Nikkor 18-200mm VR zoom lens review

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  1. Thanks, this really helps. Feels this is the best review I have watched,as this addresses cons and pros, than all other reviews in the net.. 😀 Thanks again…!!!!
    Could you please do a review on Nikkor 18-300mm or comparision of 18-200mm/18-300 mm please!!

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  2. Jaydev2001 – My Self Abhishek.Delhi INDIA. Friend if you are Planning to Buy Nikon D 7000 with 18-200mm Lense , would like to say this will be your Life Time Purchase about Cameras as i also Bought The same Camera and Lense Last year in Dec 2011 with the advice of Mr. Gordan. Now i am Happy to Have This Camera its Awesome. I Bought the Camera Body for 57000/-Rs and 36000/-Rs for Lense But in sep 2012 Lense will cost you 56000/-Rs. 18-55 will not Suitable according to Camera quality. Thanks.

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  3. Hi Gordon,
    I am planning to buy Nikon d7000 and this lens 18-200mm . Would you recommend for nikon 18-55mm and 55-200mm instead of expensive n ikon 18-200mm lens? Thanks and regards, Jaydev

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  4. But how do you pronounce limit. it's not ligh-mit is is. In British English to get the igh sound, you have to spell it that way.

    And please don't teach Englishmen how to speak their own language!

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  5. I really enjoy watching these videos, Gordon is the best on the internet at making serious, professional reviews… greetings to Gordon and all his audience from a mexican living in Canada!

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  6. @jimphotocock What a idiot. Its pronounced as, "Knee-kon". Get that right you damn shit. I don't care how you pronounce it in your country. Ignorant kid.

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  7. @jibiuro Thanks, I appreciate your comment. I have nothing against people pronouncing things different ways – after all, Brits and Americans say things like Tomato differently – but the thing which gets me is when people say I am (or someone else is) wrong. Not wrong, just different.

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  8. @cameralabs I cannot believe that you have actually replied this troll's comment. I appreciate it, though. I live in the states and am the only one among my friends who pronounces it "knee-kon". Not just because it sounds cooler and Japanese, it is the correct way. It is moot that an American guy tries to give pronunciation lessons to a British guy online.
    Thank you so very much for your reviews, Gordon! They are extremely helpful.

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