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|Weight||1.78 lb (807 g)|
|Filter Thread||Front: 67 mm|
|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 3.17 x 4.06" (80.5 x 103 mm)|
|Format Compatibility||Nikon FX/35mm Film|
|Angle of View||25°|
|Minimum Focus Distance||1.44' (44 cm)|
|Maximum Reproduction Ratio||1:2|
|Aperture||Maximum: f/2Minimum: f/22|
|Camera Mount Type||Nikon F|
Bought this lens primarily for macro product photography with my Nikon D810. Build quality of the lens is superb, and the images are very sharp and clear with great color and no vignetting. I am very pleased with this lens.
Wow! I cannot say enough about this lens. Zeiss 100mm Milvus ZF.2 Macro lens for Nikon is the bomb! I use it with the D90 and D750 with excellent results. Wonderful colors and shadows. The lens has a solid and balanced feel. I recommend a tripod and cable or wireless shutter release.
Beautifully designed, masterful build quality and outstanding image quality. Very pleasant to use with very smooth manual focussing ring. The ring is large and easy to find while composing an image in the viewfinder.
Agree almost completely with MAD USA REVIEW, albeit have only limited experience with Canon and Hasselblad cameras and have been using the D810 with the Zeiss Milvus 100mm mostly sporadically.
Very impressed with the sharpness and build quality of this lens!!
This is the finest Micro lens you will ever own. Zeiss lenses are the best money can buy.
Exquisite optics and build. I've never owned a sharper lens. Expensive, but worth every penny.
If you can justify the cost, and are okay with manual focus, the image quality on this lens is world class. I have experience using the latest and highest quality medium format (Mamiya + Hasselblad) gear along with the highest resolution digital backs, and this lens produces results similar to that...
Zeiss Milvus 100mm Makro & Nikon D810 I began taking pictures in 1978 with a friend's camera. One of the things that I discovered early on was that his Contax RTS camera with Zeiss lenses looked as good or better than any 35mm camera system available at that time.