Reviews and Problems with Nikon 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR II AF-S DX
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Mo, B&H Photo
5 days ago
Excerpt: Very pleased with this lens. I bought it before a once-in-a-lifetime trip, and used it exclusively. It allowed me to get the shots I wanted while quickly shifting from sunny landscapes to shady castle ruins to cathedral interiors to close-up candids. Versatile and fun to use.
Excerpt: I know a lot about photography but just started to practice my knowledge with Nikon D300s + Nikkor 18-200mm lens. It works out very well for beginners. To be honest, it's not good for indoor shooting without a flash.
Excerpt: This lens makes me look like a professional. Pictures are clear and sharp, I get requests from vintage car owners to "shoot" their cars, and are willing to pay for my shots. Although it's a little heavy, it's worth it's weight in gold and beautiful pictures...
Excerpt: I decided to buy the D7100 body only and this lens, rather than the kit lens. I just hear bad things about the kit lens. And if you're gonna upgrade anyway, why not upgrade from the start? So far this lens has been great. No complaints. I would recommend this to anyone.
Summary: I own a Nikon D5100 DSLR that I bought as a bundle at Costco. It came with a pair of lenses, an 18-55mm and 55-300mm zooms. I like to go to airshows and the 18-55mm is fine for up-close shots but I found I had to constantly change out lenses if I wanted to get a more distant shot such as a fly-by, so I missed quite a few while I was fussing with that. The 18-200mm solved that problem.