Canon EF 22–55mm lens

EF 22–55mm f/4–5.6 USM
Key features
Maker: Canon
Image stabilization:  No
Ultrasonic motor:  Yes
Short back focus:  No
Macro capable:  No
Application: standard zoom lens
Technical data
Focal length: 22–55mm
Frame coverage: Full frame
Aperture (max/min): f/4–5.6 – f/22–32
Construction: 9 groups / 9 elements
Close focus distance: 0.35m
Max. diameter: 69mm
Max. length: 59mm
Weight: 175g
Filter diameter: 58mm
Angle of view
Introduced: 1998
Retail info

The Canon EF 22–55mm f/4–5.6 USM lens[1] is a consumer grade lens that has now been discontinued.[2] It was originally released in February 1998,[3] as one of two kit lenses for the Canon EOS IX Lite, an APS-format film SLR, although it is also fully compatible with Canon's 35mm film SLRs and subsequent digital models.


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