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Performs best at the shorter end of the range, but deteriorates as you zoom
Good performance at 70mm
Poor performance at the 300mm end
In its FX format telephoto zoom lens family, Nikon has come-up with lightweight 4.3x zoom lens, which is designed for SLRs and to deliver high-quality images for portraits and action photography in a reasonable price range.
I bought this len in 2013, still use it with my D80...taken excellent boxing photos indoors and outdoor especially during day light, very clear. It has no VR and autofocus does work with D80 so that a plus. I just bought the D7200 with two lens deal but I am also keeping this len for back up.
Meets all expectations, am very pleased with product. As a suggestion, a shoulder harness for the camera with the lense would have been helpful, or a carrying bag for the lense.
This lens might only be a f/4-5.6 but still produces great bokeh. I run a D610 so AF works for me and works really well. I have test shot things moving in the wind at 6fps and when it does make the shot its in focus.
a decent performer in IQ department. Use it properly, and it will deliver sharp results. It has a sweet spot somewhere between f/8-f/11, therefore you'll be needing.. a lot of light. I think the lens is best suited to be used outdoors, in broad daylight. You get what you pay for.
slow AF, build quality, unusable in lowlights
I have taken some great pics since I hot this love it
It doesn't work with Nikon D3300
The autofocus is not that great
Worked well. Autofocus was a bit twitchy on the D300. Definitely take some time to fine-tune your autofocus or simply use manual focus. Chromatic aberration was present when attempting to record outdoor video on a D3100 under direct sunlight.
RECOMMEND TO ANY AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER.
Nice lens; No inbuilt autofocus motor