What is the use of Nikon 18-55mm lens?

Optimized for Nikon DX-format D-SLRs, the ultra-compact and lightweight AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G ED II covers the most frequently used focal length range of 18–55mm. This makes it a great choice for a wide variety of shooting situations, from portraits to landscapes to HD video recording.

What is the best way to use 18-55mm lens?

Here’s how.

  1. Maximize the focal length to 55mm.
  2. Get close to the object that you want to shoot. You will notice that the autofocus will fail at this close a distance.
  3. Switch to manual focus mode on your lens.
  4. Adjust the focus using the focus ring until you see the light indicating focus in the viewfinder.

How good is Nikon 18-55mm lens?

As noted above, the Nikkor 18-55mm is an excellent lens for the market it was designed for, namely entry-level dSLR users. While it suffers from soft corners at wide angle and maximum aperture, closing down one or two f-stops makes a world of difference: At f/8 – f/11, it’s actually a very sharp lens.

What kind of lens is the Nikon 16-85mm?

(From Nikon lens literature) Nikon, Inc. has announced the new AF-S DX NIKKOR 16-85mm ƒ/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens, which offers Nikon digital SLR photographers exceptional wide-angle capability along with superb telephoto versatility.

When did the Nikon DX 16-85 VR come out?

One of these is Nikon’s AF-S DX 16-85 VR. Ever since its introduction in 2008 it has been a very popular and highly regarded lens. In fact, many consider it to be one of the benchmark lenses in this segment.

Which is better 16-85mm or 17-55mm VR?

For a normal walkaround lens, the 16-85mm VR is more desirable than the 17-55mm where neither portraits with nice bokeh or moving subjects in extreme low light are deal breakers. But I do have the 50mm 1.8G as a remedy. The 16-85mm VR complements the Nikon D7000 very, very well with its size, weight, versatility and performance.

When was 16-85mm ƒ / 3.5.6 VR released?

Released in March 2008, the 16-85mm ƒ/3.5-5.6 can be considered the ”designed-for-digital” spiritual successor to the popular 24-120mm ƒ/3.5-5.6 VR.

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