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  • Specifications
    Lens Mount Compatibility
    Sony E-Mount, Sony E-Mount (Full-Frame)
    Lens Type
    Telephoto Zoom
    Minimum Focal Length
    70 millimeters
    Maximum Focal Length
    200 millimeters
    Maximum Aperture

Sony - FE 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS II Full-Frame Telephoto Zoom G Master E mount Lens - White

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Must Have GM Lens

    Gotta say this is hands-down my all time favorite and most used lenses. Short review: great quality, fast linear auto focus, superb weather sealed, and lightweight. From my experience, this lens handles everything easily, it catches focus in a snap, making sure that you won't be missing out on anything. It also has an extra aperture ring, and if you're a videographer, I think this will be a great addition, and it is my personal favorite add-on. Moreover, it has great bokeh and fast aperture that goes all the way down to f/2.8, so you can get your creamy background. Chromatic abberation control is extremely good, almost unnoticable. Sharpness is great across the focal lengths, unless you use 2x teleconverter, then you might notice slight chromatic abberation and sharpness reduction compared to 100-400 GM. Other than that, you'll get GM lens weather sealed quality, means that if you find yourself shooting in extreme weather like heavy rain or blowing sand, this will withstand it without any hassle. On top of that, it has no external zoom, so sand won't be able to get in as easily as other lenses on the market. I've been through all of that and so far, it still functions like a champ, no problems whatsoever. Another big factor for me is the weight, and it was also GM1's biggest problem. It was almost 4lbs heavy, and it gets to the point that you wouldn't want to bring it anywhere and since I got this lens, it weighted only 2.3 lbs, I started using 70-200 more than I would normally. Therefore, if you travel or handheld cameras a lot, then GM 2 would be a clear winner. TL, DR: Must have GM lens if you want to level up your photography. Fixed most of the problems from its predecessor. Worth the money.

    Posted by MinhNghia

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    The best lens out there!!

    The lens it’s the best of its kind! It is super fast, sharp and light weight when compared to the original 70-200mm and other zoom lens. I love it and I’m having a grat time using it!! Pros: fast, sharp, light weight, new linear quad motors. cons: costly, a bit large

    Posted by ghostbrigade

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Phenomenal lens! Highly recommend!

    Absolutely a game-changer. I love the bokeh, the sharpness, and how quickly it locks focus. Great for weddings, headshots, and events.

    Posted by SonacityPhotography