Brand: Sony

FE 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS II

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Evolved G Master F2.8 telephoto zoom
[ ] Lightest large-aperture telephoto
[ ] Four of Sony’s original XD (extreme dynamic) Linear Motors
[ ] New Aperture control ring
[ ] Nano AR Coating II

Category: Lenses
UPC: 027242923768
Manufacturer Code: SEL70200GM2

The full force of Sony’s latest lens technology brings stunning resolution and exquisite bokeh together in the world’s lightest large-aperture G Master telephoto zoom lens. With significantly evolved AF performance, the FE 70–200 mm F2.8 GM OSS II can deliver the full potential of today’s advanced still and movie camera bodies.

FE 70–200 mm GM F2.8 OSS II
FE 70–200 mm F2.8 GM OSS II Photo Gallery
Forest Landscape
Unprecedented image quality

Image quality is superb throughout the zoom range at all focusing distances. Two aspherical elements, one an XA (extreme aspherical) type, ensure high resolution throughout the image area. Two ED (extra-low dispersion) glass elements, two Super ED glass elements and one ED aspherical element minimize chromatic aberration, while Sony’s Nano AR Coating II subdues flare and ghosting. High-performance 1.4x and 2x teleconverters are available.

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Exquisite G Master bokeh

Beautiful G Master bokeh is achieved through advanced optical design, an F2.8 aperture and a new 11-blade aperture unit. An XA element manufactured to 0.01-micron surface precision suppresses onion ring bokeh and the new aperture unit helps to deliver natural circular bokeh. Close-up bokeh is superb too, with a minimum focusing distance of just 1.32 ft (0.4 m) at 70 mm and 2.69 ft (0.82 m) at 200 mm.

Illustration showing four XD linear motors
Fast, precise AF supports creative shooting

Four of Sony’s original XD (extreme dynamic) Linear Motors deliver high thrust efficiency that boosts AF speed by up to 4x compared to the previous model. When tracking an approaching short-distance runner, for example, tracking while zooming is improved by approx. 30% compared to the previous model, greatly increasing chances of getting the shot. 

Professional movie capability

The latest lens technology reduces focus breathing, focus shift when zooming and axis shift when zooming. XD Linear Motors and a new aperture drive unit contribute to quiet operation. This lens even has independent control rings for focus, zoom and iris, with a click on/off switch for the aperture ring. Sony’s Linear Response MF feature ensures responsive, direct manual focus control.

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The lightest in its class

This lens offers outstanding optical quality and AF in the world’s lightestF2.8 70–200 mm zoom. XD Linear Motors and magnesium alloy barrel components result in an overall weight of just 36.9 oz (1,045 g); approx. 29% lighter than the previous model. Advanced design improves balance, while a constant barrel length further contributes to easy, agile handling.

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Professional control and reliability

Flexible focus control is provided by features such as Full-time DMF, Linear Response MF and a focus-range limiter. An aperture ring with switchable clicks and an iris lock provides extra exposure control. MODE 1, MODE 2 and MODE 3 optical image stabilization ensure sharp images and a dust and moisture resistant design plus fluorine-coated front element maximize reliability in tough environments.

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Lens Configuration 

G Master series lenses take imaging and expression to previously unattainable levels with a stunning blend of extremely high resolution and softly dissolving background bokeh

[1] Extreme aspherical lens (XA) lens [2] Aspherical lens [3] ED (extra-low dispersion) aspherical lens [4] Super ED glass [5] ED (extra-low dispersion)

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MTF Chart 

MTF (Modulation Transfer Function) describes how well a lens can reproduce fine details, measured as the degree of contrast achieved between finely spaced lines.

[1] Contrast (%) [2] Distance from optical centre of lens (mm) [3] At 70 mm / Max. aperture [4] At 70 mm / F8 aperture [5] At 200 mm / Max. aperture [6] At 200 mm / F8 aperture [7] Spatial frequency [8] 10 line pairs / mm [9] 30 line pairs / mm [10] R: Radial values T: Tangential values

Lens Controls
Image of Lens Controls Left side

[1] Focusing ring [2] Focus hold button [3] Zooming ring [4] Iris ring [5] Focus-mode switch [6] Full-time DMF [7] Focus-range limiter [8] Shake compensation switch [9] Shake compensation mode [10] Iris lock [11] Tripod collar ring

Image of Lens Controls Right side

[12] Mounting index [13] Tripod mount [14] Iris click

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