UpdatedSome of the world's greatest photography is shot on DSLRs, and the cameras, sensor tech and lens choices are constantly evolving.
Buying GuideFind the perfect photo backpack to keep your camera kit safe and snug, and carry it in comfort.
Buying GuideBuy any DSLR that comes with a kit zoom and, chances are, your next buy will be a telephoto lens. But which one is best for you?
Buying GuideUpgrading a standard kit zoom should give you great versatility and excellent image quality. So which upgrade is best?
Buying GuideUltra wide-angle lenses give excellent scope for zooming. Here we look at the best ones for APS-C and full-frame Nikon DSLRs.
Buying GuideA jaw-dropping vista will often lose more than a little something with the blinkered view of a standard zoom lens. Fit your DSLR with an excellent wide-angle lens and you will literally broaden your camera's horizons.
Buying GuideTravelling with your DSLR doesn't mean getting bogged down with loads of kit. On the beach, hiking in the hills or getting acquainted with local culture, your trusty DSLR and a single lens is often all you need for top-quality creative shots. Especially if the lens happens to be a superzoom.
Buying GuideWith macro settings on compact cameras and cheap kit available, getting into macro photography today is easy. A dedicated macro lens is the next step up, and each of these eight on test combines a useful medium telephoto focal length with a wide maximum aperture, making them suitable for more than just close-up flower and insect shots.