Reviews and Problems with Nikon 55-200mm f/4-5.6G ED AF-S DX
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Great Lens for a Reasonable Price!
Sharkbait, B&H Photo
22 September 2014
Excerpt: This product is great for outdoor shots during the daytime as well as reasonably well lit indoor shots. I Have found all of my photos to be crystal clear even without the VR. This lens is not a professional lens and has a slightly inexpensive feel to it, but its performance is incredible and with proper use this lens is an indispensable tool in the inventory. It performs well enough to take it out on trips but isn't too expensive to be scared of taking it out of the box.
Pros: Consistent Output, Fast / accurate auto-focus
Excerpt: The lens is relatively cheap, takes amazingly sharp photos and blurs the background well. The lens is great for nature as well as portrait photography. I mainly use it for portrait photography.
Summary: The lens is relatively cheap, takes amazingly sharp photos and blurs the background well. The lens is great for nature as well as portrait photography. I mainly use it for portrait photography.
Awesome Lens with a Fantastic Price. This lens is worth the ticket price.
17 May 2014
Summary: I am enjoying getting to know and working with my new lens, the only reason I listed picture quality as a 4 star instead of a five is operator error not the lens. Once I get used to the flow of this lens, I am sure the picture quality will be five star. It is great for wild life pictures. The auto-focus works like a champ in any setting.
This is a must have if looking to do basic macro or telephoto shot.
29 April 2014
Summary: I was looking for something a little longer-ranged than my 18mm-55mm, and this was the next up. Compared to a 300mm lens for a few hundred dollars more, I felt it unnecessary to invest that extra money and go with the next best thing. The photo quality is very crisp, but I would *highly* recommend a lens hood with this since longer shots can be a little high-exposure and have glare.