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As a beginner, how do I figure out which lens to get next?

I have a Canon R50 camera and am looking for a more versatile lens More versatile than... which one do you have? I would argue that the way of thinking is the opposite. You probably have a kit lens. ...
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As a beginner, how do I figure out which lens to get next?

You're unlikely to get any good advice unless you specify what you want from a lens, in what way you want the lens to be a "more versatile" (than what? -- you didn't specify that either). ...
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What specs should I look at when shopping for a lens to take talking-head-at-a-desk and closeup shots?

Your D750 is a full frame! That means the dimensions of the image sensor is approximately the same as a film camera accepting 35mm film. The size of the image recorded by this camera is 24mm height by ...
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What specs should I look at when shopping for a lens to take talking-head-at-a-desk and closeup shots?

My first recommendation is that you need to know your space. The main thing to understand is 1. The distance from the camera to your face, and 2. How much do you want to capture your surroundings, ...
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What specs should I look at when shopping for a lens to take talking-head-at-a-desk and closeup shots?

Things to look for: Mount system The lens has to match your camera for you to be able to attach and use the lens. In your case, a Nikon D750 is in the Nikon F mount dLSR lens system. So you need to ...
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