5 out of 10 points and recommendedIs sufficiently sharp, comfortable, relatively lightweight.I think this is not a macro lens.
This is a good lens for that price. Is sufficiently sharp, comfortable, relatively lightweight. Slightly slower and more noisy mechanics, but it is cheap. His biggest problem is that this is NOT A Macro lens. I shoot with a Nikon D80 and I have 18-135 lens, both are equally macro - ie they are not.reviewed December 9th, 2010 (purchased for $139)
10 out of 10 points and recommendedSharp, small, light, great bokeh - perfectplastic
This is the best lens that you can boil brand new for only $ 120. 50/1,8D is the best normal lens. When I decided to buy such a lens for my Nikon D80 tried all possible versions. And I chose 50/1,8D as not inferior in quality to any of the more expensive competitors. Sharp, small, light, great bokeh, and most importantly so cheap. The rest of my money to buy flashreviewed December 10th, 2010 (purchased for $120)
8 out of 10 points and recommendedVery sharp, great zoom range, fast and silent.plastic bayonet, without stabilization
I received my 18/135 bundled with my camera. Very sharp, great zoom range, minimal distortion, fast and silent. Really nice travel lens. Its shortcomings are: plastic bayonet without stabilization and unfortunately even minor distortions are observed throughout the zoom range.reviewed December 10th, 2010 (purchased for $215)