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Sony DT 18-70mm F/3.5-5.6 Lens Denver CO

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Wolf Camera
(303) 623-1155
Sage Building 610 16th St
Denver, CO
 
Wolf Camera
(303) 424-0430
Wheat Ridge Marketplace 3830 Wadsworth Boulevard
Wheat Ridge, CO
 
Wolf Camera
(303) 252-1100
10350 Grant Street
Thornton, CO
 
Wolf Camera
(303) 279-9112
Colorado Mills 14255 West Colfax Avenue Unit D
, CO
 
Wolf Camera
(303) 771-8404
7939 E. Arapahoe Road
Greenwood Village, CO
 
Wolf Camera
(303) 691-3355
Boulevard Center 1629 S. Colorado Boulevard
Denver, CO
 
Wolf Camera
(303) 797-6108
5295 S. Broadway
Englewood, CO
 
Wolf Camera
(303) 973-0202
Southwest Commons 8500 West Crestline Unit H
Littleton, CO
 
Wolf Camera
(303) 791-4440
9557 South University
Highlands Ranch, CO
 
Wolf Camera
(303) 469-9127
Broomfield Town Centre 1255 C East 1st Ave.
Broomfield, CO
 

Sony DT 18-70mm F/3.5-5.6 Lens Review at Cameratown.com

Sony DT 18-70mm F/3.5-5.6 Lens Review

Reader Score: 6.25 (out of 10)
Review (Summary): "The DT 18-70mm 1:3.5-5.6 is Sony's standard kit lens supplied with their entry level DSLRs, which they describe as a versatile general purpose lens covering a wide range of applications, and which features aspheric and ED glass lens elements for 'outstanding clarity at all focal lengths'. The 70mm maximum focal length extends further into the classic 'portrait' range compared to the 18-55mm kit lenses typically supplied by other manufacturers, offering a flattering perspective for people pictures. ...

... Unfortunately the one area where the lens does fall short is that of resolving power, as it struggles to deliver sufficient detail for the latest generation of 10-14 megapixel sensors. The fundamental problem is that, whilst it can give quite sharp results in the centre of the frame, it simply doesn't deliver sufficient resolution towards the edges and corners. ..."

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