News |Sony adds trio of new E-mount APS-C lenses

Sony adds trio of new E-mount APS-C lenses

Sony adds trio of new E-mount APS-C lenses
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Sony has announced a trio of new E-mount APS-C lenses, introducing the E PZ 10-20mm F4 G, E 15mm F1.4 G and E 11mm F1.8.

The Sony E PZ 10-20mm F4 G lays claim to being the world’s smallest and lightest ultra-wide-angle constant f/4 aperture APS-C power zoom and provides an equivalent focal length of 15-30mm. As part of Sony’s G lens range, it designed for fast, precise AF performance.

Constructed of 11 elements in eight groups, three elements are designed to suppress field curvature and astigmatism. There are also two ED elements to keep chromatic aberration at bay.

The Sony E PZ 10-20mm F4 G features body-integrated SteadyShot stabilisation and is extremely lightweight at just 178g – 205 lighter than its predecessor. It also offers a minimum focusing distance of 0.2m.

Other features include a new electronic power zoom system with adjustable zoom speed that can be actioned by rotating the zoom ring.

Sony E 15mm F1.4 G

The E 15mm F1.4 G also sits in Sony’s G series range and offers an equivalent focal length of 22.5mm. With its bright f/1.4 aperture it promises superb low light performance and the ability to create shallow depth of field and bokeh effects.

The new Sony E 15mm F1.4 G also offers Sony’s SteadyShot image stabilisation and allows a minimum focus distance of 0.2m. It also weighs 219g, making it a lightweight addition to your kit bag.

Sony E 11mm F1.8

Another large aperture lens, the ultra-wide E 11mm F1.8 provides an equivalent focal length of 16.5mm. At just 181g, the lens is very lightweight and measures just 66 x 57.5mm. Other features include a minimum focus distance of 0.15m and SteadyShot image stabilisation.

The Sony E PZ 10-20mm F4 G price tag will be £750 / €850, while the E 15mm F1.4 G price will be £750 / €850. The E 11mm F1.8 price tag will be £500 / €600.

All three of the new Sony lenses will be released in June 2022.

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Bigboyjun
Bigboyjun
6 months ago

The E 11mm F1.8 doesn’t offer SteadyShot image stabilisation.