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.
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
Should I upgrade my camera body or buy a better lens instead? It’s a classic question photographers ask themselves – or, more likely, post on a photography forum.
A major bonus of fast lenses is that they allow you to use faster shutter speeds in low light, fending off the problems of both camera shake and motion blur, the latter of which can’t be fixed with any amount of optical image stabilisation.
What are the differences between the human eye and the lens on your camera? This cheat sheet compiled by Clifton Cameras makes an in-depth camera lens vs human eye comparison to examine what each is made of, how they function, what the differences are and, most importantly, what this means for you as a photographer! Click… Continue reading
You don’t necessarily need to spend thousands on a pro-spec
camera lens. Here’s how to get the best landscape shots with any lens you have.
Compact system cameras are stealing the market from DSLRs and becoming increasingly attractive to enthusiast photographers, Angela Nicholson takes a look at what 2015 might have in store… We’ve been talking about the rise of the compact system camera for a while now, with 2013 being a pivotal year for the genre and more CSCs… Continue reading
To help you make an informed choice when buying or mounting an optic, we explain some of the most important features of camera lenses