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Buying guide Whether you're a pro or a first timer you'll find the perfect telephoto lens in our list.
Updated We rate the best super-wide-angle lenses for both APS-C and full-frame Canon and Nikon DSLRs.
Buying Guide Super telephoto lenses allow you to get up close and personal to a range of subjects. We test 8 of the best options out there.
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Updated Discover the amazing world of close-up photography with these dedicated macro lenses for your Canon or Nikon DSLR.
Buying Guide A good flashgun is one of the most essential and versatile DSLR accessories. But how do they work, what do you do with them and which kind should you choose?
ON1 Photo 10 offers browsing tools, effects, enhancements and more. It's an all-in-one image-editing suite.
Updated Serif's Affinity Photo combines speed and power with pro features and an irresistible price tag. Is this a Photoshop killer for the Mac?
Nikon's new compact camera brings the zoom range (almost) of a bridge camera in a body you can fit in your pocket.
Want to upgrade your budget telephoto but can't stretch to a pro lens? We test eight lenses promising pro performance at amateur prices.
Mini review The Tamron SP 70-200mm f/2.8 proves you don't have to go for a maker's own lenses to get top-quality performance.
Mini review Sony needs to keep rolling out new lenses to boost the appeal of its full-frame compact system cameras, but does this 70-200mm f/4 do enough?
Mini review The 180mm focal length and f/2.8 maximum aperture are ideal for low-light sports/action photography as well as tight close-ups.
Mini review Third-party lenses aren't always the poor relations – they can give more features and more performance for your money.
Mini review Prime lenses aren't as flexible as zooms, but offer faster maximum apertures and should bring better image quality.
Mini review Micro Four Thirds sensors are slightly smaller than APS-C, but it's not all bad – it means that fast, constant aperture lenses like this are smaller.