• April 27, 2017

The Best lenses for your Nikon DSLR Camera 2017

Building the ideal equipment of lenses in which you will rely on during your adventure as a photographer can be difficult, not just because of the large number of options and alternatives available, but also because of the diverse amount of technical details, numbers and nomenclatures that they present.

For instance, Nikon offers more than 200 alternatives in its own lens range called Nikkor, which are meant to allow you to transform the picture you visualize in your mind into a real one. Each of these lenses is designed for a particular type of photography.

If you do a web search or directly investigate a little on the manufacturer’s website, you will realize how difficult is for an amateur photographer to build an ideal lens equipment.


  • April 9, 2017

Best lens for Nikon D7200

Photography for beginners: DX format lens

Although considered an SLR camera in the top-end flagship class, Nikon D7200 is still an APS-C, using a DX format lens which features both high-quality and affordability, so it is well attuned to family users in the group of new-comers to photography who have no intent to upgrade to Full frame camera.

16-85mm or 18-140mm Kit lens

As a necessary tool for this group of users, Kit lens has a frequently and widely used Zoom range, and one lens of this type, Nikon AF-S DX 16-85mm F3.5-5.6G IF-ED VR, is a DX format lens for daily applications, offering good capability that can even match Nikon “gold ring quality”effect to some extent, and has a very good imaging quality in the Nikon Kit lens family. With an equivalent focal length of 24-127.5mm, it can take large-scene landscape photos in the wide-angle end as well as distant-view pictures in the Telephoto end. (See current price and user reviews on amazon)


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  • July 29, 2016

Nikon introduces ultra-fast Nikkor AF-S 105mm f / 1.4E ED – Electromagnetic Diaphragm

Nikon presents its new AF-S Nikkor 105 mm f/1.4E ED, which will be the brightest 105 mm on the market today. With new optics, the AF-S Nikkor uses an electromagnetic diaphragm that has been advocated for in the world of optics for many years.

Nikkor AF-S 105mm f / 1.4E ED

As we’ve mentioned, those in charge at Nikon have confirmed that the old – but by no means outdated – mechanical operation lever of the diaphragm of the Nikkor lenses, which is reminiscent of the sixties, does not only fail to offer the needed precision for the available means of exposure in the cameras of the 21st century, especially regarding burst shooting in sequence, but in addition, it also takes away the designers’ freedom when deciding on the optical scheme. This is because with this type of lever, the diaphragm must be located as close as possible to the mount to avoid issues with torsion of the lever. It then becomes a limitation when deciding upon the location of the lenses and their diameters.


  • July 1, 2014

New Nikon D810: 36.3 Megapixels and Expeed 4 processor without low pass filter

It was necessary. Nikon has presented today the natural evolution of the actual D800. Under the name of D810, this new reflex arrives with some changes that, even if they are not really revolutionary, they will improve the performance that is offered by the series today. The most evident example is found in the sensor, that continue to be of 36.3 megapixel but which Nikon has given a makeover by eliminating the low pass filter, obtaining even better image definition. Also, the addition of an Expeed 4 processor helps to improve the performance of the ISO (Now it reaches around the ISO 12800) and the speed of image taking, reaching the 5 images per second at maximum resolution or 7 images per second with a DX cut.

Nikon D810

Esthetically, it doesn’t show many changes, It’s screen continues to be of 3.2 inches although it offers better resolution (1.22 Megapixels) the mode dial has changed slightly and its magnesium sealed body continues to have the same appearance that the last model. It’s worth highlighting that the ISO 64 sensibility mode (Extended ISO 32), the 1080 60p/5p video filming (doesn’t quite manage to arrive to the 4K) and its 51 focus points.

The price of this D810 is set at 3.300 USD for the United States.

Nikon D810 Screen

  • May 29, 2014


Nikon just finished announcing the launch of a new tele-zoom for full frame; the AF-S NIKKOR 400 mm. f/2.8E FL ED VR, a zoom oriented towards the professional sector.

