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From everything I've read about these two lenses, 1.8D may be all you need on a D600. The G has more distortion, but also rounder blades which give it smoother bokeh. So it may depend on the kind of shooting you do. The biggest upgrade with the G is that it's compatible with D3000 & 5000 series DX cameras, but that won't matter to you with your D600. ...


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Low price, large zoom range, good image quality - pick any two. Or in other words, a superzoom doesn't necessarily have poor image quality, but then you really have to pay for it. I have a Sigma 50-500 which has pretty good image quality, but then it cost around €1400. As you can guess from the Wikipedia article, there isn't any clear cut rule for when a ...


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There's no binary characteristic which says "this lens is a superzoom lens, it has poor image quality". As the zoom range of a lens increases, it's image quality will decrease all other things being equal (which they never are). If you want the highest image quality, stick with primes. If you're prepared to compromise a bit for convenience, buy low zoom ...



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