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Lenses are possibly the most important aspect of your camera and with hundreds of options, it can be overwhelming. Take your time to understand them so that you make an informed decision.
It is likely that you will have multiple lenses as your kit grows but initially think about what subjects you are shooting most. Landscapes, portraiture, sports, and nature have different typical focal lengths to shoot with. The focal length can also vary if your camera has an APS-C sensor because of the crop factor so check this first (a 35mm lens could give a field of view of equivalent to 56mm). You may notice focal length given as two numbers e.g. 70-200mm this indicates the lens is a zoom lens and you can adjust the focal length as oppose to a prime lens which has one fixed focal. Next, consider the maximum aperture, lenses with larger maximum apertures are capable of gathering more light so can be used in lower-light conditions.
There are many product specifications to consider when picking a photo/video lens, including: image stabilisation, size, weight and price. Read reviews and blogs to get a real idea of what will be best suited to your needs.