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Which lens should I buy for my camera?

It's such a simple question, but choosing the right lens or lenses is actually one of the most important photographic decisions you can make. Nothing affects the quality of a photo more than the lens. It's no longer just about the megapixels-it's the glass that makes all the difference!

Take in vast sweeping scenes with a wide angle lens. Capture faraway birds with a telephoto lens. Examine the tiniest detail of a flower with a macro lens. Record the perfect portrait with a prime lens. Anything is possible when you choose the right lens for the job!

In this book, author N.K. Guy gives you all the information you need to make smart buying decisions. Optical technology is demystified, arcane terminology is decoded, and practical tips are provided.

The Lens will help you build the perfect lens collection to suit your needs-now and in the future.

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Average Rating: 4.333333333333333 out of 5 rating Based on 3 Ratings

"Good read for beginners" - by zeteo on 10-JUL-2013
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An introductory level book on various 35mm and digital SLR lenses, which covers various top on different lens properties.

If you have been in photography for awhile, you probably know most if not all the topics this book is covered.

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"So much about Lens" - by Samay on 18-DEC-2012
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If you are a shutter bug, it is must read to understand science of lens.
Well written, very simple to understand & descriptive.

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