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What is 18 300mm good for?

What is 18 300mm good for?

Whether capturing still images or HD video, the 18-300mm lens is built to help users capture content with vibrant colors and sharp details, plus shoot sports, vacations and wildlife with confidence.

Is a 28-300mm lens good?

The Nikon 28-300mm AF-S G ED VR is an excellent lens. It’s sharp and does everything. It has ample distortion, easily corrected in-camera or Photoshop’s lens distortion filter. It handles great, focusing from infinity down to a foot-and-a-half at every focal length with ease.

How much magnification does a 300mm lens give?

In determining the magnification factor of a lens, you divide its focal length by 50mm. In this case, your 300mm lens would have a magnification of 6 (6x).

How much does the Nikon 18 300mm lens weigh?

Weighing a mere 19.4 ounces, the AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-6.3G ED VR is remarkably compact and lightweight, making it a lens that is comfortable to carry regardless of the photo excursion.

What is the DX-format of the Nikon 18-300mm?

With the introduction of the AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-6.3G ED VR lens, DX-format photographers have a compact and lightweight telephoto zoom lens, over 30 percent lighter than the acclaimed AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens, that produces the incredible results users have come to expect from Nikon’s NIKKOR lens lineup.

Is the Nikon 18-300 VR compatible with all Nikon DX DSLRs?

The 18-300 VR features an AF-S motor ( silent-wave (ultrasonic)) and thus is fully compatible with all Nikon DX DSLRs, including the motorless entry-level models. AF action is virtually silent, but not overly fast..

What is the difference between the Nikon 18-300mm VR and 28-300?

The 28-300mm VRlens is much bigger and heavier and only goes to 28mm. Don’t use it on DX; it’s designed for FX, so it’s much bigger and heaver to cover the larger FX format. Forget it for use with DX cameras. Versus the 18-55 and 55-300 Combo This Nikon 18-300mm VR replaces the combination of 18-55mm VR IIand 55-300mm VRlenses in one lens.

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