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| p.2 #11 · Ultimate Zeiss lens for Nikon? |
Nikon 28mm f2.8 AIS.
<$300, super close focus, awesome image quality, small size.
OH WAIT....... you said Zeiss.
So you WANT to pay $2000 for limiting returns.
In that case, I don't see the point of getting any Zeiss that doesn't give you something you can't already get with Nikon, for a reasonable price.
21/2.8 = 14-24, but without AF and no range.
25/2 = 14-24 with more DoF control.
28/2 = Nikon had the 28/1.4 which is expensive and stellar, although can be troublesome to find and/or repair if needed.
35/2 = I'm sorry, you might all hate me for this, but i fail to see the point in buying an expensive alt 35/2, when there are good AF versions available that are half the size and half the cost. At the very least, if you want an alt 35, get a 1.4, or a f2 that is small.
35/1.4 = This is an expensive zeiss I can get behind. I mean yeah it costs a grip, but isn't the Nikkor AF-S a disappointment?
50/2 = I have no attraction to this lens whatsoever, so I know nothing about it. I don't even spend enough time to have feelings about it.
85/? = don't they make an expensive nikon mount 85? Who knows, I never see anybody talk about it. Get a Nikkor 85. They are great.
100/2 MP = From everything I've read and heard, this is a fantastic lens.
135/2 = Who cares.