answers: 9

  1. Ishtar
    20.04.2017

    Normal lens, nothing special. Heavy in hand. Pleasant bokeh. It would be better to reverse the position of the zoom ring and focus.

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    • Gonzaga
      21.04.2017

      Nice photos! Ishtar, you are a great fellow! I liked the lens.

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      • Oleg
        22.04.2017

        Yes, well done girl. We constantly see her in the reviews of Arcadia

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  2. Oleg
    21.04.2017

    Still not a bad lens

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  3. Eugene
    24.03.2021

    Hi all!
    Which lens will perform better on the Nikon d700 - Nikon AF 28-200 / 3.5-5.6 D or Tokina AT-X AF Aspherical 24-200 1: 3.5-5.6?

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  4. Steve
    28.11.2022

    Can you explain to me the function of the switch on the aperture ring (on the Nikon F mount version)? I believe it locks the aperture ring and enables the autofocus mode of the lens when showing the green dot. Otherwise the aperture ring is free to turn. Part of the reason I am asking is because I have this lens and it does not work properly on my camera (D810). Autofocus does not work and the lens transmits no lens data (like focal length and aperture) to the camera. thanks.

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    • B. R. P.
      28.11.2022

      Quote from the review: The lens has a manual aperture ring. To be able to control the aperture value from the camera or to automatically set the aperture on modern CZKs, you need to turn the control ring to F / 22 and fix it with a special switch located to the right of the aperture marks. The F / 22 value and the latch mark are specially highlighted in green for their alignment. If this is not done, then on a number of cameras, the display will show an error – 'fEE' (aperture ring not installed).

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      • Steve
        19.12.2022

        thanks. I did that (aperture set to f/22 and locked with switch on lens). But it still does not transmit any data (focal length and aperture) to the camera, and it does not autofocus. However, when I first tried the lens on my camera, for the first two test photos I took, it did autofocus and communicate with camera. So that is evidence that it should be able to work with my camera. But now it is like the lens has broken somehow. This change has me wondering if the electronics in the lens has somehow been damaged. For example, if I accidentally forgot to turn off the camera while changing the lens, could that have been the cause? Is this lens really that fragile? That would surprise me, but it is the only thing I can think of.

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      • B. R. P.
        19.12.2022

        You're right. It's most likely an electronics failure. You will receive the exact answer in the service.

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