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Nikon Zoom Lens

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"Excellent choice for the Nikon D3300" - by zorro
Works perfectly with a Nikon D3300. Very good value for money. Well made and a good quality lens. I was sceptical given some of the reviews but having tested it out using various different settings I'm very pleased with it and recommend it. If you hold the camera properly when on full zoom it does not suffer from camera shake as much as is indicated in these reviews. After all that's how photo's were taken prior to VR being introduced. If you want a good quality lens without forking out for the Nikon equivalent, you won't be disappointed.

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"I love this lens" - by Domeara
I love this lens. It is very easy to use and the images are very sharp. I'm using it with my Nikon D3200.

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"Small, lightweight and has VR" - by A.N.
Purchased after buying s Nikon D5600 with 18-55mm kit lens. Needed a larger zoom lens to take photos of the kids in school assemblies, sports days, garden, etc. I was tempted by the Nikon 55-300mm lens but wanted a physically shorter length lens. So it will fit in the compact bag that I had purchased (as bought the D5600 as it was a small lightweight DSLR). The lens was easy to install and packaged well. Chose this lens over the Tamron 70-300mm (is about £90) as it was physically smaller, lighter in weight and had the VR stabiliser. I hsd used the Tamron lens previously and images would suffer blur between 200-300mm with a Nikon D5500 (no VR tech). Also, the lens felt to heavy when attached to the camera body. Also bought Amazon's 5 year breakdown/accidental damage/theft cover for about £35... for peace of mind. Also came with Amazon ... full review

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"Fabulous all-rounder travel lens" - by S. Osborne (Cambridge, UK)
This is an awesome DX lens, paired with a D5500 in my case. Perfect travel lens.
Do yourself a favour and get a rapid strap or similar which makes carrying an slr+big lens like this all day a breeze..

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"A very usefull bargain lens." - by JB. (Manchester.)
To start with this lens is fully compatible with the Nikon D5000 & is a absolute bargain,
When I purchased my Nikon D5000 it came with the Nikon 55-200vr lens which although very good was a bit short for wildlife, I then tried a Tamron 28-300 which was a very usefull general purpose lens but produced quite soft images so after reading the reviews I gave this Sigma lens a try & I have to say I have been very impressed,
You will need a steady hand, Tripod or support of some kind at the longer end but with care this lens can produce very sharp images which you will find hard to better even with much more expensive lenses,
I have only been using it for about 2 months so I hope its going to last ok & at the moment there is no lens creep in fact for ... full review

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"Brilliant Lens" - by Ian C
Love this lens, I am very much an amateur and this lens is hardly ever off my camera. Gives excellent results

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"Great lens" - by philhippos (UK)
Great lens if a little pricey. Just for context: in the past year I have used the following "standard" zooms on my Nikon D5500 camera - Nikon 18-55mm, Nikon 16-85mm, Sigma 17-70mm "C" and, lastly, this Nikon 16-80mm. As you might expect, the 17-70mm and 16-85mm gave similar results in terms of image quality and were significantly better than the 18-55mm, although the images were "soft in parts", though acceptable as was a minimal degree of chromatic fringing (common to both). The only real difference between the two was that the 17-70mm is about 1 stop faster.

The Nikon 16-80mm is in a higher class. Having just examined a series of comparison shots between the 17-70mm and this 16-80mm I'm pleased to tell you that the 16-80mm is better than the 17-70mm to a similar degree (pleased because, otherwise, I have spent an eyewatering sum of money upgading to ... full review

"I love using it" - by FrankyMac
This is an exceptional lens, it is fast and sharp at all focal lengths. I love using it.

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"All in all good enough lens just waiting for better weather to try ..." - by shadowcatcher
Not top of the range but acceptable for the money. Suffers slightly from contrast but quick photofix sorts it out. At full lenth needs solid tripod as shake from shutter problem. All in all good enough lens just waiting for better weather to try it out on wildlife. Construction reasonable with smooth lenth change. Attached is photo of hills approx 35-50 miles from me. Slightly photo fixed for contrast and brightness.

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"Fantastic toy but you need to know how to use it" - by Hooch6 (Bristol, South Gloucestershire United Kingdom)
I have given this 5 stars based on its price/ performance and not because I am comparing it to my professional lenses.

One thing you need to be aware of, you are not buying a high quality lens here. do not even pretend that you will get a high quality glass. Think of it as a fun toy that you can use to take fun photos with. It is not a lens but a good quality toy. So why have I given it a 5 star? Its because if you know how to use it you can take some fun photos with it. If how ever you plan to use it for professional work, forget it. A £200 super telephoto lens was never meant to be used for professional work!

When I first got this lens it reminded me of a toy "pirate telescope" we used to ... full review

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"Brilliant cheap little lens" - by LeBrit
Having bought this to complement my last DX dslr I am staggered by the quality of its performance. It's a moderate standard zoom by specification but I feel it to be at least as sharp as my fx D610 equivalent 24-85. It is also much smaller and compact on my D7100 and focusses really close. Okay, so it's not as strongly made as the 24-85 but is much more convenient to carry around. I am an ex-pro industrial and PR photographer and can truly say it is one of the best lenses I have ever used. It has a plastic mount of course, so don't bang it around. But then you shouldn't be doing that anyway. I have used Zeiss, Schneider, Nikon, Leica and Minolta lenses in my career, and Sony ones on other cameras (A6000) in retirement. This is not put to shame by any of these and is ... full review