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A compact standard zoom lens
that’s anything but standard

The 18-55 mm zoom lens is the perfect companion for any Samsung compact system camera. Made for use in all general conditions, this all-round lens helps you create beautiful portraits, amazing landscapes and everything in between. Its small, lightweight design offers excellent portability; travel anywhere without feeling weighed down by camera equipment. And thanks to this entry-level lens’ ease-of-use, you’ll get professional results — even if you’re an amateur shutterbug.

Perfect pictures at your fingertips

Taking professional-quality pictures is now as easy as smiling for one. The intuitive i-Function lens gives you quick and easy, one-touch access to all your camera’s manual settings. Adjust shutter speed, aperture and more with just a twist of the lens while previewing the image in real-time. Now you can see how your settings affect the shot before you take it. Whether you’re an enthusiast or an expert, the convenient i-Function lens truly revolves around your photographic needs.

Angle of View

Angle of View is the area of a scene that can be seen through the lens. This changes as you zoom through the range of focal lengths: 18 mm, 24 mm, 42 mm, and 55 mm.

Angle of View

Optical Image Stabilization (OIS)

Create beautiful images that move you, even if you move the camera. The 18-55 mm zoom lens comes equipped with lens-shift optical image-stabilizing technology. Samsung's optical image stabilizer uses tiny lens-shifts to cancel out motion blur, even in low exposure shots.

Fast Auto Focus

The AF (Auto Focus) feature allows you to focus and snap images in an incredible 170 ms* (0.17 seconds). Now you can capture even the most spontaneous moments in astonishing detail, and turn unexpected, had-to-be-there moments into memories of a lifetime. (Tested under Samsung's standard conditions and may vary depending on camera firmware and camera settings).

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Lens structure