eesteck said:Hi, thanks for all the suggestions. I also heard that the D70 kit lens is quite good quality. But personally like telephoto & don't like the idea having to keep changing lens.
Hi, thanks for all the suggestions. I also heard that the D70 kit lens is quite good quality. But personally like telephoto & don't like the idea having to keep changing lens.
I do not have a kit lens now. So deciding whether to buy a kit lens or add a little more to buy a 18-200mm for wider usage. Lets put aside telephoto, if I use a 18-200mm lens to shoot picture within the 105mm range, do I get save result as using the D70 kit lens?
You mean you are selling, don't mine consider used lens if price is good!:nono: :nono:Benign said:If it is just the image you want for tele....go for the 70-300mm G. It is cheap and image wise ok..if you not shooting it in dim light.
I have got both....they are alright if you are not fussy
You mean you are selling, don't mine consider used lens if price is good!
Benign said:Siao meh...I am currently in Melbourne, Aust. If sell, I fetch betta price here than Sg.
Anyway, I think the price for new one is about Sgd$160 lor. I paid only Sgd$130 for a used one in KL two years back. I am happy with the image quality of the lens.
I encountered that. Now I'm mostly (90%) using the 18-200VR.sgfriend said:To be frank, Sigma 18-200mm give you a wider range as a walk around lens. If you go tour and take mostly landscape and street shots (18-70mm is enough), then suddenly you saw this colourful bird up on a tree far away and you want it's picture. How? You need 18-200mm lor.