Nikon D3400 best zoom lenses review

More commonly consumer-oriented zoom lenses feature what’s known as a “variable maximum aperture,” meaning that the maximum amount of light the lens can transmit reduces as you zoom in. This helps keep the size, weight and cost of a zoom realistic for use on smaller DSLRs such as the D3400,…

Nikon D5600 sensor review: Solid performer

Specifications and features As the sixth-generation model in the series, the D5600 shares a lot in common with its predecessor, the D5500. It features the same or similar DX-format 24-MP (APS-C) CMOS sensor without AA filter and Expeed 4 processor that delivers 14-bit compressed NEFs at up to 4fps (5fps at…

Sigma 12-24mm f/4 DG HSM A (Nikon) lens review

The 12-24mm ultra-wide to standard-wide focal length, and promise of excellent performance with edge-to-edge sharpness, make the Sigma 12-24mm f/4 A an attractive option for high-resolution Nikon D750 and D800 shooters looking for an affordable wide-angle zoom for landscape, architectural, or interiors photography. Other features include Sigma’s HSM autofocus motor with…

Best DX zoom lenses on the Nikon D500

There are also weight, size, and cost advantages to a DX zoom, compared to their larger full-frame counterparts, as the DX lens only needs to produce an image circle big enough to cover the smaller APS-C sensor. FX-format zooms remain compatible with the D500, however, and for a full roundup…

Nikon D3400 best prime lenses review

These lenses include some of the best-performing and sharpest optics you can attach to the D3400, and to help you digest the scores, we’ve categorized the verified results into six groups: wide-angle up to 20mm, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm, 105mm, and super telephoto primes. We’ll give you a table of the…