Canon, Canon EOS and Canon Epson all have interchangeable lenses that are available in a variety of different size and shape configurations.
Each has different strengths and weaknesses, but they all offer an easy to use, affordable alternative to expensive DSLRs.
So what’s the best Canon interchangeable lens for you?
Let’s take a look at Canon’s two main interchangeable lens options.
Canon EF 55mm f/1.8L USM LensThe Canon EF lens is one of Canon’s best-selling interchangeable lens products, and it’s one of the best lenses for Canon shooters in the world.
Canon’s EF 55 lens is the widest-angle lens in Canon’s line-up, and has a 1.8-inch (35mm) diameter lens element, a 35mm focal length equivalent to f/2.8 and a 135mm focal distance equivalent to 28mm.
If you’re shooting with an adapter to take a 35-135mm f-1.4 lens, the 55mm lens is perfect for you.
If you’re looking for a wide-angle, low-cost alternative to Canon’s standard 35mm f1.2L and 50mm f4L lenses, the Canon EF 85mm f2.0L IS is a great option.
It has a 35 mm focal length, a focal length ratio of 28mm, and a focal ratio of 1.2.
Canon claims this lens will deliver image quality comparable to the best full-frame lenses available.
The Canon EFS-R 55mm is a better choice for Canon users who want a more versatile lens than the EF 55, but it’s not quite as wide-angled as the Canon 85mm and the Canon Efs 50.
Both of these lenses have a 1:1.3 ratio, so they offer an image quality similar to the EF 85, but not quite up to the same level as the EF 50.
But you’re not paying a premium for that extra 1:3 ratio.
The Canon Eos 55mm IS is Canon’s biggest and best-known IS lens.
It’s a 1-inch lens element that measures a whopping 1.65 inches (41mm) long, and features a focal distance of 28-40mm, with a focal rate of f/8.
The Eos lens is available in both a 35 and 50-mm focal lengths.
It’s available in two sizes, the 85mm lens and the 135mm lens.
If all of the above lenses and options were available in one Canon camera, it would be the Canon IS 100mm f3.5L II.
Canon has introduced a new version of the EF-S lens in the Canon Rebel EOS line, but you’ll still be able to buy the Canon 100mm in EF or EF-H.
This lens is still the largest and most versatile of the Canon’s interchangeable lenses, and you’ll find it available in all Canon EF lenses.
The Sony a7S IS is the Canon DSLR’s standard high-speed zoom lens.
It is a 1/3.6-inch focal length lens, which measures a massive 9.9 inches (230mm) tall, and is 1.85 inches (38mm) in diameter.
The Sony is available with a 35 or 50mm focal size, and the focal length is 1:2.6.
The focal length of the Sony is only 1.7 inches (37mm) longer than the Canon Canon EF 50-135L f/3 and the EF EF 85-200mm f5.6L IS.
It also offers a zoom range of 28 to 135mm, which is up to two stops faster than the lens of the Epson EFS 50-85E, and two stops better than the Sony a6000.
If this lens and all of Canon DSLRs are available, there are three options available for you to choose from:The Canon Rebel T3i II is the flagship DSLR of Canon, offering the same amazing image quality as the T3, but a slightly lower price.
The T3 and T3II are the same as the previous T3 DSLRs, and they’re available in EF, EF-M, EF, and EF-D, respectively.
The EF-E mount has an optical image stabilization system that gives you a very sharp image even when the camera is stopped down.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF70D is a camera that’s also very similar to Canon DSLr’s cameras.
The Lumix GH2 and GH3 are both Canon DSL cameras, but the GH3 is a bit smaller and lighter, and its body is made of aluminum.
The GH2 has a 50mm wide angle zoom, while the GH2 also has an EF-L mount, which can be used for a range of lenses.
You’ll also find the Panasonic Lumis 50mm zoom at this price.
The Nikon Coolpix AF-D10 II is a little