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Interchangeable lens 50mm f2.8 macro 100mm f2.8 macro 35mm f1.4 g.
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4-261-650-03(1)
50mm F2.8 Macro
2
3
4
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Interchangeable Lens/
Objectif interchangeable/
6
5
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Operating Instructions/Mode d'emploi/Manual de
instrucciones/
100mm F2.8 Macro
50mm F2.8 Macro/100mm F2.8 Macro
2
3
35mm F1.4 G
A-mount
SAL50M28/SAL100M28/SAL35F14G
©2006 Sony Corporation
6
5
4
35mm F1.4 G
2
3
1
6
5
4
–1
Printed in Japan
(1)
(2)
–2
50mm F2.8 Macro:
m
F
2.8
4
5.6
8
11
16
– 28.0
– 20.1
– 14.3
– 10.1
– 7.16
– 5.08
2
2.14 – 1.88
2.20 – 1.83
2.29 – 1.77
2.45 – 1.69
2.70 – 1.59
3.17 – 1.47
0.4
0.404 – 0.396
0.405 – 0.395
0.407 – 0.393
0.410 – 0.390
0.415 – 0.386
0.422 – 0.381
0.431 – 0.373
0.271 – 0.269
0.272 – 0.268
0.273 – 0.268
0.274 – 0.266
0.275 – 0.265
0.277 – 0.263
0.281 – 0.260
0.27
0.231 – 0.229
0.231 – 0.229
0.232 – 0.228
0.232 – 0.228
0.233 – 0.227
0.235 – 0.226
0.237 – 0.224
0.23
0.211 – 0.209
0.211 – 0.209
0.211 – 0.209
0.212 – 0.208
0.212 – 0.208
0.213 – 0.207
0.215 – 0.205
0.21
0.203
0.204 – 0.202
0.204 – 0.202
0.204 – 0.202
0.205 – 0.202
0.205 – 0.201
0.206 – 0.200
0.207 – 0.199
0.200
0.201 – 0.200
0.201 – 0.200
0.201 – 0.200
0.201 – 0.200
0.201 – 0.200
0.201 – 0.199
0.202 – 0.199
100mm F2.8 Macro:
m
F
2.8
4
5.6
8
11
16
– 107
– 75.8
– 53.6
– 38.0
– 26.9
– 19.0
3.07 – 2.93
3.11 – 2.90
3.16 – 2.86
3.23 – 2.80
3.33 – 2.73
3.50 – 2.63
3
1
1.00 – 0.993
1.00 – 0.991
1.01 – 0.987
1.01 – 0.982
1.02 – 0.975
1.03 – 0.965
0.6
0.602 – 0.598
0.602 – 0.598
0.603 – 0.597
0.605 – 0.595
0.607 – 0.593
0.610 – 0.593
0.614 – 0.587
0.45
0.451 – 0.449
0.451 – 0.449
0.451 – 0.449
0.452 – 0.448
0.452 – 0.448
0.453 – 0.447
0.455 – 0.445
0.4
0.400 – 0.400
0.400 – 0.400
0.401 – 0.399
0.401 – 0.399
0.401 – 0.399
0.402 – 0.398
0.403 – 0.397
0.370 – 0.370
0.370 – 0.370
0.370 – 0.370
0.370 – 0.370
0.371 – 0.369
0.371 – 0.369
0.371 – 0.369
0.37
0.352 – 0.352
0.352 – 0.352
0.352 – 0.352
0.352 – 0.352
0.352 – 0.352
0.352 – 0.351
0.353 – 0.351
0.352
50mm F2.8 Macro:
a
+2
+1
3 4
+1
1 2
+1
1 4
+1
+
3 4
+
1 2
+
1 4
0
b
1.00X
0.89X
0.74X
0.59X
0.47X
0.35X
0.24X
0.14X
0.04X
(1:1)
(1:1.13)
(1:1.36)
(1:1.68)
(1:2.15)
(1:2.9)
(1:4.2)
(1:7.2)
(1:22.6)
c
0.200
0.202
0.207
0.217
0.235
0.267
0.329
0.482
1.27
m
100mm F2.8 Macro:
a
+2
+1
+1
+1
+1
+
+
+
0
3 4
1 2
1 4
3 4
1 2
1 4
b
1.00X
0.93X
0.81X
0.64X
0.49X
0.36X
0.19X
0.077X
0.025X
(1:1)
(1:1.08)
(1:1.23)
(1:1.56)
(1:2.04)
(1:2.78)
(1:5.26)
(1:12.99)
(1:40)
c
0.352
0.355
0.363
0.385
0.420
0.481
0.678
