Reviews and Problems with Nikon Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8
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Nice sharp lens for macro and studio portraiture.
22 October 2014
Summary: Fantastic sharp lens. A little too tight for candid street or fast action. I got mine in near mint condition though used. It is a gorgeous lens on the Nikon F3 body. Can't wait to test it out in street and candid conditions.
Summary: For a novice photographer I am learning a lot with this lens and having a lot of fun. It's heavy but it is smooth and takes wonderful shots. It's my first MF lens and I see the differences in lighting and all that - you have to think a bit and that is fun. Love it!!!!
Summary: The perfect lens for commercial photograpy, fashion, portrait, product, video and a great macro lens. This lens has a realy sharp image, with very low chromatic aberrations, for the price, it´s a top quality lens,
Excerpt: After more than 25 years of use with film cameras and a D200, this lens is still providing extremely sharp, well exposed images with my new D800. Images made with this lens stand up well when they are heavily cropped to compensate for its 0.5X magnification.
Summary: After comparing this lens to the latest G-lenses of Nikon, I decided to go for mechanical lenses for my D800E. This one especially has an Excellent optical performance, perfect size/weight-performance ratio, and it is a great great value for used prices!
Summary: Surely one of the best manual focus Nikkors ever made. If you can find one in excellent condition with its supplied HS-8 lens hood and accessory PN-11 extension tube, grab it quickly. It will not disappoint.
Excerpt: Really nice and special lens. Its is much more beautiful glass then any new tokinasigmatamron lenses... try and you will see by yourself. very sharp. Bokeh is superior and rendering is Perfect. Real Nikon lens. not like all new G... It is also VERY small lens.
Pros: Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight, Nice Bokeh, Rugged, Strong Construction