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Without shifting, sharpness is quite good when stopped down to f/8 or f/11. Sharpness when fully shifted is acceptable on reduced-frame sensors such as that found in the Nikon D70, but blurry on full-frame sensors.
Nikon 28mm f/4 PC-Nikkor Hot spots
Hot spot behavior is excellent, perhaps exemplary, though field use might prove otherwise if direct sunlight strikes the front element.
Nikon 28mm f/4 PC-Nikkor backfocus
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