Quantaray 28-90mm f/3.5-5.6 35mm Zoom

Quantaray 28-90mm f/3.5-5.6 35mm Zoom 

DESCRIPTION

Broad versatility and sharpness will make this zoom today's ''standard'' lens. The new increased telephoto range of 90mm, increases coverage of the most popular focal length range from 28mm wide to 90mm mid-range telephoto, this ideal zoom has tele-macro capability for a maximum magnification ratio of 1:4, plus a minimum shooting distance that offers great versitility.

  • Available for Canon, Minolta, Nikon
  • 5 year warranty

  • USER REVIEWS

    Showing 1-5 of 5  
    [May 19, 2019]
    Frasi


    Strength:

    Bought this lens used, not expecting much, just because the 90mm focal, but i must say, this lens is a real sleeper, very shatp at any aperture, nice colors, super fast AF, even in very low light ndve hunts, very clise focussing, and with macro (1: 2.3), as close as 6-7", good bokeh, and 9 blades diaphragm, eccellent IQ, and even decent builtthey go for nearly nothing on Ebay. Not sure is i was lucky and get a nice copy, but do yourself a favore snd get one, you will be pleased.

    Weakness:

    None realky, but if we want to find one i would say could have been a little faster, but it would have costed an srm and a leg.

    Price Paid:
    20
    Purchased:
    Used  
    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    [Sep 10, 2002]
    Todd Willoughby
    Intermediate

    Strength:

    28-90mm!!! inexpensive shoots great pics well balanced and lightweight

    Weakness:

    focuses slow in low light but witch lense dosent?

    i use this lense on my n-65 and my pictures are sharp and clear as can be i used to have the standard nikkor 28-80mm lense and i think the quantaray is alot better lense and takes better pics than the nikkor lense would deff recomend this lense

    Customer Service

    none needed

    Similar Products Used:

    nikkor 28-80mm lense and n-65

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    [Jun 07, 2002]
    MrSelfdestruct
    Casual

    Strength:

    Price, it's cheap Light weight It's glass

    Weakness:

    plastic mount slow focus in low light

    For ninty bucks it not a bad lense. It has a plasitc mount but the rest seems to be put together quite well. The appeture ring I found to be loose and would work it's way out or f22 when in AF. It's very slow to focus in low light or even on a overcast day. My pictures are sharp, especially shots under 10'. In summary it's a good cheap zoom for the new photographer on a buget. What do you want for less than a 100 bucks?

    OVERALL
    RATING
    3
    VALUE
    RATING
    4
    [May 26, 2002]
    Phoenix
    Beginner

    Strength:

    Inexpensive Lightweight/compact Takes good pictures

    Weakness:

    Lightweight/made of plastic (drop it and it's broken) Design (don't like the receded back lens) Not as cool as Nikkor lenses :-)

    A great lens for beginners and experts alike. This is a very decent lens for a very decent price. Very light weight, compact, and responds quickly. I do wish it were a bit "faster", but 3.5f isn't too bad for the price and zoom is suppose. It works very well on my Nikon N80 and I'll continue to purchase the brand.

    Customer Service

    Unknown

    Similar Products Used:

    Vivitar series 1 n/AI manul focus for Nikon

    OVERALL
    RATING
    4
    VALUE
    RATING
    4
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