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4.134 inches

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I have a Nikon 105mm 1:2.8 serial #200964. I'm


Nikon makes or has made several different 105mm 1:2.8 lenses, including an AF-S model and an AF-D model, as well as older manual-focus varieties.
Somewhere on the lens it will say "Nikon" or "Nikkor" along with "105mm" and "1:2.8". There should be additional text along with that. Your best bet is to include all of that in your description of the lens.

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My sigma 105 lens do not go to f2.8. it reaches only f3. tanx. macario sakay


If this is the Sigma 28-105mm f/2.8-4.0 as in the title, then the maximum aperture will vary with the focal length. It is probably only 2.8 when the focal length is zoomed to 28mm. It will be 4 at 105mm, and at focal lengths in between it will be in between.

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I am going to purchase Nikon D90. Which kind of lens is primarily required for me- one 18-105mm or two lenses consisting of one 18-55mm and another 55-200mm ?


That's up to you. All three of them are fine lenses. The 18-105mm covers a useful range by itself and makes for a wonderful "walking about" lens. But it only goes up to 105mm. If you want a longer lens to take pictures of things farther away, it won't do it.

The 18-55mm and 55-200mm together cover a longer range. The downside is that it's two lenses, so it's more you have to carry around and you will lose some time changing between them.

There are other combinations. I personally have the 18-105mm and the 70-300mm, which gives me more reach than the 200mm. Nikon also has an 18-200mm lens, which in one lens covers the range you're considering with two lenses.

As I said first, the decision is yours. Only you know how much range you need for the pictures you want to take, how much weight you're willing to carry, and possibly most important, how much money you're willing to spend.

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Someone asked me to take photos with my Nikon D90. I have the 18-105mm lens that I got with it. Is this able to take 'wide angle' photos?? I know there are special lenses made specifically for wide...


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Sigma User Manual for 105mm f2.8 Macro


Hi there,

Well you can please follow the link below to get your manual -

http://www.dphotojournal.com/sigma-105mm-f28-ex-dg-macro-reviews-sample-photos/

(click on the manual tab and then click on - Download Sigma 105mm f/2.8 EX DG Macro User Manual (PDF – 67kb), thats it)

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My nikon d60 does not recognize my sigma 105mm lens


Hi I had a similar problem with a 50mm prime and I fixed it by locking the aperture ring on the lens in place.

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Camera will not take picture with nikkor 105mm lens


Check if the lens is properly mounted. If still you get the error message, clean the electrical contacts between the lens and the camera using an eraser. Take care not to let any dust fall into the body. Attach the lens and try.

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