Reviews and Problems with Pentax DA 18-55мм f/3.5-5.6 AL II
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Watch out seller very irresponsible when it comes to delivering
Paul R Mighetto, Amazon
29 August 2014
Summary: Very, VERY poorly shipped in a padded envelope. Inside the envelope was the original retail box which was not in a reenforced shipping box. The retail box was so smashed and ripped that it could not be taped together or repaired.
Summary: I love this lens. When I go out and shoot events, it is in my bag. When I have to travel compact, this is the lens that is first in and last out. I have no complaints about this lens. A great buy at a very fair price.
Summary: First of all, I must establish that I am a beginner, not a professional or even a dedicated photographer. However, I am a very enthusiastic and meticulous aficionado. I am also a collector, a characteristic that spills over into my photography hobby --I realize now that I am slowly drifting into...
Pentax 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 AL II SMC DA review by joe88
31 January 2014
Summary: for a kit lens a very good lens. High contrast and nice colors, I tested it wide open and stopped down to f8. I compared with a tree photo against the sky (without leaves).Between 24 and 55 corners are very sharp,too. In combination with k-x CA's disappearing nearly totally.
Summary: Works well for basic, close range photographs. Affordable and better than the older 18-55mm. I'm happy with the purchase, but now I'm already drooling over some more expensive, powerful lenses.
Pentax Lenses are Quality Lenses at an Affordable Price
W. D. Howell, Amazon
30 June 2013
Summary: I switched from Nikon to Pentax, because I wanted a rugged camera that has a decent sensor. Nikon has those of course, at a starting price of about $1800.00, I purchased my K5 used for $600.00.
Summary: This is the first auto-focus lens I've had, mounted on a pentax and I am quite pleased. Low cost, lightweight, good quality. It has become my primary lens for just about any work, vacation and portraits. The only time I put a big lens on is to capture some critters in the backyard at a distance.