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Overlapping Lenses


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Johnny'sN80

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In my camera bag I have a Promaster AF19-35mm lens but I also have a Nikon AF-S 18-140 lens.  My question is with the Nikon lens' abilities, do I need the carry the Promaster?

 

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I don't own either of these lenses, but my gut feeling is to leave the Promaster at home.

 

Unless it's a total dud, the Nikon lens should be more than sufficient, and the quality should also be much better. 

 

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Keep the Nikkor. It covers 28-210 (in a full frame 35mm equivalent), uses ED/ Super ED glass, 1 aspherical element to control distortion, has vibration reduction, internal focus, and is a very fine lens. The Promaster is a budget lens w/ a restricted range w/ nothing special about it. 

 

AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR | DX Format Zoom Lens from Nikon