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What other lens would go with what I already have?

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I just bought the D7200 and I have 18-55mm lens that came with the camera, and I purchased a Sigma 17-50mm and a Nikkor 55-300. I have the urge to add at least ONE MORE to my set, so what would be best?

Keep in mind that I have yet to win the lottery so any recommendations  that wouldn't break the bank would be greatly appreciated. Thank t'all in advance.  :)




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A used 10-24 or a used 150-600 will give opportunities you don't have with your current gear.


Either the 35/1.8 DX or the 50/1.8 will give you better low-light capabilities. To check which focal length suits you better, put a bit of tape on your normal zoom, lock it at one of the focal lengths and go out to shoot.



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what type of photography do you want to do. i am also with merco_61 in lenses choice you also have 70-200mm for short range reach come pared to 150-600 for long range. we need more info on what you want to shoot. also 35mm and 50mm make great low budget portraits lenses too. and 35mm make great landscape lens also.