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None of Sony, Canon, or Fuji make a lens this wide and fast; it's also ideal for photographing the Milky Way. The 28-80mm G focuses more closely than other Nikon lenses, often eliminating the need for a macro lens. have had to take, feel free to help me continue helping everyone. 300mm f/2.8 ED-IF (1977-1982, continues today)         top. Overview of Features This lens allowed me to shoot things hand-held on ISO 50 film that otherwise I could not. For Nikon FX DSLRs. If you haven't helped yet, please do, and consider helping me with a gift of $5.00. Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2005. It's a steal! It's the plastic 28-200mm G. 80-200mm f/4.5n AI (1977-1981)         top. Focal Length. Not only is it pretty sharp in most cases, what gets it on my Best list is that it focuses so closely at every focal length. Version One of this lens was no less of a workhorse, but when the VRII came out around 2009 or 2010, Nikon upped the game considerably. I lusted after the 13mm ever since I was a kid in the 1970s. Nikon 13mm f/5.6 swallowing a D300. 72mm filters, 8.0 oz./227g, 0.7'/0.22m close focus. Customers who took factory delivery in Japan were treated to a ceremony where the lens was blessed by a Shinto priest. Collectors finally figured it out, and they now sell used for double what they sold for new. As a guy who's owned probably every Nikon lens ever made, even for Nikon's 1940s-1960s rangefinder cameras, I'm astonished at how this one lens replaces every other lens I used to use, with the exception of ultra-ultra wides. The biggest help is when you use any of these links when you get anything, regardless of the country in which you live. Opticus wrote: Could anyone point me to the sharpest 6x6 (and above) ever made? Just get the 14-24mm AF-S , which is a lot less expensive, two stops faster and a lot sharper. The AF-S 200mm f/2G ED VR II is a phenomenal lens, one of the sharpest that Nikon has ever made. 20mm f/4 AI or 20mm f/3.5 AI (both take 52mm filters) or 20mm f/2.8 AI-s (62mm filters). ... About a year ago I bought this lens along with a used Leica M6 body. The DC feature always keeps the subject ultra sharp, and allows the photographer to defocus just the background (or foreground) into the softest, smoothest, dreamiest and creamiest pastels ever. 82mm filters, 37.6 oz./1,067 g, 1.3'/0.4 m close focus. Unless you're photographing stamps, which makes you silly because you'll get better images sticking them in a scanner, shooting macro is a real pain having to move in and out all the time to frame products and chasing moving subjects like poisonous snakes. I've only seen two in my life, both in captivity, and never seen one in the field. It's small, light, super sharp even wide-open and reasonably priced. Personally I prefer the Z 24-70mm f/4, while gear hogs prefer this Z 24-70mm f/2.8. The only thing it doesn't do is replace an ultra-wide lens like the 16-35mm VR, or allow us to shoot sports in dim light like the 70-200mm f/2.8 VR FL. If I want a "do everything" lens for my D3 or D700, it's not the 24-120mm VR. This is a tiny little lens not much bigger than a lens cap. See the Nikon NIKKOR 300mm f/2.8 ED-IF review, and the History of Nikon 300mm f/2.8 lenses. bigger or full-resolution. Carry only one of these depending on which you happen to have and which filter size you prefer. What makes them a fantastic option is the competitive pricing compared to the models from Nikon and Canon. Nikon has learned a lot, and puts all their tricks in this collapsible lens. Thanks for helping me help you! For Nikon DX DSLRs. No one paid any attention, because everyone was swapping over to digital cameras faster than Nikon guessed, leaving Nikon stuck with pallets of unsold N75s. 13mm f/5.6 AI-s (1976 -1998)          top. Nikon spent ten years perfecting this masterpiece, then discontinued it in 2006 from lack of market interest due to its deservedly high price. 35/2 Leitz Summicron(1958-1962): a very rare and expensive classic lens for the collector, most made in M mount. For Nikon FX DSLRs. This lens is special because its sharp, even in the corners, even wide-open at f/1.4. 