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AF Nikkor 28-100mm f1:3.5-5.6G - Sample Photos


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This is a 1990s(?) kit lens designed for 35mm SLRs but also usable on digital cameras that support the older type of autofocus mechanism.Controls are minimal, just a zoom ring and a tiny ridge just behind the filter mount for manual focus. Since it's a G lens there is no aperture control. There is no distance indication on the lens.Silver and black versions were available.

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Sorry - forgot to link to the test photos I took with this lens on a D90

 

Nikon AF Nikkor 28-100 Test | Flickr

 

Some examples (size reduced)

 

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