START READING ON THE OTHER PICTURE!! (What is a zoom lens?) Also called normal zoom lenses, lenses with a range from wide-angle to telephoto lens offer many possibilities for the photographer who wants to display both the width of a landscape and zoom in for a close-up. Brightness and sharpness are paramount and can be maintained by purchasing the right lens for your camera. Some lenses of for example Sony or Olympus are intended for certain types of cameras, while those of Tamron are suitable for general use. These cameras can be found with a minimum focal length between 10-50 mm and a maximum focal length between 28 - 300 mm.
For cameras that support photography in full-frame format, more lenses have appeared on the market in recent years. With their difference in focal length, these lenses offer the ultimate image quality when taking photos of nature and portraits, but also for architectural photography.
Super zoom lens
Super or hyper zoom lenses have an optical zoom range of up to 100x. As a result, objects can be taken tens of times closer and within a few moments of a wide natural image you can zoom in on a detail. This switch from wide-angle to telephoto ensures that this type of lens is suitable for almost any situation and can significantly reduce the number of lenses you take with you when traveling. Of course, it depends purely on the compositions you want to make if this type of lens is suitable. Prime lenses with a fixed focal length can produce more depth and clearer images than the super zoom lenses.