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  1. Nikon AF 10.5mm f2.8 DX IF-ED Lens

    An important addition to the DX Nikkor lens lineup, the first fisheye lens designed specifically for digital SLR photography is also the first to achieve a full-frame 180 degree picture angle.

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  2. Nikon AF 14mm f2.8 ED

    High performance, ultra-wideangle lens for photojournalism. Hybrid aspherical lens elements and ED glass elements for high-resolution and high-contrast images.

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  3. Nikon AF 18-35mm f3.5-4.5 D

    Portable ultra-wideangle zoom lens.

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  4. Nikon AF 300mm f4 IF-ED

    High optical performance even with a teleconverter attached,  ED glass elements for high-resolution and high-contrast images

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  5. Nikon AF 50mm f1.8 D

    • Incredibly sharp fixed 50mm lens at an inexpensive cost.  Fantastic for low light and portraiture photography, the fast aperture also allows plenty of scope for depth of field adjustments. 
    • A classic lens to include alongside the standard zoom.  

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  6. Nikon AF 85mm f1.4 D IF

    Fast 85mm lens with a maximum aperture of f/1.4 Newly developed optical system realizes high picture quality and high performance.

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  7. Nikon AF 85mm f2.8 D PC Micro

    • 85mm medium telephoto lens with tilt and shift mechanism and macro capability.
    • Versatile micro lens for photomicrography, forensic, flora, flat-field copy, as well as candids and landscape photography.
    • Continuous focusing from infinity to half life-size (1:2).

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  8. Nikon AF-S 10-24mm f3.5-4.5 G DX ED

    The Nikkor AF-S 10-24mm DX ED is an ultra-wide lens designed for Nikon's DX format bodies. Great for landscapes and indoor scenes where space is limited, the lens features Extra-low Dispersion and Aspherical glass elements to reduce aberrations and distortions, and features a built-in Silent Wave Motor for fast and silent autofocus performance.

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Ted's Sharing your love of Photography

How'd they do that?
"Sunrise on the Mt." By Joel Strickland

Tips from the photographer

  • Get up early, the light at sunrise can be amazing.
  • Act quick, the light isn’t like this for long.
  • Shoot raw, it helps to capture the full colour range.

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