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Sony FE 4/12-24 G


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The "monster" cap. It doesn't just push onto the hood - it clamps onto it.
The huge release levers make it very easy to remove/replace the cap.


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• The hood is permanently attached. Probably as a protection for the bulbous lens.

• AF/MF switch and Focus Hold Button on the left side.

• The focusing ring is nicely damped. Note that it is slightly larger in circumference
than the zoom ring, making it easy to move back and forth between the two rings
with my left hand under the lens barrel.

• No filter threads.


Photographs in Riverside, CA.
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Dormant grasses, Fairmount Park. 14mm
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Spillway, Fairmount Park. 16mm.
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Flowers, Mission Inn Hotel Walkway. 12mm.
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Iglesia Ni Cristo. 12mm.
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Christian Science Church. 16mm.
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Unitarian Church. 12mm.
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Mission Inn Hotel. 12mm.
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Mission Inn Hotel. 12mm.
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Christian Science Church. 12mm.
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Unitarian Church. 20mm.
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Unitarian Church. 24mm
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Christian Science Church. 18mm.
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Mission Inn Hotel. 12mm.
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Mission Inn Hotel. 18mm.




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