Perfect for vacation where you don't want to be swapping lenses constantly It's heavier than the camera (D5600) and is a little slow focusing but everything I read said it would be so no big surprise
Pros: Crisp, clear and all the zoom you could want in a single lens
Cons: Slow focusing and a tad heavy
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You won't be sorry if you purchase this lens. It was either the 18-200 or the 18-300 for me. I made the right choice. To have that extra reach is really good. Just used it to shoot a great fire works show, and it didn't disappoint !! Sharp crisp photos !! Using it on a Nikon D7200. No problems with weight or handling. All functions worked smoothly. I know it's the times, but I do miss the quick stop "infinity" mark. IMO a very good lens for the $$$.
Pros: It's all GOOD !!
Cons: None so far.
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Terrific lens -- wide-angle to long telephoto, Nikon quality, and barely bigger or heavier than their 18-135mm. Expensive, but it's probably the only lens I'll ever need.
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Very happy with this lens. It is a great option if you don't want to carry around multiple lenses. Its a little heavy, but if you don't mind the weight, this choice is well worth the money.
Pros: Eliminates need for carrying multiple lenses Solid performance
Cons: A bit heavy
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Great all around lens
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Upgraded to this lens from the Nikkor 18-140mm soon. What an improvement! Nearly doubling the zoom capability is sweet. And the quickness of the auto focus was a bit of a surprise as I read in reviews that it was a tad slow. I'm not sure how they define slow, but the auto focus of this lens is anything but slow.
Pros: Super zoom capability and very quick auto focus.
Cons: At this price I haven't seen a downside yet.
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This lens is a great all in one lens. It takes high quality pictures from all different zoompoints and is definitely worth the value for its portability. The Vibration Reduction is very helpful for long zooms but doesn't solve everything.
Pros: Large Zoom Range Light High Quality Images All In One Vibration Reduction
Cons: Expensive Camera Shake can affect images at large zoom
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