Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G II

Announced Nov 16, 2006 •
Zoom lens | Nikon F (DX)
Kazzaz
 
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it's amazing lens for what you pay for , sharp and great it's not for low light though but it's amazing for everything else . Problems: slow

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AG Ozcebe
 
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Pros: +light weight, +auto-focus is good. +Performance/price is very good Cons: -Doesn't have VR, but the range of lens is able compensate it in most of the cases. Problematic in low light conditions only, on the other hand shooting with timer and/or tripod is better than shooting with VR in those situations. Actually due to relatively high f-number, shutter speed needs to be long and tripod becomes to be a must for lower ISO + low light situations (VR is just enhancing hand performance with ...

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Focus_Point
 
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This lens is a very light, all around workhorse for starters who don't want to spend a lot but get a lot :) images are sharp enough, not sharp as my 50mm but can be sharpen with Photoshop without distorting the image :)

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TommyBoyz
 
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Great lens, It's a good starter. easy to use, nice pictures, good zoom Problems: None

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NZ Scott
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This highly-regarded lens served me well during several lengthy backpacking trips. It focused well and the bokeh was pleasing (when it could be coaxed out of the narrow aperture). This was the last Nikon kit lens without image stabilisation, and I did wish that it had that feature.

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