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    Posted: 06 November 2020 at 21:37
Sony E PZ 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS | SELP1650

Hi there, can somebody please tell me what the switches on the outside of this lens are? It says "Power Zoom" W ____ T and then under that sort of rolling switch it says "E-Mount".

Just not sure at all.

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It's a switch that powers the zoom in the lens - push towards W for wider angles (to 16mm) and T towards 50mm.
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Some camera bodies can control the zoom function as well via a lever on the camera body .
I don't think many do that though .
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