What mm lens is best for wide-angle?

What mm lens is best for wide-angle?

The most popular wide angle zoom range is 16-35mm. Most kit or standard zoom lenses go down to 24mm or 28mm. The widest lenses on the market are 10mm (rectilinear) and 8mm (fisheye).

Which lens has the widest angle?

On a full-frame camera, any lens with a focal length of 35mm or wider is considered a wide angle lens, while 24mm and wider is considered an ultra-wide angle lens.

How wide-angle is 18mm lens?

This means that the focal lengths have an angle of view that is smaller. That way, an 18mm lens mounted on a digital camera of this type gives an angle of view of the 28mm wide-angle lens, namely 75 degrees, for a multiplier of 1.5. One kind of wide-angle lens is a fish eye lens. Telephoto lens is the opposite.

Is 20mm wide angle?

On a full-frame camera, a 20mm lens is considered wide-angle because there is no crop factor on the camera; however, on a consumer-level DSLR (this includes ALL DSLRs which cost less than $1,600 body only), there is a built-in crop factor, so a 20mm lens on a crop factor camera won’t be a wide-angle.

What is a good wide lens?

Sigma 14-24mm f/2.8 DG HSM | A For the ultimate in wide viewing angles on Canon full-frame cameras, there’s no beating the own-brand Canon EF 11-24mm f/4L USM (opens in new tab), which delivers an astonishing 126 degrees on the diagonal.

How wide is too wide lenses?

So anything wider than 50mm (full frame) or 35mm (APS-C) is considered a wide angle lens. The smaller the number for focal length, the wider it will be, such as; 15mm which is super wide (full frame) or 10mm (specialty lens made for APS-C cameras only).

What is a 21mm lens good for?

21mm (The Sweet Spot) Yes, there are great uses for going wider or narrower, but if we had one prime lens to choose for landscapes, it would be 21mm. With this focal length you still get the wide-open feel that starts to evade the narrower focal lengths below, but it’s not too wide for many situations.