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Nikon - AF 20mm f2.8D Lens
Quick Overview |
* Close Range correction (CRC) system provides high performance at both near and far focusing distances
* Superb optical design for architecture, wedding and landscape photography
* Close-Range Correction for distortion-free pictures as close as 0.85 inches.

SportsShooter Member Rating | 8
List Price | $670.00
More Information | http://www.samys.com/product.php?ItemNo=NIKO1913


|| Member Feedback   [add your comments]
Matthew Putney Student/Intern / Photographer
Des Moines | IA | USA
Comments | [12/15/02] I have had this lens for about a year and have not had any problems with it at all. I use it on my d1 and f100 and love it. It doesn’t seam have a back focus problem like the 17-37Af-s has.
Rating | 9

John Castle Student/Intern / Photo Editor
Beaverton | OR | USA
Comments | [11/27/02] I have the non-D version of the lens [adding the D feature was the only difference between the AF and the AF D] and it is a swell lens. Flare is well controled considering it is such a wide angle lens, but I do recommend the hood anyways, the sun really tends to find its way into your picture at this focal length Full body portraits can be fun/scary from 3ft [not as wide on digital], can also be cheesy. There is some vignetting at the corners, mild at worst, and only at f2.8 to f4 or so, Sharpness is great in the centers and still just sharp at the corners when you stop down beyond f5.6ish As with most nikon AF wide/superwide primes, the build is not, rugged per say. It is not frail or faulty, but I don't like the feeling of just placing it in my backpack w/o its hard case.
Rating | 7



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