Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 18-300mm F3.5-5.6G ED VR
Announced Jun 14, 2012 •
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By: cauger61 (11 months ago)
Posted to: Beginners Questions
I am an absolutely new comer to the world of dSLR photography. I have recently joined a bird watching group and have made a few trips with successfully (to the extent permissible) taken birds and nature photographs with my existing point-and-shoot camera. But now I have started realising its limitations and therefore I have recently decided to have a Nikon d5200 which suits my budget. The camera comes as usual with a 18-55 kit lens. The experienced members of the group come with awe raising...
Hello, I need some help making a decision. I currently have my d7100 with 50mm 1.4D, AF-S 70-300mm and a 18-200mm. The 18-200 replaced my kit 18-105 lens for a trip to Europe last fall (I wanted an all-in-one lens for the trip to save space and weight). I have used my 70-300 on a number occasions at sporting events or while camping, in the woods, at the beach (only 3-4 times a year maybe). I was very pleased with results but at the same time quite annoyed with having to constantly switch...
Yet another one of these threads, I'd like some opinions :) I'm planning on moving from DX to FF and am trying to figure out my lens strategy. I'm in absolutely no way a pro, and I never will be; I photograph whatever ends up in front of my kit, be it landscape, portrait (in the sense of facial pics of family), general travel photography, macro etc. I even occasionally try to photograph my nephews ice hockey attempts (indoor sport). So, my kit right now: D7000, Nikon 35 f1.8, Nikon 50 f1.8,...
Hi all!I just recently purchased my D3200 within the last year and love it! I'm still new to learning everything, but am always open to suggestions. I love to take pictures of family (babies, group shots, at the pool, etc.), landscapes, flowers, birds, my dogs, etc. I'm my family's photographer (as in I'm the ONLY one to take family photos, only one to ever bring a camera, etc.). I only have 2 lenses, a Nikon 50mm f/1.8D and a 70-300mm f/4-5.6G. I really enjoy my 50mm because of it's size and...
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