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Sony FE 70-200mm f/2.8 GM OSS Lens

Price:PKR. 783,422.00 /

Asin: B01IDQEQ34
Product weight: 4.91 Pounds
Product dimentsions: 11.93 x 5.47 x 5.67 inches
Cost Break Down
An incomparable constant aperture F2.8 70-200 mm telephoto zoom with extraordinary G Master resolution that offers unsurpassed rendering and bokeh, blazing AF, and extraordinary image stabilization performance.
Product Dimensions
11.93 x 5.47 x 5.67 inches
Item Weight
4.91 pounds
Item model number
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer
Date First Available
July 11, 2016
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on November 19, 2022

Review:Let me start off by saying I am a just hockey dad who takes pics of my daughter and her team. She has been part of a travel team now for over two years so I had decided to start taking photos a little more seriously than I had been on her prior teams, i.e. beyond my iPhone and a cheaper Lumix. As some may know, local ice rinks have some of the worst lighting and more so inconsistent even walking 30' so the Sony A7III I purchased helped significantly to address that. I originally bought the Tamron 70-180 lens as part of a way to reduce my overall investment. As I had used the combo over a season plus, I got the itch this summer to get the Sony as the price was getting reasonable now that the V2 was released. So, now I have the 1st Gen G Master and the Tamron is still here but not used. The question that one would ask, is it that much better than the Tamron for sports. In general I would say yes however it's only based on the fact I seem to get less throwaway images than with the Tamron. Don't get me wrong, I take over 1k shots a game so 95% are usually throwaways but I get more in focused of the ones I want. I do leave image stabilization enabled all the time. I do notice that this lens every once in a while gets into a fit with back focus which I was surprised would happen. It does not happen often but never the less, something I have seen. It could be some of my own ignorance with the setup and situation at that moment. The Tamron was not having any such issues so there is that. The additional 20mm helps to reduce the amount of cropping I have to do when trying to get some of the longer range shots so that was a welcome update, necessary no but welcome. The focus button on the lens is a great feature and just easier than using the camera's button. Now, colors, sharpness, etc.... The reviews are mostly spot on from and I do think the colors even in these cold, dank rinks are pretty good especially when you're not shooting through the glass. One thing you really cannot grasp is the weight until you have it in your hands. I don't have too much of an issue with it but compared to the Tamron, it's a brick. So, I still have the Tamron as noted and eventually I will get around to selling it. Is this lens worth it over the Tamron at least for me, yes. I certainly would welcome a lighter one but the v2 is well out of my price range at this point so I will use this for a few years and maybe someday I will upgrade. Read more

William Stevens
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on January 17, 2020

Review:20200116 1830. Don't get me wrong, it is a fine lens, but it is $2500 and for that I expected something ... AMAZING! I got the lens for portrait shooting, but so far, I like the pictures from my Tokina 100mm better. The Sony is not quite as sharp at f/2.8. Stop it down to 4, or even 8, and the pictures are crisp. But, if I'm going to shoot at f/8, I could just as well use my Sony 25-250. The real issue for most people getting this lens is the 1:2.8 constant-aperture zoom. That is really nice, and I like the lens, I just didn't get the jolt of excitement I expected. Other reviews will tell you that it is amazingly sharp at f2.8. I just don't find that. Granted, I have only shot maybe 200 shots on it. I will keep testing, and I will update this review if I decide differently, but as of now, I'm not as happy as I thought I would be with it wide open. In fact, when I shoot on the Sigma 150-600, I like the pictures better. I admit, the Sigma is huge, and I'm not so likely to shoot any portraits at 150mm, but ... Anyway, that's the subjective review. Now the objective stuff. 1. It's a big lens. Sony equipped it with an adjustable collar and a tripod foot to better balance it on a tripod. The foot mounts on a rotatable collar that allows adjusting which parts of the lens (or the camera) are oriented toward wherever you need them. This allows shooting portrait or landscape without taking the camera off the tripod. There are dots on the lens body and the collar to help you line up on a perfect 90 degrees. 2. There are three (count 'em, 3) focus hold buttons on the lens. 3. The lens has Optical Steady Shot (hence the OSS in its name) with two modes: 1) normal 2) panning. The OSS works with the in-body stabilization available on the a7 ii, iii, and iv cameras, so, at least in theory, even better stabilization. This is similar to what Sigma offers in the 150-600 I mentioned earlier. On both lenses, I leave them in mode 2. Sony recommends turning off OSS when on a tripod. 4. The lens has SSM (super sonic motor) much like the Canon USM. The SSM is strong, and turns the heavy focusing elements quickly and quietly. If you plan to use this at a wedding, it won't disturb anyone. It also works nicely recording video, especially when combined with constant auto-focus (AF-C). 5. for manual focus and DFM, the lens has a big rubber focus ring. It is a real focus ring you can use comfortably and confidently. Sony did a GREAT job on both the focus ring and the zoom ring. And wait, that's not all: the zoom and focus rings are nearly perfectly spaced to allow easy use with one hand. The lens really fits in the left hand nicely. Good job, Sony! 6. The zoom ring is another big win. Compared to other lenses, the zoom ring is marvelous. It is great without comparing, but Sony really did a good job here as well. The zoom ring completes its entire range of 70-200mm in right at 1/4 of a turn. Other lenses I've used require so much more turning (ahem, cough, the Sigma 150-600 requires a full 1/2 turn). That may not sound like much, but if you are shooting a portrait session, it means you don't ever need to let go of the lens to zoom. 7. The lens hood is better than any other lens I've ever used. I used a lot of lenses. The hood has a common "tulip" shape, that's not the interesting part. Sony put a small port at the bottom side of the hood to allow adjusting filters without removing the hood. The hood also has a lock to keep it from coming off inadvertently. 8. The build quality is superb. The lens is metal, it is heavy, but it is well built. Everything moves smoothly, and it just feels good when you hold it. I warn you now, if you aren't working out, you will want to. This thing weighs a little over 3 pounds! doesn't sound like much until you shoot an hour-long ball game. :-) All in all, so far, it is a great lens. Read more

Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on May 8, 2023

Review:Coming from a pre owned mediocre sigma 70-200 f/2.8, I am in love with this lens. It was a long process getting around my indecision due to the price, but it was worth it. The image quality with this combination blew me away. If you can afford to part with the cash, prepare to take it to the next level. Read more

Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on May 10, 2023

Review:Ease of use and focusing ability was amazing!!! Read more

Amanda R.
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 10, 2023

Review:Out of all of the lens I own, this will always be my favorite. It took my 24-70 breaking on a trip to force me to use this lens for everything and I walked away loving it more than I ever thought I would be. Portraits, wedding, landscape, wildlife anything. The f2.8 combined with the compression creates stunning up close imagery or powerful landscape images. I’ve owned this for a few years and it will be my most touched next to my 24-70. Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on October 20, 2019

Review:Fantastic optics, a little heavy to manipulate. Great all around lens. Very versatile Read more

Zou Yiming

Date:Reviewed in Singapore 🇸🇬 on July 21, 2022

Review:The experience was so good when I walked along the street and captured the view that was 50 meters away. And the delivery took only 1 week from Australia to Singapore. Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on June 26, 2019

Review:Objectif d’une grande qualité avec un piqué exceptionnel! Read more


Date:Reviewed in Brazil 🇧🇷 on June 28, 2019

Review:Maravilha, tudo entregue como prometido, a lente dispensa comentários Read more

René F.

Date:Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on November 2, 2017

Review:This lens is nothing but «bestpro».... Sharp, very sharp, fast, luminous..... Read more