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Sony 70-400mm f/4-5.6 G SSM II

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70-400mm f/4-5.6 G SSM II

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Manufacturer's Description:



"Sony’s G lens line-up is strengthened for 2013 with the revised 70-400mm F4-5.6 G SSM II. Ideal for capturing wildlife and action-packed sports, the upgraded super-telephoto zoom builds further on the premium performance of its predecessor with enhanced optics and faster, more responsive autofocus. With its new LSI drive circuit, autofocus speed of the SSM (Super Sonic Wave Motor) is around four times quicker than before. Teamed with enhanced tracking AF, the upgraded lens is now even more suitable for capturing stills and Full HD video of fast-moving subjects."
Availability
Discontinued No Edit
Year announced 2013 Edit
General
Lens Mounts
  • Minolta AF
  • Sony Alpha
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Focal Type Tele zoom Edit
Lens
Focal Length 70mm - 400mm Edit
Angle of View 4° - 23° Edit
Max Aperture f/4 - f/5.6 Edit
Min Aperture f/22 - f/32 Edit
Filter Size 77mm Edit
35mm equivalent No Data Edit
Internal focusing Yes Edit
Focusing
Min Focus 150cm Edit
Stabilised No Edit
Macro No Edit
Construction
Blades 9 Edit
Elements 18 Edit
Groups 12 Edit
Box Contents
Box Contents No Data Edit
Dimensions
Weight 1490g Edit
Height 196mm Edit
Diameter 94.5mm Edit
MTF Data
Effective focal length No Data Edit
Weighted MTF No Data Edit
Average Weighted MTF No Data Edit
Weighted MTF 10 lp/mm No Data Edit
Weighted MTF 20 lp/mm No Data Edit
Weighted MTF 40 lp/mm No Data Edit
Distortion No Data Edit
Grade No Data Edit
Photodo MTF Score No Data Edit

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