04 March 2020, 05 Dec 2019, Dec 2016, Christmas 2010, July 2008, Be sure that this new AF-P lens is compatible with your camera, as sharp, if not sharper than 2016's (but still current) 70-200/2.8 FLE, sharper than the fully professional 70-200/2.8 VR II, spent ten years perfecting this masterpiece, Nikon N AF-S NIKKOR 300mm f/2.8G ED VR II. I saw one on display at Nikon House in Rockefeller Center in New York City in the 1970s, and saw one again in early 2008, from which I'll be penning a review one of these days. The 80-400mm VR is more versatile as a general-purpose tale. Of course even the slightest tilt on your part throws everything into a bizarre angular array of converging and diverging lines, but that's the fun. 77mm filters, 28.1 oz./796g, 1.6'/0.5m close focus. The optics of most of Nikon's earlier AI-s manual focus lenses have been exceeded in Nikon's newer AF lenses. If you need anything longer, you'll get better photos by getting closer with the 28-300mm VR than you will by using a longer lens like the 600mm VR from farther away. I know snake guys who pack heat to protect their 70-180mm lenses; these lenses are that good and irreplaceable. It has been replaced by the new Sigma 85mm F1.4 DG HSM Art lens which is the new king of lenses. The 135mm DC is Nikon's best hand-held portrait lens ever, as well as a killer-sharp 135mm lens for everything. If you are looking for a lens for the Nikon D7500, there are a couple of factors to consider to get the right one. Nikon's least expensive lens is also among its sharpest. Here are few sample photographs shot on the new Sigma 85mm F1.4 DG HSM Art lens. There, I said it. These below are the specific lenses I carry when I shoot a manual-focus camera like my F, F2, F2S, F2AS, F3, FA, FE, FE2, FM, FM3a & etc. Don't expect ever to see one of these, since production was so low. This 13mm is also unusual in that it has little to no distortion of straight lines. It was a gift to myself for reaching a goal and I've never regretted the expense one bit. In daylight, I just carry a 80-200mm f/4 AI-s (62mm) or 80-200mm f/4.5n AI (52mm filters), again depending on which you have and your preference in filter size. It lets me get rid of my old fashioned "camera bag" full of lenses that I used to carry. See also How to Shoot Film and Why Fixed Lenses Take Better Pictures. As you can see, VR works great, letting me get ultrasharp results hand-held at 1/20 of a second. It doesn't focus closely (7/2'/2.2m) and it doesn't zoom wider than 200mm, which are how Nikon is able to make this so inexpensively and have it work so well as an ultra tale. The 28-300mm VR is my freedom lens. Last Updated on February 3, 2017 by PixelPluck. It always cost a significant fraction of what the average American family earns in a year, and used ones today sell for about the same real price as when new: about $5,000 to $20,000. Don't forget to read the even funnier Nikon's 10 Worst Lenses. Carry only one of these 50 or 55mm lenses at a time. The AF-S VR Micro-NIKKOR 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED is the Holy Grail if you’re a Nikon shooter interested in macro photography. Check price. Nikon's first internal-focusing 300mm /2.8 lens of 1977 quickly became the news and sports photographers standard long lens. Ken. For a DX DSLR, this is the only lens you'd ever need, unless you also need an ultra-ultra wide lens: For Nikon DX DSLRs. 