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|Filter thread||55 mm|
|Dimensions (dxl)||Approx. 2.87 x 3.15" (7.29 x 8.00 cm)|
|Weight||13.76 oz (390 g)|
|Focal length||60 mm|
|Camera mount type||Nikon F|
|Format compatibility||Nikon FX/35mm Film
|Minimum focus distance||9.06" (23 cm)|
|Maximum reproduction ratio||1:1|
|Angle of view||26°|
There is some variation in price depending on where you buy this lens but anything around £350-£400 represents good value for money if you are in the market for a genuine macro lens that can also double-up for high-quality general-purpose photography.
True 1:1 macro ratio
Average AF performance
I have had this lens for a while. It produces fabulously sharp images and is a joy to use. The internal focussing means that as you focus closer, you don't need to get as close to the object as you do with non-internal focussing lenses.
I use this lens for studio work requiring good definition for web site photos where my zoom lenses although good were not quite up to it. Value for money prime lenses are better as you have to pay a lot for a comparable zoom.
Consistent Output, Quick Focus, Sharp Focus, Strong Construction
If you want to get into macro photography without spending big bucks then this could be the lens for you. Excellent sharpness, large focus ring for easy manual focus adjustments and the large maximum aperture of F2 makes it an ideal portrait lens on a crop sensor DSLR.
I bought this lens a few weeks ago which I have used for portraits mainly.<br />The lens is well designed love the idea of manual focusing without having to change the mode to manual.
Consistent Output, Easily Interchangeable, Lightweight