Nikkor lenses have had a stellar reputation for several decades. For good reason, too. Nikon optics are sharp and very well made. The Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G ED is among the best lens of its type. The Basics In full-frame 35mm format, 35mm is one of the most useful focal lengths. Apart from the
The Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 24-70mm f/2.8G ED was released in August 2007 – a fantastic, high-quality workhorse lens, covering the most common zoom range for everyday needs. It’s happy on any Nikon FX (full-frame) and DX (APS-C) DSLRs, with the focal length being 36-105mm on crop sensors. The lens benefits from 15 elements in 11
Nikon has a long legacy of making high-quality lenses. Nikon and NIKKOR optics are well known and appreciated in 35mm film photography, various formats of digital photography, medical tools, enlargement lenses, industrial application optics, large format lenses, and sporting optics such as scopes and binoculars. The NIKKOR 70-200mm f/2.8E FL ED VR is praised by
The Nikon SB-5000 is a top of the line Speedlight for Nikon digital SLRs and film SLRs. It uses i-TTL for exposure control and can be used off-camera singly or in groups of multiple flashes. While it is compatible on-camera with most of Nikon’s current offerings, it is truly at home on professional-level DSLRs and
The Nikon D810 nicely rounds off the brand’s 800-series and is not just a standard upgrade, but features functional upgrades that definitely make it worth buying into. The D800E had bags of raw dynamic range, with the Nikon D810 building on this aspect. Features like ISO 64 mode, electronic front curtain shutter, a new mirror
In 2016, Nikon released its highly anticipated, top-of-the-line flagship DSLR, the Nikon D5. Boasting a 20.8MP full-frame sensor, Expeed 5 processor, and 153–point autofocus system, it’s better than its predecessor, the D4S, with the whole unit built for the working photographer who wants a robust body that can work at high speed all the time.