If you are looking out for a good lens for the Canon 80D, then do not worry you can opt for the Canon 17-55mm f/2.8. But this lens is considered to be quite expensive for the entry-level cameras. It is the pro-level which keeps up with the Canon 80D.
The full frame lenses:
When you are talking about the Canon 80D lenses there are two types for its digital SLRs. One is the EF, which is compatible with the full frame and with the crop sensor cameras as well and the other one is the EF-S which is compatible only with the crop sensor cameras, so you have two types of lenses from which you can choose from. From these two lenses, the EF lenses are considered to be the more expensive ones due to their full-frame capabilities and the other ones are cheaper and will need to be upgraded.
The types of lenses for Canon 80D
- Canon 50mm F1.8 STM
this lens makes use of the STM motor which will make the lens a great choice for video shooting from the Canon 80D. It works well in both the still as well as the video mode.
- Sigma 18-35mm F1.8
this lens is low-light friendly and will give out the best images with the creamy bokeh. The images that you obtain from this lens are sharp.
The video along with 80D
The Canon 80D shoots a video at different speeds which include 60 fps, 30 fps, and 24 fps. For all the video shooters, 18-135 mm Nano USM is considered to be the best lens option. These lenses basically have a specialization in auto focus for the video that you are shooting with a great combination of the advanced 45-point cross-type auto focus system on the 80D.