Fujifilm has a fantastic range of lenses in its X series. Pin-sharp and fast-focusing, its lenses cover a comprehensive range of focal lengths.
Whether you’re using the super-speedy A9 II, the ultra-sensitive A7S III or the high-resolution A7R IV, you’re absolutely spoiled for choice when it comes to Sony lenses.
Having recently introduced its S-line of pro-grade lenses, which includes a trilogy of f/2.8 zooms Nikon has made its Z lens range cater for all needs and all budgets.
Now that optical technology is improving and lenses like the 100-400mm are getting lighter and lighter, carrying a broad-range telephoto zoom lens could make more sense than carrying around multiple telephoto prime lenses.
Sony has launched a new, small and lightweight, wide-angle prime lens. Meet the Sony FE 20mm f1.8 G.
Here’s a useful tip for Nikon users: You see this screw? This 2mm screw that can be found tucked on the side of the bayonet on all Nikkor lenses? Well, if it falls off it can cause a lot of expensive damage!