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|Filter thread||77 mm|
|Dimensions (dxl)||Approx. 3.3 x 4.2" (8.38 x 10.67 cm)|
|Weight||1.4 lb (635 g)|
|Maximum reproduction ratio||1:2|
|Format compatibility||Nikon FX/35mm Film
|Focal length||85 mm|
|Angle of view||28°
DX Picture Angle: 18°
|Tilt/shift||Shifts ± 11.5mm
Tilt ± 8.5°
|Minimum focus distance||1.3' (39.62 cm)|
|Camera mount type||Nikon F|
Most people are probably buying the newer E version of this lens, but since there are still some showing up used, I'll add my review. The E version is said to be a little better but this is a hard act to follow, as the older model is bitingly sharp and well behaved.It's not that easy to use, heavy...
They don't tilt or swing as much as a large format camera, of course, but offer a nice alternative for the digital shooter of architecture and products.
This lens is awesome. I've been away from Nikon for several years using the Canon 5Dll and 5Dlll, and missed my Nikon lenses! Using it on the new Nikon D810
Bought this in 2009 for tricky product macros. It is not the E version but then that is something that I don't need and I'm glad I have the can't go wrong version. The only downside in handling is that you can't shift and tilt in the same axis, unless you change that.
beautifully built, IQ amazing, very nice focus ring. very flexible
can't tilt and shift independently. only 1:2 Macro
I am a big fan of tilt-shift lenses, and even though I am primarily an architectural and interior photographer, I also use this lens for studio product photography. To be able to precisely control the plane of sharp focus, easily puts the entire product in focus.
I am still in the test phase, but the lens itself is really well built and very smooth. Pictures are sharp and it's easy to find the focus ring.
I have been using his lens for architcture and product shots and it is excellent. It is one of the two best lenses I own the other is the 24mm PC-E by Nikon. So impressed by these lens' that I am in process of buying the 45mm PC-E as a standard lens.
With this tilt-shift lens you can make miniture time lapse, or pictures. The 9 bladed design creates stunning bokeh.
I first used this lens on a job for a technology client shooting macro shots of very small electronic components. The ability to increase depth-of-field was wonderful and resulted in macro shots on a D800 which were able to be viewed at very large scale pin-sharp.
Consistent Output, Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Rugged, Sharp Focus, Strong Construction
I have Canon and Nikon equipment and use the Canon 24mmTS-E lens a lot so I bought the Nikon tilt and shift to use along side the Canon. Both are brilliant but I use the Nikon more due to it's flexible nature, that is, it is not just a landscape/architecture lens but can be used for a multitude of...
Consistent Output, Rugged, Sharp Focus, Strong Construction