Want to use a Nikon lens on a Canon camera? Or a vintage Minolta lens on an Olympus? You need a lens adapter to re-purpose those lenses to work with today’s DSLR cameras.
Adapters are relatively inexpensive and easy to use. They simply mount between the lens and the camera body. It’s important to note that most lens adapters are purely mechanical. They provide a mechanical interface between the lens and camera. As a result, focus and aperture adjustments must be done manually.
When taking a picture, you often need to zoom in on distant subjects. A telephoto lens is the solution. Most DSLR cameras come with a stock lens of 18-55mm. While this lens is great for wide angle shots, it falls far short as a telephoto lens.
Studio 300 now has a Canon 55-250mm Telephoto Lens for our Canon T4i (and other) DSLR cameras. This item can be checked out for 3-days.
Picking up where the stock lens ends, this telephoto lens has a range of 55mm to 250mm. At 250mm, distant subjects can be easily pulled in and captured. The lens has both Auto Focus and Image Stabilization like the stock lens, and it’s easy to capture sharply focused shots without a tripod. If you’re curious what a telephoto lens can do for you, stop by Studio300 and we’ll show you how easy it is to use. Meanwhile, check out the two shots below.