The Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS III is like the previous model in all the big ways: range, constant max aperture, and stabilization. Here’s what’s new.
If you want a versatile lens that you can use in many different situations, a zoom lens is often the way to go. But choosing the best zoom lens for Canon cameras isn’t always easy. In this article, we’ll give you some things to consider when choosing a lens and then tell you about some of our favorites!
Picking the right lens to go with your Canon-mount camera is a crucial decision if you want to make beautiful videos. While the camera itself is an important piece of the video equation, the lens is just as important—if not more so. In terms of both photography and videography, your final product will only be as good as the glass that you are shooting through.
There are some important things to consider when deciding which wide angle lens is best for you. Here are our recommendations for Canon shooters.
With so many options on the market, picking the perfect portrait lens can be a challenge. We’ll talk about some of the things to look for when choosing a lens for portrait photography and recommend a few of our favorites.
Metabones Canon EF to Sony NEX Speed Booster Adds Full Frame Versatility in the Crop Sensor Video World
Learn more about how this adapter can widen your lenses and give you an extra f-stop for a full frame effect on cropped sensors.
Important things you need to know about the Canon 40mm pancake lens and its Stepping Motor technology.