I would like it better but for some reason the Auto Focus ...
ERIC L., Amazon
18 December 2014
Summary: I would like it better but for some reason the Auto Focus sometimes hangs up and the camera will not take a picture. Could be something I am doing wrong I don't know. I do know I don't have this problem with anymore of my other lenses.
Summary: This 18-135mm lens is nice enough, but seems overpriced for what it is. It works perfectly on every Nikon DSLR: D1, D1X, D1H, D2X, D2Xs, D2H/s, D50, D70, D70s, D80, D100 and D200. It's sharp and agile, but I suggest saving your money for the spectacular Nikon 18-200mm VR (Vibration Reduction) which...
Summary: I bought this lens in a hurry as my wife accidentally broke my 18-105mm with VR. My caution to anyone looking at this lens is to be sure you have a steady hand as you will see a difference in the clarity of your pictures.
Summary: I picked up a used 18-135 in July 2013 for a good price for the D300. I was using the 18-70 and it's a sweet lens, but I wanted the extra telephoto focal length of the 18-135. Yes it's known for pincushion distortion from 28-70mm range.
Summary: Years ago when I first got serious about SLR Photography I was steered to the 18-135mm zoom and I used it quite extensively. I was using a different brand of camera (Minolta) but the facility of this particular lens combination was always perfect.
Summary: I've been using this lens for about 10 months. I use it on my D60. I mostly use primes because they are so much faster (better for low light) and they are far sharper than any zoom that I can afford. So for any camera I own, I usually have one zoom that will do the job when no primes can.