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|Dimensions (dxl)||Approx. 3.3 x 4.2" (8.38 x 10.67 cm)|
|Weight||1.64 lb (745 g)|
|Filter thread||77 mm|
|Maximum reproduction ratio||1:4.5|
|Format compatibility||Nikon FX/35mm Film
|Camera mount type||Nikon F|
|Angle of view||104° - 62°
DX Picture Angle: 79° - 44°
|Focal length||17 - 35 mm|
|Minimum focus distance||11.02" (28 cm)|
I have been using it with D850 a couple of months now and I am pretty satisfied with its performance, sharpness, colors particularly in landscape. For street photography at 2.8 edges are little soft but from 4.5 and above pretty well performing. Would definitely recommend to others.
My recent purchase for this lens is fantastic. It was described as "good" condition and it fully meets my expectations when it arrived. Just come cosmetic wear and tear under normal use. Frond and rear lens groups are clear and free from scratches, molds and oil.
the lens served me well for almost 9 years. I've sold it already after a made a lot of money using this lens. everything was perfect, the AF, sharpness, and ergonomic. the sad thing is i dropped it. for years it worked fine, until the AF-S motor start causing the focusing ring stuck a little bit.
Super sharp. an almost perfect lens
never drop an AF-S lens! even if the lens barrel is metal and very tough, the inside motor will be damaged
I am a serious hobbyist and purchased this lens new in 2005 for use with a D700. Presently with a D800E. I use it for landscapes, architecture - especially interior - and interior social events. At its widest it is soft at the edges.
I picked up my first copy of this lens in 2006, and I can say without a doubt, this lens defined my photographic style. In 2016, after having shot with this lens almost on a daily basis, I dropped it, and it would prove too expensive to fix.
To me the mark of a great lens is a lens that you wind up using a lot. The AF-S 17-35mm is such a lens. I bought mine in 1999--19 years ago! I moved to it from the fine 20-35, looking to it for a wider angle and a closer close focus. I have never been disappointed with those features.
As soon as the D1 was announced I sold my 20-35mm and got the 17-35mm. It's got a closer focus, which is very handy. It's a very durable lens, having been dragged throughout the world for architectural and landscape images. It is my default lens 80% of the time on my DSLRs.
This is my "go to" lens - it's on my camera (D850) most of the time. I use it for landscapes and street photography with excellent results even at full aperture. I most recently used it to take existing light shots of a live band at night with great results.
Seems to have some issues. Have had this lens for about 5-6 years. Stopped focusing. Just got it back from Nikon. Needed a new af motor and some other parts. $600 bill!
I've been using this lens with my D200, D300, D300S, D3 and now my D850 for a total of 11 years and remain satisfied with its performance. This camera has produced some of my favorite landscape photos as well as making some photos for an interior decorator possible. It's high quality and versatile.