This subject has probably been raised before, but I think you should tell readers what lens was used when conducting the D5500 camera test. This is especially important in view of the comment in the Lab results boxout, which says "With its 24.2-million-pixel, DX-format sensor that lacks an optical low-pass filter, the D5500 is capable of recording huge amounts of detail, so long as a suitably sharp lens is used". What I believe we should be told is whether the 18-55mm zoom supplied with the camera is "suitably sharp" to record all this extra detail. Or are buyers going to have to buy an additional/alternative, better quality, lens to get this extra detail. At the end of the day, any camera is only as good as the glassware attached; is the lens supplied in a D5500 kit good enough? Or should buyers just buy the body only? Without details of the lens used in the test, how are buyers to know what to buy? The camera has been awarded 5 stars and a GOLD award by AP, but what about the lens?