You can never go wrong with a Nikon

 Nikon needs no introduction to the camera world. The line up of Nikon full frame camera is simply impressive. Got a few list of the best lenses nikon full frame telephoto lenses.

Zeiss 21mm f/2.8 Distagon

  • Category: Wide angle
  • Weight: 21.2 oz.
  • What we like: Very sharp and almost no distortion.
  • What we don’t: Manual focus isn’t for everyone.

Zeiss is creating different breed when it comes to lenses. Most of the lenses released are manual focus yet offer the best and finest optics out there today. Distagon is extraordinarily sharp going all the way to the corners, almost no trace of distortion and has impressive contrast.

Nikon 28-300mm f/3.5.5.6G

  • Category: All-in-one
  • Weight: 28.2 oz.
  • What we like: Extremely versatile and a good value.
  • What we don’t: Distortion and softness, particularly at the ends.

When looking for a lens that is very versatile then Nikon 28-300mm is the one for you. The popularity of all in one lens for Nikon’s DX-format cameras, the 28-300mm VR was made especially for FX and is currently the only all in one lens that you can use for a full frame.

Nikon 50mm f/1.4G

  • Category: Travel/portrait
  • Weight: 9.9 oz.
  • What we like: Excellent low light performance.
  • What we don’t: Barrel distortion.

For portrait use, the Nikon 50mm would the best for FX-format prime. This lens performs extremely well in low light and has very fast autofocus and impressive bokeh.

Nikon 35mm f/1.8

  • Category: Travel/portrait
  • Weight: 10.8 oz.
  • What we like: Cheaper and lighter than the Sigma 35mm f/1.4.
  • What we don’t: Slower and a lot of plastic in the build.

Nikon 35mm should be one of the best for FX. This lens is of the lightest out there, it offers great sharpness and fast autofocus.

Nikon 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G

  • Category: Telephoto
  • Weight: 26.3 oz.
  • What we like: Long zoom range and low cost.
  • What we don’t: Low light performance and distortion.

The Nikon 70-300mm VR is very excellent considering the budget for a telephoto lens. This lens will give you sharp images throughout its long zoom, vibration reduction covering up to four stops, also has a silent wave motor that can focus quickly.

Nikon 105mm f/2.8G

  • Category: Macro
  • Weight: 25.4 oz.
  • What we like: Versatile and sharp.
  • What we don’t: Heavy for a prime lens.

Nikon 105mm should be one of the favorites when it comes to macro lenses. It has a very minimum focusing distance of over 12 inches and has impressive sharpness. This lens can handle a wide scale of full frame that a macro needs.

Summary:  Your camera and lens can do so much. Without dedication, it will be hard for you to achieve the results you really want.

 

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