Reviews and Problems with Nikon 17-55mm f/2.8G ED-IF AF-S DX
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Do you want bokeh or brilliance
Event & Nature Shooter, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: I was thinking of selling my 50mm 1.4 now that I had purchased a 17-55mm 2.8 because the 2.8 was likely fast enough for my needs and I enjoyed the range it offered. I decided to do a side by side hand held comparison before selling the 50mm and the images in this review were both taken at ISO 200 /...
Excerpt: I love the quality of this lens. Solidly built. Heavy, yes, but worth the weight. Auto focus is fast and accurate and a great lens for low light situations. Great lens for indoor sports photography.
Excerpt: This is the go-to walk-around lens for my Sony FS7 and FS700 cinema cameras. Produces amazing images in all weather conditions with an excellent manual focus feel and a constant fast aperture (for a zoom).
Excerpt: I read many reviews about this Lens but could't decide to buy OR not to buy. Finally decided to get it. I put it on my New D-7100, took many shoots with it, in day light, clouds, indoor photos, natural light source, group photos etc.
Excerpt: I bought a used on from B&H recently and all I can say is Alleluja! Since I'm sticking with DX, I finally got the lens I've wanted for a long time and it delivers the goods! I've been shooting corporate events and studio portraits for years and I've always used prime lenses.
This lens is a beast! Very sharp and almost flawless!
Ryan , Nikon
19 April 2015
Summary: This lens is crazy on my D7100! When you get it right this thing almost hurts the eyes it's so sharp! Colors are amazing and it's built to withstand a war!I only have three complaints, sometimes there is chromatic aberrations, the zoom ring on mine is kinda weird feeling but from what I understand...
Excerpt: Once you put this on your Nikon DSLR DX body, it will never come off unless you need a wider aperture than f/2.8. The highest retail price on a DX lens is well worth every penny. You have the close-to-similar standard zoom range of 17-55 as the kit lens (18-55mm) that came with your body (unless you...
Versatile and a great kit-lens replacement for Nikon DX DSLRs.
josheek , Nikon
6 April 2015
Summary: Once you put this on your Nikon DSLR DX body, it will never come off unless you need a wider aperture than f/2.8. The highest retail price on a DX lens is well worth every penny. You have the close-to-similar standard zoom range of 17-55 as the kit lens (18-55mm) that came with your body (unless you...