When I was a wee lad I followed Ken Rockwell’s website. I always used to salivate over the more expensive Nikon lenses as I puttered around with my kit lens on the D90, a crappy 70-300mm tele that ended up stolen, and at long last at the end of high school an 80-200mm F2.8 AF-D.
The one lens I was always super excited to try was the 135mm F2 DC. Often called “the” portraiture lens, it’s a relic from the bad old days of film photography in 1990 when men were men and Nikon still made lenses out of metal and used the old style screw autofocus. Continue reading Fun and Focus with the Nikon 135mm F2 DC AF-D