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We asked wildlife and landscape photographer, Lee Slabber, to pick the favourite lens in his bag.

Lee Slabber: As a nature photographer, specialising in both wildlife and landscapes, I would have to pick a lens for each discipline. When shooting landscapes, specifically seascapes, my go to lens would be the EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM lens. It is sharp, has a near focusing distance which allows for great depth of field in my images.

When shooting wildlife I have grown to love the new EF 200-400mm f/4L IS lens with the built in 1.4x converter. It covers an ideal focal range for shooting wildlife with great resolution and is pretty light for its size.

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Find more of Lee's photos here.

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