Sigma AF 18-200/3.5-6.3 DC VS Nikon Micro Nikkor AF-S 60/2.8 G ED

In the following head to head comparison we take a look at the Sigma AF 18-200/3.5-6.3 DC and the Nikon Micro Nikkor AF-S 60/2.8 G ED DSLR Cameras. Should you choose the Sigma AF 18-200/3.5-6.3 DC or would it be better if you buy the Nikon Micro Nikkor AF-S 60/2.8 G ED? Lets compare the two DSLR Cameras in terms of Video, Build Quality, Portability and Image Quality.

Video
Our conclusion is that the Sigma AF 18-200/3.5-6.3 DC has a comparable Video compared to Nikon Micro Nikkor AF-S 60/2.8 G ED.
Build Quality
Weather Proof
No
somewhat horrible
Better than 0% of the DSLR Cameras, 31% are better than it.
25%

Yes
top notch
Better than 69% of the DSLR Cameras, 0% are better than it.
94%

To sum it up, the When we look at the Build Quality, Sigma AF 18-200/3.5-6.3 DC is slightly poorer in comparison to Nikon Micro Nikkor AF-S 60/2.8 G ED.
Portability
Lightness
610g
unpleasant
Better than 17% of the DSLR Cameras, 83% are better than it.
16%

425g
poor
Better than 31% of the DSLR Cameras, 69% are better than it.
31%

Lightness
610g
somewhat horrible
Better than 17% of the DSLR Cameras, 83% are better than it.
16%

425g
poor
Better than 31% of the DSLR Cameras, 69% are better than it.
31%

Our conclusion is that the When we look at the Portability, Sigma AF 18-200/3.5-6.3 DC is marginally inferior compared to Nikon Micro Nikkor AF-S 60/2.8 G ED.
Image Quality
Sensor Format
APS-C (crop)
below par
Better than 16% of the DSLR Cameras, 56% are better than it.
26%

Full-frame (35mm)
pleasant
Better than 44% of the DSLR Cameras, 2% are better than it.
81%

Sensor Format
APS-C (crop)
below average
Better than 16% of the DSLR Cameras, 56% are better than it.
26%

Full-frame (35mm)
pleasant
Better than 44% of the DSLR Cameras, 2% are better than it.
81%

Sensor Format
APS-C (crop)
relatively below par
Better than 16% of the DSLR Cameras, 56% are better than it.
26%

Full-frame (35mm)
good
Better than 44% of the DSLR Cameras, 2% are better than it.
81%

To sum it up, the Sigma AF 18-200/3.5-6.3 DC has a slightly lesser Image Quality compared to Nikon Micro Nikkor AF-S 60/2.8 G ED.

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