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5 tips on buying a camera lens (contd..)

Tip 351 (Third party lenses): When buying 3rd party lenses, remember that they are cheaper, however, it is also true that their re-sale value is comparatively lower than that of Canon or Nikon lenses. If that if a factor for you, then do consider that point.

Tip 352 (Third party lenses versus equipment manufacturer lenses): […]

5 tips on buying a camera lens (contd..)

Tip 346 (Canon L series lens): When you are buying Canon lenses, sometimes you may have come across some lenses that are much more expensive, and have a thin red line at some point on the barrel of the lens. These are marked L for ‘luxury’, and are lens that are more sturdy, made of […]

5 tips on buying a camera lens (contd..)

Tip 341 (What are Canon’s EF vs. EF-S lens): Deciphering what the acronyms written for the lens mean can be confusing for people who don’t know what they mean. Till 2003, all the lens prepared by Canon were called EF (electrofocus); however, in 2003, Canon introduced the Digital Rebel series of cheaper DSLR’s. For this […]

5 tips on buying a camera lens (contd..)

Tip 336 (Prime lens vs. zoom lens): If you want better optical quality, then a prime lens would be more suitable for you; but there is an inconvenience involved in terms of not having the convenience of being able to get distant objects easily (as is possible through a zoom lens)

Tip 337 (Do you […]

5 tips on buying a camera lens (contd..)

Tip 331 (Low budget lens): Typically lens from third party providers are cheaper than those from the camera manufacturers such as Nikon, Canon, etc. These third party manufacturers are names such as Tamaron, Sigma; they are good to start with, but make sure that you have studied them before you go in for the purchase.

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