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Old Oct 4, 2017, 9:31 AM   #21
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Old Nov 17, 2017, 2:45 PM   #22
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Tried the Tamron 18-400mm and ended up returning it. Just wasn't sharp enough at the long end. Next stop is the Nikon 18-200mm. Thanks for your feedback and comments.

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NHL, this is a question not about the lens, but about the iPad pro. Do you feel any limitations using it to post process. I have a regular iPad, and I haven't been able to do the PP to the extent I can on my computer. I can get suitable edits while I'm on the trip, but I generally re-do everything when I get home. What are your thoughts? Sorry for such a long drawn out question.
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Hi Hawg, sorry for butting in. I use Snapseed on my phone and tablet when on the road with good results. Lightroom also has a tablet version for Android that I have yet to try (don't know if available for iPad). Snapseed is free for Android, and I believe for iPad too.
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Hi Hawg, sorry for butting in. I use Snapseed on my phone and tablet when on the road with good results. Lightroom also has a tablet version for Android that I have yet to try (don't know if available for iPad). Snapseed is free for Android, and I believe for iPad too.
i have tried snapseed, and it does a great job. I also tried photoshop express, and was not impressed. Of course, I haven't tried the paid version of anything yet. And I haven't tried Lightroom, even on the computer, so maybe I ought to give that a shot. Thanks for the reply.
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... Next stop is the Nikon 18-200mm.
The Nikon 18-200 is probably as good a superzoom lens as there is.
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