When it comes to owning a standard lens, it’s usually a 50mm that is the first port of call. However, a 35mm at a cost-effective price is also a good staple. A 35mm gives you a slightly wider look to the world and you also don’t have to pay a fortune to get good quality.
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If you’re currently shopping around for a wide-angle lens, it may be just worth going a bit left-field for a change. In this case with the Laowa 12mm f/2.8 Zero-D lens. The focal length of 12mm is probably as wide as many people will go until you get into fisheye territory. This lens has some
Whether you are interested in taking breathtaking landscape photographs or need to up your game with architecture photography, one thing is for sure – you need to get your hands on one of the best wide-angle lenses. These lenses are great for taking photographs with more details, but with such a wide variety of options
If you’re currently working with a Canon crop sensor body and want a very wide-angle zoom lens that doesn’t cost the earth, then you have a few options. The Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM is one such lens with a few specific attributes. The EF-S stands for ‘Short-back focus’ which means the lens is built
The Canon EF 16-35mm f/4 L IS USM is a wide-angle lens with some special qualities. This is the first wide-angle zoom to own image stabilization, enhanced optical quality, and of course, the L-series build quality. For those who shoot predominantly at the wide end of the spectrum, a high-quality wide-angle zoom provides flexibility with
High-quality ultrawide, zoom lenses don’t usually come cheap. In this regard, Canon has produced the high-end Canon EF 11-24mm f/4L USM lens for those wanting the best quality at the wide end of the spectrum. As usual, these type of high-end lenses from Canon cost a pretty penny but are also the best in quality.
Landscape photography calls for a good quality wide-angle lens. With such a variety of lenses out there, you may have a hard time choosing one that can help you capture the best landscape photos. There are certain factors that can’t be ignored when looking to pick up a wide-angle lens. The angle of view, sensor
As flat as a pancake. It’s the thought that comes to mind when you first see the Canon EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM. An inexpensive lens that due to modern lens technology doesn’t cut down on quality, which wasn’t the case in past ultraslim prime lenses. This design is aimed at the APS-C brigade, which should
As a Canon user, owning a high-quality same brand, wide-angle zoom lens is a must. Luckily, Canon produces a variety of wide-angle zooms in their L-series which go from 16mm, 17mm, and 20mm upwards and are all great performance. The Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L III USM adds to the lineup with the latest optics and
The Nikon AF-S Nikkor 28mm f/1.4E ED was first released in May 2017 and replaced the older 28mm f/1.4D lens. The older model was well-known for its capabilities. Impressive sharpness and contrast worked equally well on crop sensors or full-frame cameras. Luckily, the new version has been completely re-engineered with the latest electronic gadgetry and
How wide do you want? The Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5 EX DC HSM ultra wide-angle zoom is very wide, very fast, and very good. Designed for APS-C format cameras, it has the field of view equivalence that a 15-30mm lens would in full-frame. Many wider zooms for the cropped format are relatively slow lenses, this zoom has
Nikon and Nikkor lenses have had a stellar reputation for several decades. For good reason, too. Nikon optics are sharp and very well made. The AF-S Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G ED cameras is among the best lenses of its type. The Basics In full-frame 35mm format, 35mm is one of the most useful focal lengths. Apart from