SONY

SAL300F28G2

300mm F2.8 G SSM II

sample: SAL300F28G2

LA-EA5

  • Available with a Mount Adaptor.
  • Operation sound of the diaphragm is recorded with the internal microphone.
  • Outside the A (Aperture priority), S (Shutter priority), and M (Manual) modes, the shutter speed and the aperture can not be adjusted during the movie recording.
  • The [Lens Comp] (Lens Compensation) function does not work.
  • If you attach the [A-mount lens] using the Mount Adaptor, MF assist function does not work automatically when you turn the focus ring. You can enlarge the image by selecting [Focus Magnifier] function or [MF Assist] function to any key in the "Custom Key Settings".
  • In order to use focal plane phase detection AF, the camera's system software must be updated to Ver. 2.00 or later. If the version of the camera's system software is 1.X, it is set to the contrast AF, and with an A-mount lens attached, the autofocus speed will be slower than when an E-mount lens is attached. (It takes approximately 2 to 7 seconds (based on Sony’s measurement standard). It may vary depending on the subjects or brightness of the shooting environments.)

LA-EA4

  • Available with a Mount Adaptor.
  • Operation sound of the diaphragm is recorded with the internal microphone.
  • The [Lens Comp] (Lens Compensation) function does not work.
  • If you use MF (Manual Focus) in the A (Aperture priority), S (Shutter priority), or M (Manual) mode, the shutter speed and the aperture can be adjusted during the movie recording. If you use AF (Autofocus), the aperture will be fixed to F3.5, or the largest aperture if the lens' largest aperture is smaller than F3.5, during the movie recording.
  • When you record movies with autofocus, the operating noise of the lens may be recorded.
  • The "Focal plane phase detection AF" function does not work.
  • The "EYE AF" function does not work.
  • If you attach the [A-mount lens] using the Mount Adaptor, MF assist function does not work automatically when you turn the focus ring. You can enlarge the image by selecting [Focus Magnifier] function or [MF Assist] function to any key in the "Custom Key Settings".
  • Shading of the corners may occur. In that case, using smaller aperture may reduce the shading.

LA-EA3

  • Available with a Mount Adaptor.
  • Operation sound of the diaphragm is recorded with the internal microphone.
  • Outside the A (Aperture priority), S (Shutter priority), and M (Manual) modes, the shutter speed and the aperture can not be adjusted during the movie recording.
  • The [Lens Comp] (Lens Compensation) function does not work.
  • If you attach the [A-mount lens] using the Mount Adaptor, MF assist function does not work automatically when you turn the focus ring. You can enlarge the image by selecting [Focus Magnifier] function or [MF Assist] function to any key in the "Custom Key Settings".
  • In order to use focal plane phase detection AF, the camera's system software must be updated to Ver. 2.00 or later. If the version of the camera's system software is 1.X, it is set to the contrast AF, and with an A-mount lens attached, the autofocus speed will be slower than when an E-mount lens is attached. (It takes approximately 2 to 7 seconds (based on Sony’s measurement standard). It may vary depending on the subjects or brightness of the shooting environments.)

LA-EA2

  • Available with a Mount Adaptor.
  • Operation sound of the diaphragm is recorded with the internal microphone.
  • The [Lens Comp] (Lens Compensation) function does not work.
  • If you use MF (Manual Focus) in the A (Aperture priority), S (Shutter priority), or M (Manual) mode, the shutter speed and the aperture can be adjusted during the movie recording. If you use AF (Autofocus), the aperture will be fixed to F3.5, or the largest aperture if the lens' largest aperture is smaller than F3.5, during the movie recording.
  • When you record movies with autofocus, the operating noise of the lens may be recorded.
  • The angle of view will be narrower down to that of APS-C size.
  • The "Focal plane phase detection AF" function does not work.
  • The "EYE AF" function does not work.
  • If you attach the [A-mount lens] using the Mount Adaptor, MF assist function does not work automatically when you turn the focus ring. You can enlarge the image by selecting [Focus Magnifier] function or [MF Assist] function to any key in the "Custom Key Settings".

LA-EA1

  • Available with a Mount Adaptor.
  • Operation sound of the diaphragm is recorded with the internal microphone.
  • Outside the A (Aperture priority), S (Shutter priority), and M (Manual) modes, the shutter speed and the aperture can not be adjusted during the movie recording.
  • The [Lens Comp] (Lens Compensation) function does not work.
  • The angle of view will be narrower down to that of APS-C size.
  • If you attach the [A-mount lens] using the Mount Adaptor, MF assist function does not work automatically when you turn the focus ring. You can enlarge the image by selecting [Focus Magnifier] function or [MF Assist] function to any key in the "Custom Key Settings".
  • In order to use focal plane phase detection AF, the camera's system software must be updated to Ver. 2.00 or later, and the system software for the Mount Adaptor (LA-EA1) must be update to Ver.02 or later. In the case of other than the above combination, it is set to the contrast AF, and with an A-mount lens attached, the autofocus speed will be slower than when an E-mount lens is attached. (It takes approximately 2 to 7 seconds (based on Sony’s measurement standard). It may vary depending on the subjects or brightness of the shooting environments.)