Excerpt: This lens is a ton is everything I thought it would be. It's sharp considering the price and offers a focal length that looks great on a full frame camera.I only have two gripes with this lens: #1 - It's very plastic. I normally dont mind plastic bodied lenses considering I own quite a few, but dont expect this lens to FEEL like a real lens. It takes great pictures but you have to put your confidence in the image quality and not the weight of the glass.#2 - It's NOISY.
Pros: Consistent Output, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight, Nice Bokeh
Summary: When I purchased this lens, I had mixed expectations. I wanted a standard 28mm wide angle to keep in my camera bag, but didn't feel like I'd use one enough to justify the price tag on the 1.8G.
Summary: I like this lens but wish Nikon would have made this f/1.8 like the Canon competitor. Still not enough to get me to jump ship back to Canon. A solid sharp lens at f/2.8. If this is your focal length, this light, fast, sharp, unobtrusive lens is for you.
Summary: Es un objetivo muy bueno no es un "pro", a distancias cortas funciona muy bien, al infinito no tiene el mismo funcionamiento. En fotografía de arquitectura saca bien líneas rectas, No es tan bueno como el superior Nikon AIS 28 mm. F/2, el cristal amarillentto rosaceo de la lente de éste, tiene un contraste y resolución en la línea más alta, en sus aperturas centrales.
Summary: I like this lens. It's very light to carry. It focuses fast and sharp. I only had problem with the aperture lock/ring. That when I change it to another F, it always turn error. SO I had to fixed it to the max aperture, 2.8F. But I guess because my cam is D7000, not an FX. Very useful if you're just in a small room event. Very wide shot, that is. I'll keep this one. .
Excerpt: I bought this lens after a lot research. My main objective was to find prime 24mm either 1.8 or 2.8. I opted for the 2.8 and very satisfied. Optically nice on both my D800 and D7000! Sharpest image at 5.6. Thru. F8. Ok wide open, good bokeh, nice color saturation. Lot of CA at ISO 3200 and above. Not a problem for me, I normally shoot no higher than 1600. Bottom line; good wide angle lens, price is right, sharp, autofocus is fairly fast and pretty accurate.
Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight, Nice Bokeh, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I am an amature photographer and use a Nikon D700. The AF NIKKOR 28mm f/2.8D Autofocus Lens has been great for taking wide angle photos. I am very impressed with this lens and would recommend it. Nikon makes great stuff!
Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus