Nikon AF-S Nikkor 17-35mm f/2.8D ED-IF

Wideangle zoom lens | Nikon F (FX)
azotor
 
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good glass motor started to make noises after several years of use

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kursatkarabulut
 
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Almost 70% of all the people are saying this lens isn't sharp much. But I took some wonderful shots with this and they are pretty sharp to me. General wide angle zoom options are currently 14-24, 16-35, and 17-35. 14-24 is for specific needs and thus not suitable for general day to day use like street photography, portraits etc. 16-35 is ok but you lose one stop and distortion is worse for an extra VR. So I chose 17-35 and it was 400$ more expensive than 16-35. Problems: A little a less ...

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O5iris
 
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Was nearly perfect in the film days but it falls behind a little nowadays, comparing to the latest offerings from Nikon. But it's still a solid performer from f/4-f/8 accross the zoom range. I love this lens.

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Chu
 
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Used this lens with my Tibet trip which requires width angle down to 17mm. 17~35 covered most of the usage under tough condition with low temperature between -8 to -19C. With it's fast aperture, easy to obtain fast focusing under dim light especially indoors such as inside temple. Image quality is good with referring to digital film output on a full frame camera body in field use. Problems: Came across losting EXIF information on 3 shots (i.e. total 6 pictures) with > 800 x 2 (RAW + JPG) ...

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