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Many photographers swear by fixed-focus lenses for their excellent optical properties and perfect graphics. Since they are designed for a certain focus and eliminate unwanted optical defects better, it's no wonder.Continue
Before shooting, think about which lens you want to use. Remember that lenses with a fixed focal lens are unable to focus on the subject as much as a zoom lens.
The perfect feature of SLR or System cameras is the ability to change lenses. If you are looking for a new one, first ask yourself, "What kind of images do I predominantly take?". Do you need a wide-angle lens for landscapes, a lens for close-ups of plants, or one for wildlife in the wild? If you do not yet have an answer to the question, we have some tips to help you decide.
Remember that most companies make lenses with a different bayonet or lens mount (device used to connect the lens to the camera body). This means that for example the Canon bayonet is not compatible with Nikon and vice versa.
The original lenses:
Furthermore, you can choose from non-original lenses, for example, from Sigma or Tamron, offering a version compatible with your camera. The word "unoriginal" does not mean worse!
The viewing angle indicates the range in which the lens is capable of detecting and transmitting from the sensor.
Dividing lenses according to focal length:
The standard Canon lens with a focal length 50 mm excels in quality and accuracy. It is intended for users with a Canon digital SLR camera. The...
Uniquely powerful macro lens L series professional digital SLR Canon. It has čtyřkrokovým hybrid stabilizer and so captures beautiful images in...
Precision Canon lens with a focal length of 50 mm and fast maximum aperture. It is intended for users with a Canon digital SLR camera. Due to its...
This basic compact lens is perfect for everyday shooting. The lens is designed for the digital Nikon SLR...
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