The lens largely determines the final result when taking pictures. With interchangeable camera systems, such as an SLR camera or a system camera, you can choose the right lens for each situation. For example, consider a wide angle, tele or macro lens. It is important to find a proper balance between the body and the chosen lens.
Featured: Raynox DCR-250 Macro Lens
Includes a snap-on universal mount suitable for 52mm to 67mm filter size
Explore the world of macrophotography with your Digital Camera or Camcorder. The lens includes a snap-on universal mount suitable for 52mm to 67mm filter size. DCR-250 Super Macro lens obtains the maximum macro magnification power when set at the longest telephoto position of zoom lens. The lens is made of high index optical glass elements which produces rich and razor sharp images.
Would you like to be able to shoot both close up and distant objects without having to change lenses? Than consider an all-round lens. All-round zoom lenses are designed in 'trombone style', growing longer as they zoom in more..
Thanks to the short focus distance and the large sharpness, a wide area can be captured. This is perfect for photographing landscapes, wedding parties or architecture
The right lenses for portrait photography. What is more precious than a beautiful portrait of loved ones? With a light sensitive prime lens, every portrait will be a success.
With a telephoto lens you can bring objects that are further away closer. The lens has a large focal length and a small viewing angle. This is very suitable for portrait, sports and nature photography.
A macro lens is specifically designed to shoot objects from up close. A macro lens allows you to take close-ups of everyday objects.
A fisheye lens allows you to take a photo with a viewing angle of 180 degrees. The human eye cannot offer a similar feat.