sgogula wrote in post #5400926
I know both Nikon and Canon have Camera's for beginners but my question was who has better lens for beginners Canon or Nikon?
Doesn't matter, really. If you went with Nikon, you could get their 18-200mm VR. Go with Canon, and you have the Sigma 18-200mm OS. I reckon they'd be pretty much on par in terms of performance.
If you seriously wanted just a beginner system (ie. a camera and standard zoom and nothing else) and never wanted to delve any deeper or expand your system, look at Pentax's K10D or K20D. That way, you pretty much get an image stabilized lens at no extra cost.
I cannot tell you which brand has better lenses for a beginner because to my mind, photographic experience doesn't dictate the choice of gear. It's the size of the wallet. And on top of that, you generally get what you pay for. So whether you're a beginner or pro, if pay more, you get more (generally).
So the ultimate question would be 'What's your budget?' Then with that in mind, check out the reviews and do some shopping. People at this forum will also help of course.