The Nikon AF 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5 D is a standard lens for FF and APS-C, manufactured from 1999 to 2008 (discontinued). The focus is done by In-camera AF motor, it does not have image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 140 €;
44 users have given it an average vote of 9.4 out of 10.
This lens is available with the following mounts:
Nikon F: this lens is compatible with reflex fullframe and APS-C Nikon.
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Pros:Versatility, weight and footprint contained, macro function, color and tonal passage yield, full-opening good, a blade in the center closing a stop to all the focal points on D850, very good edges from f6.3 to f11
Cons:They don't do it anymore!
Opinion:Another superb lens along with his younger brother 28-70 f3.5-4.5 d.A lens that does everything right and you can take yourself anywhere. It's a shame they don't do it anymore. For the price you can find used is given away. Do you want to take a portrait? From 85 to 105 a ta is perfect. You want to do reportage: from 35 to 50 is perfect at ta and even better closed by 1/2 stop. Do you want to make landscape? Close between f 6.3 and f11 and you're good to go. You want to do macro: close from f6.3 to f8 and you're good to go. To be moved by how honest this lens is in every respect.
Pros:Excellent optical quality from f5.6, very light, low price, size, all-rounder range, excellent macro function, analog colors.
Cons:Noisy autofocus, not very sharp TA
Opinion:Target purchased for less than 100 euros for high optical quality in relation to price. I was very impressed: used particularly for landscaping; from f/5.6 becomes very sharp, from f8 to f13 from the best. The range of focals is perfect as a handyman and the distortion is almost non-existent especially at 28mm. The autofocus is quite fast and reliable but not quiet, even in Manual Focus you can hear the noise of the gears so not suitable for video. For the price is really very sharp on the whole frame, it loses just a little at the extreme corners but it absolutely does not affect the image. The vignette is present but in my view you can also leave because it does not hurt. Absent aberrations. Flare present only in direct backlight of the Sun. Overall it is a lens that I highly recommend especially for the possibility of making macros at very close distance and range of focals up to 105 that does not make you regret the lack of 24 mm.
Opinion:It's definitely one of the BEST ZOOM i ZOOM i've ever done Nikon. I tested it at home and out against other 35, 50, 85mm fixed lenses and zooms. It has the build quality of the 90s, the macro function, it is small and light. The surprising thing that leaves you stunned is that at the same diaphragm it is brighter than the other zooms! Great resolution, sharpness at the edges, colors. Along with the model 24-85mm IF 2.8-4 I find is the only really noteworthy zoom. Perfect also on APS-C
Cons:If he had the 24th... But really for what it gives you, no flaw.
Opinion:Compact, sharp, 9 diaphragm blades, resistant to flare, light, versatile, macro 1:2... There really isn't much more to say, a little gem. If you really want to find him a "defect" (in quotes) it stops at 28 and does not drop to 24. Being a lover of grandangles, those 4 mm less for me would have made a substantial difference. For the rest we are faced with a project really well done at a paltry cost. On digital goes great. The macro function is really... Macro! It works great and provides excellent results (obviously taking on the 1:2 ratio - for the 1:1 there are more specialized lenses).
Opinion:I was looking for a zoom all-rounder and, after documenting and collecting opinions and tests, I found and then took to Japan (used at 95 euros with shipping included) this Nikkor AF 28-105mm f/3,5-4.5 D; pair it with a Sony Alpha 7 using an adapter ring. Although I have never particularly loved zoom lenses, this is a remarkable opticthat has blown me away. Excellent sharpness, practically throughout the excursion, very low chromatic aberration, distortion or absent or limited to 28mm. The 1:2 macro feature is another really remarkable bonus for the quality that can be obtained from such a lens. Amazing what they have managed to do and to bring together in one goal.
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