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Best Camera Lens

In this section you'll find lens buyers guides so you can spend your money wisely by making informed decisions using our kit guides, Top 10s, and best gear guides.

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Find the Best Nikon lenses, out of all the Nikon F-mount lenses we've reviewed to date, which have made our top list of recommended Nikkor lenses.

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Here's a round-up of the top 28 best Pentax K-Mount lenses we've reviewed on-site to date so you can make a more informed decision on what lens is best for you before parting with your cash.

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Here, we round up the best scoring Fujifilm X-Mount lenses reviewed on ePHOTOzine to date.

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We've put together a handy lens selection tool to help you find your ideal lens. Our guide is split into subjects, price and brand/mounts so you can, hopefully, exactly pinpoint which lens is right for you.

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The best wedding photography lenses. We look at lenses ideal for wedding photography, including macro, portrait, wide-angle, and zoom lenses, suitable for all aspects of wedding photography.

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Legendary Nikon Nikkor lenses - Here, we take a look at 12 NIKKOR lenses that changed the photography game.

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Here, we round up the best third party lenses available in Nikon F-Mount which can be used for capturing landscapes, portraits, macro shots and more.

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Here, we round up the top Panasonic Micro Four Thirds lenses reviewed on-site to date. Read on to find out which lens sits at the top of our list.

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Good lenses don't have to be expensive as you'll find out in our top budget lens round-up, with lenses suitable for almost all types of camera system.

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We round up some of the best budget lenses for Micro Four Thirds cameras available for under £300.

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Here are the wide-angle lenses, we think, are the best picks for those who have a limited budget to spend on new kit.

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Here are the lenses, we think, are perfect for Canon EF / EF-S DSLR owners who don't want to spend more than £100-£300 on their next lens.

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