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Canon EOS 70D compatible lenses are extensive

The Canon EOS 70D is a great all-round camera for those of you who are not a beginner or a professional, well that’s what most of the reviews suggest. However, they do point to one or two issues, such as the lack of headphone jack that stops this being ideal for those wanting the camera to make plenty of videos, even though Canon says it is.

Having compared this camera to the Nikon D7100 and thought you would stick with Canon, you will now be looking to see what Canon EOS 70D compatible lenses are available. Well, we can tell you the list is extensive.

You have a choice of official branded lenses or third-party lenses. We have two sources for you to visit, as one is from Canon listing all the different types and the other looking over the best lenses for the Canon EOS 70D.

Canon EOS 70D can take a huge range of lenses
Canon EOS 70D can take a huge range of lenses

Canon has separated theirs into several categories, which consist of fisheye, ultra wide, and wide angle, standard and medium telephoto, standard telephoto, zoom, macro, EF-S and EF-M.

Camera Egg has listed theirs by lens size, such as best 50mm Standard Prime, 85mm, 100mm, 105mm, 135mm lenses and so on. What we like about this Canon 70d lens compatibility list is how you have a choice of brands, along with their prices and the best places to purchase them from.

If you are still undecided if the 70D is the right camera for you, then fest your eyes on the production image quality and AF performance, and how it compares to the Nikon D7100 in terms of stills and video functionality.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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