Nikon AFS 16-35mm f/4 G ED VR Lens Review and Hands-on | Simplyelectronics.net

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Check out the World’s first Hands-on and Video Review of the New Nikkor AFS 16-35mm f/4 G ED VR Ultra wide angle zoom lens. Paired with our trusty Nikon D700, we take this lens out to see if its up to scratch. The range of the lens is new and never before seen in Nikon’s line up so its pretty exciting stuff! Check www.simplyelectronics.net for more gadgets and reviews

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  1. I just got my lens. What I found on it? Cheap, sick lens. Cheap because it's plastic and this time nikon gives a cheap sack for the lens. Sick because it is sick, did she mention the distance scale for the lens. No wonder so many claim the sharpest lens, no way. I went right away to test the lens and is not sharp at all for the price. I have a d810 and the results make me sick, not even one picture came sharp, I mean, sharp. No, not to me. Sunday I will deside. Keep it or send it back, for now all I can think is, I hate it.

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  2. Between the music, the caressing and soothing/alluring voice and demeanor, this was a somewhat surrealistic experience for me. Somehow takes me back to a mushroom farm I visited in the 80's.

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  3. Be aware that buying from this Hong Kong based company can result in no goods being sent and no refund ever coming back to you. They have done this to a huge number of people and a quick search will show you you should never buy from them. This message will no doubt be removed soon.

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  4. Nikon finally got a lens that beginners will be happy shooting in bright outdoors.

    Once beginners become advanced they will found out it's 1 Stop slower.

    FYI: IS & VR are useless if your subject moves.

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  5. @otterwesen btw i have to excuse my abuse of the word pro, since also a 18-55 plastic lens can be used professionally as long as the person shooting it makes money off the resulting pictures 😉

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  6. @rhowell5 since when are pro lenses made of plastic? pro wide angle zooms would be the venerable 17-35/2.8 or the newer 14-24/2.8… note the speed on those, too… 😉

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