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Camera Lenses

Lenses

We offer a huge range of camera lenses from every manufacturer, designed to breathe new life into your photography and video content. Adding a camera lens to your collection from our range of mirrorless lenses, DSLR lenses as well as medium format will give your images a fresh new perspective. Our customers also benefit from a six-month warranty on used lenses, which are available for all camera brands.

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Choosing your perfect lens often comes down to which new subjects you want to capture and whether you want a fast prime (fixed focal width) or a versatile zoom lens. Many photographers own several lenses for the ultimate creative freedom, including a variety of focal widths and a combination of primes and zooms.

There are numerous options to choose from when picking your new lens. Capture detail and close-up shots with a macro lens, or use wide angle zoom lenses for landscapes, city and architecture. We also stock telephoto lenses for sports, bird and wildlife photography. You can opt for an 85mm prime, or a wider zoom for captivating environmental portraits, portraits and family photography.

As PRO UK Dealers we have options for the most popular mirrorless, DSLR and medium format camera brands. These include Canon lenses, Nikon lenses and Sony lenses, as well as the entire range from Fujifilm, Leica, Panasonic and Olympus. These cover every sensor format from Micro Four Thirds to crop sensors, full-frame and medium format. We also offer third party lenses from Sigma and ZEISS as well as Tamron and Samyang, who make popular alternatives in every possible format.

To compliment any lens, browse our range of accessories, with lens filters including ND filters for long exposures and video, circular polarisers and UV filters to draw out the best results in a variety of shooting situations.

Shop now, with free delivery on orders over £50 for all new and second-hand lenses at Park Cameras. Used equipment is checked prior to sale and comes with a six-month warranty for peace of mind.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can a DSLR lens be mounted onto a mirrorless camera with a teleconverter?

Can a DSLR lens be mounted onto a mirrorless camera with a teleconverter?

A DSLR lens can be used on a mirrorless camera with a lens mount adapter, sometimes called a conversion lens. For example you can use the Canon EF-EOS R Mount Adapter to mount Canon EF DSLR lenses onto a mirrorless EOS R camera body.

How do camera lenses work?

How do camera lenses work?

Camera lenses are the eye to your camera and allow light to enter and hit the sensor, which records the image. A series of optical glass elements inside the lens are designed to work together by bending the light and focusing it into a central focal point.

How do I choose a camera lens?

How do I choose a camera lens?

Choose a camera lens based on which subjects you want to capture. There are several defining focal width categories, with wide angle lenses suited to grand scenes, landscapes, interiors and cities. Standard lenses are ideal for general shooting and portraits, while telephotos are primarily for bird, sports and wildlife photography.

What is a macro lens for?

What is a macro lens for?

A macro lens is for taking close-up photos and videos. Macro lenses are available in various magnifications, with a 1:1 magnification ratio providing classic macro results, with true life-size reproductions of your subject. Mastering macro photography is extremely engaging and rewarding, but does require some patience.

Telephoto lens vs zoom lens

Telephoto lens vs zoom lens

A zoom lens describes the ability to zoom through various focal widths within a single lens. For example a 24-70mm is a common ‘standard’ zoom lens. A telephoto lens can be either a prime (fixed focal width) or a zoom, but must offer at least an 85mm focal width.

What is a 50mm lens good for?

What is a 50mm lens good for?

A 50mm lens is good for a range of subjects as it offers a similar field of view as human vision. 50mm lenses typically include a wide aperture, so you’ll be able to shoot creative portraits, street and general photos with a shallow depth of field, even in low light.

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