Nikon 55-200mm

The Nikon 55-200mm lens is has a great range and is very light weight compared to other lenses.

I took this lens out on a sunny day and was quite pleased with how the results were. First I tested the ranges up close to an object to see if it had any problems focusing but both images were clear. This lens would be good for most types of photography, including macro, portraits, street etc. The only problem that I had with the lens was when photographing a landscape type image, it took a while to get a focus point. But overall a good lens and would recommend this.

Nikon D3

The Nikon D3 is a very easy camera to use and has a full frame sensor and 12.1 MP which is quite good.

I took this camera out with the 55-200mm lens on a sunny day and the images turned out really clear; there was no sun gazes in them. I don’t normally use Nikon but I found this easy to use. The grips are good so it is easy to hold photographing portraits or landscapes. I would say that the best mode on this camera is Auto as on some cameras when it is on auto, the lighting is quite dark, but on the D3 they are bright and clear. The only thing I would say is that when on manual mode, it is quite hard to change the settings quickly, but this could be because I am not used to Nikon cameras.

Nikon Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8

The Nikon Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8 Lens is a fast aperture standard zoom lens designed for general photography.

I tried this lens on a cloudy day and the results were still really good. The lens is very fast focusing and easy to useso would be good most types of photography, especially photojournalism. Theonly thing I would say was a negative is that it is not so fast focusing whenup close. I would recommend this lens.