24-70mm f/2.8 VR (2015-today)          top. Dedicated to pictures taken with Nikkor lenses. Z 24-70mm f/2.8 (2019-today)          top. Here are the 10 best choices. The 28-200mm G is a miracle. These places have the best prices and service, which is why I've used them since before this website existed. It’s the sharpest, very well made, lightest and closest focusing f/2.8 70-200 lens ever made. Straight lines stay straight. These lenses also work on full-frame mirrorless (Z6 and Z7), but you're throwing away over half of your full-frame sensor area, and be sure to update to at least version 2.1 firmware in the Z6 or Z7 for VR to work with these lenses: Nikon Z 16-50mm VR DX (2019-today)         top. It's great people like you who allow me to keep adding to this site full-time. These two lenses incorporate every trick Nikon has learned over decades and decades of lens design and volume manufacturing. Nikon 105mm F1.4 Lens Preview: BEST / Sharpest Portrait Photography Lens Ever Made? Remember, that the Nikon D7500 is an APS-C sensor. If you find this This all-content, junk-free website's biggest source of support is when you use any of these links to approved sources when you get anything, regardless of the country in which you live. If you get this 200-500mm, you'll still want a regular tele like the 70-200mm f/2.8 FL or even my favorite 28-300mm VR. It covers FX; a DX lens would need a focal length of just 8.5mm to cover the same ultra-ultra wide angle! The MICRO-Nikkors are sharper, even at infinity, than the f/1.4 and f/1.8 lenses. It’s among the sharpest lenses the company has ever made, boasts superb optics, and is built to last. Also intense warmth and color saturation with great contrast. It's my favorite DX lens, since when I shoot a DX DSLR, I'm traveling basic and light (I bring my Full-Frame DSLR If I'm shooting something serious). Very few people know How to Use Ultrawide Lenses, but for those who do, this is Nikon's best DX ultrawide yet. Meanwhile, the DX 35mm f/1.8G fast normal prime is even more affordable at around £150. Another lens so great that the market never figured it out, this is the only true zoom Micro (macro) lens ever made by Nikon. chrome only. These rare lenses come with unbelievable specs and spectacular price tags. I'll be recieving a prototype digital 65mm motion picture camera next month that employs a 12k (12000x8000) sensor and i need the sharpest lens around to make use of it. Each uses aspherical elements to improve performance and reduce size and weight. Check price. They made a zillion different types. Art series lenses from Sigma are the company’s high-speed f/1.4 models that are designed to compete with the very best lenses from Canon and Nikon, and can even give legendary lens maker Zeiss a run for its money. 10 Tips to Keep Your Camera Safe While Traveling, 5 Tips for Taking Better Astrophotos with DSLR, 14 Photography Tips for Better Landscape Photography, An Introduction to Wedding Photography for Beginners, Nikon P1000 breaks all record with 125x Optical ZOOM, Nikon D850 has won more awards than any other DSLR, World’s Widest f/2.8 Lens for APS-C Mirrorless Cameras, Someone Stole Entire Sony Camera Gear Truck in Las Vegas, Official Portrait of Trump Shot on Older Camera than Obama, Nikon D850 Nikon D5x and more coming in 2017, Google Pixel is the Highest rated Camera Ever, 10 Must Have Photography Apps for Professionals, iPhone 7 Camera Samples are Revolutionary, Canon 5D Mark IV – Review, Features & Specifications, New Year Resolution for Photographers in 2018, 100 Years of Nikon – Everything that You Should Know, NatGeo Photographer of the Year Announced – Winning Entries, Three Years and One Million Photos For This Time-Lapse, Animated Old Photos of US Cities Takes You On Time Travel, Deals in Books : Arts & Photography (Upto 50% Off), Top 50 Photography Slogans and One Liners for Professionals. This lens is fantastic because it gives us every imaginable focal length we'd ever need for a DX DSLR in just one lens, and it's sharp. 77mm filters, 50.3 oz./1,425g with tripod collar, 3.6'/1.1m close-focus. THE SHARPEST NIKON LENS EVER! Americans just don't get this lens, because Nikon messed up its name. That's what Kai Wong said after testing the Sigma Art 40mm. The 35mm f/1.8 is super-sharp, focuses instantly, it's fast, it's tough (metal mount), and simply works perfectly for a super low price. For Nikon FX DSLRs. These are sure to become instant collector's items, and are doubtless the sharpest 35's ever made in LTM mount. Older lenses, like the huge 14-24mm f/2.8, had bulbous front elements that were completely unprotectable. This was the sports and