After you’ve been shooting with your Canon APS-C-format DSLR and kit lens for a while you’re likely to start hankering after another lens or two. But with so many options available it can be hard to decide which to choose. We’ve compiled a list of some of the best Canon lens options for APS-C-format EOS cameras to help you extend your creative potential.
Wide angles and wide apertures abound as we put eight fixed-focal length lenses to the test to find the best wide-angle prime lens.
The world’s widest angle rectilinear zoom lens gets put through our lab testing procedure in our Canon EF 11-24mm f/4L review.
A superzoom lens is useful when you need to travel light with your D-SLR.
In this head-to-head comparison, the team at the Nikon magazine N-Photo take a look at how a classic Nikon lens and its Sigma equivalent compare…
It’s all about the width, with Olympus’s ‘world-first’ Micro Four Thirds fisheye lens. Get the verdict in our Olympus M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 8mm 1:1.8 Fisheye PRO lens review.
Is this the best telephoto zoom on the market? Find out in our testing team’s Canon EF 100-400mm Mark II review.
From the Olympus ‘Pro’ range of Micro Four Thirds lenses, the Olympus M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 7-14mm 1:2.8 PRO goes wide both in viewing angle and aperture
If you’re looking for an upgrade to your ‘budget’ telephoto but can’t stretch to a fully professional lens, there are some smart mid-range options to be had. We test 8 top optics to find out which is the best telephoto lens for your money.
A standard kit zoom lens can work reasonably well for portraiture, but a budget prime lens gives you greater versatility. We tested eight of the top options to see how they performed.
What’s the best lens for portraits that you can buy without spending a fortune? Our friends at Photography Week recently tested five of the best sensibly priced portrait lenses.