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Not many years ago it would have been pure fancy to propose a £200 lens that featured ED glass, an aspherical element, internal focusing and instant manual intervention in AF…

£219.00

Our rating:  90%

Boasting a 5x zoom range and an f/2.8 maximum aperture the 12-60mm zoom looks impressive with its extra-low dispersion (ED) glass and responsive, fast-focusing Sonic-Wave Drive......

£630.00

Our rating:  90%

On paper, the focal range of this 14-42mm lens makes it just slightly less capable than the pricier 14-54mm alternative from Olympus. In practice, though, the two zooms could hardly…

£179.00

Our rating:  85%

Canon’s new 18-55mm zoom is an attractive proposition thanks to its relatively cheap price and the inclusion of image stabilisation.......

£160.00

Our rating:  85%

Covering both full-frame and APS-C sensors, the EF 17-40mm has proved popular with photographers since its launch – and for good reason

£680.00

Our rating:  88%

Pentax has given its 35mm f2.8 Macro a Limited Edition designation, which indicates that it ought to be something a bit different......

£330.00

Our rating:  90%

If compact proportions are of paramount importance then the ‘pancake’ Zuiko 25mm f2.8 would be the easy winner in any comparison...

£200.00

Our rating:  86%

With a price-tag that is only just shy of £300, Sigma's 30mm optic is on the pricey side for a 'standard' lens and with good reason since it comes with…

£299.00

Our rating:  83%

Nikon’s AF-D 35mm f/2 predates digital photography, and, as a result, it was designed to cover the full 35mm film area. As such it can easily accommodate both full-frame and…

£200.00

Our rating:  80%

Canon's EF 35mm f/2 adheres to a traditional film-camera focal length while at the same time attempting to meet the demands of digital photography.....

£190.00

Our rating:  90%