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Yes, this lens will fit the A100. I used it on the A200 that I had and the lens mount is the same for both camera's.
By chris g on 06 February 2015
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Sony cameras use two different lens mounts, A and E. It is my opinion that the Sony Alpha 5100 is an E mount while the lens Sony Alpha 75-300mm is an A mount. If I am correct then the two will not be compatible. I advise you use google to determine the lens fitting of the camera body and the lens. I also think there… see more Sony cameras use two different lens mounts, A and E. It is my opinion that the Sony Alpha 5100 is an E mount while the lens Sony Alpha 75-300mm is an A mount. If I am correct then the two will not be compatible. I advise you use google to determine the lens fitting of the camera body and the lens. I also think there are conversion fittings to make them compatible but all functions might not be available. I suggest you research all of this before a purchase. see less Sony cameras use two different lens mounts, A and E. It is my opinion that the Sony Alpha 5100 is an E mount while the lens Sony Alpha 75-300mm is an A mount. If I am correct then the two will not be compatible. I advise you use google to determine the lens fitting of the camera body and the lens. I also think there are conversion fittings to make them compatible but all functions might not be available. I suggest you research all of this before a purchase.
By Amazon Customer on 23 October 2016
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Yes it does. You can find the full compatibility information in this link: http://bit.ly/2xsRGRU (copy and paste the link into your web browser).

By Sony S. MANUFACTURER on 18 September 2017
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Yes it fits all Sony cameras with the alpha mount.... A100, A200, A350, A33, A55 etc.
By Steve H on 03 February 2016
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Yes it will work on the A58. In low light you have to use a tripod for landscape shots, moving subjects in low light will result in blurry shots due to the slow aperture. But this is the same with most telephotos, you'd have to spend a few thousand to get a fast telephoto which would work in low light.
By Mark Johnson on 30 September 2016
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Answer is yes in auto mode.
Great lens

By Duck Smuggler on 22 January 2016
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Hi Steve'o. I do not own either of these lenses but to me the 55-300 is a newer and better lens. Apart from the 20 mm greater focal length it is a SAM Lens, meaning that it has a Silent Autofocus Motor, it also has a lock button to stop the lens from creeping. Hope this helps.
By chris g on 19 January 2015
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Fits the camera perfectly. Superb we love it we spent ages deciding what lens we wanted for our particular needs. You won't be disappointed.
By A R Thacker on 11 January 2014
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Not without an adapter. This is an A mount lens and NEX use E mount.
By David Bowring on 04 October 2014
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Hi, I'm not too much of an expert :) But I'd say it's more for long distant photos as when I tried to take photos of my kids I had to stand way, way back. The quality however is amazing, the world through this lens is brilliant, I've only used it the once at Twycross Zoo and the images I took were amazing. Manually yo… see more Hi, I'm not too much of an expert :) But I'd say it's more for long distant photos as when I tried to take photos of my kids I had to stand way, way back. The quality however is amazing, the world through this lens is brilliant, I've only used it the once at Twycross Zoo and the images I took were amazing. Manually you could blur backgrounds or keep everything sharp, I hope this helps? see less Hi, I'm not too much of an expert :) But I'd say it's more for long distant photos as when I tried to take photos of my kids I had to stand way, way back. The quality however is amazing, the world through this lens is brilliant, I've only used it the once at Twycross Zoo and the images I took were amazing. Manually you could blur backgrounds or keep everything sharp, I hope this helps?
By Tracey on 11 November 2014