Sony AF 50mm F1.4

mount: A-mount
prod. code: SAL50F14
EAN/UPC: 4905524340846
makernote ID: 44
format: Full frame
release year: 2006
status: Current
D type lens: Yes
SLT compatible: Yes
AF Drive: In Body
focus design: extension
stabilisation: No
weather sealing: No
AF-D (a99 only): Yes
max. aperture: 1.4
min. aperture: 22
focal range(mm): 50
elements/group: 7/6
angle of view: 46,7
aperture blades: 7
min. focus distance(mm): 450
filter rotate focusing: No
max. magnification: 0.15x (1/6.7)
filter diameter(mm): 55, front
hood: SH0011
color: black
length(mm): 38 - 46
weight(g): 220
standard accessories: Supplied Accessories: Front and rear lens cap, SH0011 lens hood

user review ratings
overall: 4.59
sharpness: 4.70
color: 4.78
build: 4.20
distortion: 4.79
flare control: 4.49
total: 138 reviews

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manufacturer description

An ultra-bright standard lens for fast, accurate shooting by available light. For quick candid shots that capture "the decisive moment," this lens provides superb clarity and visual accuracy even with fully open aperture when working indoors or in low-light and twilight conditions. Mounted on the Sony® α (alpha) DSLR-A100 camera, this lens provides midrange telephoto 75mm focal length (35mm equivalent) -- and takes advantage of the in-camera Super SteadyShot® image stabilization system to minimize blur from shaky hands.

Superb Sharpness in Available Light:
In conjunction with the Super SteadyShot® image stabilization system of the Sony® α (alpha) DSLR-A100 camera, this lens achieve pinpoint sharpness even working with hand-held camera by available light.

Bright f1.4 Aperture:
The ability to capture more light in dark environments gives you a superb lens for hand-held shooting without flash, to preserve the mood or in locations where flash is not permitted.

Circular Aperture:
Conventional lenses close their apertures with blades that can create multi-sided shapes -- but the aperture blades of this superb wide-angle lens form a near circle at the wide openings you’ll use for low-light shots, so spot-light sources have a pleasing circular defocused effect. - Home of the alpha system photographer
In memory of Cameron Hill - brettania