Nikon introduced the D750, the first full-frame DSLR to feature a tilting LCD and built-in Wi-Fi, in September 2014. In this in-depth review Shun Cheung discusses the ins and outs of this new offering...
This is an expensive high-quality lens that focusses continuously down to 1:1
(i.e., you can take a picture of something that is 24x36mm in size, the
dimensions of the standard 35mm frame). The lens has an
ultrasonic motor that allows manual focusing even in AF mode.
However, I found that the brand new lens I borrowed from my friend Rob was not
able to reliably AF at all, even at normal distances of 10-12 feet. It worked
great as a manual focus lens, though. The lens comes with a tripod collar and
works with the 1.4X and 2X teleconverters.
14 elements, 12 groups
0.48m (1.5 ft)
186.6 mm (7-3/8 in.)
1090 g (38.2 oz)
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