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Sony telephoto zoom lens for A-mount cameras
Mark Peters : July 26th 2012 - 11:23 CET
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SonySony 55-300mm telephoto zoom lens : Sony introduces the DT55-300mm F4.5-5.6 SAM (SAL55300) telephoto zoom lens for A-mount cameras. From flattering portraits to wildlife and extreme outdoor sports: every subject’s covered with the new Sony telephoto zoom lens. Optimised for all Sony Alpha A-mount cameras with APS-C sensors, the compact, stylishly designed interchangeable telephoto zoom lens brings the action closer at a compelling price tag for every photographer. A versatile 5.5x magnification range covers focal lengths from 55mm to 300mm. At maximum zoom, this represents 450mm super-telephoto (as 35mm equivalent): plenty of power to capture the grace of animals in the wild or nail-biting track-side action.

Sony Telephoto Zoom lens

Sony telephoto zoom lens
The new Sony A-mount lens is equipped with a Smooth Autofocus Motor (SAM) which makes it an ideal partner for the high-speed AF tracking capabilities of cameras with Translucent Mirror Technology. Even when your subject’s moving swiftly, you’ll be rewarded by frame after frame of crisply-focused images and Full HD video. The advanced optical design of the Sony SAL55300 telephoto zoom lens gets the best from the high pixel counts of today’s high-resolution image sensors.

Telephoto Zoom lens

Sony SAL55300 telephoto lens
Featured on premium Sony G Lens models, an ED (Extra-Low Dispersion) glass element reduces colour aberrations for improved image quality at medium to long focal lengths. An impressive MTF (Modulation Transfer Function) performance assures flawless resolution of the finest details. The Sony SAL55300 interchangeable lens for A-mount cameras by Sony is available for retail from mid-September 2012.

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