So, you’ve just bought a new Canon T7i? Congratulations!
The T7i is one of our favorite DSLRs. It is equipped with a powerful 24MP APS-C sensor that shoots images of incredible quality, depth, and beauty. Your Canon T7i probably comes with a kit lens. But chances are you’ll need more than what your kit lens can offer. If you need the best lens for T7i, what would this be? Let’s find out!
A look at some of the best lenses for T7i
In many reviews, the Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM and the Canon EF 100 mm f/2.8L, IS USM Macro Lens, have been touted as some of the best multipurpose lenses for anyone who owns a Canon Rebel T7i.
Here’s the truth, however;
Your best lens will depend on what you’ll be doing with your camera. If you’re into portrait photography, you’ll need something different from a photojournalist who would be covering sports. The same goes for other photographers across other photography niches.
Don’t be fooled by anything called an ‘everyday’ lens.
The takeaway here is that such type of lens will be decent for a diverse range of situations. It’s not necessarily going to blow off your minds at all times.
Along with the everyday lens, you’ll be better off having a few dedicated lenses for different occasions. Depending on what your regular photography routine looks like, these lenses could be for portrait photography, landscape photography, wedding photography, etc.
Lens options for the Canon T7i are almost unlimited!
The Canon EF/EF-S lens mount on the T7i has the most diverse lens compatibility offerings for digital SLRs. Of the 326 native lenses supported, 112 of these have Optical Image Stabilization, a feature lacking in the Canon T7i camera body. Your options are as diverse as they can be, but you’ll only need the best for what you plan to do.