The main characteristics of this model are related to trying to offer a better focus thanks to a diaphragm type Iris (from it comes the “E”, f/2. 8E), besides being almost a kilo lighter than the previous 400mm. f/2.8. Let’s remember it includes a stabilizer VR Sport, specifically designed for workings on action scenes.



Fluorite elements fluorites in the construction of the zoom have helped to reduce the weight of the tele zoom; it weighs only 3800 g. (approximately), resulting in a lighter zoom than its predecessor. Among the ergonomic improvements are the bearings that permit a soft change in between the horizontal direction and the vertical, affected on the ring of the tripod.


  • April 19, 2014

AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm VR f/3.5-6.3G ED

Nikon has announced today the AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300 mm VR f/3.5-6.3G ED, a powerful 16.7x zoom with an incredibly compact design.

AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm VR

If you are looking for a lens that can deal with every situation imaginable that is also very compact and light, this is your best option. This new NIKKOR lens offers a range equivalent to the one of the acclaimed AF-S DX VR NIKKOR 18-300 mm f/3.5-5.6G ED in a much more compact body, ideal for photo enthusiasts who want to lighten their load.

This all-in-one lens has a very compact design without sacrificing image quality. ED glass elements and aspherical lenses provide sharp images with high contrast, while the Vibration Reduction System from Nikon guarantees the best possible videos under any circumstance. This lens is ideal for traveler and for taking sports pictures.

Powerful and compact design

The AF-S DX VR NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-6.3G ED combines power and performance with a small size. The 16.7x zoom is equivalent to 27-450 mm and can easily deal with many situations. This superzoom covers every angle, from group shots to natural and urban landscapes.

The lens was created to offer maximum versatility and portability; also, its sophisticated optical and mechanical design doesn’t sacrifice image quality. Nikon engineers were able to design a much more compact than previous and larger models. Being smaller and lighter, this new NIKKOR 18-300mm VR responds to the demand of a lens that is powerful, versatile and affordable.

Soft and stable

Thanks to the Vibration Reduction System from Nikon, this superzoom delivers sharp images without any kind of blur, no matter the circumstances. The Nikon VR technology, designed to provide a more stable shots, lets you shoot at slower shutter speeds without the blur effect that can be caused when the camera shakes. The optical VR system can also stabilize the viewfinder image. In addition, the Silent Wave Motor (SWM) technology offers fast, accurate and quiet AF operation, as well as the possibility of an intuitive manual override.

Excellent optical performance

The optical design of the new NIKKOR 18-300mm VR offers 16 elements distributed in 12 groups, which allows for great results with DSLR cameras. Three ED glass elements and three aspherical lenses are included to effectively manage and get rid of aberrations.

Even lighter zoom

With a weight of only 550 grams, the AF-S DX VR NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-6.3G ED is incredibly light. It has a zoom lock switch that prevents "dragging" (movement caused by its own weight when tilted during transportation). Furthermore, thanks to its small size, it occupies a small space when not in use.

  • March 21, 2014

New Nikkor lenses: 10-30mm and 70-300mm

Along with the new Nikon 1 V3, the Japanese brand has also introduced two new lenses. The first is the Nikkor 1 VR 10-30 mm F/3.5-5.6 PD-ZOOM, a motorized version of the 10-30 mm zoom that Nikon has been using as the trademark lens of the Series 1 since its release. The new lens may replace it from now on. At least we know this will surely happen in the case of V3.

This lens has VR image stabilization, will be available in black or silver and offers a focal length equivalent to 27-81mm when you consider the crop factor of 2.7 increases of the CX sensors. The new motorized zoom will allow you to approach objects smoothly to capture both pictures and movies, or so said Nikon in its official press release. The design of this new lens is much more compact than its predecessor.


It has an automatic cover on the front of which is controlled electronically. That means the lid opens and closes itself. This avoids the risk of losing the cap and, above all, allows us to save time and space, as well as protecting it.