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Review: Nikon 28mm f/2,8 AF D

Picture from Nikon.com Another very compact design, that performs marvellous. It produce biting sharp pics, with a tendential high contrast and saturation. It will fit into a pocket, and is it even cheap! (You may have noted that this review is the same as the 20/2,8; it’s not a mistake, it’s that these two lenses …

Review: Nikon 20mm f/2,8 AF

Picture from Nikon.com Tested on film only. Another very compact design, that performs marvellous. It produces biting sharp pics, with a tendential high contrast and saturation. It will fit into a pocket, and it is even cheap! Rating: on film

Review: Nikon 180mm f/2,8 AF D

Picture from Nikon.com Once upon a time there were the prime lenses… Everyone today has a 70-something zoom in this focal range. But if you have to carry around your neck all day a not-so-long lens like this, and you don’t care the shorter focal lenghts, this Nikkor will fit all of your needs. In …

Review: Nikon 85mm f/1,8 AF

Picture from Nikon.com Exept for the ugly plastic covered barrel you don’t have a reason to not buy this lens (unless you want its big brother 85/1,4 AF). It is biting sharp, lightweight, small, fast and cheap. One of the Nikon legends. Rating:

Review: Nikon 70-180mm f/4-5,6 Micro AF D IF ED

Big and heavy, but beautiful. You may obtain very crisp images from this lens, but you have to put it on a rock-solid tripod (or shoot whit a lot of light at high speeds), maybe interlocking something between the tripod mount and the lens itself to avoid vibrations (often a rollfilm plastic case filled with …

Review: Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5,6 DC HSM AF

(Will not work on full frame, on DX equivalent to a 15-30mm) A very good performer indeed, if you don’t care about it’s border sharpness (only so-so). If you need it as a reportage lens buy it and you will not regret your money; if you want it to use as a landscape lens try …