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What Type of lenses Good for shooting landscape & Good zooming?
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August 10, 2012
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Hi guys…I Apologize for the title…perhaps it sounds a bit weired…To be honest i was really new in this field….Shall i say i’m still “Blind” bout this whole photography thing.(If you get my drift that is)…..I do learn a lot alright lately…but i thinking bout to bought a new lenses for my nikon D3100 but don’t have ant idea what lenses should i go for…I love to take landscape shot as well as in the zooming part….Any Idea’s?

August 10, 2012
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What lenses do you already have and what is the maximum you are willing to spend?

August 13, 2012
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Hi there….I just found this Nikon Nikon 55-200mm VR
AF-S f/4-5.6G ED while i do some window shoping today…does it any good for zooming as well as to shoot landscape photo?

August 13, 2012
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It is a good starter lens in this price range. Very lightweight. VR is a plus. It is only for DX body, but probably if you ever have FX body, you might want a different lens anyway. Auto focus is not that fast in this lens so. Sharpness is good. For landscapes you will be lucking a wide angle range under 55mm, unless you have another lens in wide angle range (like 18-55mm, which often come with camera).

September 19, 2012
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I purchased a Nikon 28-300mm f/3.-5.6 VR Lens after about 3 months researching on the Web. I found a site that a Ken Rothwell runs that describes in detail all Nikon Lenses and others. His advice enabled me to gather more info from youtube and other reputable ares on the Web. I have varying degrees of success and failure with this lense as I am a Newbie at this game and am practicing, practicing and oh yes practicing all the time. LOL maybe oned ay I will get the hang of it, especially with Oksana’s help.

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