Nikon 20-35mm f/2.8D IF Autofocus Nikkor Review Round-Up


If you own or have used this lens, let us know what you think! Leave your comments and thoughts below.

Thom Hogan

My first two cars cost less than this lens. An F100 body costs less than this lens [now that it’s only available used, that’s no longer true]. You’re already carrying a heavy camera body (N90s, F4, F5), are you sure you want to nearly double the weight? Ever tried to buy a 77mm circular polarizer? Expect to pay US$100-150 for a good one. And you won’t find one of these at any old photo store. Even my favorite local pro shop doesn’t always have them in stock. Yup, that’s right, a US$1600 lens with no DOF scale. Instead, you get this nifty cut-it-out-of-the-manual-and-assemble-it-yourself scale. Right, and where exactly do I carry this flimsy excuse of a tool? Of course, at 20mm and f/22 focused at 2 feet, infinity is still within the circle of confusion! Build. is solid. Heck, mine survived a full on rock attack. Performance, once state-of-the-art, is now just really good. “¦ READ FULL REVIEW

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Ken Rockwell

The 17-35mm f/2.8 AF-S is more convenient for close and manual focusing, however the 20-35mm is a little smaller, just as sharp and much less expensive. The results from either are wonderful for most uses, so if cost is an issue by all means consider the 20-35mm. “¦ READ FULL REVIEW

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