Sony Distagon T FE 35mm F1.4 ZA lens

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Sony Distagon T FE 35mm F1.4 ZA lens

Bright, wide, full-frame ZEISS Distagon
In addition to providing a great choice for snapshots and landscapes, this bright F1.4 35 mm full-frame ZEISS Distagon lens facilitates handheld shooting indoors in low light, as well as night scenes. Shallow depth of field at larger apertures and a 9-blade circular aperture design make it easy to create smooth background bokeh for portraits or bridal snapshots. There’s a whole spectrum of imagery that only a large F1.4 aperture can create. A minimum focusing distance of 30 cm makes it useful for shooting images of flowers and similar subjects as well.

  • E-mount Full Frame Cameras
  • E-mount APS-C cameras
Sharp and clear from corner to corner:
Precision Sony AA (advanced aspherical) technology and ZEISS T* coating contribute to excellent optical performance, achieving outstanding corner-to-corner resolution.

For low-light shooting and smooth bokeh:
F1.4 maximum aperture captures clear images in low light. A 9-blade circular aperture also enhances this lens’s capability for stunningly beautiful background bokeh.

DDSSM for quiet focus speed and precision:
DDSSM (Direct Drive SSM) precisely and quietly positions the heavy full-frame focus group for optimum focus even within the lens’ shallowest depth of field. Ideal for movies as well as stills.

Optimized for movies as well as stills
An aperture ring with switchable clicks can be turned ON for tactile feedback when shooting stills or OFF for smooth, quiet operation when shooting movies.

Lens Configuration
Legendary ZEISS quality manufactured and calibrated specifically for Sony imaging products. The T* coating contributes to exquisite rendering and contrast.

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.


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