As PRO retailers for all major camera brands, we offer a huge range of used camera lenses both online and in our two stores, including; Canon, Leica, Fujifilm, Sony, Olympus and Panasonic Lumix. With so many excellent options appearing there has never been a better time to save, by adding cost effective fully warrantied equipment to your photography bag. A lens is possibly the best way to expand your creativity, overcoming new imaging challenges.
There are countless reasons to expand your lens collection with a used item. Perhaps you are beginning to explore a new specialised genre such as macro or wildlife. Perhaps a new professional model provides a faster aperture for low light shooting. Or perhaps you are looking for a zoom rather than a prime lens. Whatever the reason we offer a daily refreshed stock list of equipment, ensuring there is something for photographers of all levels on a regular basis.
Lens technology improves as cameras are further developed, however they generally outlast a camera body. Investing in optics is a great way to maintain your hobby or passion regardless of whether you upgrade your camera, with future compatibility ensured if you stick with the same system. With the growth of high resolution digital photography, lenses are upgraded with ever faster focussing motors, innovative features such as barrel control buttons as well as improved optical elements.
Regardless of whether you shoot micro four thirds, with a DLSR or mirrorless full-frame camera, we have daily arrivals of new compatible options. However, if you can’t find the exact model you are looking for, drop us an email and we will let you know as soon as your item becomes available. Check our stock of used camera accessories too, which includes essentials such as battery grips, flashguns and tripods.
Online purchases over £50 receive free shipping and can also be reserved for in-store collection, where customers can also browse current stock. We will also pick up an item directly from you if you are trading in equipment. Nothing could be simpler.