The pictures in the modern world are one of the most important parts of the get-together and casual meetings. The quality of the picture varies from camera to camera and most of the people want to obtain perfection from the best quality cameras in the market. Keeping the demand for perfect pictures in mind, Sony has created a new camera lenses which gives you the perfect "Bokeh" effect for those high profile pictures.
The new Sony's high-end G Master Line lens named FE 100mm f/2.8 STF GM OSS has been released and will provide the best Bokeh effect in all the pictures. The perfect Instagram picture or your best cover pic on Facebook can be taken with the help of this lens that suits your preference and gives you the best of both the worlds. According to information received from PetaPixel, the new 100mm STF has the ability to provide the best and beautiful Bokeh experience and it also maintains the high standard of the resolution showcased by Sony's entire line of G Master Series lenses flagship.
For those who do not clearly know what a "Bokeh" effect is, it is the effect due to aesthetic quality of a blur that is produced in the out-of-focus parts of an image taken by the camera. This is observed in most of the professional shoots where the subject is the main focus and the sharpness is observed only in the subject with the background being slightly blurred.
Sony further elaborates that the camera lens has the power to focus on the surface with maximum precision due to its XA lens elements. The individual calibrations from both the lenses enable the fluid transitions from the focus on extreme sharpness to the luxuriously smooth Bokeh. The lens upholds the marvelous camera quality of other cameras by Sony and lives up to its high-end professional picture features.
The advanced computer simulation process increases the efficiency of the bokeh effect. The 11-blade aperture and an optical apodization lens acts as a neutral density filter. The resolution provided by the lens and its wide range allows you to capture the beautiful sceneries while also being able to focus on a main subject and produce a "Bokeh" effect.