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8.0* out of 10

Nikon 35-135mm f/3.5-4.5

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Overall 4

and the connector was dirty. I would keep if the lens would came ...

Flávia Z., Amazon
20 July 2014
  • Summary: The lens came with a scratched in the front lens, and the connector was dirty. I would keep if the lens would came the way that was in the description. The return was safe and the company was very kind.
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Overall 10

Loving it!

Toxicpindoll "Krista", Amazon
17 January 2014
  • Summary: I love this lens. I bought it on Craigslist though for $70, from another photographer who didn't want it. I enjoy taking photos with this lens, considering that I have a Nikon D70. The lens autofocuses at some points depending on what your shooting at. So it works both from manual and auto. At first the viewfinder may make you think the photo is blurry, but when you lightly touch on the shutter button, it focuses for you.
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Overall 8

Good for the price.

Bill "Bill", Amazon
25 June 2013
  • Summary: These days, this lens can be picked up for very little money. If it were still fetching top dollar, I would have given it 3 stars. Mine is the earlier version with the thin hard plastic focus ring that everyone hated. But I think it's the same optically as the newer versions. You normally wouldn't want to use this lens at wide open aperture, especially at 135mm. Contrast and sharpness is just not there. Maybe for portraits wide open would be good.
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Overall 8

Film Gem

Jason Gray "GrayPhotoSTL", Amazon
20 June 2010
  • Summary: The Nikkor 35-135 f/3.5-4.5 AF is a push/pull lens with very decent performance. Before I begin, it is worthwhile to note that this lens is the DX equivalent of a 55-200mm zoom, so it is up to you whether you would prefer the actual lower f-stop on this lens or the equivalent offered through VR technology in the newer 55-200 DX. I've read great things said about Nikon's 55-200, and it goes without saying that this older model takes some great pictures.
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