When one considers getting into wildlife photography, it’s easy to generate an image of a three-foot-long telephoto lens that practically needs a crane to carry it around.
But is that necessary?
This free guide looks at the necessary attributes of a wildlife photography lens.
Here is what’s covered:
- The focal length
- Speed (maximum aperture)
- Auto-focus (speed and reliability)
- Type (fixed (prime) or zoom)
- Weather sealing
- Image Stabilization
- Self-analysis (What do you really need in a wildlife lens?)
If you are interested in wildlife photography, this is a must-read guide.
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Photo Credit: Matt Bango