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Helpful votes received on reviews: 96% (238 of 249)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 14,697 - Total Helpful Votes: 238 of 249
Nikon AF-S DX 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR Lens by Nikon
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
About three months ago I found a website, DXO Mark, which presents results of their lab tests on just about every camera and lens introduced over the past five years. Having bought a D5200 four months ago, to get a combination of higher resolution AND the tilt / turn LCD for my macro / still life shots, in live view mode, I sought to get a better lens for general purpose and travel. I had, and loved, the 18-105mm but I found I was using it at the 80 - 105mm end much more than anywhere else. I also have the 55-300, but found I was using that at the 100 - 160mm range most of the time.

I had read that the predecessor of this 18-140mm VR was the 18 - 135mm non VR. This had a high… Read more
2.8 Meter Flexi Seal Strip for Bath or Shower Tray by Shower Shop UK
Over the years, I have had great trouble forming seals between bath edges and tiles, especially where there's an overhead shower, making it a super wet area most of the time.

I don't think there IS a perfect product out there, even now, in 2013. However, this is close to it. I've seen a few comments about the adhesive being so strong, the thin clear plastic strip which needs to peel away is difficult to remove.

It can be, but here's the thing. If you warm the 'start' end between your hands for a minute or so, then gently prise the clear plastic away from the end. As soon as you have 6mm or more, do not pull the plastic away from the main seal strip, ie at 90 degrees to… Read more
Nikon D5200 Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm VR Len&hellip by Nikon
67 of 73 people found the following review helpful
There's been a shedload of reviews already so I'll try not to repeat too much of what has come before me. Here's the deal. High resolution development sort of stopped two years ago when 10 - 12 Mp cameras were found to produce pin sharp prints up to 20 x 16" which is as big as 99% of us ever go.

That's great if your photo was composed perfectly, including what you want, ommitting nothing that you wanted, and not including objects or people you didn't want in the shot. If, however, you are human like me, and got the composition slightly wrong on some of your shots, your next step would be to crop out the image you really wanted, from the original shot. Doing this, depending on how… Read more