Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR II Q&As

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This Nikkor AF-S DX 18-200mm ED VR II lens came with the D7000 set when I bought it some years ago. These days, when attached and pointed downwards, gravity pulls extends the it and does a zoom in. Is something broke? Wear and tear? Does this happens with yours? Many thanks for advice!
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I plan to send my D300S to a Nikon-approved location in NYC, Photo Tech, for professional cleaning of the interior, sensor, mirror, etc as well as my VR II 18-200 lens.  I still use and love the camera and lens, but have noticed more dust and some lens condensation/residue that I don't think I can clean myself. Has anyone done this type of professional cleaning and were you satisfied?  I know my camera is pretty old and might just consider an upgrade (e.g., D500), but would hold out for a...
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Hello, I'm using Nikon DSLR since 2 years,I have D7200 and D5600. I use D5600 for street and general purpose and D7200 for my Professional use. I'm planning to buy a lens for general multipurpose use. I find my AF-P 18-55 lens is bit softer, and I have Nikon 50mm 1.4, Tokina 11-16, Tokina 100mm macro, also I do have DX 35mm 1.8 and Nikon AF-p 70-300. I need a lens which can fill the Gap. I read the reviews of many lens and seriously confused between Nikon 16-85 or 18-140 or 18-105 or 18-200....
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Hello good people, I am in a dilemma and I hope you good people can help me to make a sane decision.  I am really new to photography and currently going through a G.A.S (Gear Acquisition Syndrome) Phase. I got a D5300, a 35mm and a 50mm (Youngnuo Chinese lenses...so didn't break the bank) a Nikon 18-200 kit lens and recently I bought a Nikon 85mm f1.8G because I love taking portraits and everywhere it says the 85mm is the standard for portraits, and after trying it I am loving that lens. No...
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Its funny, whenever i take pictures with my Nikon 18-200 at 200mm , metadata for some reason shoes 170mm even if the lens was physically at 200mm. Has anyone else experience it ? Body D7100 Lens Nikon 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G AF-S ED VR-II
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Would somebody please be able to identify the lens error I get? I made a video of the behavior while trying to focus my lens: https://vid.me/kdKh The lens also does this on a different DSLR body. In all modes (PAS) and apentures. Manual focus works fine. I filmed it with my phone againt the viewfieder so the motorsound is louder then it appears. If it is mechanical I would like to fix it myself. If it is electronic I will send it to Nikon or sell it.  Lens is the Nikkor 18-200 ED VRII
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By: Sherwin Sammy (Nov 9, 2016)
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Hi Mates, I'm in lookout for a decent camera bag. Stumbled across 1) Lowepro Fastpack 250 AWii 2) Manfrotto MB MA-TL Advanced Backpack 3) Tamrac Corona 26  Now, my needs suit up for the above models, BUT, i would appreciate users reviews. So that i can fix up on any one of them. These 3 come up in the same budget, here in India. I carry my D300s + 18-200 + 50mm + 15in Laptop pretty much always. For the while im stuffing them all into my Laptop Bag, and its pretty uncomfortable. I wish to...
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Hello, I have a question... I currently have my d7100 with 35mm 1.8G, AF-S 70-300mm and a 18-200mm. The 18-200 replaced my original 18-105 kit lens for a trip to Europe last fall (I wanted an all-in-one lens for the trip to save space and weight). I find that the 18-200, while very versatile and convenient for traveling, does not really deliver the image quality I would like (I am not a professional but being a many years enthusiast, I do take pride in the quality of my photos). So, I am...
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I have been doing astro-timelapse for some time using D90 and Samyang 10mm f2.8, with an external interval timer. I enjoy aiming for good 'holygrail' sunset/starfield videos and tend to use lrtTimelapse/qDslrDashboard and such tools for this. I recently purchased a D7200 which at first glance appears to offer a 'quick and dirty' holygrail image capture mode using the inbuilt interval timer/exposure smoothing, in conjunction with aperture priority and auto ISO. I have tested this with the...
By: mikhs1 (Mar 22, 2016)
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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...
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