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Nikon Camera Lens

Posted on December 26, 2007
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Nikon camera lens

So many people rely on Nikon for their pictures because it has been a professional photographer’s personal choice. It’s either that or the other big-name brand.

However, Nikon has been a constant player in the photography field, racking in a big share of the market. Because of this, Nikon it can be said that Nikon is more than just par with the rest of the lot when it comes to the quality of glass that is used in their lenses.

Nikon manufactures so many lenses because of the different needs and budgets of different photographers. Since there are a lot of different lenses, only a few limited recommendations are in order.

One of these is that if you are a film user, you may not want to immediately have a 35mm Nikon. If you would like to shoot with today’s technology and standards, you might want to go digital or shoot in a much larger format other than 35mm. If you are one of the people who shoot for newspapers, then you should go this route.

You must simply try getting a medium zoom lens which you can use all the time instead of switching from one particular lens to another. Or if you have a lot of money to spare, you would most probably want a setup which allows you to have two camera bodies with an wide-angle lens attached to one body and another telephoto-zoom lens attached to the other.

This is, by far, the best conceivable setup that you would need since you will most probably not need the medium zoom for the gaps in between the focal length range. You will either shoot something with the wide lens or the tele. This allows your shots to become much more varied than the normal point-and-shoot photographer who does not know anything at all about photography.

If you are a beginner in photography, it would be best if you simply get a medium zoom lens which would be your personal workhorse until you realize that you will need something else for that field of photography that you want to get into.

You could simply compensate for the range by choosing a medium zoom lens with a big aperture such as f/2.8. You could just save up for this type of lens as it is more expensive and even though you lack the range, you’ll still have excellent pictures.

 
 

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