Whether you’ve just treated yourself to your first Canon DSLR or are looking to build-up your Canon camera kit with a new lens, there’s a wide range of lenses out there to suit pretty much any budget and photographic subject.
Trouble is, it’s knowing which lens is a good buy and which one isn’t. Don’t worry though, as we’re here to help guide you through the vast array of optics available to insure you buy the best Canon lens for your DSLR.
We’ve split this guide into two sections. First we’ll look at the best Canon lenses for APS-C format DSLRs like the EOS Rebel T7 (EOS 2000D), EOS Rebel T7i (EOS 800D) and EOS 80D, with these lenses suited (and in a lot of cases, specifically designed for) APS-C sensor DSLRs. On the following page we’ll take a closer look at what are the best Canon lenses for full-frame DSLRs – Canon’s line of full-frame cameras like the EOS 5D Mark IV.
Pretty much all current APS-C format Canon DSLRs are sold with the option of an included ‘kit’ zoom lens. In many cases, you can choose between Canon’s latest 18-55mm or 18-135mm …read more