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willif Registered since 22nd Oct 2010Sat 27-Nov-10 05:53 PM
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"new D7000 and old VR 18-200"
Sat 27-Nov-10 07:51 PM by willif

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Hallo,

today I tried my "oldest" lense VR 18-200 with my newest body D7000.

I and came out quit nice!

http://images.nikonians.org/galleries/showphoto.php/photo/286915


Willi

  

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TakeTwo Silver Member
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28th Nov 2010
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28th Nov 2010
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jmiguez Silver Member
28th Nov 2010
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28th Nov 2010
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Kale49 Silver Member
28th Nov 2010
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TakeTwo Silver Member Nikonian since 26th Jul 2009Sat 27-Nov-10 09:10 PM
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#1. "RE: new D7000 and old VR 18-200"
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South Lake Tahoe, US
          

Good looking cat, and a nice capture. I sure like my d7k.

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intrepidnz Registered since 18th Nov 2004Sun 28-Nov-10 01:41 AM
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NZ
          

Is that the first 18-200?

Nothing wrong with that lens! Tis quite okay!

Nice pic, which shows what the 18-200 can do!!

Good job!

And do you like the D7000?

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OpticalSerenity Registered since 23rd Oct 2006Sun 28-Nov-10 06:08 AM
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Atlanta, US
          

I have the first 18-200 as well in my battery of glass for my D7000, and still love it. Only thing I really wish I had was the lock. My lens has smacked a few people accidentally. haha

  

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jmiguez Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Oct 2010Sun 28-Nov-10 12:05 PM
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Lafayette, US
          

I am patiently awaiting for my 18-200 to return from being repaired by Nikon. I have been having to use the 18-105mm. I do miss the longer range.

On the bright side, I have been using my 12-24mm more. I am enjoying getting close and personal to my subjects. You can get a different perspective with that lens.

John

My Pictures may be seen here: http://jmiguez.smugmug.com/

  

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RRRoger Silver Member Fellow Ribbon awarded for his long history of demonstrated excellence and helping other members with equipment, technique and DSLR video in the true Nikonians spirit. Charter MemberSun 28-Nov-10 02:10 PM
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Monterey Bay, US
          

When I sold my D90 and replaced it with a 5D2, I thought I would never buy another DX lens.
Now that I replaced that with the D7000 that I like better, I have acquired an AF-S Nikkor 35 f/1.8 and ordered an 18-200.
You cannot beat that range and size for walk arounds and hikes.

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Kale49 Silver Member Nikonian since 28th Oct 2005Sun 28-Nov-10 07:33 PM
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Mon 29-Nov-10 03:44 PM by Kale49

Espoo, FI
          

Hi,

Here is an example taken with my D7000 + Nikon 18-200 VRI.

- The Greek-Catholic Church: 24 mm; f/3,8; 1/10 s and ISO 800 (hand held at 8 pm)

Kale S
Espoo, Finland




Attachment #1, (jpg file)

  

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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Sun 28-Nov-10 07:45 PM
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>- The Greek-Catholic Church: 24 mm; f/3,8; 1/10 s and ISO 800
>(hand held at 8 pm)


WOW! Steady Hands! Fine capture too.

www.billkeane.zenfolio.com

  

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intrepidnz Registered since 18th Nov 2004Sun 28-Nov-10 07:49 PM
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NZ
          

Lovely range of colours and tones in the church!

And a nice, fun picture of your little girl!

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jmiguez Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Oct 2010Mon 29-Nov-10 02:28 AM
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Lafayette, US
          

Oh, I can see one grandpa wrapped around her cute little finger. What a doll she is.


John

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