that complement outstanding in-focus sharpness and clarity.

  • A one-lens solution for mobile, versatile shooting

    Excellent optical performance and a high zoom ratio are packed into a compact, lightweight only 663 grams (23.4 oz.). The compact lightweight design extend to E-mount bodies for outstanding system mobility and handling ease. This one high-performance lens lets you shoot a wide range of subjects and situations. A minimum focus distance of 0.38 meters (1.25ft.) and built-in optical image stabilization further enhance all-around versatility.

  • Constant F4 and fast, precise, quiet AF for stills and movies

    A bright constant F4 maximum aperture throughout the zoom range keeps the brightness even when focal length is changed. Sony’s Direct Drive SSM (DDSSM) AF drive system offers fast, precise, quiet focusing. And a precision optical design minimizes focus breathing. All of this makes the FE 24-105mm F4 G OSS an excellent choice for both stills and movies.

  • Professional reliability and operability

    A fluorine coating on the front element prevents contaminants such as oils, grime, and water from sticking to the front of the lens, and makes them easier to remove if they do become attached to the lens surface. A dust and moisture resistant design1 and customizable focus hold button further contribute to professional operability and reliability.

  • Lens Configuration

    Impeccable Sony G Lens design emphasizes a graceful balance between high resolution and gorgeous background bokeh that can enhance the artist’s vision.

    [1] Advanced aspherical lens (AA lens) [2] Aspherical lens [3] ED glass

  • MTF Chart

    MTF (Modulation Transfer Function) describes how well a lens can reproduce fine details, measured as the degree of contrast achieved between finely spaced lines.

    [1] Contrast (%) [2] Distance from optical center of lens (mm) [3] At 24mm [4] At 105mm [5] Spatial frequency [6] 10 line pairs / mm [7] 30 line pairs / mm [8] Max. aperture [9] F8 aperture [10] R: Radial values T: Tangential values

 Sony FE 24-105mm F4 G OSS Lens Full Specifications


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Wester Ross GB One sharp lens
This lens is really sharp from edge to edge at all focal lengths. Beats the FE 70-200mm F4 G lens and the Canon 24-105mm using the Sigma MC-11 adaptor for corner sharpness. Really fast at focusing and the OSS is really quiet, especially compared to the Canon. Like the focus hold button and AF/M and OSS/ on/off switches on the lens, really handy. Nice size too and not too heavy, great travel lens. Love the focal length more than a 24-70mm and I've not read great reviews on the Sony f4 version. Really recommend this lens, has a few issues but can be fixed post-processing.
Vignetting at 24mm is horrible, even stopped down you'll get dark extreme corners. They do disappear if you click the lens profile n Lightroom and Camera Raw though. Plus the distortion is pretty bad but again the profile fixes it pretty well. Unable to use a UV/Skylight filter due to making the vignetting worse, although the Lee Wide filter holder doesn't seem to make matters worse. Just wish Sony would put a distance scale on the new lenses, especially when you're doing night shooting, although I'd doubt I'd use this lens for night shooting been F4. I can live with the above because this lens is just so sharp across the field and most of the issues can be fixed post-processing.
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Confirmed purchase: 19 October 2018
Published on: 29 October 2018
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Stafford GB Enthusiastic amateur, no specialisation.
Early days, but so far it does all that I expected, and it does it extremely well.
Would like a stop faster.
Confirmed purchase: 30 December 2016
Published on: 15 January 2017

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