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March 09, 2008

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Roo

I bought one the other week too, my local shop ahd it for a very good price and my current widest was 20mm so I went for it. So far it's been perfect, not a single complaint about image quality or focussing. The size/weight doesn't bother me too much, it's just part of the package. I was tempted by the 12-24 and 17-35, in the end I thought I'd just go for the best, I usually regret it if I don't!

I've yet to touch the front element, when I start noticing a decrease in image quality I'll give it a clean.

Seb Rogers

Hey Roo,

If you haven't had to clean it yet you're obviously not getting in close enough ;-)

Tom Carter

I'm not even worried about water and mud. I'm worried about scratching the hell out of it. I'm a travel and street photog, and am worried sick about this. I don't know what Nikon was thinking not allowing filters.

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