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Sony FE 12-24mm f/2.8 G Master Lens online sale

Sony FE 12-24mm f/2.8 G Pro is an extreme wide angle zoom lens to get full-frame Sony alpha bodies. It’s ideal for getting near the action, or shooting a complete scene in 1 picture. The continuous f/2.8 aperture is an industry standard for expert zoom lenses, it empowers photography in low light in any focal length you choose. Sony has preserved incredible image details at extreme wide angles and open open at f/2.8 by using the entire variety of G Master imaging technologies. The FE 12-24mm f/2.8 features four aspherical elements in a complicated build of 17 components. Three are XA components (extreme aspherical) to handle the distortion and aberrations that could include wide angle glass. Not here, the combination of XA, Aspherical, ED (extra-low dispersion) and Super ED components effectively reduce chromatic aberrations for crisp detail as a new Nano AR Coating II minimises ghosting and lens flare. The constant aperture of f/2.8 permits shooting at any moment in the zoom array without having to resort to slower shutter speeds or higher sensitivity which could take away from the shot. Low lighting scenes which need low-noise like night arenas and astro photography are possible for this lens along with the 12-24mm zoom range provides more framing alternatives in 1 unit. Shoot anyplace with weather sealing for resistance against dust and moisture. The Sony lens 12-24mm f2.8 G Master also features a focus hold button for locking on to your subject without taking your hands in the lens. Alternative functions can be delegated to the attention hold button in the camera menu for more management options. Two for the main focus movement and 2 for the floating elements which correct chromatic aberrations as lens elements are moved farther apart. XD linear motors are silent with minimal vibrations for smooth functioning and precise focus tracking. Floating element groups enable lens designers to engineer more compact lenses. Another benefit is that the focus is made faster by reducing the distance traveled by each component group