action lens of its day. It was made back when Nikon was still great enough and crazy enough to make things just because they could. For the users of the new Nikon D5000, a worthy replacement of the Nikon D40 entry-level camera. This lens is the workhorse of the Nikon lineup. No only does the Z14-30 take filters, it's the sharpest ultra-ultrawide ever from Nikon, and it's also small and collapses when not in use. I bring my 20mm f/1.8 when I'm travelling light instead of the 16-35mm VR. I have no problem saying that this is the most outstanding third-party lens ever made. If you are asking about their miniature* format lenses then I would say the Nikon Nikkor Micro 55mm f/3.5 and the Nikon Nikkor 85mm f/1.4 are the sharpest. First of all, there is the focal length, which is probably the first specification to look at when browsing for lenses. Get one before Nikon catches on and raises the price. With 1:1 magnification it’s a good option for DSLR users on a budget. Best Lenses for Manual-Focus 35mm Cameras          top. Looking to upgrade your kit lens? The short answer is, all of them are pretty darn sharp when used appropriately and with good technique. Thanks! Vivid Yellow Tree by the Merced River, Yosemite Valley, October 2017. Nikon 28mm f/1.4 D AF. Which is the Best Camera Lens In The World? Look at my Nikon 28-300mm sample images and see for yourself: The 28-200mm VR replaces all the lenses we used to haul around. As this page is copyrighted and formally registered, it is unlawful to make copies, especially in the form of printouts for personal use. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. etc. Both are sharp, even in the corners. Nikon’s most powerful all-in-one zoom lens ever. It also sells used for more than it sold for when new. Check price. Holy guacamole, the results from the beat-up, scratched crummy lens I got on my Graflex was a zillion times sharper than any of my classic "sharpest lens ever made" manual-focus Nikkors like the 55mm f/2.8, 105mm f/2.8 AI-s Micro at the top of this page or 180mm f/2.8 ED. Check price. Its Art series lenses are renowned for their image quality, sharpness, and very little distortion. Home  Donate  New  Search  Gallery  Reviews  How-To  Books  Links  Workshops  About  Contact. Sigma makes an inexpensive 12-24mm zoom that may be wider, but it's not a professional lens, its not a Nikon lens, and it distorts slightly. As a guy who's owned probably every Nikon lens ever made, even for Nikon's 1940s-1960s rangefinder cameras, I'm astonished at how this one lens replaces every other lens I used to use, with the exception of ultra-ultra wides. 70-200mm f/2.8 VR FL (2016-today)          top. 52mm filters, 7.0 oz/197g, 1 foot/0.3m close-focus. Not only does this lens let me leave my bag home, I can leave my tripod home, too. The zoom and focus are supposed to be loose and slippery. It is among Nikon's fastest lenses, and covers film and the full FX frame. Just try one; it's uncanny how instantly and exactly it focuses. Nikon made its name with its manual-focus lenses. Check price. For Nikon FX DSLRs. Overall it is a good sign for the photography industry. Be sure that this new AF-P lens is compatible with your camera; if not, use the 18-300mm VR DX or older 55-300mm DX. Nikon UK D5000 The D5000 is a powerful and versatile SLR camera that delivers superb still images and high-definition D-movie clips with sound. When shooting film, using filters is critical, and you should select lenses which share the same size filters so you only have to bring one set of them. I recommend them all personally. For more reach, consider the 80-400mm VR, and again, I prefer my 28-300mm over all the rest of these because I don't need f/2.8 and I prefer my 28-300mm's all-encompassing zoom range. The 13mm is not a fisheye. This Nikkor lens was made with such incredible precision that it didn't need to be pumped full of grease to fill up the internal slop of cheaper lenses of its day. Unlike zooms and most fixed lenses like the current 14mm f/2.8 and 14-24mm AF-S, make a photo of the horizon along the bottom or shoot a brick wall, and everything stays straight and square. It collapses simply by turning the zoom past 16mm, and it's ultra-sharp, focuses super fast and close, has pretty good sunstars and has no distortion as shot on the Nikon Z50 with which it was introduced. These are older, and still can be helpful. 