For the Moment, the 28mm Distagon Doesn’t Leave the Df

Told you so, love the Df and 28mm Distagon — all shots @ ISO 12,800 in the Bangkok of martial law and curfew (BTW, am traveling much these days, please rely on the Rumors and News Feeds for updates of THEME):

(all straight out of camera)

Nikon Df and Zeiss Distagon 28mm F2
Nikon Df and Zeiss Distagon 28mm | Daniel Kestenholz
Nikon Df and Zeiss Distagon 28mm F2
Nikon Df and Zeiss Distagon 28mm | Daniel Kestenholz
Nikon Df and Zeiss Distagon 28mm F2
Nikon Df and Zeiss Distagon 28mm | Daniel Kestenholz
Nikon Df and Zeiss Distagon 28mm
Nikon Df and Zeiss Distagon 28mm | Daniel Kestenholz
Nikon Df and Zeiss Distagon 28mm
Nikon Df and Zeiss Distagon 28mm | Daniel Kestenholz
Nikon Df and Zeiss Distagon 28mm
Nikon Df and Zeiss Distagon 28mm | Daniel Kestenholz




  • Andy Umbo

    Back in the film days, I used to own a Contax system, and the Carl Zeiss lenses were the best I ever owned. The 25mm and 35mm were perfect. I never owned a Nikon 35mm (1.4/2/2.8) that was any good at all. I can imagine, the Zeiss 28mm is right in there…some of my short tele’s and normal had similar quality Nikon and Canon stuff, but the wides were the bomb…

    • … certain Zeiss wides still are the bomb…

  • David Holliday

    i am loving my Df. Just bought a 35mm -105 mm old Nikon manual shift zoom. $50 why not ?