Far cheaper than Canon's f/1.2 equivalent, but still a mighty good performer for a more than reasonable price
With plenty of functionality delivered at a reasonable price, what's not to like about this Nikon optic?
Excellent ergonomics and a fast f/2 aperture makes this a serious third-party macro option
Similarly priced to Nikon's own 70-300mm lens, is this third-party option any better?
Supported by a three-stop Image Stabilisation system and UD elements, this lens is capable of impressive results
With internal focusing and a consistent set of MTF curves, this stabilised 70-300mm optic has a lot going for it for Nikon users
This budget superzoom option boasts close focusing and low-dispersion glass, but what do we think of it overall?
With two 10-20mm lenses already within the Sigma stable, how exactly does this superwide offering fit into the line-up?
A ruggedly built zoom lens with near-silent AF
Nikon's pro zoom is a stunning beast of an optic, with consistently excellent results across the focal range
Revamped version of a pro classic - is this Canon's best zoom lens?
This budget superzoom option will only set you back £150, but what exactly can you expect for such a reasonable price?
An affordable pancake option for the NX series, with excellent image quality
Samsung's NX kit lens is delightfully affordable and produces some perfectly acceptable results
Wideangle optic with a wide f/1.4 aperture, but is it really worth almost £1900?
A great macro lens for the Micro Four Thirds system, with a solid mid-range performance
Great handling, great images, and not too bad a price - this Nikkor prime lens is a cracker.
At almost £2000, this pricey L series optic puts in as good a performance as expected
Compatible with both full-frame and cropped-sensor bodies, this fisheye is attractively priced and performs well
A wide prime with internal focusing, but is this the best wideangle for K-mount users?