67mm filters, 19.4 oz./550g, 1.6'/0.5m close focus. The Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 AF-S is the precursor to the 16-35mm VR. Technical specifications of 85mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art. What more can I say? I've shot a lot of fixed 24mm, 20mm, 18mm, 17mm, 15mm and 14mm lenses in my days, and this zoom is sharper. Knowing that the lens you are using is the strongest link in the chain ... Of course I buy only name brand lenes that are made by Nikon. Sigma makes one of the best third party lenses in the world. Bravo! Most teles, like the 135mm DC, often can't focus closely enough for photos of baby heads. I buy only from these approved sources. I prefer bringing just my 28-300mm VR, but if you need f/2.8 and don't mind bringing more lenses along, the 24-70mm f/2.8 E VR is a flawless state-of-the-art lens, a favorite of professionals. Each of these lenses isn't quite as sharp as Nikon's best, but pretty darn close. The 13mm f/5.6 was the world's widest lens when it was introduced, and is still the widest non-distorting professional SLR lens ever made in all of history. This beast is big and heavy: 5 inches (12cm) around and it weighs 3 pounds (1.4kg) with caps. While people who haven't shot it don't trust that it's sharp, it's newer and sharper than all the fixed lenses I used to haul around, and I can get any focal length with a twist of my wrist. Thank you! It is so well made that it works with little or any lubrication, so it can work in temperature extremes and needs only a tiny flick to move the settings. For Nikon DX DSLRs. Check price. If you wish to make a printout for personal use, you are granted one-time permission only if you PayPal me $5.00 per printout or part thereof. For low-light and/or low weight, personally I and many prefer the 50mm f/1.4G AF-S. The only other lens I sometimes carry with my 28-300mm is my 16-35mm VR: The 16-35mm is sharp, sharp, sharp, even wide open, and even in the corners. I find the 16-35mm a little sharper and much smaller and much more practical, but consider the 14-24mm if you need f/2.8 or 14mm. Today, this lens' spirit lives on in the Nikon N AF-S NIKKOR 300mm f/2.8G ED VR II. It lets me get rid of my old fashioned "camera bag" full of lenses that I used to carry. It is worlds better than today's 35mm f/1.4 (which is a manual focus lens made since 1969) or the manual focus 28mm f/2. This manual focus lens outperforms its newer 85mm f/1.4 D autofocus sibling. The 80-400 focuses much closer and zooms much wider, but it also costs much more. 50mm f/1.4 AI-s or 55mm f/2.8 MICRO-Nikkor AI-s or 55mm f/3.5 MICRO-Nikkor AI. 35/2 Canon Black: the last and best of Canon's 35mm lenses. Only carry the 180 or 200, never both. Nikon’s full-frame camera lineup is impressive, but perhaps even more so is the extensive collection of FX-format (full frame) lenses. It has the best optics of any 50mm f/1.4 ever sold by Nikon or Canon. It has no distortion, focuses almost instantly, and it's Nikon's smallest and lightest lens. Top 10 essential DSLR accessories for Beginners, 25 DSLR Tips & Tricks to Improve Photography, 10 Best Lenses To Upgrade From Your Kit Lens, Category: Standard Lenses, USB Dock Compatible, MC-11 Compatible, Typical Photography: Creative, Wedding & Events, Portrait, Family, Designed and tested for high mega-pixel cameras, Accessories included: lens hood, caps, carrying case. The Sigma 50mm F1.4 DG HSM Art Lens for Nikon Cameras. Notice how it moves so easily, but that there is no play in any of the movement. My primary 35mm camera system is Nikon. This lens is a steal. It costs you nothing, and is this site's, and thus my family's, biggest source of support. Carl Zeiss proudly the proclaim that their new ZF lenses designed for Nikon SLR