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What lens should I buy for my digital camera?
Once you’ve bought a new interchangeable lens camera – either a digital SLR or one of the new breed of interchangeable lens compacts typified by Micro Four Thirds – you’ll inevitably start thinking of adding an extra lens or two to your arsenal. This is the first step to realizing the flexibility of a system camera, but with the bewildering variety of options available on the market, you could be forgiven for wondering just why you left behind the relative simplicity of a compact camera.
In this guide we’ll lead you step-by-step through the process of understanding the different kinds of lenses, and choosing the right one for your needs.
How are lenses named?
Looking at the lens pages on manufacturers’ websites can be a little intimidating for a new user. Lens names often include long lists of letters and numbers, which certainly sound impressive but can also be thoroughly confusing to the newcomer. Luckily you can safely ignore most of them to start off with, and concentrate mainly on just a few things:
Focal length – defines the lens’s angle of view
Aperture – describes how much light the lens gathers
Image Stabilization – some lenses include optical stabilization units to counteract the blurring effects of hand shake
Format – describes the sensor size the lens is designed to work with.
Lens mount – determines whether the lens will physically fit your camera