Digital cameras are more exciting right now than they have been in years

Popular Science | 2/15/2019 | Staff
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According to the **** report, new lens sales took one of the smallest hits thanks to interchangeable-lens camera sales staying relatively resilient. While lenses typically have a longer refresh cycle than cameras themselves, the new lens crop has been impressive lately as well.

Canon and Nikon both introduced new mounts on their full-frame mirrorless cameras, which means they both created new lens lines to go with them. Canon even leveraged its new lens mounting system to create a 28-70mm f/2L lens, which has a wider aperture than the typical 24-70 f/2.8 lens that has been a staple in pro photographers’ kits for decades.

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Business tedium aside, right now is a pretty great time to nerd out about picture taking. As the market finds its footing, we’re beginning to get cameras that make sense for more people. If you can swing $1,500, which used to be the low-end of the enthusiast market, you have more good options for camera systems than you’ve had in years.

If you can move up from there, you have even more options. The...
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