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The ability to use different lenses with a digital SLR camera body serves as one of the most significant attractions of the 35mm format, so why would you want to fit just one lens and forget it? Here are six good reasons why a super zoom lens makes sense?

Save your back

Save your back or your wrist or your shoulder. Do you wince whenever you pick up your camera with all the lenses, shoulder bag, or your backpack? If the answer is yes, then unquestionably it is time to leave all the other lenses at home and start using a superzoom. A superzoom covers the same/ equivalent focal range as a telephoto zoom (70-200/300mm) and typical standard zoom (28-70mm). If you use prime lenses, then the situation is even worse. But, you can easily fit a DSLR & superzoom in a small shoulder bag, & never ever have to moan about the weight again.

A perfect match for entry-level DSLRs

Entry-level DSLR cameras of today’s world are invariably small and light, thereby making superzoom lens a perfect match. Despite their huge focal range, these superzooms are not as bulky or heavy as you think. They are light because they are predominantly designed for travel. They definitely provide a much better-balanced package compared to a pro-level standard or telephoto zoom, & keep the overall weight down too.

Cover most angles

Superzoom lens can deal with every photographic situation virtually that you are likely to encounter, with the exception of ultra-telephoto and extreme wide-angle shots. If you never or very rarely shot at more than 300mm or less than 28mm, then a superzoom lens makes perfect sense, especially if you take photos throughout the huge focal range that is on offer. From huge mountains to close-ups of things that you can barely see with your eyes, one superzoom lens really can do it all.

Never miss the moment

How many great moment photos have you missed while swapping lenses? We have all been in the situation, rummaging around in a backpack for the “right” lens, or frantically detaching lens caps, whilst the action/ spot passes us. Even worse, eventually you may get tired of swapping lenses and decide to stick with just one, just hoping that it will be opt for whatever comes along next, which invariably is not.

Avoid a dusty sensor

It may seem like a cardinal offense to never take a lens off your digital SLR, but at least you do not have to worry about getting unwanted dust & debris on your sensor. True, you cannot avoid it completely, as all the non-prime lenses suck in dust & debris whenever you zoom in and out. And if your DSLR has a built-in anti-dust system, then you never actually have to clean the sensor of your camera, a potentially tricky & costly process that most of the photographers hate doing.

Save money and environment

Buying a super zoom lens is mostly cheaper than the cost of buying a standard zoom & telephoto zoom combination. You will also boost your green credentials as only one product has gone through the process of production, rather than two. So save some money & help the planet too!