Nikon Z 35/1.8 S - hard to find a well centered copy?

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Ernie Misner
Ernie Misner Veteran Member • Posts: 7,462
Re: Nikon Z 35/1.8 S - hard to find a well centered copy?

" The first 35 was probably a keeper if I wasn't intending to use it for wide field astrophotography and if I wasn't additionally annoyed at Amazon for their ridiculous packing. "

Do you think it was actually Amazon that did the packing or the camera store where the lens came from? That seems so totally unacceptable. Here in the USA I usually order from B&H and hope they don't start doing that. Thanks for the informative tests and information. Good to see the link to Jim K's test info again as well.

I noticed where Jim said "the camera doesn't have to be perfectly square to the target" or something similar. That surprised me, did it you?

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