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Sony SAL135F18Z Instruction & Operation Manual

Interchangeable lens planar t * 85mm f1.4 za sonnar t * 135mm f1.8 za.
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4-261-645-03(1)
Planar T 85mm F1.4 ZA
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Interchangeable Lens/
Objectif interchangeable/
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Operating Instructions/Mode d'emploi/Manual de
instrucciones/
Planar T 85mm F1.4 ZA
Sonnar T 135mm F1.8 ZA
Sonnar T 135mm F1.8 ZA
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SAL85F14Z/SAL135F18Z
A-mount
©2006 Sony Corporation
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–1
(1)
–2
Printed in Japan
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A
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A
Planar T 85mm F1.4 ZA
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5
E
E
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(1) (2) 2
(2)
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35mm
*
1
(
)
(mm)
Planar T
85mm F1.4 ZA
127.5
7-8
29
(SAL85F14Z)
Sonnar T
135mm F1.8 ZA
202.5
8-11
18
(SAL135F18Z)
*
1
35mm
APS-C
*
2
1 35mm
2 APS-C
*
3
(1)
(1)
You will find information on using each lens in this manual. Precautions
common to lenses, such as notes on use will be found in "Precautions
before using" on a separate sheet. Be sure to read both documents before
using the lens.
This manual is for use with several different lenses.
This lens is designed for A-mount, which can be used on Sony α cameras.
This lens was developed jointly by Carl Zeiss and Sony Corporation and
designed for Sony A-mount cameras. This lens is produced according to the
strict standards and quality assurance system of Carl Zeiss.
The Planar T 85mm F1.4 ZA is used for illustrations in this book, unless
otherwise mentioned.
Notes on use
When using this lens with an E-mount camera, attach a separately sold Mount
)
Adaptor. Do not attach the lens directly to the E-mount camera or you may
damage both.
When you carry the camera with the lens attached, make sure to hold both the
camera and the lens steadily.
Do not hold by any part of the lens that protrudes when focusing.
Precautions for flash use
Sonnar T 135mm F1.8ZA
When using a built-in camera flash, make sure to remove the lens hood and
shoot from at least 1 m (3.3 feet) away from your subject. With certain of
lens/flash combinations, the lens may partially block the light of the flash,
resulting in a shadow at the bottom of the picture.
Vignetting
When you use lens, the corners of the screen become darker than the center.
To reduce this phenomena (called vignetting), close the aperture by 1 to 2
(
 
)
stops.
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 Names of parts
1···Focusing ring 2···Distance index 3···Depth-of-field scale 4···Lens contacts
5···Mounting index 6···Distance scale 7···Focus-hold button
 Attaching/detaching the lens
To attach the lens (See illustration –.)
1
4
2
35mm
APS-C
To remove the lens (See illustration –.)
While pressing and holding the lens release button on the camera,
rotate the lens counterclockwise until it stops, then detach the lens.
Specifications
1*
2*
*
(g)
2
2
3
(mm)
(m)
( )
(mm)
19
0.85
0.13
F22
72
81 75
640
12
0.72
0.25
F22
77
88 114.5
995
135mm F1.8 ZA
*
1
*
2
*
3
ADI
ADI
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.
(1)
(1)
(1)
Included items: Lens (1), Lens front cap (1), Lens rear cap (1), Lens hood (1), Lens case (1), Set of printed documentation
Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Company names and company product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of those companies.
English
 Attaching lens hood
It is recommended that you use a lens hood to reduce flare and ensure
maximum image quality.
Fit the lens hood into the mount on the end of the lens barrel and
rotate the lens hood clockwise until it clicks.
When storing, turn over the lens hood and place it onto the lens backwards.
 Focusing
When using the auto focus, the camera focuses the lens automatically.
Even when the auto focus is set, the focusing ring may rotate if you move it
unintentionally. Only rotate the focusing ring manually when the camera is
set to the direct manual focus, otherwise a malfunction may result. (Some
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.)
When focusing manually, set your camera to the manual focus and rotate the
focusing ring while looking through the viewfinder, etc.
Shooting at infinity in MF(Sonnar T
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.
Focus-hold button (See illustration –.)
While the focus-hold button is pressed, auto focus function is suspended and
the focus is fixed for shooting.
The function of the focus-hold button can be changed on cameras with custom
function capability. Refer to the camera manuals for details.
Depth-of-field scale
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
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
the depth-of-field scale corresponding to the aperture.
The depth-of-field scale is for 35mm-format cameras. The depth-of-field is
shallower when you use Interchangeable Lens Digital Cameras equipped with an
APS-C sized image sensor.
Remove the rear and front lens caps and the camera body cap.
You can attach/detach the lens front cap in two ways, (1) and (2). When
you attach/detach the lens cap with the lens hood attached, use method (2).
Align the orange index on the lens barrel with the orange index
on the camera (mounting index), then insert the lens into the
camera mount and rotate it clockwise until it locks.
Do not press the lens release button on the camera when mounting the lens.
Do not mount the lens at an angle.
Equivalent
Minimum
Maximum
Name
35mm-format
Lens groups-
Angle of
Angle of
Minimum
focus*
3
magnification
1
2
2
(Model name)
focal length*
elements
view 1*
view 2*
f-stop
(m (feet))
(×)
(mm)
Planar T
85mm F1.4 ZA
127.5
7-8
29°
19°
0.85 (2.8)
0.13
f/22
(SAL85F14Z)
Sonnar T
202.5
8-11
18°
12°
0.72 (2.4)
0.25
f/22
(SAL135F18Z)
The value for the equivalent 35mm-format focal length is based on Interchangeable Lens Digital Cameras equipped with an APS-C sized image sensor.
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.
Minimum focus is the distance from the image sensor to the subject.
is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
135mm F1.8ZA only)
Dimensions
Filter
(maximum
Mass
diameter
diameter × height)
(g (oz.))
(mm)
(mm (in.))
Approx. 81×75
Approx. 640
72
(3 1/4×3)
(22 5/8)
Approx. 88×114.5
Approx. 995
77
(3 1/2×4 5/8)
(35 1/8)

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  • Page 1  This manual is for use with several different lenses.  Focusing This lens is designed for A-mount, which can be used on Sony α cameras. Interchangeable Lens/  When using the auto focus, the camera focuses the lens automatically.
  • Page 2 únicamente cuando la cámara esté ajustada en el modo de enfoque Corporation et est conçu pour les appareils photo à monture Sony A. Corporation, y está diseñado para las cámaras de montura A de Sony. Este mode de mise au point manuelle sous peine de provoquer un problème de manual directo.

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