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Nikon 20067 10-20mm f/4.5-5.6 G AF-P VR Lens $258.87

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Thanks OP, haven't bought a new lens for 5 years. Got a D7500 so it will work, my D5100 is SOL but I generally use that one with a telephoto.

Too bad it's a cheap plastic mount, but for wide angle I have not seen one at this price. I shoot landscapes and gardens, always want to go wider but not fisheye.
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in general, i think the average person uses 10-20mm (wide angle) about 10% or less of the time.
it may be only $260...but most of the time it just sits there in your bag.
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thelefteyeguy wrote: in general, i think the average person uses 10-20mm (wide angle) about 10% or less of the time.
it may be only $260...but most of the time it just sits there in your bag.
that was my main concern...i rarely take landscape photos.... but i j/ happened to have the oppoturnity to go to Banff/Lake Louise very shortly.
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I really like a 20mm on FF for landscapes. I have this for my D7200.
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shortye wrote: Price is excellent but it won't work with my D90. I'll stick to my 12-24 mm.
Why consider downgrading? The 10-20 is 4.5-5.6G, not a set 4G like the 12-24. The 12-24 has been my go-to lens for the past 10 years, mostly shooting landscapes in the mountains
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yellowmp5 wrote: that was my main concern...i rarely take landscape photos.... but i j/ happened to have the oppoturnity to go to Banff/Lake Louise very shortly.
Landscapes can be taken with any focal length. It really depends on what and how you like to shoot. I love ultrawide for my landscapes and I mostly shoot landscapes so it's on my body more than 50%.
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breadcrumb wrote: Its $271.81 final

Order Summary
Items: $258.87
Shipping & Handling: $0.00
Total before tax: $258.87
Estimated GST/HST: $12.94
Estimated PST/RST/QST: $0.00
Order Total: $271.81
Strange, Estimated GST/HST: $33.65 for me and Order Total comes to $292.52
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kool_buddy wrote: Strange, Estimated GST/HST: $33.65 for me and Order Total comes to $292.52
I guess it is because of the low tax rate in AB (in profile it shows Calgary)
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endure wrote: Why consider downgrading? The 10-20 is 4.5-5.6G, not a set 4G like the 12-24. The 12-24 has been my go-to lens for the past 10 years, mostly shooting landscapes in the mountains
For most people who shoot that wide, the difference between 4 and 4.5-5.6 is not really noticeable. The big difference between the two (besides going a good deal wider on the 10-20) is the VR on the 10-20 as it will allow you to lower that shutter speed down and still get a decent shot.
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damn! I need to change my DSLR :( Thanks op.
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Not true. Google how to shoot portrait using ultra wide.
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Did anyone receive their order? I just picked mine up - it was shipped in the original Nikon box with clear tape across the flap. Inside? An empty box. F***
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MrDisco wrote: Did anyone receive their order? I just picked mine up - it was shipped in the original Nikon box with clear tape across the flap. Inside? An empty box. F***
To make sure I understand correctly, it was not double boxed? If that is the case its shady AF. Weird since it was shipped and sold by Amazon....
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Nope it was shipped directly in the Nikon box
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MrDisco wrote: Nope it was shipped directly in the Nikon box
Wow, I remember that happening with graphics cards. Let us know what Amazon says
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Sorry this has happened.

As far as I recall none of the items I have purchased from Nikon were taped shut.

Was the seller Amazon?

As others have mentioned please keep us updated.
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kenchar wrote: As far as I recall none of the items I have purchased from Nikon were taped shut.

Was the seller Amazon?
Yes the tape was clearly done by hand, and not machine applied, so clearly either a mix up at the warehouse, or someone along the delivery chain opened it. Inside was just the cardboard dividers - lens, case, hood, and papers were missing along with the associated plastic wraps.

I had to double-check my invoice: "Sold by: Amazon.com.ca, Inc."

It also wasn't a warehouse item that was offered at the same time.

edit: so this is interesting:
"When orders ships out, packages are scanned and x-rays are taken and saved. As the package has missing item, our shipping team will be cross-checking with the saved scans and x-rays. The process takes up to 72 hours and they'll be updating our team with possible resolutions. I request you to give us 3 days time until the investigation gets over and we'll help you with best resolution.
Our systems won't allow us to take any ​actions till the investigation is complete. I request you to get back to us after 72 hours."

Never knew they did this (but makes sense though).
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Quick update here, mine arrived, not double boxed. It looked shady AF as nothing was really sealing the box in any way. Anybody could have just opened the tab, taken out everything in the box and closed it back up. Mine however is intact all items are present, box, warranty card and lens serial numbers match. But no double boxing for a DSLR lens, that is quite shitty.
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Just wanted to share. Mine arrived yesterday and there is no seal as usual to the actual nikon box. But looks like everything is there in looking new appearance. But the box was put inside the waterproof amazon shipping cover.
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