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 Is there any point getting an DSLR if you can't afford to buy additional lenses?

Answer There are two main issues for you to consider. First, Zoom is not the same as magnification. I have two lenses that are the same 3x zoom. One is a 14-42mm and the other is 45-150mm. Both have the s... Read More »
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What lenses will fit in an Olympus PEN dSLR?

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How do I tell the specs between the different DSLR lenses?

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DSLR Camera's and Lenses?

Since Nikon still uses the same lens mount introduced around 1959, it has much better backwards and forwards lens compatibility than Canon. Canon changed to the EF lens mount around 1988 when they ... Read More »
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How to Use M42 Lenses with a Canon EOS DSLR?

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