Sony 500mm f4 G SSM Lens



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The Sony 500mm f4 G SSM Lens
High performance ultra-telephoto lens with 500mm fixed focal length
Ideal for sports, wildlife and other demanding imaging applications requiring very high magnification
Bright F4.0 maximum aperture allows use of faster shutter speeds to broaden shooting opportunities
Advanced optical design with with 11 elements in 10 groups, including three ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass elements
Exclusive AR Nano Coating by Sony on lens surfaces cuts reflections for extremely low ghosting and flare
New SSM (Super Sonic wave Motor) drive circuit for extremely high speed autofocus - ideal for capturing fast-moving subjects
Compatible with SteadyShot INSIDE optical image stabilisation featured in all Sony a SLT and DSLR cameras
9-blade circular aperture for beautiful defocus (bokeh) effects
Enhanced operability with four focus hold buttons, two-way DMF (Direct Manual Focus) mode button and focus range switch
Supplied carbon fibre lens hood lined with black velvet fibres for high absorption of incident light
Weather-resistant design with interlocking seals to protect against effects of dust and moisture, ideal for use with SLT-A77
Attribute Value
Lens Type:Telephoto Prime
Focal length - wide (mm):500
Focal length - tele (mm):500
Max aperture - wide:4.0
Max aperture - tele:4.0
Minimum aperture:32
Minimum focus distance (m):4.0
Image stabilisation:No
Sensor Format:Full Frame
Lens mount:Sony A
Lens elements:11
Lens groups:10
Aperture blades:9
Filter thread (mm):42
Autofocus motor:SSM
Colour:White
Size:140 x 367.5 mm
Weight (g):3460

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