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Taron Lenses, meeting expectations , every time.....

Advantages: Initial Cost is far less then the original Canon and Nikon lenses
Disadvantages: The only negative point I see is the requirement of UV protection film on the lens for protection.

I have been using Tamron lens and have particularly a very good experience, the prices too are very commutative and obviously the picture quality is on par with the original , the price difference between the genuine Canon and Nikkon lenses to Tamron len ...

samiwaju 27.06.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Tamron SP AF10-24mm F/3.5-4.5 Di II

Probably the best quality lens you can get for this sort of money

Advantages: Lightweight, relatively cheap
Disadvantages: No nano-coating like on the (way) more expensive primes in Nikon's range

Brilliant piece of kit for any photographer looking for high-quality shots on a relatively low-budget. Photos are sharp, with very shallow depth of field available to you if you need it. Definitely the lens to buy if you want to upgrade your kit lens, ...

walliswizard 08.11.2010 · Read full review
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Review of Nikon AF-S Nikkor 50mm f/1.4G

Nikon 16-85mm lens - does it deliver?

Advantages: Colors, bokeh, controlled chromatic aberration....and sharpness
Disadvantages: Price

Nikon 16-85mm lens is the digital answer to Nikon's highly popular 24-120mm lens in the film era. This lens has a great range, pretty accurate focussing and reasonable to excellent sharpness throughout its aperture range. My experience is based entirely ...

Sugato1971 05.04.2009 · Read full review
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Review of Nikon 16-85mm f3.5-5.6G VR ED AF-S DX Lens

Excellent lens to have in your collection

Advantages: Cheap, solid, light, amazing picture quality, great detail, low light ability.
Disadvantages: No lens motor

...Nikkor F1.8 50mm is a cheap fixed focal length lens ideal for portraits and low light conditions for Nikon AF DSLR camera bodies. It has no focusing motor of its own and as such it won't work in a Nikon D40, D60, D3000 series, but works like on charm ...

furblesnick 21.11.2013 · Read full review
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Review of Nikon Nikkor lens - 50 mm F/1.8

Possibly the best lense for your camera????

Advantages: Size,weight, fast max f stop, nikon quality
Disadvantages: non

I have a 70mm to 300mm Sigma zoom and a 28mm to 80mm sigma zoom and this small standard 50mm lens. The lens costs about £90 new or around the £50 on E Bay. For everyday photography, I don't think it can be beaten. The two main advantages are its ...

boooon 30.03.2004 · Read full review
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Review of Nikon Nikkor lens - 50 mm F/1.8