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Sony FE 100-400mm F4.5–5.6 GM OSS

Price:PKR. 903,516.00 /

Asin: B06ZYJ2MG7
Product weight: 3.08 Pounds
Product dimentsions: 11.93 x 5.47 x 5.67 inches
Cost Break Down
Full-frame super telephoto zoom with outstanding sharpness, fast AF and compact design that maintains the high standard of resolution shared among all of Sony’s flagship line of G Master lens series. It’s an exceptionally powerful photographic tool for a variety of enthusiast and professional shooters, in particular those that are commonly shooting sports or wildlife. Filter Diameter (mm) 77. Hood Type : Round shape, bayonet type.
Product Dimensions
11.93 x 5.47 x 5.67 inches
Item Weight
3.08 pounds
Item model number
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer
Date First Available
April 19, 2017

Date:Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 22, 2023

Review:My 1st telephoto prime. Boy was it expensive. But it pays off. Takes beautiful pictures, very nice background blurr. A definite buy. Read more

A. R. Price

Date:Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on September 22, 2022

Review:I got this for butterflies, dragonflies, etc. Normally I use the 200-600, but it does not focus closer than 2+meters, and I was missing a lot of butterfly shots. (It is a fantastic bird lens). The 100-400 does the trick, it focuses close, and is long enough for most butterflies, etc. It also has a greater magnification . I am using this as is, hand held and no flash. Compared to the 200-600, the 100-400 is much lighter and quite a bit sharper. The autofocus is a bit slower, and more likely to need a manual assist to get in the basic range, but bird-eye etc. work fine,. Really a pleasure to use. It is also good for birds, albeit with less reach. It could be used as a lighter travel option with the 1.4 teleconverter. Read more


Date:Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on September 11, 2022

Review:I find that shooting handheld with this lens is pretty easy. The image stabilization is great. I have found that leaving the tripod foot is very helpful when shooting I also leave the tripod plate on so I am can have a quick easy mount when I want. I was concerned about the aperture on the lens but recently took some sunset photos and was very pleased. There are many features about this lens that I like. The only difficult part is leaving it behind when I am on my feet all day in the city for street photography. Read more


Date:Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on September 29, 2018

Review:Excellent build quality. High quality construction. Not as heavy as I thought it would be, which is good. Has three assignable buttons one can use in portrait/landscape orientations. Detachable foot. Slide door on hood enabling access when wanting to adjust circular polarizing filter--all very practical. The focus ring is buttery smooth, as is the focal length adjustment ring--very good for video use. The optical image stabilization works seamlessly on my A7RIII. At 400mm, I have been able to take sharp images hand held at 1/80th of a second shutter speed. The lens is very very sharp at all focal lengths, which is why I said "Why Buy the 70-200 GM When You Can Have the 100-400GM?" If you need a telephoto zoom for portraits in low light, this is not your lens. But I feel very comfortable saying this lens would make an excellent portrait lens in studio and outdoors in good lighting. Don't forget 400mm at 5.6 isolates the subject and blows out the background just as well as 135mm or 200mm at f/2.8. No need to worry so much a HSS to get that effect, either. Have hd bad experiences with 3rd party sellers, so I bought this lens directly from Amazon services. The lens arrived in a brand new box--no scratches, no sign of ever having been opened or tampered with. Thank you Amazon. Read more


Date:Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on August 17, 2021

Review:I was debating between the Sigma and Sony 100 - 400 mm lenses. Even though this is pricier I decided to go with the Sony G Master for few reasons. Its built quality is better than the Sigma and the GM lens focuses faster compared to sigma (again this is from my personal trial and test - I am not claiming I am an expert in testing lense). The image and color rendition is superb. Paring with the Sony 16-35 F2.8 GM I am set for all my Landscapes and Wildlife photography. I will certainly recommend this lens to any Sony Mirrorless APSC or FF users. Read more

Toby Marshall

Date:Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on April 8, 2021

Review:While this lens is certainly expensive, its performance is stellar. Excellent contrast and sharpness across the frame at all focal lengths. AF is quick and sure. Stabilization, when using it also with a stabilized body, is amazing. I can handhold 400mm at 1/8 second. I bought it primarily to use for a video documentary that I will be shooting. It can be used on a good video tripod with stabilization, which is important for me. It cannot compensate for the small and quick vibrations of a light tripod (which is why it is suggested to switch off stabilization when using a tripod), but the stabilization works well with a heavier tripod. Read more

Mark & Jen

Date:Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on November 24, 2020

Review:I am smitten with this lens. Excellent range, super sharp, super fast autofocus. I couldn't ask for more. It's turning out to be the lens that is on my cameras the most by the results I'm getting from it. I've attached 8 photos that show a diverse range of awesome shots I've been able to land with it just in the last 2 months. The images are so crispy edge to edge. My only small qualm with the lens is that the bokeh can look kind of onion-ringy and busy in certain lighting like in the pelican shot i've included. All-in-all I consider this a must by for anyone that needs this range. Read more

Jonnys Bazar

Date:Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on June 5, 2020

Review:I have both lens like you seeying on the photos.. but... 200 - 600 with 2x teleconverter is way better than 100-400Cameras used was A9II and A7R4 for the photos with 1200mm here attached! If I can tell you what you have to buy today? For the price 200-600 For teleconverter 2x use 200-600 For the sharpness 200-600 with 2x teleconverter is absolutely amazing! All photos are with 2x teleconverter, took today June 05 2020 Used Topaz Denoize because it was in F13 and even a day time.. I got some noise! So buy the 200-500 more reach and more sharpness than 100-400 Sony G master Lens! Obrigado thank you!! Dhyogo! Read more

Rodolfo Possato

Date:Reviewed in Brazil 🇧🇷 on April 24, 2022

Review:Chegou rápido. Produto muito bom! Read more