Camera Lenses

Using camera lenses creatively in photography shapes and determines the way you see the subject. When shopping for lenses with London Drugs, you will find a variety of options to match up with all different photography styles and needs.

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  • Nikon PC-E Micro 45mm f/2.8 D ED - 2174 Quick View
  • Nikon AF-S FX 35MM f1.4 G - 2198 Quick View
  • Nikon AF-S FX 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED VR Lens - 2204 Quick View
  • Sigma A 14mm F1.8 DG HSM Lens for Nikon - A14DGHN Quick View
  • Canon EF 70–200mm f/4L IS II USM Lens - White - 2309C002 Quick View
  • Tamron 28-75mm F/2.8 Di III RXD Lens for Sony - 104A036SF Quick View
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Type of Camera Lenses

Standard Lenses

Standard lenses are generally for everyday usage and come with a focal length, that is neither extremely wide angle nor telephoto, to produce a more accurate reproduction of what the human eye sees. Shop Now

Telephoto Lenses

Telephoto lenses range and offer a narrow field of view, making them a good choice for sports, portrait, wildlife, and documentary photography styles. Telephoto lenses may be fixed as focal length or zoom. Shop Now

Portrait Lenses

Many camera lenses can capture portraits, including standard lenses, wide angle lenses, and telephoto lenses. Look for the best option within your camera brand. Shop Now

Wide Angle Lenses

A wide-angle lens has shorter focal length in comparison to standard lenses, allowing a wide- angle view for group portraits or outdoor landscapes. Wide angle lenses may be fixed as focal length or zoom. Shop Now

Macro Lenses

Used for macro or close-up photography, macro lenses, allows the photographer to take incredible shots of subjects like flowers, butterflies, and other smaller items. Shop Now

Camera Lenses FAQ

Are camera lenses interchangeable?
Lenses are generally interchangeable within the same brand due to the mount specifications, but may require an adapter between DSLR and mirrorless cameras.

How can I clean a camera lens?
Use a blower or soft-bristled brush for dust removal, and then apply lens cleaning solution to a lens cleaning cloth to remove oil, grime, and fingerprints.

Why are camera lenses in mm?
The mm for camera lenses refers to the fixed focal length measurement. A 50mm camera lens is considered standard for a 35mm film camera or a DSLR full-frame camera, but when used on an APSC sized mirrorless camera its approximate image is a 7.5mm focal length, which is best suited for portraits.

Whether you are looking for Nikon lenses or Canon lenses, London Drugs carries all different types of camera lenses to meet a variety of needs.