FE 35mm F1.4 GM
Sony’s most advanced technology is packed into this high-performance E-mount lens, delivering eye-opening G Master resolution and bokeh with extraordinary AF speed and precision. For a large aperture 35mm lens it is remarkably compact, and a great choice for applications where an ideal blend of mobility and superb image quality is essential.
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Two XA (extreme aspherical) elements in a G Master design take advantage of the short mirrorless flange-back distance to deliver stunning contrast and resolution in a compact lens. Further enhancing the lens’s superior optical quality are an ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass element that suppresses chromatic aberration and Sony’s Nano AR Coating II that maintains superb image clarity even in any lighting conditions.
Even though it employs two precision XA (extreme aspherical) elements and delivers outstanding G Master quality, this compact lens fits easily in the palm of your hand and weighs a mere 524g (18.5 oz). The FE 35mm F1.4 GM offers excellent mobility and handling in the widest possible range of environments and shooting conditions.
XA elements suppress onion ring bokeh, an 11-blade aperture mechanism produces an almost circular aperture even when the lens is wide open, and painstaking spherical aberration control at the design and manufacturing stages contribute to gorgeous bokeh at F1.4. Design and manufacturing refinements have made it possible to deliver a minimum focusing distance of 27 cm (0.89ft) and maximum magnification of 0.23x.
Two of Sony’s remarkable XD (extreme dynamic) Linear Motors provide the high thrust efficiency needed for fast, precise, quiet AF and tracking, maximising the advantages of the E-mount system. State-of-the-art control algorithms developed specifically for the XD Linear Motors minimise vibration and noise, while Sony’s Linear Response MF feature provides direct, linear manual focus response.
A focus hold button, focus ring, and other controls support smooth, efficient operation. The focus hold button can be assigned to a number of other functions via a camera body menu, providing direct access to functions that are vital to the user's personal workflow. A fluorine front element coating plus a dust and moisture resistant design ensure high reliability in challenging environments.
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.
 Extreme aspherical lens (XA lens)  ED (extra-low dispersion) glass
MTF (Modulation Transfer Function) describes how well a lens can reproduce fine details, measured as the degree of contrast achieved between finely spaced lines.
 Contrast (%)  Distance from optical center of lens (mm)  Max. aperture  F8 aperture  Spatial frequency  10 line pairs / mm  30 line pairs / mm  Radial values  Tangential values
Learn the four unique advantages of using Sony's E-mount lens for video shooting. The combination of Sony's lenses and cameras will enhance your video creation experience.
1. Focusing ring / 2. Focus hold Button / 3. Aperture ring / 4. Focus mode switch / 5. Aperture index / 6. Aperture click switch
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Specifications & Features
- Minimum Focus Distance
- 0.27 m (AF), 0.25 m (MF) (0.89 ft (AF), 0.82 ft (MF) )
- Maximum Magnification ratio (x)
- x 0.23 (AF) x 0.26 (MF)
- Filter Diameter (mm)
- 524 g (18.5 oz.)