6 Best Nikon DSLR Lenses to Buy in 2018

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Here are the 6 Best Nikon DSLR Lenses to buy in 2018. Whether you shoot landscape, sports, action photography or street, there are dozens of choices that offer far more control than the standard kit lens.

Grabbing the perfect photo is never easy, but, luckily, a smart choice of lens can make your images better quality. We looked at all lenses from Nikon and other companies and selected the best choices based on good priceusefulness and high image quality.

Here is a compilation of 6 best Nikon DSLR lenses to buy in 2018. This list will help you find one that’s sure to up your photography game.

Guide : 6 Best Nikon DSLR Lenses to Buy in 2018

6 Best Nikon DSLR Lenses to Buy in 2018

Best Zoom: Tamron AF 70-300mm F/4.0-5.6

With best-in-class optical performance, the Tamron AF 70-300mm F/4.0-5.6 lens is an exceptional choice for Nikon DSLR owners who want a great combination of zoom and value. It is designed for use on both full-frame and APS-C-sized cameras with an effective zoom range of 105-450mm. Zoom on the Tamron lens performs best between 180mm and 300mm, which is marked on the lens by a gold stripe for quick positioning. A switch on the body of lens easily switches to Macro mode, allowing close-range focus on a subject with a sweet spot of about three feet of distance.

Best Zoom: Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED Vibration Reduction

Impressive telephoto zoom range and a reasonable price help make the Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED Vibration Reduction zoom lens a great choice for nature and sports photography. If you got $400 to spend on a telephoto zoom lens, this is your best option! There’s also Vibration Reduction to help you stabilize images in situations where it’s hard to be steady. The 55-300mm shines is the price-to-performance ratio, so you can expect great photography taking pictures on a safari or in your own backyard.

Best Budget: Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G

It’s no surprise that the cheapest lens would be the most popular!  Designed to be both compact and lightweight, the budget-friendly price tag of the Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G lens doesn’t mean budget photographic results.

Mounted on an DX camera, the 35mm actually has the same field of view as a 50mm lens on a Full Frame camera, making it the perfect option for all around shooting. It’s razor sharp and delivers high quality images! The f/1.8G aperture adds complete depth-of-field control for isolating subjects, which allows for excellent portrait results, as well as outstanding low-light performance. Nikkor’s silent wave motor helps the auto-focus operate with barely any audible detection. Meanwhile, Macro mode enables the lens to get as close as one foot to a subject without any blurring.

Best Wide-Angle: Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5

Sometimes, it’s best to go with a third-party brand. They’re cheaper, and hopefully as equally as good as Nikon lenses. The 10-20mm is a great alternative to the Nikon 10-24mm. The Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5 is an ideal choice for photographers looking for a wide-angle solution for a Nikon DSLR. Constructed out of a mix of metal and plastic, the Sigma is great for low-light photography. Photographers can also shoot landscape photography, building interiors, weddings, group shots or even architecture. The focusing system itself is whisper quiet, performs superbly for the price and is a great addition to a real estate agent’s staple of goods.

Best Portrait: Nikon AF-S FX Nikkor 50mm f/1.8G

Nikon AF-S FX Nikkor 50mm f/1.8G lens offers a combination of both value and results, making it a must-own for portrait photography. It has a minimum distance of 1.48 feet. The fast maximum aperture combined with fast shutter speeds helps eliminate blurring from action photography. And despite being more budget-friendly, the 50mm doesn’t skimp on build quality (the weather-sealed lens mount prevents any access for moisture or dust).

For the money, the 50mm offers notably sharp photography throughout the entire frame of a picture. Colors are nicely balanced, with skin tones coming out true to form and the bokeh mode offering great depth of field control.

Best Macro: Nikon AF-S DX Micro Nikkor 85mm f/3.5G


The compact AFS DX Micro NIKKOR 85mm f/3.5G ED VR is ideal for extreme close-up and general photography. Nikon VR (Vibration Reduction) image stabilization provides 3.0 stops of blur free handheld shooting, assuring dramatically sharper still images and HD video capture. The 1:1 magnification allows objects to be projected life-sized onto the lens’s image sensor at a distance of just 11.2 inches. The inclusion of an optical stabilization system goes a long way at helping steady handheld macro shots. The lens can double as a short telephoto prime lens if you need to switch gears and work with non-macro subjects.

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