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

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Hello everyone! I acquired an AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G for indoor use with my D5000. My choice was based on reading topics and reviews all over the net. It is destined for indoor use where it should give more headroom in terms of sensitivity as the 18-55 or 18-200. However I have a curious problem that it is not as sharp as the 18-55 or the 18-200. To test my suspicion I made a series of images with the camera on a tripod, 18-55 and 18-200 zoomed at 35mm and VR off, using remote and saved...
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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...
By: mikhs1 (Jul 25, 2016)
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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...
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