Sony DT 55-200 mm f/ 4-5.6 SAM II Lens Manual


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Sony DT 55-200 mm f/ 4-5.6 SAM II Lens Manual | Manualzz
4-449-804-02(1)
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(2)
交換レンズ/
Interchangeable Lens/
Objectif interchangeable/
取扱説明書/Operating Instructions/Mode d'emploi/
Manual de instrucciones/
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(4)
70-400mm F4-5.6 G SSM II
SAL70400G2
A-mount
(1)
©2013 Sony Corporation
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70-400mm F4-5.6 G SSM II
(SAL70400G2)
105-600
12-18
34 -6 10'
23 -4 10'
1.5
0.27
F22-F32
77
94.5×196
1,500(三脚座別)
–1

To change vertical/horizontal position
主な仕様
Printed in Japan
いの場合
ます。
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 lens is designed for A-mount, which can be used on Sony
α cameras.
Notes on use
ˎˎ 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.
ˎˎ When you carry the camera with the lens attached, make sure to
hold both the camera and the lens steadily.
ˎˎ Do not hold by any part of the lens that protrudes when
zooming.
Precaution for flash use
When using a built-in camera flash, make sure to remove the
lens hood. 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.
Darkening at the top of the viewfinder image
The top of the viewfinder image may appear darker. This is a
normal phenomenon caused by the size of the reflex mirror in
the camera, and does not affect the recorded image.
 Names of parts
1···Zooming ring 2···Focusing ring 3···Distance index
4···Lens contacts 5···Lens hood index 6···Focal-length scale
7···Focal-length index 8···Distance scale 9···Focus hold button
10···Focus-mode/range switch 11···Mounting index
12···Lens index (black) 13···Collar mounting index (red)
14···Collar index (black) 15···Collar 16···Collar-locking knob
 Attaching/detaching the lens
To attach the lens (See illustration –.)
1
Remove the rear and front lens caps and the camera
body cap.
ˎˎ You
2
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.
ˎˎ Do
not press the lens release button on the camera when
mounting the lens.
ˎˎ Do not mount the lens at an angle.
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.
 Using the tripod
When using a tripod, attach it to the-mounting collar of the
lens, not to the tripod receptacle of the camera.
Loosen the collar-locking knob on the tripod-mounting collar
(1) and rotate the camera either direction. The camera can be
quickly switched between vertical and horizontal positions while
maintaining stability when using a tripod.
ˎˎ Black
indexes (collar indexes) are located at 90° intervals on the
tripod-mounting collar. Align a black index on the tripodmounting collar with the black index (collar index) on the lens to
adjust the camera position precisely (2).
ˎˎ Tighten the collar-locking knob firmly after the camera position
is set.
To detach the tripod-mounting collar from the
lens
The tripod-mounting collar can be detached from the lens
when not using a tripod.
1
2
3
4
Remove the lens from the camera.
“ Attaching/detaching the lens” for details.
ˎˎ See
Loosen the collar-locking knob (1).
Rotate the tripod-mounting collar to align the red index
on the tripod-mounting collar (collar mounting index
next to SET/RELEASE) with the orange index on the lens
(mounting index) (3).
Move the tripod-mounting collar towards the lens
mount and detach the tripod-mounting collar from
the lens (4).
 Attaching lens hood
It is recommended that you use a lens hood to reduce flare and
ensure maximum image quality.
Align the red line on the lens hood with the red dot on
the lens (Lens hood index). Turn the hood clockwise
until the red dot on the hood meets the red dot on the
lens and it clicks into place (1).
polarizing-filter window can be opened (2) to allow the
rotation of the polarizing filter (sold separately) without having
to remove the lens hood. Close the window when shooting.
ˎˎ Attach the lens hood properly. Otherwise, the lens hood may
interfere with the desired effect or may appear in pictures.
ˎˎ When storing, turn over the lens hood and place it onto the lens
backwards.
Specifications
70-400mm F4-5.6 G SSM II
(SAL70400G2)
Equivalent 35mm-format focal 105-600
length*1 (mm)
Lens groups-elements
12-18
34°-6°10'
Angle of view 1*2
