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When you buy a Nikon D5200, check out our lens sales pages

Ok, so you have decided to buy a Nikon D5200 and now you are looking for a decent lens. Some time you just want to browse and look for inspiration, right? These pages list great Nikon lenses by price, so that if you have a bit of money to spare, you can see what's on offer. The pages are always being updated so it's worth dropping by occasionally to see what is around. Remember, the D5xxx series doesn't have an internal motor so, unless you are happy to focus manually, you will be looking for a G or an IF in the coding. It is worth checking here if you are any doubt.

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Nikon lenses under $500

These tend to be the smaller lenses: Ones to look out for are the Nikon  50mm F1.8D. It doesn't have an internal motor, but it is a superb lens. We use one for stills and video - it is pin sharp and great quality. You could also pick up some refurbished lenses like the Nikon 55-200mm F/4-5.6 VR DX AF-S ED zoom, which is a good quality and very versatile piece of glass. If you buy one from our colleagues at Cameta, you will get a 1 yr guarantee with it. if you are looking for a new lens, you could do worse than check out the Sigma 18-250mm F/3.5-6.3 DC OS HSM IF lens. Sigma have come a long way in the last few years and have built a very solid reputation. This lens is a bit chunky and heavy, but it covers a huge range very well and produces some pretty sharp images.

Nikon Lenses $500-$1000

Obviously, you get what you pay for, so it would be expected that this category has lenses that are slightly better. Again you can get some decent refurbished lenses, like the Nikon 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G VR DX ED AF-S Nikkor-Zoom Lens which has a 12 month guarantee from Cameta. You can also look at the other extreme, picking up a Nikon 10.5mm f/2.8 DX AF ED Fisheye for around $700 (no autofocus, but for a Fisheye, that is not a huge problem usually). At this level, you end to move from picking up a lens because you might want to use it, to deciding you need a specific lens for a specific job. That could be why you have decided to buy this camera in the first place. If you need any advice about what lens is right for you, take a look at our lens pages, or contact us. We will try to help.

Nikon lenses over $1000

These lenses are the top lenses on offer for this DSLR. Obviously you can go mad here, but we have tries to keep it out of the realms of fantasy. After all, it is unlikely that you are going to spend $10,000 on a lens and then buy a Nikon D5200 to go with it. However, tip over the $1000 mark and there are some real gems available. There is the classic Nikon 300mm f/4 AF-S ED-IF Telephoto Lens, which a greta prime lens to have, or the Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8G AF-S ED Zoom, which you can by factory refurbished with a year warranty. At the top end, you could take a look at the immaculate Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II AF-S Zoom Lens, which you can pick up for around $2,400.

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