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Nikon Zoom Lens

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"Brilliant lens" - by Claire c
Brilliant lens seeing other reviews I gave it chance as I'm on a budget and a beginner lovely lens fits my cannon 1200d took me a while to figure it out to use it other reviews say when it's on the 300mm it's blurry if you put it on macro it's fine with no problems

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"Great purchase" - by Amazon Customer
After much deliberation I decided to purchase this lens to use on my D3300. It compliments my camera well and is a welcome addition to my 18-55mm lens that came with my camera. Crystal clear photos every time and the zoom quality is great with no distortion at 200mm. So glad i brought this and I highly recommend to anyone looking to take photos of more than just close up images

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"very happy with this lens I Am only a novice but ..." - by sharpy
very happy with this lens
I Am only a novice but i am loving the results
Just got to get used to the weight roll on summer and the air show season

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"Decent telephoto lens with a good range" - by Dr. Kevin Hammond (Fife, Scotland)
For the money, this is a very good lens. It hasn't yet made me smile as much as some of my other lenses (e.g. the Nikon 10-24 or the 18-140) but it seems generally competent. I bought it to give me a long telephoto with vibration reduction capability (I also have the 70-300G, but this is only usable on the more upmarket Nikon bodies, and has no VR, which means it can only be used in reasonably bright light). I've mainly used this on a D7000 but also tested it on a D40. The 55mm wide end does seem more useful than the 70mm on my other telephoto. I took this plus the 10-24 (which is great for landscapes) on a short country walk last weekend and not missed the mid range. I don't think I could have done that with the 70-300. ... full review

"Useful and saves taking 2 or more separate lenses when ..." - by HoneyKim
As someone quite new to DSLR, I seem to be able to take decent photos with this lens. Useful and saves taking 2 or more separate lenses when out. I find the focus ring difficult to use as it is nearer the camera body than my other lens and not comfortable to use. Maybe I will get used to it after further use

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"I read all the articles I could find on this lens and all seemed very happy with the lens" - by mallacai
I have the tamron SP AF 70-300 F/4-5.6 Di VC USD which i've used for the past 18 month's and I found that up to 200mm it was clear and crisp but above that it became very soft and stopping down to f10 was the only way of getting a crisp shot, I read all the articles I could find on this lens and all seemed very happy with the lens, it arrived today but by the time I got home the light was starting to go so I took a few shots of specific areas on the mountain behind my house as it's somewhere i'd photographed in all conditions with the tamron, f6.3 at 300mm gave me a shot way better than the tamron at f10, in fact it's the sharpest shot i've ever got with any lens on the mountain, it does have a plastic mount but that ... full review

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"LOVE THIS I'M USING IT ON A NIKON D3300 practising ..." - by Amazon Customer
LOVE THIS I'M USING IT ON A NIKON D3300 practising on the trees at the moment I find they are the best to work on
might get the 2xadapter and knock it up to a 1600mm

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"I Wouldn't Complain If This Had Cost Twice As Much" - by Al Bundy
Like most people, the price of a top quality long lens is way out of my price range. So, when Nikoin announced the 200-500mm, it was exciting news indeed.

Pro and Magazine reviews offered slightly varying opinions on the quality of the images when used wide open at 500mm, but my experience shows this to be more an issue of RAW softening, rather than severe lens limitations. A little pre-sharpening in the RAW convertor, and you'd never know this wasn't a lens that costs 5 or 6 times the price. The f5.6 aperture sounds like it should be an issue but, with the ability of modern bodies to cope increasingly well with noise, it just isn't.

The 200-500mm f5.6 lens is one of the best buys I've ever made for my bag. Yes, it adds some weight, and most camera bags aren't designed to carry such a lens with the body attached ... full review

"Read and re-read so many reviews before buying this" - by Mr B
My wife bought a Pentax earlier in the year and after going to a photography class decided she needed a better lens. I bought this for her birthday, despite my budget being much higher, due to the fact that after reading so many reviews for so many lenses it was pretty clear that for the hobbyist photographer this is all you need. She has been using it since October and to the layman (me)her photo's appear to be of exceptional quality and stand up to a considerable amount of zooming in on the laptop once we get home.

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"Good Nikon kit lens" - by Eng
Bought as a refurbished item, the lens was in very good conditions. This is obviously a kit and not a top end lens but at £124 it gives good quality images that will be acceptable to most people, I would imagine if photos were going to be enlarged to greater that 12" x 8" you would be better looking for a better quality lens.
But you get what you pay for and at this price I think the item is good value for money.

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"Superb lens" - by Dot
Brilliant lens for my Sony A58 , very sharp, and although a vheavy lens i used a mono pod for it , see the photo of the Swan that i took and the water droplets on the Swan , brilliant !!

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"Good walkabout lens!" - by cathal
I was looking for a good walkabout lens and I found one with this lens. There are slight distortions in the corners of the frame but this is apparently common with all telezoom lens. Nikon has firmware to auto correct distortion; however this particular lens is still missing from the list, this is why I only give this lens 4stars. I take lots of portrait photos and haven't noticed the distortion. I love this lens because it allows you the option of wide angle shots and mid telezoom.

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"Outstanding new tele-zoom for general landscape and travel photography." - by S. Miles (UK)
You don't buy a lens like this for fast action or creamy out-of-focus backgrounds. There are specialist lenses - all larger, heavier and more expensive than this new Nikkor zoom - that will do these things for you. A lens like this is a general purpose lens, ideally suited to travel and landscape photography, which is what I bought it for. Such a lens needs to be small enough and light enough that you'll have it with you when you need it, and good enough to substitute for those specialist lenses for general use at middle and small apertures. I'm happy to report that my sample does exactly this - and then some. It has terrific sharpness throughout the whole zoom range. There is just a hint of softness in the extreme corners wide open, but nothing to be concerned about. Stop it down a bit, and the image quality ... full review

"Another great lens" - by zzrpilot (UK)
All you would expect of a quality lens. Very impressed so far.

"Excellent lens." - by Graham Wade (Bordon, Hamshire, UK)
Really wanted a 300mm zoom lens but the non-VR lenses has bad reviews and with VR £100+ more than this one. Main concern after reading reviews was warranty and what was included in the box. Contacted several providers and Global Bargins Direct replied in a couple of hours. Anyway came in pucka Nikon Gold/ Black box, full international warranty, front and back lens caps, snap on lens cap and lens pouch. In use this lens is fantastic, the extra zoom over the D90 kit lens (18-105) is worth having and the VR has meant that pictures taken late in the afternoon when the light was bad are still useable. In good light the results are clear and sharp with just a slight softening when wide open.

I wouldn't purchase the on VR version of this lens as even the slightest movement at the 200 end results in softened images so either ... full review