Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED Vibration Reduction Zoom Lens with Auto Focus for Nikon DSLR Cameras

March 24, 2016 - Comment

Nikon’s most powerful all-in-one zoom lens ever. If you want a single lens that can cover every imaginable shooting situation, from wide-angle group shots all the way to ultra-high-power zoom shots, look no further than the new AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 18–300mm. Boasting the longest reach of any NIKKOR all-in-one zoom lens, it delivers the equivalent

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Nikon’s most powerful all-in-one zoom lens ever. If you want a single lens that can cover every imaginable shooting situation, from wide-angle group shots all the way to ultra-high-power zoom shots, look no further than the new AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 18–300mm. Boasting the longest reach of any NIKKOR all-in-one zoom lens, it delivers the equivalent of 450mm of super-telephoto power— enough reach to bring the most distant action up close. Nikon’s second generation Vibration Reduction (VR II) image stabilization ensures every photo and HD video is razor-sharp, and Nikon’s advanced lens technologies deliver consistent, exceptional performance in any setting. It’s even great for close-up shooting (as close as 1.48 ft from your subject at 300mm). Even more amazing, the AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 18-300mm does all this in a surprisingly compact, lightweight lens.

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Tom H. says:

The Best All-in-One Lens – Replaces my 18-200 and 70-300 ** Updated July 1 ** 

Shane O. Laake says:

Versatility Nirvana Wow, I didn’t know this was possible. I loved my , but I wished I could focus closer and go wider. I loved my , but often wished it had more reach. After selling both to have an affair with the…

Amazon Customer says:

Shockingly good! I just picked up a copy of this lens at San Jose Camera this afternoon (sorry Amazon, I would have bought it from you if I wasn’t leaving for a trip this weekend). Given the super-duper zoom category this lens belongs to, I really was expecting sacrifices all over the place – IQ, focus, etc… I figured I needed a lens for those occasions where making a lesser quality shot was more important than losing the shot because I was changing lenses. 

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