|Focal length range (f-f)||18 - 105 mm|
|Focal length (35mm film equivalent)||27 - 157.5 mm|
|Lens structure (elements/groups)||16/12|
|Closest focusing distance||0.45 m|
|Minimum aperture number||4|
|Number of diaphragm blades||7|
|Maximum aperture number||22|
|Minimum focal length (35mm film equiv)||27 mm|
|Maximum focal length (35mm film equiv)||157.5 mm|
|Lens mount interface||Sony E|
|Image sensor format||APS-C|
|Diagonal angle of view (min)||15°|
|Diagonal angle of view (max)||76°|
|Weight & dimensions|
|Filter size||7.2 cm|
|Colour of product||Black|
6x G Lens power zoom for movies and stills
This G Lens for E-mount cameras delivers stunning still or movie imagery with the flexibility of 6x power zoom. Maximum aperture is a constant F4 from 18 mm wide angle to 105 mm medium telephoto, with excellent resolution and contrast throughout. A lever and ring on the lens barrel allow zoom speed to be freely adjusted as required while maintaining a sure, stable grip.
One lens for diverse shooting needs
Whether you shoot stills or movies, the zoom range and quality of this fine G Lens will be more than enough for most shooting situations. And you get smooth power zoom.
Superb rendering at any focal length
An advanced optical design that incorporates two ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass elements and three aspherical elements offers enviable G Lens image quality throughout the zoom range.
Zoom technology inherited from pro gear
Sony Handycam® technology has been implemented in the SELP18105G to ensure smooth, quiet zooming that is ideally suited to moviemaking, with no variation in lens length.
Continuously variable zoom speed control
Fingertip control of zoom speed makes it possible to zoom smoothly while maintaining a steady hold on the camera. A significant advantage when shooting movies.
Impeccable Sony G Lens design emphasizes a graceful balance between high resolution and gorgeous background bokeh that can enhance the artist’s vision.
MTF (Modulation Transfer Function) describes how well a lens can reproduce fine details, measured as the degree of contrast achieved between finely spaced lines.