I rented this lens for a sailboat trip on Lake Michigan. This lens was extremely versatile. I was able to take nearby shots of a lighthouse, a passing cruise ship, and a water pumping station. But I was also able to get fantastic shots of the skyline at sunset and after dark. The motion of the boat prohibited any long shots, but at short shutter speeds the lens performed beautifully. The autofocus was smooth, and the DOF suited my subject very well. Please see the shots I took: http://www.secondfloorphoto.com/Photography/Around-Chicago/i-58gNCKN/1/L/20110831-DSC02376-L.jpg http://www.secondfloorphoto.com/Photography/Around-Chicago/i-bTvDKgQ/1/M/20110831-DSC02399-L.jpg http://www.secondfloorphoto.com/Photography/Around-Chicago/i-tNH4cmH/1/L/20110831-DSC02415-L.jpg http://www.secondfloorphoto.com/Photography/Around-Chicago/i-TZh6f99/1/L/20110831-DSC02442-L.jpg http://www.secondfloorphoto.com/Photography/Around-Chicago/i-ThT5rb9/1/L/20110831-DSC02521-L.jpg
Sony 28-75mm f/2.8 Zoom Lens
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Lens Rental Package Includes: Front cap, rear cap, UV filter, and lens hood.
The constant aperture makes this lens ideal for video and the wide open aperture of f/2.8 allows for shooting in dim lit situations. If you want the actual 28-75mm range you can use this with the Sony A900 but with every other Sony camera you would be shooting with a cropped sensor making the range 42mm to 114mm.
This lens has 16 lens elements in 14 groups, offers a maximum magnification of 0.22x, and takes 67mm filters.