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Reader Comment: Using the Nikon 19mm f/4E ED PC-E

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Nikon PC Nikkor 19mm f/4E ED PC-E

See reviews of tilt/shift lenses in DAP.

Michael Erlewine writes:

Of course, I am fascinated by the articles on the Nikon 19mm tilt/shift lens, although I am still trying to get a handle on what is the best prescription or recipe for using this lens properly.

Hopefully, at some point, you will list out the steps we must be aware. I can’t just fun out and buy one, because of the price, but if I do I will credit it to you.

How does this lens approximate a medium format experience and how does it not? I would think that many people might want to have this lens, but for me, I need to have a little more information about how to use it properly and avoid its pitfalls. I imagine you are still figuring this out. Must be fun.

DIGLLOYD: I’ve stubbed out a page in my review of the Nikon 19mm f/4E ED PC-E on which I intend to summarize best practices for using it. But I need to spend a week or two with it to nail down some particulars and good field examples. In the meantime, the series discuss the behavior and that is itself some guidance.

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