Sony FE 12-24mm f/2.8 GM Lens



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  • The Sony FE 12-24mm f/2.8 GM is a premium ultra-wide-angle zoom lens for Sony E-mount full-frame cameras.
  • The lens offers a 12-24mm focal length range that covers a 122° to 84° angle of view, ideal for landscapes, architecture, interiors and astrophotography.
  • The lens has a constant f/2.8 aperture that enables low-light performance and shallow depth of field effects.

Image Quality

  • The lens delivers high image quality with a sophisticated optical design that incorporates three XA (extreme aspherical) elements, one aspherical element, two super ED (extra-low dispersion) elements, three ED elements and one fluorite element.
  • These elements help to reduce chromatic aberrations, distortions, spherical aberrations and coma, and enhance sharpness and clarity across the frame.
  • The lens also features a Nano AR Coating II that suppresses flare and ghosting, and improves contrast and color accuracy.

Build Quality

  • The lens has a durable and lightweight metal barrel that measures 97.6 x 137 mm and weighs 847 g.
  • The lens has a dust- and moisture-resistant construction that includes rubber seals around the mount and buttons.
  • The lens has a focus hold button, an AF/MF switch, a zoom lock switch and a rear filter holder that accepts gel filters.

Other Features

  • The lens has a Direct Drive SSM (Super Sonic wave Motor) that provides fast and quiet autofocus performance, with full-time manual focus override for fine-tuning.
  • The lens has a rounded nine-blade diaphragm that creates smooth and pleasing bokeh effects.
  • The lens is compatible with Sony’s 1.4x and 2x teleconverters that extend the focal length to 17-34mm or 24-48mm respectively, with one-stop or two-stop loss of light respectively.