23°-4°10'
Angle of view 2*2
1.5 (5)
Minimum focus*3(m (feet))
Maximum magnification (×)
0.27
Minimum f-stop
f/22-f/32
Filter diameter (mm)
77
94.5 × 196
Dimensions (maximum
(3 3/4 × 7 3/4)
diameter × height)
(Approx., mm (in.))
Mass (Approx., g (oz))
1,500 (53) (except the collar)
Name (Model name)
*1 The equivalent 35mm-format focal length shown above is for
Interchangeable Lens Digital Cameras equipped with an APS-C
sized image sensor.
*2 The angle of view 1 is for 35mm-format cameras, and the angle
of view 2 is for Interchangeable Lens Digital Cameras equipped
with an APS-C size image sensor.
*3 Minimum focus is the shortest distance from the image sensor
to the subject.
ˎˎ This
lens is equipped with a distance encoder. The distance
encoder allows more accurate measurement (ADI) by using an
ADI-compatible flash.
ˎˎ 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), Front lens cap (1), Rear lens cap (1), Lens hood (1),
Lens case (1), Set of printed documentation
Design 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.
ˎˎ The
 Zooming
Rotate the zooming ring to the desired focal length.
 Focusing
To set AF/MF (auto focus/manual focus) and
Focus range (AF range)
The focus mode can be switched between AF and MF on the
lens. You can also select the focus range (AF range) in AF
mode.
To shoot in AF mode, set the focus mode to AF both on the
camera and lens, and select the focus range (AF range) on the
lens. You can shoot in MF mode when either the camera or
the lens or both are set to MF.
To set the focus mode on the lens
(See illustration -.)
Slide the focus-mode/range switch to the appropriate mode,
AF or MF, and to the appropriate focus range (AF range) when
AF is selected.
ˎˎ In
AF, select a focus range from the following, depending on
the distance to your subject with the focus-mode/range switch.
Setting the focus range allows for quicker focusing. This is useful
when the shooting range is limited.
ˋˋFULL
: No distance limit. AF works in the entire range.
: AF works from 3.0m to infinity.
ˋˋ-3m
ˎˎ In
MF, turn the focusing ring to adjust the focus while looking
through the viewfinder, etc. (See illustration -).
To use a camera equipped with an AF/MF control
button
ˎˎ Press
the AF/MF control button to switch AF to MF when both
the camera and lens are set to AF.
ˎˎ Press the AF/MF control button to switch MF to AF when the
camera is set to MF and the lens is set to AF.
Direct manual focus (DMF)
Rotate the focusing ring to set correct DMF when the focus is
locked in AF-A (automatic auto focus) or AF-S (single-shot
auto focus).
ˎˎ DMF
is not available in the following cases:
ˋˋWhen
the image is out of focus
AF-C (continuous auto focus) is selected
ˋˋWhen the focus is confirmed for the second photo during
continuous recording in AF-A
ˋˋWhen
Shooting at infinity in MF
The focusing mechanism turns slightly past infinity to provide
accurate focusing under various operating temperatures. Always
confirm the image sharpness through the viewfinder, etc.,
especially when the lens is focused near infinity.
Focus-hold button (See illustration –.)
Vignetage
1
While the focus-hold button is pressed, auto focus function is
suspended and the focus is fixed for shooting. (This lens has 3
focus-hold buttons.)
ˎˎ The
function of the focus-hold button can be changed on
cameras with custom function capability. Refer to the camera
manuals for details.
On teleconverters
You can use the 1.4X Teleconverter (SAL14TC) and 2X
Teleconverter (SAL20TC) in MF mode. In this case, focus
manually while monitoring the image in the viewfinder, etc., as
the focusing function on the camera does not work.
ˎˎ Shading
may appear in the viewfinder image depending on the
camera. This is not abnormal. This shading does not affect the
recorded image.
2
1
2
3
4
ˋˋFULL
plage.
ˋˋ-3m
ˎˎ En
ˎˎ Selon
1
70-400mm F4-5.6 G SSM II
(SAL70400G2)
105-600
12-18
34°-6°10'
23°-4°10'
1,5 (5)
0,27
f/22-f/32
77
94,5 × 196
(3 3/4 × 7 3/4)
1 500 (53) (sauf le cadre)
2
1
ˎˎ Consulte
2
3
4
规格
ˋˋFULL
ˎˎ En
ˋˋSi
ˎˎ No
Spécifications
Nom (Nom de modèle)
ˎˎ En
1

ˎˎ Es
2
70-400mm F4-5.6 G SSM II
(SAL70400G2)
105-600
12-18
34°-6°10'
23°-4°10'
1,5
0,27
f/22-f/32
77
94,5 × 196
ˎˎ Este
关于增距镜
1
规格
2
3
4

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