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  1. Sony - G Master FE 16-35mm f/2.8 GM Wide Angle Zoom Lens for E-mount Cameras - Black

    Your price for this item is $1,899.99
  2. Canon - RF15-35mm F2.8L IS USM Ultra-Wide-Angle Zoom Lens for EOS R-Series Cameras - Black

    Your price for this item is $2,099.99
    The previous price was $2,399.99
  3. Sony - E 11mm F1.8 APS-C ultra-wide-angle prime lens - Black

    Your price for this item is $499.99
    The previous price was $549.99
  4. Canon - RF100mm F2.8 L MACRO IS USM Telephoto Lens for EOS R-Series Cameras - Black

    Your price for this item is $999.99
    The previous price was $1,199.99
  5. NIKKOR Z 70-200mm f/2.8 VR S Optical Telephoto Zoom Lens for Nikon Z Cameras - Black

    Your price for this item is $2,299.99
    The previous price was $2,699.99
  6. Sony - Alpha FE 35mm F1.4 GM Full Frame Large Aperture Wide Angle G Master E mount Lens - Black

    Your price for this item is $1,299.99
    The previous price was $1,399.99
  7. Sony - FE 20mm f/1.8 G Ultra Wide Angle Prime Lens for E-mount Cameras - Black

    Your price for this item is $799.99
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  8. Sony - FE 50mm F1.4 GM Full-frame Large-aperture G Master Lens - Black

    Your price for this item is $1,299.99
  9. Sony - G Master FE 70-200 mm F2.8 GM OSS Full-Frame E-Mount Telephoto Zoom Lens - White

    Your price for this item is $1,899.99
    The previous price was $1,999.99
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  11. Canon - RF28mm F2.8 STM Wide-Angle Prime Lens for EOS R-Series Cameras - Black

    Your price for this item is $269.99
    The previous price was $299.99
  12. Sony - E PZ 18-105mm f/4.0 G OSS Power Zoom Lens for Select E-Mount Cameras - Black

    Your price for this item is $549.99
    The previous price was $649.99
  13. NIKKOR Z 24-200mm f/4-6.3 VR Telephoto Zoom Lens for Nikon Z Cameras - Black

    Your price for this item is $899.99
  14. Panasonic - Lumix G Vario 45-150mm f/4.0-5.6 ASPH. Mega O.I.S. Zoom Lens, H-FS45150K - Black

    Your price for this item is $149.99
    The previous price was $249.99
  15. XF 35mm f/2 R WR Standard Lens for Fujifilm X-Mount System Cameras - Black

    Your price for this item is $399.99
  16. Canon - RF28-70mm F2 L USM Standard Zoom for EOS R-Series Cameras - Black

    Your price for this item is $2,799.00
    The previous price was $3,099.00
  17. Sony - 70-200mm f/4 G E-Mount Telephoto Zoom Lens - White

    Your price for this item is $1,099.99
    The previous price was $1,199.99
  18. NIKKOR Z 40mm f/2 Standard Prime Lens for Nikon Z Cameras - Black

    Your price for this item is $279.99
  19. Canon - RF24-105mm F4 L IS USM Standard Zoom for EOS R-Series Cameras - Black

    Your price for this item is $1,299.99

Purchasing mirrorless camera lenses.

Finding a mirrorless lens for your camera.

What are mirrorless lenses? Well, they are simply lenses designed to work with mirrorless cameras. When it comes to choosing the best lenses for your mirrorless camera, it’s all about understanding what will work for the kind of photography or videography you like to do. For starters, consider the lens weight, compatibility and focal length best suited to your work.

Wide-angle lenses will slightly compress the elements in the frame so that more can be included, and they will keep much of the image in focus. They can be great for landscapes and architectural shots. A 50mm lens is the lens considered most similar to the human eye, making it popular for portraiture among other styles. Longer telephoto lenses can zoom in very effectively on faraway objects and have a very narrow depth of field. So, objects behind or in front of your subject will be out of focus.

Many photographers who shoot varied subjects in the field use zoom lenses, which have a range of focal lengths. However, prime lenses offer certain benefits when it comes to weight and handling low-light situations. Additionally, they are often more economical.

Using a mirrorless camera lens.

The empowering flexibility offered by multiple lens choices sets mirrorless cameras apart from ordinary point-and-shoot camera options. Like a DSLR camera, a mirrorless camera gives you the ability to fine-tune everything from depth of field to maximum aperture (which controls the amount of light let in through the lens), but in a lighter-weight package than a DSLR.

Furthermore, investing in high-quality mirrorless lenses can greatly improve low-light performance. If you know you want a lens that can perform well at night or in poorly lit areas, look at low light/high sensitivity lens and camera options. For the best light sensitivity, use a full-frame mirrorless camera, rather than a cropped sensor camera. The full-frame camera is considered the professional standard. A full-frame mirrorless model should be paired with full-frame mirrorless lenses.

There are many great and useful mirrorless camera accessories, including tripods, flashes, grips and lights. However, your lens collection is really the most important element when it comes to investing in gear because lenses directly impact the look and feel of every image you create.