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|Material||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Type of Closure||Dual buckles|
|Exterior Dimensions||DVD: 5.5 x 0.5 x 7.25" (13.97 x 1.27 x 18.42 cm)
Case: 12 x 6.5 x 8.5" (30.48 x 16.51 x 21.59 cm)
|Interior Dimensions||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Carrying/Transport Options||Padded carry handle
Adjustable shoulder strap
|Weight||Case: 8.0 oz (272 g)
DVD: 1.5 lb (380 g)
Despite its lightweight construction this lens does not have a ‘cheap’ feel to it and the overall performance, although not stunning, is certainly not in the milk-bottle category. The autofocus performed satisfactorily and the manual mode proved usable.
Smallest and lightest in class, Good performance in centre., Usable manual focus ring, Good value for money
Pincushion distortion at the long end., Edge performance not as good as the centre.
Here's a deal: An upgrade of Nikon's original digital-only tele kit zoom, this new 55-200mm f/4-5.6 ($250, street) adds Vibration Reduction and a number of optical improvements for only $70 more. A 3.6X 82-300mm equivalent zoom, it's not expected to be bundled in Nikon DSLR kits any time soon.
Purchasers of Nikon DSLR cameras that come with 18-55mm or 18-70mm lenses will probably want a long zoom to extend their shooting capabilities. The recently-released AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 55-200mm f4-5.6G ED has been designed specifically to meet this need.
For just under $200.00 [or half that for a refurb] you can NOT beat this lens. The color and clarity are an amazing upgrade from the 18-55mm kit lens. Even though the kit lens is not that shabby.Even at close range this lens performs exceptionally well, with great detail & Bokeh.
Ordered after sundown on Saturday and had it in my hands Thursday AM. Camera easy to use and takes great photos both still and video. Would definitely use them again for all my camera needs.
It is not a bad lens but one should take some distance with the laudatory comments we generally found about this lens. My experience was not mind-blowing. I sure had some expectations when I bought it, but quickly realized a major flaw with this lens : it is actually too light for a zoom lens.
Love the ease in my purchase and got it fast!
Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight
Great addition to my Military photography kit, should give me some great shots of my infantry squad mates in action and when we go hang out.
Zoom is great, 200mm is good enough for most things that I photograph. Even though it's refurbed, mine came perfect. Don't really know what else to say, it does what it's suppose to while giving me great images... I'm happy.
Going from 50-75 is a little loose, but after that it feels like it's the right tightness. By tight I mean how easy/hard it is to turn the zoom.
one of the best kit lenses i've seen, great quality, good construction, especially for the price. don't bother trying to manual focus it, the ring is tiny and hard to use, i did find the autofocus a bit slow but thats expected on a non USM lens but all up a great lens, good price and a great way to...
Awesome quality for price, sturdy construction
focus ring is near impossible to use, autofocus a little slow
Perfect size case, and wonderful educational video. It helped me improve quality of photos in just one viewing.
Love the bag--fits my Nikon d3400 plus three lenses, cleaning equipment, lens hoods, and battery charger perfectly.
Great Lens and takes good pictures
Love the bag that came with my camera