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Nikon Lenses

At Cameras Direct we believe that the best lens for a Nikon DSLR is a Nikon Lens. At least this holds true most of the time. What we don't know about the newer Sigma lenses for Nikon for instance, is how long they will perform for you. Will they still be working in 10 years for example? It is worth remembering that Nikon is unlikely too give to Sigma their technology for analysis any time soon or into the future. This means that a Sigma lens on a Nikon camera body may well work today but what will happen when you buy a new Nikon DSLR body in the future ... will the Sigma lens communicate properly?

With this in mind let's please work on the premise that Nikon Lenses on a Nikon DSLR camera is the best choice.

As a beginner you will probably be trying to keep the cost down for your initial purchase. You may pick one of the entry level DSLR bodies such as the D3400 ( in 2016) and combine it with say a Twin Lens Kit such as Nikons 18-55mm and 55-300mm (or 55-250mm) lens kit. You might also pick a single lens such as the Nikon 18-140mm or 18-200mm to get you started.

What is good about this? Well for one, you are out and about taking photos. The photo you miss with your Nikon camera is the photo you will never get. In time you will learn what type of photography takes your interest more than another type.
For instance, you might find portraits of family and friends is your favourite. Or you might decide that you prefer sports photography or action shots. Or Macro / close up photography and son on.

The good part about this is simple. Once you KNOW what you love to photograph then you can buy a Nikon lens for that particular interest. If you are into portraits then you can buy a Nikon portrait lens. If you are into sport / action then there are Nikon lenses for that style of photography. If you are going to get into Macro photography then get ready to buy a Nikon macro lens for your particular camera.

This is a really good way to progress into your chosen style of photography. You start with a lower entry cost and whilst having fun snapping away with your Nikon kit lens / lenses you find your way to your real passion. Buying Nikon lenses for your specific passion will then open up a whole new world to you.

The professional Nikon photographer demands (and needs) seriously good optics from their Nikon Lenses. The Pro is likely to have Nikon Lenses with at least an aperture of f/2.8 or wider. The clarity and sharpness of a pro Nikon lens is something to behold. Photographers moving from entry level Nikon lenses such as the 18-140mm lens or say the mid grade Nikon lens, the Nikon 18-300mm lens will be amazed at the difference. That is NOT to say that other lenses are poor quality but it is a massive tick for the exacting quality of the Nikon A Grade lenses that the professionals use.

All of our Nikon Lens Reviews, explanations, how too's and hints and tips are in the following playlist.

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