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Canon user...no idea
Mr. Anthony Ryan
· 03 September 2018
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Yes. Lens Hood lens cap and end cap and drawstring pouch.
Robert S
· 08 May 2018
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DSLR GEAR UK
Seller · 07 August 2017
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Canon user
Mr. Anthony Ryan
· 03 September 2018
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Yes we can deliver but you will need to contact us direct about it.
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Yes we can deliver but you will need to contact us direct about it.
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Yes we can deliver but you will need to contact us direct about it.
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Janet

Digital Depot
Seller · 21 March 2017
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This is how it works with the D810. Set the aperture to the smallest setting, there is no locking button, however the f stops are so positive it probably doesn't need one. All auto function setting then work. Manuel setting are performed through the camera thumb and forefinger wheels. If your Nikon works in the same ma… see more This is how it works with the D810. Set the aperture to the smallest setting, there is no locking button, however the f stops are so positive it probably doesn't need one. All auto function setting then work. Manuel setting are performed through the camera thumb and forefinger wheels. If your Nikon works in the same manner or similar then apart from auto focus which is non-existent on this lens, then it should be fine. see less This is how it works with the D810. Set the aperture to the smallest setting, there is no locking button, however the f stops are so positive it probably doesn't need one. All auto function setting then work. Manuel setting are performed through the camera thumb and forefinger wheels. If your Nikon works in the same manner or similar then apart from auto focus which is non-existent on this lens, then it should be fine.
Robert S
· 03 March 2016
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The quality of the Samyang lenses is said to be very high, however, the D7100 is an APS_C frame size camera which makes the 85mm lens the equivalent of a 127mm fixed focus lens, It will be useful for portraits, in that head and shoulders at close distance is what you'll see at about 2.5 - 4 metres away just to give yo… see more The quality of the Samyang lenses is said to be very high, however, the D7100 is an APS_C frame size camera which makes the 85mm lens the equivalent of a 127mm fixed focus lens, It will be useful for portraits, in that head and shoulders at close distance is what you'll see at about 2.5 - 4 metres away just to give you some idea. It's a fast lens but has no image stabilization, therefore, dependent upon whether you like to use a tripod often and of course your age, will determine which part of the aperture scale you favour the most and of course if it is "Bokeh" you are looking for this lens will provide it. As portrait lenses go, this one is priced in the photographer's favour providing they have the patience to use manual focus, and even with focus confirmation in many situations you will miss lots of shots unless you set and use hyperfocal distances. On the really positive side, it is made very well has great glass and it will make you think carefully of how and when and while you use it. Have fun and astonish yourself and every one else. see less The quality of the Samyang lenses is said to be very high, however, the D7100 is an APS_C frame size camera which makes the 85mm lens the equivalent of a 127mm fixed focus lens, It will be useful for portraits, in that head and shoulders at close distance is what you'll see at about 2.5 - 4 metres away just to give you some idea. It's a fast lens but has no image stabilization, therefore, dependent upon whether you like to use a tripod often and of course your age, will determine which part of the aperture scale you favour the most and of course if it is "Bokeh" you are looking for this lens will provide it. As portrait lenses go, this one is priced in the photographer's favour providing they have the patience to use manual focus, and even with focus confirmation in many situations you will miss lots of shots unless you set and use hyperfocal distances. On the really positive side, it is made very well has great glass and it will make you think carefully of how and when and while you use it. Have fun and astonish yourself and every one else.
Robert S
· 26 July 2016
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Because of the A6000 'crop factor' I.E. (1.5X), the focal length becomes 127.5mm and is similar to a 135mm lens on a full-frame camera?
Drake
· 19 March 2015
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Although this is a great lens, I don't think it would be suitable for a video camera because it is fixed length (no zoom) and manual focus. You should be OK on the vinetting issue though.
Aidan D
· 14 March 2017
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You require the one for Sony E-mount (priced at £294.47 - bottom option) which works very well on my Sony A7.
Mr PW Whitehead
· 27 June 2015