cameras are the sharpest SLR lenses they've ever ... if required, and will not be the limiting factor in the imaging process. Last Updated on February 3, 2017 by PixelPluck Sigma 85mm F1.4 DG HSM Art is Sharpest Lens Ever Made Not so long ago Nikon created buzz with the debut of AF-S NIKKOR 105mm f/1.4E ED. Check Price. It's sharper than the new AF lens, and it has much better bokeh than most other Nikon lenses. I can't vouch for ads below. This is the second 85mm lens we’ve seen on our list, and this one has a hugely wide maximum aperture of f/1.4. Hope that's ok. If you've gotten your gear through one of my links or helped otherwise, you're family. The 58 has more character than any lens Ive ever shot, and produces a look that is very unique. page as helpful as a book you might have had to buy or a workshop you may This particular lens is rated as the sharpest by DxOMark among all 50mm lenses made for the Nikon F mount. The Z 24-70mm f/4 that often comes included with a Z6 or Z7 is just as sharp, and much lighter and less expensive. Some posts may contain affiliate or sponsored links. Nikon D850, Nikon 28-300mm VR at 36mm at f/8 hand held at 1/20 at Auto ISO 400, Perfectly Clear v3.5. Even the 28-80mm G is sharper than the far more expensive 24-120mm VR, which made my 10-Worst list. 'The Nikon Df is the best digital camera Nikon have ever made.' Nikon's 14mm f/2.8 and 14-24mm AF-S are not quite as wide, and have more distortion. Don't carry one of these zooms at the same time as any of the fixed teles. The ED glass allowed superb optical quality in a super-speed long lens. Drop a ruler on lines in the image, and they're straight. I was focusing to within 6 inches! It was fast enough to shoot indoor sports, and the internal-focusing design let it focus from near to far with the flick of a finger. If you don't need VR, the older 24-70mm f/2.8G is still sold new and is an equally excellent professional lens. 58mm filters, 14.5 oz./412g, 3.7'/1.1m close-focus. this list is one sided, there are so many great lense’s out there that are better than what he has listed, Nikon I think leads the pack followed by Tamron and Tokina. The DC feature is really Bokeh optimization. March 2020   All Nikon Reviews: Mirrorless   Mirrorless Lenses   All Nikon Lenses   Nikon Flash   All Reviews. Selling today for only about $50 used if you know How to Win at eBay, this unassuming tele zoom just happens to be the sharpest tele zoom I've ever tested. Defocus control doesn't mean soft focus, it means "background softness control." This tiny and inexpensive lens wows me with its fantastic performance and ultra low price. For Nikon FX DSLRs. Be sure that this new AF-P lens is compatible with your camera; if not, get the older 10-24mm if you have an older DX DSLR. 50mm f/1.8D AF (versions from 1978 - today). Portraits come out with fantastic sharpness on the subject, whilst background blur and depth of field fade out in a nice soft contrast. Excellent depth of field control and bokeh. bigger. Check price. While I prefer my 28-300mm because I prefer to carry less, most full time pros would never leave the house without their 70-200mm f/2.8 VR FL, which is the world's best 70-200mm lens. Here's a link to the Nikon version of this lens. This isn't the case here. All Nikon's 80-200mm f/4.5 zooms are excellent. In my 105mm center, 200mm center, 105mm corner and 200mm corner sharpness comparisons, it's the most consistent performer. Except that the D40, D40x and D60 can't autofocus with it (neither can the F3), there is no reason not to own one of these, unless you opt for the twice as expensive 50mm f/1.4 D. All the earlier 50mm f/1.8 lenses since 1978 are also all excellent, including the 50mm f/1.8 AF (non-D), 50mm f/1.8 Nikkor manual focus, and the 50mm f/1.8 Series E. 135mm f/2 DC AF (1990 - today)         top. 9 Unbelievable Camera Lenses That Actually Exist. Another best lens in 35mm is the Zeiss Biogon ZM F2. These are very inexpensive plastic-mount lenses that came out in 2001 and 2003 for sale with Nikon's cheapest film cameras like the N55 and N75. Not so long