Canon Lens Guides
It’s well known that Canon makes some of the best lenses in the world. That’s probably why you’re shooting with a Canon camera in the first place! If you’re new to the Canon ecosystem, your camera body probably came with a kit lens - probably the Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 (APS-C) or the Canon EF 24-105mm f/3.5-5.6 (full-frame). Both are great for learning the ins and outs of your camera, but there will usually be a time when you outgrow it.
If you’re an experienced Canon shooter, you may be looking for something specific – maybe the newest telephoto, or the most current L-series wide angle.
Either way, our Canon lens guides will go through the pros and cons of each lens, letting you focus on what you really need.
Whether you’re shooting APS-C, full-frame, or mirrorless, we’ve got you covered. We also cover the best third-party lenses that work with Canon camera bodies, to help you find the best deal here in 2020.
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