A&P Opinion on Nikon lens...

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  1. granto

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    .99 cents. It sounds pretty good.
     
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    tenplanescrashing Active Member

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    I haven't heard too many good things about that lens. I'd like to know if there are other opinions though.
     
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    Great Portrait and Wedding Lens

    :mamoru:
     
  5. SenenCito

    SenenCito OT Supporter

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    It really depends on how critical you are of image quality..personally I wouldn't buy that particular one, I don't know that exact lens but im pretty sure judging by the amount of zoom it must look pretty bad..however if you hate the whole changing lenses thing, then hey im guessing it would work for you nicely..thought if you don't want to change lenses, the new sony would probably work even better
     
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    meh just get 28-200
     
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    I wanted to get a new ED, but most of the new ones do not have a manual aperature adjustment, they are all auto. And I have a Nikon F4.
     

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