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?
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
This budget superzoom option will only set you back £150, but what exactly can you expect for such a reasonable price?
Wideangle optic with a wide f/1.4 aperture, but is it really worth almost £1900?
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?
A great macro lens for the Micro Four Thirds system, with a solid mid-range performance