Nikon D5200 – Nikon, Sigma, Tamron Lens abbreviations for nikon DSLR cameras – youtube

by Staff January 15, 2017 at 12:04 pm

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  1. I'm new to photography and have a Nikon D5200 with 18-55mm lens with which I'm not at all satisfied with it.
    I want to now which is the best lens That I should purchase for my D-SLR and Also that My Budget is Around $100

  2. i m a beginner in dslr.i want to take photos which must ve best bluer effect.also depth of image with right picture quality.can u plz suggest which is the best lens..under budget..i ve 18-55 lens.but i m not satisfied with it

  3. I think you have given a wrong information, the DX lens will still be cropped on the Crop Frame DSLRs. I have tried taking the same photo with the 18-55 mm DX @ 50 mm lens and my 50 mm 1.4 FX Lens and both showed the same frame. The crop is happening on the sensor and has nothing to do with the lens, using ASP-C cameras will definitely make you apply the crop factor (1.5x in Nikons)

  4. Hello Im going to be buying the d5200 for the purpose of shooting my first cookbook.
    I am new to all of this and I'm left wondering about the "proper" lens.
    Of course the camera will be used for personal reasons, but in Pro terms advice would be great. Just need a little help. Sigmas are nice. Nikons too….
    Please help!!

  5. I am a new comer to the DSLR world. I am going to buy a D5200. I truly don't have any knowledge regarding type of lenses and its requirements. main purpose of my DSLR would be to shoot short films, would request you to please suggest me the best lenses i should buy to begin with DSLR experience (under the budget).

  6. this doesnt go into price details, but generally speaking the Nikons are more expensive, the sigmas are in the middle and the tamrons are the cheapest. Nikon make excellent lenses, Sigma make very very good lenses, Tamrons are ok.

  7. I believe you have mis-stated the effect on focal length between FX and DX. Nikon maintain the focal length designation regardless of the intended camera body. ie a 35mm is still a 35mm but on a DX body there is a 1.5 reduction in field of view. You will notice Nikon have released a series of DX lenses with shorter focal lengths that roughly translate into the most used focal lengths of a full frame body. For example the 17-55 DX would give equivalent FOV's as the 24-70 on a full frame body

  8. Hi ,
    Thanks for viewing the site, There are a few good lenses in your price range, the nikon 55-300 is just a bit more expensive not much but is a great lens with VR built in as well a solid performer, Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 DG OS (Optical Stabilizer) Telephoto Zoom Lens for Nikon AF D Cameras good solid construction. If you have a look at our website there are loads of great offers for these and similar lenses. d5200 dot org

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