Capture smooth, blur-free images
Built-in Optical SteadyShot™ image stabilisation within the Sony SEL 28-70mm F3.5-5.6 FE OSS ensures smooth, blur-free photos and videos when shooting handheld.
Instead of a standard polygon-shaped lens aperture, the Sony SEL 28-70mm F3.5-5.6 FE OSS features a 7-blade circular aperture for more natural, rounded defocusing or ‘bokeh’.
Refined optical performance
Aspherical lens elements minimise distortion while ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass elements provide superior contrast, resolution, and colour fidelity.
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35mm Full Frame imaging
The 35mm Full Frame Sony SEL 28-70mm F3.5-5.6 FE OSS lens is designed to work with all E-mount cameras from Sony, delivering outstanding contrast and resolution right out to the edges of the image.
Advanced aspherical lens technology
Aspherical lens technology maximises portability without sacrificing imaging power. The lens combines three aspherical elements with one ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass element to deliver high-precision shots and breathtaking rendering – without the bulky design usually associated with similar DSLR lenses.
Extra-low Dispersion glass element
Lenses constructed with conventional optical glass struggle with chromatic aberration as the focal length increases. Extra-low Dispersion (ED) glass technology was developed to counter these issues, delivering superior contrast and colour quality across the entire focal length – even at large aperture settings.
Optical SteadyShot image stabilisation
Optical SteadyShot keeps your image stable even when your hands aren’t. By compensating for the minor hand motions that can cause blurring and distortion, Optical SteadyShot ensures brilliant photographic results – even at high zooms.
7-blade circular aperture
The 7-blade circular design keeps the aperture almost perfectly circular throughout the full range of F-stops. This makes it possible to achieve smoother, more natural defocusing in your images – including artistic blurring or ‘bokeh’ – and greater control over the depth of field.