The Sony E 10-18mm f4 OSS Lens expands the Sony E mount lens system and is designed for Sony's smaller APS-C compact system cameras. This lens is great for capturing dynamic landscapes, group shots, cityscapes and general use out and about. The Sony E10-18mm f4 OSS lens features a Super Sonic Wave Motor for quiet responsive autofocus, a lightweight design with special sealing against dust and moisture.
The Sony E 10-18mm f/4 OSS lens features a Super Sonic Wave motor for quiet responsive autofocus, a lightweight design with special sealing against dust and moisture.
10-18 mm super wide-angle zoom lens
The SEL-1018 offers a constant maximum aperture of f4 through the entire focal length range, enabling the use of the widest aperture at every focal length. Even in low-light environments, such as outdoors at sunset, users will be able to take advantage of the bright aperture and use fast shutter speeds without unnecessarily raising ISO sensitivity.
Built-in Optical SteadyShot™ image stabilisation
The built-in Optical SteadyShot image stabilisation system provides a 4-stop (approx.) shutter speed advantage, making it significantly easier to achieve crisp, blur-free images and video.
Superb image capturing capability
3 aspherical lens elements correct for spherical aberration and distortion, making it possible to shoot high-contrast, high-quality images with markedly less bleeding even at the maximum aperture. In addition, the optical system employs Super Extra-low Dispersion glass, realising highly detailed images with reduced colour aberration even at the 10 mm focal length.
In low-light shots or nightscapes, out-of-focus light sources have a pleasing circular defocused effect.
Minimum focal length of 10 mm (15 mm in 35 mm eq.)
Thanks to a minimum focal length of only 10 mm (15 mm in 35 mm-camera equivalency), the SEL-1018 delivers finely detailed, super wide-angle photos, ideal for shooting majestic landscapes that can only be captured with super wide-angle lenses, as well as for producing striking photos with emphasized perspective.
Internal Focusing System
Lens elements at the rear of the optical system move, allowing rapid auto-focus response.