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Back in the days taking the next step in photography meant upgrading your gear from a point and shoot camera to a DSLR. But in recent years mirrorless cameras have started rivaling the DSLRs. These cameras are more compact and lightweight making it easier to carry.
Initially, mirrorless cameras were not considered to be an interchangeable lens camera. But innovations and advancements have made way for numerous mirrorless lenses to choose from.
Nowadays, there are a wide array of mirrorless camera lenses to choose from. Here are a few things you should look at while shopping for a new lens:
The focal length is basically the ‘zoom level’ of your lens. This is the most important element in making your decision. The focal length decides how wide your frame looks.
This is the number behind the ‘f/’ on your lens. A mirrorless lens with a wider aperture is useful in low-light conditions. It indicates a wider opening that takes in more light than usual. Having a wider aperture also allows you to take pictures faster.
Stabilized lenses are generally more expensive and heavier. Not only can these be handy while shooting handheld but also in windy conditions. A stabilized mirrorless lens can mean all the difference between a blurry shot and a sharp one while shooting in low light.
There will be times when focusing manually can become tiresome. In a fast-action genre of photography, it always pays to invest in a lens with auto-focus abilities.
Enthusiasts of mirrorless lens photography know how important it is to pick the right lens depending on their genre of photography. Here is a compilation of the best mirrorless lenses to choose from based on your style:
Canon EF-M 11-22mm f/4-5.6 IS STM Lens
Sony FE 24mm f/1.4 GM Lens
Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS USM III
A portrait lens is any lens that has the right aperture and focal length to take exceptional portrait photos. A mirrorless camera also has the ability to attach a mirrorless SLR lens to it. The best portrait lenses have a focal length of anywhere between 70 to 135mm, a moderately wide aperture and a shallow depth-of-field.
Canon RF 85mm F1.2 L USM Lens
Sony FE 70-200mm f/2.8 GM OSS Lens