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SEL135F18GM

The New Sony FE 135mm F1.8 GM

 

Sony recently launch one of the most awaited G Master lens, Sony 135mm F1.8 GM. It is an unsparing application of Sony’s most advanced optical technologies has produced a large-aperture prime telephoto lens that delivers outstanding corner-to-corner resolution even at F1.8, plus exquisite bokeh that is a hallmark of the G Master series. The Sony 135mm F1.8 GM is the lens that every portrait and wedding photographers is dreaming about.

Discover Sony 135mm F1.8 GM

 

Witness how the technologies between the Sony Mirrorless camera and Sony 135mm F1.8 GM works together to deliver outstanding images.

FE 135mm F1.8 GM Photo Gallery

Click on the images and be mesmerized with bokeh and enjoy the jaw dropping details.

Understanding the Technologies behind Sony’s 135mm F1.8 GM

Superb resolution, breathtaking G Master bokeh

High resolution and beautiful bokeh

The eye is sharply captured even the iris because of the state-of-the-art optical design, including XA (extreme aspherical) elements and Super ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass.
On the other hand, top of nose and outline of face describes beautiful bokeh thanks to extremely narrow depth of field by 135mm focal length and F1.8 maximum aperture.
The above contrast of sharpness and bokeh makes it possible to express impactful face.

Top-class AF performance with exquisite G Master bokeh

AF performance

The lens sharply captures the moment of the lady looking back. Sony’s innovative XD (extreme dynamic) linear motors makes it possible to maintain this focus with impressive speed, precision, and reliability. Not only detail of expression but also even inside of the eyes are described.

Big, beautiful, natural bokeh

The background expresses a gradual softening
bokeh of the colourful street thanks to 135mm focal length and F1.8 maximum aperture and making it a breathtaking G Master bokeh.

Top-class AF performance with exquisite G Master bokeh

When your shoot calls for absolute quiet, such as when you’re photographing a live performance, silent shooting with no shutter noise allows shooting at up to 8fps with AF/AE tracking, even in AF-C mode, with Real-time Eye AF, or with Real-time Tracking, expanding your range of shooting options.

AF performance

The lens sharply captures the moment of the lady looking back. Sony’s innovative XD (extreme dynamic) linear motors makes it possible to maintain this focus with impressive speed, precision, and reliability. Not only detail of expression but also even inside of the eyes are described.

Big, beautiful, natural bokeh

The background expresses a gradual softening
bokeh of the colourful street thanks to 135mm focal length and F1.8 maximum aperture and making it a breathtaking G Master bokeh.

Beautiful backdrop for the main subject

Circular bokeh

Looking at closeup of background bokeh, onion ring bokeh is effectively minimized thanks to newly developed bokeh simulation techniques and large-diameter XA lens elements.
The circular bokeh is also produced by 11-blade aperture mechanism, even when stopped down by one or two stops.

Close-up with G Master bokeh

Thanks to an advanced floating focus mechanism providing a minimum focus distance of just 0.7 meters and a maximum magnification of 0.25x for impressive close-up capability, the small accessories are captured with remarkable resolution even remaining foundation on surface of ear are visible.
The surroundings describes soft and beautiful G Master bokeh in the foreground and background.

Close-up with G Master bokeh

Thanks to an advanced floating focus mechanism providing a minimum focus distance of just 0.7 meters and a maximum magnification of 0.25x for impressive close-up capability, the small accessories are captured with remarkable resolution even remaining foundation on surface of ear are visible.
The surroundings describes soft and beautiful G Master bokeh in the foreground and background.

Dual front and rear XD linear motors achieve fast, precise, quiet AF

Sony’s innovative XD (extreme dynamic) linear motors also play an important role, making it possible to maintain focus on moving portrait subjects, performers on stage, or similarly dynamic subjects with impressive speed, precision, and reliability, while also providing AF control that is quiet and virtually free of vibration.

Lens Configurations

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] Super ED glass [3] ED glass

Lens Configurations

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] Super ED glass [3] ED glass

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 center of lens (mm)
[3] Max. aperture [4] F8 aperture [5] Spatial frequency
[6] 10 line pairs/mm [7] 30 line pairs/mm
[8] Radial values [9] Tangential values

Lens Configurations

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] Super ED glass [3] ED glass

Lens Controls

1. Focusing ring / 2. Aperture ring / 3. Focus mode switch / 4. Focus hold button / 5. Aperture index / 6. Focus-range limiter / 7. Aperture click switch

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