14 2.8 af ed

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Would you pay $550 for a clean copy? I am still shooting DX and have a 16-35f4. GH
 
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I use my 14mm F2.8 AF ED quite often on both my D300 and my D700. $550 for a clean copy is a bargain and should be jumped before someone else does. My opinion is it's a great lens that can work with older film cameras as well as newer Nikon digital cameras with screwdrive AF. If I didn't already have one that I paid around $1,500 new back when they first came out I would love to get one for $550.
 
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I guess it is cheap enough. but I was not one bit impressed with that lens and even less with its price tag.
 
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It has a poor performance record on higher MP cameras, but you could certainly sell it for a profit as they go for about $1,000 on the used markets, even with it's reputation.

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