1.47
4.06
m
100mm F2.8 Macro
35mm F1.4 G
7 8
9
(1)
(2)
7
8
E
(3)
9
7
50mm F2.8 Macro
100mm F2.8 Macro
1:5
1:7
1:3
1:5
9
1
4
7
8
*
**
1
2
* 50mm F2.8 Macro
100mm F2.8 Macro:
35mm F1.4 G:
22
32
– 3.61
– 2.57
4.22 – 1.32
7.96 – 1.16
0.446 – 0.364
0.285 – 0.257
0.239 – 0.222
0.217 – 0.204
0.209 – 0.198
0.202 – 0.198
22
32
– 13.5
– 9.55
3.76 – 2.50
4.21 – 2.34
1.05 – 0.951
1.08 – 0.932
0.619 – 0.582
0.457 – 0.443
0.404 – 0.396
50mm F2.8 Macro
0.372 – 0.368
0.353 – 0.351
100mm F2.8 Macro
*
1
*
2
*
3
*
1
*
2
)
50mm F2.8 Macro,100mm F2.8 Macro
A
–(2)
E
50mm F2.8 Macro,100mm F2.8 Macro
)
–(3) 50mm F2.8
Macro, 100mm F2.8 Macro
1
50mm F2.8 Macro
20cm
27cm
2
100mm F2.8 Macro
35cm
54cm
LIMIT
* 2
3
5
6
LIMIT
FULL
**
9
35mm F1.4 G
FULL
50mm F2.8 Macro, 100mm F2.8 Macro
 
(1) (2) 2
50mm F2.8 Macro, 100mm
(2)
F2.8 Macro
35mm
50mm F2.8 Macro,
100mm F2.8 Macro
 
a
b
c
2
2
35mm
*
1
1*
2
2*
2
*
3
(mm)
(mm)
(m)
75
6-7
47
32
0.2
1
F32
55
(SAL50M28)
150
8-8
24
16
0.35
1
F32
55
(SAL100M28)
35mm F1.4 G
52.5
8-10
63
44
0.3
0.2
F22
55
(SAL35F14G)
35mm
APS-C
1 35mm
2 APS-C
ADI
ADI
(1)
(1)
(1)
*
1
(1)
*
2
(1)
50mm F2.8 Macro
50mm F2.8 Macro, 100mm F2.8 Macro
English
 Focusing
When using the auto focus, the camera focuses the lens automatically.
You will find information on using each lens in this manual. Precautions
Even when the auto focus is set, the focusing ring may rotate if you move it
common to lenses, such as notes on use will be found in "Precautions
unintentionally. Only rotate the focusing ring manually when the camera is
before using" on a separate sheet. Be sure to read both documents before
set to the direct manual focus, otherwise a malfunction may result. (Some
using the lens.
cameras do not have the direct manual focus function. If your camera has this
function, this restriction is explained in the section on focusing, in your camera's
instruction manual.)
This manual is for use with several different lenses.
This lens is designed for A-mount, which can be used on Sony α cameras.
The focusing ring can be rotated slightly past the infinity to provide accurate
focusing under various operating temperatures. Do not rotate the focusing ring
all the way to the end when focusing manually even at infinity. Look through
the viewfinder, etc., and set the focus precisely. (50mm F2.8 Macro,100mm F2.8
Notes on use
Macro only)
)
When using this lens with an E-mount camera, attach a separately sold Mount
When focusing manually, set your camera to the manual focus and rotate the
Adaptor. Do not attach the lens directly to the E-mount camera or you may
focusing ring while looking through the viewfinder, etc.
damage both.
When you carry the camera with the lens attached, make sure to hold both the
Focus-hold button –(2)
camera and the lens steadily.
While the focus-hold button is pressed, auto focus function is suspended and
Do not hold by any part of the lens that protrudes when focusing. (50mm F2.8
the focus is fixed for shooting.
Macro,100mm F2.8 Macro only)
The function of the focus-hold button can be changed on cameras with custom
Precaution for flash use
function capability. Refer to the camera manuals for details.
When using a built-in camera flash, make sure to remove the lens hood and
shoot from at least 1m (3.3feet) away from your subject. With certain of
Focus-range limiter –(3)
lens/flash combinations, the lens may partially block the light of the flash,
For quick focusing, the focusing range can be limited to close or far range,
resulting in a shadow at the bottom of the picture.
depending on the distance to your subject.
Vignetting
When you use lens, the corners of the screen become darker than the center.
50mm F2.8 Macro
To reduce this phenomena (called vignetting), close the aperture by 1 to 2
100mm F2.8 Macro
stops.
To focus on subjects at close range (see the table above), set focus anywhere
LIMIT
near the subject and then set the focus-range limiter to LIMIT; the focusing
 Names of parts
range is limited to Close-focusing range. Likewise, when shooting subjects
1...Lens hood index* 2...Focusing ring 3...Distance index 4...Lens contacts
at far range, set the focus anywhere near the subject and then set the focus-
5...Depth-of-field scale 6...Distance scale 7...Focus-hold button
range limiter to LIMIT; the focus range is limited to Far-focusing range. Set
8...Focus-range limiter** 9...Mounting index
the focus-range limiter to FULL to allow the entire focusing range.
30cm
* 35mm F1.4 G only
Set the focus-range limiter to FULL, when shooting a subject between the Close
59cm
and Far focusing ranges.
** 50mm F2.8 Macro, 100mm F2.8 Macro only
Depth-of-field scale
 Attaching/detaching the lens
When focus is set on a subject, anything at that same distance will appear
sharp, and anything within a certain range before and beyond the subject will
To attach the lens (See illustration -.)
also appear in focus; this is called depth of field. Depth of field depends on
the subject distance and aperture you choose and is indicated by the lines on
1
Remove the rear and front lens caps and the camera body cap.
the depth-of-field scale corresponding to the aperture.
You can attach/detach the lens front cap in two ways, (1) and (2). When
Macro lens depth of field (50mm F2.8 Macro, 100mm F2.8
you attach/detach the lens cap with the lens hood attached, use method (2).
Macro)
2
Align the orange index on the lens barrel with the orange index
Refer to the depth-of-field table  for details on depth of field.
on the camera (mounting index), then insert the lens into the
The depth-of-field scale and depth-of-field table  is for 35mm-format
camera mount and rotate it clockwise until it locks.
cameras. The depth-of-field is shallower when you use Interchangeable Lens
Digital Cameras equipped with an APS-C sized image sensor.
Do not press the lens release button on the camera when mounting the lens.
Do not mount the lens at an angle.
 Macro photography
To remove the lens (See illustration -.)
Macro)
While pressing and holding the lens release button on the camera,
Magnification ratios
rotate the lens counterclockwise until it stops, then detach the lens.
The magnification scale is located on the extending section of the lens barrel.
The line on the magnification scale which the edge of the outer lens barrel
 Attaching lens hood
overlaps indicates the current magnification ratio (1:1 in illustration ).
It is recommended that you use a lens hood to reduce flare and ensure
As the magnification increases, the camera is more vulnerable to shaking. Use a
APS-C
maximum image quality.
tripod to steady the camera when shooting.
* The 50mm F2.8 Macro does not include an external lens hood. The lens barrel
functions as a lens hood by design.
Precautions on using a commercially available exposure
100mm F2.8 Macro:
meter or manual flash shooting function
Fit the hood into the mount on the end of the lens barrel and rotate
The brightness of the lens decreases with macro shooting. This is
the hood clockwise until it clicks.
automatically compensated for in all auto-exposure modes, or in metered
manual mode. If your camera is set to the manual exposure mode and you
35mm F1.4 G:
are using a commercially available exposure meter, or if your camera is set
Align the red line on the lens hood with the red dot on the lens (Lens
to the manual exposure mode and you are using the Manual Flash Control
hood index). Turn the hood clockwise until the red dot on the lens
function available on some external flash units, increase the exposure from
the indicated value. (Refer to the Exposure compensation table  regarding
1:1
meets the red dot on the hood and it clicks into place.
the degree of compensation.)
Attach the lens hood properly. Otherwise, the lens hood may interfere with the
desired effect or may appear in pictures.
 Exposure compensation table
When storing, turn over the lens hood and place it onto the lens backwards.
a Exposure correction
b Magnification ratios
c
Distance
AUTO
(E.g., when adjusting by the aperture, +2 means opening the aperture 2 more
stops.)
Specifications
Equivalent
Lens
Minimum
Maximum
Name
35mm-format
Angle of
Angle of
(g)
groups-
focus*
3
magnification
(Model name)
focal length*
view 1*
view 2*
1
2
2
(mm)
elements
(m (feet))
(mm)
71.5 60
295
50mm F2.8 Macro
0.2
75
6-7
47˚
32˚
(0.65)
(SAL50M28)
75 98.5
505
100mm F2.8 Macro
0.35
150
8-8
24˚
16˚
(1.2)
(SAL100M28)
69 76
510
35mm F1.4 G
0.3
52.5
8-10
63˚
44˚
(SAL35F14G)
(1)
*
1
The value for the equivalent 35mm-format focal length is based on Interchangeable Lens Digital Cameras equipped with an APS-C sized image sensor.
*
2
The value of angle of view 1 is based on 35mm-format cameras, and that of angle of view 2 is based on Interchangeable Lens Digital Cameras equipped with an APS-C sized
image sensor.
*
3
Minimum focus is the distance from the image sensor to the subject.
This lens is equipped with a distance encoder. The distance encoder allows more accurate measurement (ADI) by employing a flash for the process.
Depending on the lens mechanism, the focal length may change with any change of the shooting distance. The focal length assumes the lens is focused at infinity.
Included items: Lens (1), Lens front cap (1), Lens rear cap (1), Lens hood*
(1), Lens case*
(1), Set of printed documentation
1
2
The 50mm F2.8 Macro does not include a lens hood.
*
1
*
The 50mm F2.8 Macro and 100mm F2.8 Macro do not include a lens case.
2
Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.
and
is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
Company names and company product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of those companies.
Close-focusing range
Far-focusing range
Approx. 20 - 27cm
Approx. 30cm -
Approx. 35 - 54cm
Approx. 59cm -
(50mm F2.8 Macro, 100mm F2.8
Dimensions
Filter
Minimum
(maximum
Mass
diameter
f-stop
diameter × height)
(g (oz.))
(X)
(mm)
(mm (in.))
Approx. 71.5×60
Approx. 295
1
f/32
55
(2 13/16×2 3/8)
(10 3/8)
Approx. 75×98.5
Approx. 505
1
f/32
55
(3×4)
(18)
Approx. 69×76
Approx. 510
0.2
f/22
55
(2 3/4×3)
(18)

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  • Page 1 This manual is for use with several different lenses. This lens is designed for A-mount, which can be used on Sony α cameras.  The focusing ring can be rotated slightly past the infinity to provide accurate Interchangeable Lens/ focusing under various operating temperatures.
  • Page 2 La conception et les spécifications peuvent être modifiées sans préavis. En el modelo 50mm F2.8 Macro, no se incluye la cubierta del objetivo. sont des marques commerciales de Sony Corporation. En los modelos 50mm F2.8 Macro y 100mm F2.8 Macro no se incluye la funda del objetivo.

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