Sony 135mm F2.8 T4.5 STF

mount: A-mount
prod. code: SAL135F28
EAN/UPC: 4905524340990
makernote ID: 20
format: Full frame
release year: 2006
status: Current
D type lens: No
SLT compatible: Yes
AF Drive: Manual focus only
stabilisation: No
weather sealing: No
AF-D (a99 only): No
max. aperture: 2.8-4.5
min. aperture: 32
aperture note: 2.8-[T]4.5
focal range(mm): 135
elements/group: 8/6
angle of view: 18,2
aperture blades: 9/10
min. focus distance(mm): 870
filter rotate focusing: No
max. magnification: 0.25x (1/4)
filter diameter(mm): 72, front
hood: bayonet
color: black, silver
length(mm): 99
weight(g): 730
standard accessories: Supplied Accessories: Front and rear lens cap, SH0014 lens hood

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manual focus only
user review ratings
overall: 4.86
sharpness: 4.89
color: 4.97
build: 4.82
distortion: 4.84
flare control: 4.76
total: 38 reviews

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manufacturer description

A unique telephoto lens for smooth, natural focus effects in foreground and background. This advanced STF (Smooth Transition Focus) telephoto lens incorporates an apodization optical element that distributes light rays to create smooth, aesthetically pleasing out-of-focus backgrounds that make sharp-focus subjects stand out more vividly. Mounted on the Sony® α (alpha) DSLR-A100 camera, this lens provides a 200mm focal length (35mm equivalent).

Smooth Transmission Focus:
While subjects remain in sharp focus, out-of-focus backgrounds or foregrounds are blurred smoothly and evenly with gradation that thickens toward the edges of the frame for a pleasing aesthetic effect.

Transmissive Brightness:
After light passes through the apodization element, the lens aperture of f2.8 yields a T (transmissive brightness) equivalent of 4.5; a manual aperture ring can adjust T setting from 4.5 to 6.7.

Wide Focus Ring:
The dedicated manual focusing system is controlled by a wide focus ring that’s comfortable to hold and gives you a solid, hands-on feel for pinpoint focusing of your subject.

Circular Aperture:
Because aperture blades form a near circle at the wide openings used for low-light shots, spot-light sources have a pleasing circular defocused effect. - Home of the alpha system photographer
In memory of Cameron Hill - brettania

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