Nikon 18-35mm f/3.5-4.5D ED-IF AF Nikkor review at SLR Gear

"In the film days, a 18-35mm lens counted as a super wide angle zoom. With the 1.5x crop factor of Nikon's "DX" sensor format, the equivalent 27-52.5mm range only amounts to a range from moderately wide to normal focal length. Still, a zoom lens like the Nikon 18-35mm f/3.5-4.5D ED-IF AF likely offers . . . read more

Nikon AF-S Nikkor 17-35mm f/2.8D ED-IF review at momentcorp

"The good got better, the Nikon 17-35 AF-S f/2.8D ED-IF is one of the sharpest AF zoom lenses ever built. Nikon certainly did their job well when they upgrade this lens from the AF 20-35mm f/2.8D. This is one of my favorite lenses, and its always in my bag. I`ve always been a sucker for wide angle lenses, the wider the better.

For a working pro this is a must have lens. This lens handles everything you throw at it, good contrast, excellent sharpness, and it  . . . read more

Nikon Zoom Nikkor 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED-IF AF-S review at momentcorp

"A big surprise when it was introduced, featuring ED-IF AF-S in a consumer lens, many thought this was just another plastic unusable lens. This lens actually works allot better then what it costs. Giving you sharp images, and featuring 1 ED element, IF and AF-S, for fast focusing.

This lens is highly recommendable, it is a better lens on a FF camera then a DX camera(awkward zoom range on a DX camera).  . . . read more

Nikon AF Zoom Nikkor 70-300mm f/4-5.6D ED review at momentcorp


Price. You get allot for your money with this lens.
Weight. At 515 grams this is a lightweight lens that wont destroy your back on hikes etc.(1 kilo lighter then 80-200 AF-S)
Size. Fits into any backpack, and leaves you a lot of room.

Nikon 70-300mm f/4-5.6D ED AF Nikkor review at SLR Gear

"This lens has been in Nikon's lineup for some time now, and it unfortunately shows in its optical performance. It might have been fine in the days of film, with that medium's lower resolution, but the microscopic pixels of modern DSLRs make higher demands. Stopped down a bit at short and medium . . . read more

Nikon D100 review At Steves Digicams

"The D100's image quality is sure to please. There were very few times that I needed to use anything other than Auto white balance, it works very well, even in mixed lighting situations. The image resolution rivals that of the more expensive dSLRs at a much more affordable price point. It's not going to replace the D1H for capture speed or the D1X for processing power. . . . read more

Nikon D100 Review at DC Resource Page

"Like all of the D-SLR's I've tested (which isn't very many), the Nikon D100 is a superb camera that does whatever you ask of it. Resolution and color is excellent, performance is amazing, and it has nearly every manual control you could dream of. On the downside, it consistently under-exposed images by a stop or two, and images are very soft in the Auto sharpening setting in JPEG format. If you're hung up between the D100, Canon D60, and Fuji S2 Pro, the first thing to consider is which lenses you already own. The S2 Pro is a Nikon body and therefore takes Nikon lenses. If you're new, I really suggest trying them in person, as they all offer excellent performance. Pick the one that you like best -- you really can't go wrong."

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