Help me in choosing Nikon 55-300mm vs 55-200mm.
Nikon offers no fewer than six modern macro lenses designed for close-up photography, and still sells four older models in some regions. These are all known as Micro-Nikkors and of the six modern options, two are specialist PC-E tilt-shift models, leaving four for general macro use: the DX 40mm f2.8G, 60mm f2.8G, DX 85mm f3.5G VR and 105mm f2.8G VR.
The Nikkor DX 18-200mm VR II is an 11.1x super-zoom lens designed for Nikon’s range of DX format DSLRs. Announced in July 2009, it’s the update to one of the most popular lenses for the Nikon system, now equipping it with better protection against zoom creep, where the lens barrel can inadvertently extend or retract under its own weight.Mounted on a DX-format body, the DX 18-200mm VR II.
The Nikkor 70-300mm VR is a great up-market telephoto zoom for Nikon owners. It may cost almost twice the price of the DX 55-200mm VR, but is superior in every respect to this budget lens. The optical and build quality are better, the range longer, the AF slightly quicker and the VR a little more effective.
Nikon 18-200mm AF-S VR DX Lens Review - Introduction. Advances in lens design continue to astound me. This lens, which is designed for DX-format digital SLRs, is a perfect example. Nikon has packed the latest-generation Vibration Reduction, Silent-Wave autofocus, ED glass, and aspheric elements into an 11.1:1 zoom lens of very high optical.
NIKKOR lenses for photographing people and events excel at capturing the intimacy of human emotions in crisp clarity. With great speed and amazing depth, they're ideal for softening backgrounds and making your subject stand out - even in challenging light.
Compare Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f 3.5-6.3G ED VR Lens vs Nikon AF-P DX NIKKOR 70-300mm f 4.5-6.3G ED VR Lens vs Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 55-300mm f 4.5-5.6G ED VR Lens vs Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-200mm f 3.5-5.6G ED VR II Lens.
To compare real-life sharpness at a mid focal length of 55mm, we shot this scene with the Nikkor DX 55-200mm VR, DX 18-105mm VR and DX 18-200mm VR II, using a Nikon D90 body at all apertures. The D90 was set to RAW to avoid in-camera JPEG corrections; all files were processed in Nikon’s Capture NX 2.2.3 with lens corrections disabled and the default sharpness of 3.