Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 173
Rated 5 out of 5 by binudebbas Excellent prodct
Great in Value and quality. Sharp images, excellent colour reproduction, quick in focus and blurr-free photos.
As a new user I am really happy with performance of lens as well as camera (D7100)
July 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by The Love Doctor Strange Great Carry Around Lens
Really the title says it all. I have used this lens with the D90 since I got it with the kit. I think this lens has better color reproduction and response then all the other kit lenses provided with the other cameras further down the Nikon Hierarchy. My D90 is the first SLR camera of any type I have owned and I love it. Since I got the original kit I have purchased several Nikon lenses (professional and consumer) but the original 18-105mm ended up the tool of choice most of the time. Its just that versatile. My only complaint, in very low light without the flash and a tripod, there are clearly much better performers within nikon's line up.
March 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by MagarVu Versatile of them all
Great lens for over all use in daily basis. Its excellent enough for my family memory keeping.
February 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by NaveenD90_18105 Great entry level zoom lens
I have been using this lens with my D90. I am a big fan of it.
Its a great lens which can take sharp images. I always use manual camera in 100% manual mode, but gave a try to auto focus also and it does its job good, with very minimum of noise. Zoom and focus rings are very convenient to use. Body feels to be very solid and nice to hold. On full zoom body extends to a reasonable length. Not a great lens to take portraits, need to have good distance between the subject and background. VR feature is great to have especially beyond 70-80 mm.
November 27, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by PhotoBug Great everywhere lens.
I got D90 that came with this lens. I later bought a Tamron 18-300mm lens. But this lens always produces much better images, even though it doesn't zoom as far. I finally packed and Tamron lens away and sold it. Go with Nikon!
May 14, 2012