ago Nikon created buzz with the debut of AF-S NIKKOR 105mm f/1.4E ED lens which was the sharpest lens from Nikon on the DxOMark ratings. Of course, the standard caveats about how lens sharpness doesn't make you a better photographer, etc apply, but if we're only considering sharpness, it would seem that the Sigma 70mm f/2.8 Macro is actually the sharpest autofocus SLR lens in existence. I can't answer for everyone, and won't answer objectively, which is to say, based on lab measurements or DXO scores etc. The price has even gone down in recent years, so it’s more in-line with cheaper alternatives. It really is amazing. All take 52mm filters. Like the Z DX 16-50mm above, this lens stands out as an excellent optical performer, as sharp, if not sharper than 2016's (but still current) 70-200/2.8 FLE and sharper than the fully professional 70-200/2.8 VR II, and it's lightweight, collapses for travel, focuses super fast and close, and sells for next to nothing. Going by the size it is the largest of all art series lenses because of it’s construction with 14 elements arranged in 12 groups and is being retailed at around USD 1200. If you want a really fast lens in an even smaller package than either of these, Nikon's 20mm f/1.8G AF-S is a unique ultra-speed ultrawide. Legendary Nikon Nikkor lenses - Here are Nikon's 12 NIKKOR lenses that have made history, innovating in their field and changing the game. For Nikon, I have the new 58mm f/1.4G which is my favorite lens I own, which the Sigma beats “on paper” in almost every catagory…except bokeh. 82mm filters, 16.9 oz./479 g, 0.9'/0.28m close focus. Both produce magnificent images. It comes with oil repellent coating on the front and rear end of the lens. It focuses down to 17 inches (43cm) at every focal length, much closer than any other Nikon tele, ever. All photos are required to have a proper Nikkor tag from the official list of lenses below. Any of the manual lenses work great; these are just what I prefer to cover everything. The AF isn't that fast since it covers such a wide range, but its fast enough. For lighter weight at a much lower price, also consider the 70-200mm f/4. For full-frame mirrorless (Z6 & Z7). What gets them on my Best list is that they are this good at such a low price, and that they are tiny and weigh nothing for easy carrying. If we broaden our search to included every lens brand, Nikon is completely gone from our top five. Most importantly in this wide lens is that of all the lenses Zeiss has ever made, this is the only lens that has zero distortion. The 28-300mm VR is my freedom lens. Nikon Z DX 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 VR, collapsed. I support my growing family through this website, as crazy as it might seem. | 50mm f/2 | Nikon Nikkor H Auto | (ca. Nikon’s own sharpest DX lens, according to DxOMark’s tests, is the quite inexpensive Micro-Nikkor 40mm f/2.8G, which costs just £200. For full-frame mirrorless (Z6 & Z7). In fact, its so good that even after the f/1.4 autofocus lens came out, for about the about the same price, Nikon kept making these for 10 more years! 70-180mm f/4.5-5.6D Micro (1997-2004)          top. You’ll be blown away at how fast this incredible lens can focus, and how accurate it … Sigma is raising the industry standards with it’s high performing art series lenses. lens which was the sharpest lens from Nikon on the DxOMark ratings. I'll grab this one lens and leave everything else at home, and this is also a great lens to add to the 18-300mm for people photography in low-light. In fact, just to show off, the 13mm has less distortion than zooms or most other normal and wide lenses! Seriously, this lens is a truly outstanding alternative to the Canon and Nikon 24-70mm lenses that cost FOUR TIMES more than this lens. Sigma is doing great with it’s art series and both Nikon and Canon are getting tough competition which fuels innovation. I found the best is this AI "n" (new) version, which is recognized by the black rectangular plate on its rear mount as shown above.

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