Tamron FE 24mm f/2 VC Lens Patent for Sony Full Frame Mirrorless Cameras

Tamron has filed a patent for a new hort-telephoto prime lens in Japan. The new patent describes the Tamron FE 24mm f/2 VC lens designed for Sony mirrorless cameras with full-frame image sensors.

The lens in the patent application features an 24mm focal length along with a maximum aperture of f/2 and built-in image stabilization technology.

This would be good news for the current Sony A7-series FE-mount users. As Tamron produce such good lenses with an affordable price. See the image and patent details below.

Tamron FE 24mm f/2 VC Lens Patent


  • Patent Publication No. 2015-121649
    • Published 2015.7.2
    • Filing date 2013.12.24
  • Example 1
    • Focal length f = 24.2505 23.6710mm
    • Fno. 2.0600 2.1925
    • Half angle of view ω = 42.9614 40.9431 °
    • BF 17.5000mm
    • 3-unit construction of positive and negative positive
    • Anti-vibration (part of the first group)
    • Inner follower – Kas (the second group)
    • Video support

via Egami

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