P Is For Prime Lens

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Irony, March 2016

A prime lens is a fixed focal length lens, as opposed to a zoom lens that has a variable focal length. Primes are generally smaller and faster, with a wider range of apertures, which allow for better shooting in low light. Primes also allow for a greater depth of field than a variable focal length lens.

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