The latest designs bring true wide-angle capability and more to the digital format
By Zachary Singer
Published March 1, 2005
Updated November 21, 2016
You've no doubt seen or heard about new "designed for digital" lenses that are optimized for better performance with digital image sensors. If you’re like most people, though, you’re not quite sure what that means—just what makes a lens that’s "designed for digital"? We’ll cover the details and show you how the new lenses have helped overcome some of the challenges once posed by a switch to digital, and how these advanced optics can improve your images.
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