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Have you been looking to expand your photographic vision lately? One way to do that is to put a new piece of glass on the front of your camera. We’ve recently come into possession of some unique Nikon lens choices that will make you look at the world differently.
Nikon PC-E Micro Nikkor 45mm f/2.8G ED
$1,550.00 ($1,899.00 new)
This Perspective Control Nikkor lens is like new and a seriously fun lens to use. Its high-quality Nikkor glass ensures beautiful images. While it’s certainly a great tool for architectural Nikon shooters, anyone will enjoy using this lens to create unique images:
Nikon AF-S Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8G ED
$1,500.00 ($1,886.95 new)
This fast standard zoom is a fantastic lens for photojournalists and street photographers. It’s usable on both DX and FX mounts, and contains Extra-low Dispersion elements that combat chromatic aberration.
Nikon Fisheye AF Nikkor 16mm f/2.8D
$665.00 ($899.00 new)
The pure joy of shooting in fisheye should be enough to get you interested in this lens. Its fast aperture allows you to shoot with it at higher shutter speeds, making it an ideal lens for extreme sports photography. It captures fantastic colors and its built-in lens hood assures you won’t get lens glare. Check out some sample images taken with this nutty lens:
Nikon AF-S Nikkor 50mm f/1.4G
$379.99 ($479.00 new)
This super-fast prime lens is the perfect lens for candids and photographers who are learning the ropes. Its classic focal length and fast aperture make it a perfect candidate as a DX-format portrait lens, and its Silent Wave Motor ensures quick, quiet autofocus.
$100.00 ($179.00 new)
Want to achieve a tilt-shift effect with your DSLR but for a fraction of the cost? The Lensbaby Composer is a good substitute. Pop this on the front of your lens, choose your magnetically applied constant aperture, set your camera to aperture priority, and go to town. See what this little thing can do: