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NON VR, VR or VR2 with my Nikon D3300

Discussion in 'Photography & Camera Basics Forum' started by ToonPatriot, Apr 21, 2017 at 1:14 PM.

  1. ToonPatriot

    ToonPatriot New Member

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    Hi all. First post. As a newbie to anything more than point and shoot, I have decided to buy a D3300. I had considered the D3400 for the connectivity, but I can't warrant paying an extra £100 for wifi! That said, if anybody specifically thinks this is a poor choice, I am willing to listen!

    My main boggle is the lens choices I have:

    1. 18-55mm non-VR £330
    2. 18-55mm VR £350
    3. 18-55mm VR2 £370

    is it woth going for the VR2 for the extra cash?

    Thanks for your help guys, I look forward to contributing more to this forum as I become more experienced!

    Apologies about the autocorrect in the title!!!
     
  2. Roger S

    Roger S Crazy Canuck Administrator

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    No problem. It's fixed now. ;)
     
  3. mikew

    mikew Here a lot Premium Member

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    The only thing i would say is you may upgrade the body at some point and its possible the VR2 could be more compatible with future bodies.
     
  4. Kevin Fox

    Kevin Fox Here a lot Premium Member

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    I agree. The lens can make or break a kit. You buy lenses for the future. If your really interested in photography, you'll be upgrading the body soon. Go for the better glass.
     
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    ToonPatriot New Member

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