|Nikon Nikkor 28mm F2 AIS Manual focus Lens MINT in box for film/digital F/2 AI-S|
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|The Nikon Nikkor 28 mm Lens covers up to a 74-degree angle, allowing it to get even large objects into a picture. This Nikon camera lens can focus in on an item as close as 9.84-inches away, so close-up images come out clear. Autofocus and manual focus are both available on this Nikon camera lens, so it works well for amateurs and professionals alike. The Nikon Nikkor 28 mm Lens weighs just 12.7 oz. and measures 2.5-inches in diameter by 2.3-inches long, so bringing it along on a photo shoot is easy. Since this autofocus camera lens accepts a standard 52 mm filter, finding a filter for every shot is simple. An f/2 – f/22 aperture range allow a photographer to take great shots with this autofocus camera lens, even in low light environments. With the features available on the Nikon Nikkor 28 mm Lens, it is perfect for all photographers.|
|Focal Length (mm)||28 mm|
Average review score based on 10 user reviews
This is a general photography lens. The image quality is good, but not as sharp compared to the 50mm AF f/1.8 standard lens. Since I own both Nikon D700 and Nikon D300, the 35mm AF-D can be used as a standard lens in DX-format. It's a bit expensive if buy it brand new; I guess it's f/2.0. If you can find a used one at around $250, it's a bargain. Also, look for one that has the newer Nikon front cap. Older ones could have problems with oil sticking blades.
My main camera now is a Nikon D700,which is an FX sensor camera.
I needed a semi-wide angle lens. The 35mm f2.0 was my choice.
This lens is what many photographers chose to use on the 35mm film camera. Being just a bit wider than the standard 50mm film camera again) it has the coverage I need.
The maximum aperture of f2.0 is fast enough in low light, especially on a D700.
The lower price over the f1.4 version.
Works well on my DX sensor cameras, which makes it effectively a 43mm lens.
This lens is made in Japan.
This little lens is truly a gem. Like the 50mm F1.8, it is supremely sharp even wide open, and stopping down it just gets better, F4 and beyond is almost macro sharp. On full frame, even wide open with vignetting control turned to normal, it is very well controlled, and by F4 is completely gone. Out of focus areas are fairly smooth, its no 58mm Rokkor-X, but it isn't ugly either. Built very solidly, with fairly decent focus ring, along with distance window.
Hood is highly recommended, as this lens can get some flare going on if using a filter on it, hood seems to help with contrast as well.
Overall fantastic lens, was used on a D700 and D80, worked great on both.
Excellent Low Weight, Contrasty Night Time Shooter. You Do Not Need A Pro Zoom Lens To Get Stunning Night Time Shots, This Lens Will Produce For You. Stay Away From The Sigms 30mm f/1.4, The Nikon 35mm f/2.0 Is By Far Superior And Not To Mention Cost Less.
The Nikkor 35mm f/2.0 is a great lens for street photography, where i will use extensively. Sharp and lightweight. I would certainly prefer to have faster focus.