The Panasonic 24-105mm f/4 S Macro OIS is a versatile wide-angle to short-telephoto zoom for L-mount mirrorless cameras. Key features include:
1:2 maximum magnification ratio
11.8-inch minimum focusing distance
Built-in image stabilization
Compatible with all L-mount cameras
Versatile Wide-Angle to Short-Telephoto Zoom. The Panasonic 24-105mm f/4 S Macro OIS’s 11.8-inch minimum focusing distance and 1:2 maximum magnification ratio make it great for capturing close-up subjects. Using an APS-C camera? You’ll get a 36-157.5mm equivalent focal-length range.
L-Mount Alliance. This wide-diameter lens mount is a joint collaboration between Leica, Panasonic, and Sigma that’s focused on a line of premium cameras & lenses in a mirrorless format. At 51.6mm mount diameter and just 20mm flange distance, the L-mount is well-suited for fast-aperture full-frame optics with compact dimensions.
Stepping Autofocus Motor. The motor provides fast, accurate, and nearly silent autofocus performance for still and video use. You can use the AF/MF switch to easily toggle between autofocus and manual focus modes, and you can use the zoom-lock switch to prevent the lens from extending when you’re not using it.
Constant f/4 Aperture. The constant f/4 maximum aperture gives you consistent illumination throughout the lens’s zoom range. The rounded nine-blade diaphragm contributes to a pleasing bokeh quality.
Optical Image Stabilization. The in-lens stabilizer helps to combat camera shake, allowing you to shoot at slower shutter speeds. It supports five-axis Dual I.S. 2 for increased stabilization.
Optics. The thirteen-group/sixteen-element optical formula includes four aspherical elements, one ultra extra-low dispersion element, and two extra-low dispersion elements to reduce chromatic aberrations and distortion.
No! While Panasonic has a wide variety of Micro 4/3 cameras and lenses, the L-mount used in this line is a completely different lens mount from Micro 4/3. Please see our L-Mount cameras here.
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84° to 23°
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