Sony SEL55210 E-Mount Lens

A small size comparison between the Sony SEL1855 and the Sony SEL55210 lens. They are both mounted on the Sony NEX-5.

Sony NEX-5 + SEL1855 @ 18mm
Sony NEX-5 + SEL1855 @ 18mm
Sony NEX-5 + SEL55210 @ 55mm
Sony NEX-5 + SEL55210 @ 55mm
Sony NEX-5 + SEL55210 @ 210mm
Sony NEX-5 + SEL55210 @ 210mm

Sony NEX-5 + SEL55210 @ 55mm + Sun Shade
Sony NEX-5 + SEL55210 @ 55mm + Sun Shade
 
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