Sony AF 24-105mm F3.5-4.5

mount: A-mount
prod. code: SAL24105
EAN/UPC: 4905524340815
makernote ID: 24
format: Full frame
release year: 2006
status: Discontinued
D type lens: Yes
SLT compatible: Yes
AF Drive: In Body
focus design: internal
stabilisation: No
weather sealing: No
AF-D (a99 only): No
max. aperture: 3.5-4.5
min. aperture: 22-27
focal range(mm): 24-105
elements/group: 12/11
angle of view: 84 - 23,2
aperture blades: 7
min. focus distance(mm): 500
filter rotate focusing: No
filter rotate zooming: No
max. magnification: 0.18x (1/5.6)
filter diameter(mm): 62, front
hood: bayonet, flower
color: black
length(mm): 69 - 108
weight(g): 432
standard accessories: Front and rear lens cap, SH0016 lens hood

user review ratings
overall: 4.26
sharpness: 4.34
color: 4.47
build: 4.26
distortion: 4.05
flare control: 4.16
total: 19 reviews

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manufacturer description

A high-performance standard zoom for wide-angle to midrange telephoto shots. This compact, easy-to-carry lens carries you from 24mm wide-angle to 105mm telephoto -- the range of focal lengths you’ll use most often for general-purpose photography, giving you a single lens to use on vacation or take on location. Mounted on the Sony® α (alpha) DSLR-A100 camera, this lens provides 35mm wide-angle to 157.7mm telephoto imaging (35mm equivalent).

Glass-Molded Aspherical Lens Elements:
Two glass-molded aspherical lens elements correct visual aberrations and improve picture quality across the entire zoom range.

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.

Auto Clutch:
In auto-focus mode, the manual focus ring does not rotate -- and in manual focusing, a wider focus ring provides a solid, hands-on feel. - Home of the alpha system photographer
In memory of Cameron Hill - brettania