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Posted 14 November 2022

Sony E 16-55mm f/2.8 G APS-C zoom lens £727.30 @ Amazon

£727.30
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Lowest ever price on Amazon for this standard fast aperture zoom from Sony. There are third party options at this price point or lower but non will give you the speed of focus or reliable compatibility with all tracking and AF modes. I have the Sigma 28mm-50mm F2.8 and while a great lens for the price, I would appreciate the extra 24mm wide reach of this lens.


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  • INCREDIBLY SHARP: Two AA (advanced aspherical) and two aspherical elements suppress aberration for outstanding corner-to-corner resolution, while three ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass elements reduce color bleeding to a minimum
  • BEAUTIFULLY SMOOTH BACKGROUNDS: Smooth bokeh is supported by a 9-blade circular aperture mechanism with natural looking results
  • ALWAYS RELIABLE: A dust and moisture resistant design provides the reliability needed for outdoor use in challenging conditions.
  • FAST AND PRECISE: The Linear Motor fully utilises the speed potential of the camera body, focusing on and tracking even fast-moving subjects with outstanding speed and precision
  • CONVENIENT ERGONOMICS: A focus mode switch that allows instant switching between auto and manual focus modes along with a customisable focus hold button for efficient and versatile shooting
  • lens type: Wide Angle
  • max focal length: 55.0


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    Price matching John Lewis, but they're an approved retailer for Sony Cashback which would net you a further £100 off.

    5 in stock at the time of posting: John Lewis
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    Fab fab lens!
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    Really tempted by this, have a Tamron 17-70 on my A6600 so would gain a bit of the wide and lose a bit on the long. Anyone have any real world experience of the two lenses? The Tamron is pretty special
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