Nikon 40mm f/2.8 G DX Micro-NIKKOR Review – Is it a Good Macro Lens?

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If there is one thing that photographers love almost as much as actually taking photographs, it has to be checking out the latest/greatest photography gear. There is just something that is so enjoyable about finding the best cameras, lenses and other gear that most of us could literally spend all day comparing and contrasting the latest photography gear online; if we only had time to do so.

As nice as it is to read an online macro photography lens review, though, it sure would be nice if we could all get our hands on top rated macro lenses, like the Nikon 40mm f/2.8 G DX Micro-NIKKOR. Well, we can’t get one of these lenses in your hand right now, but we can offer you the next, best thing. Check out this video review to see if this Nikon lens is the right lens for your macro photography needs…


We make it a point to check out all the best macro photography lessons, tutorials and reviews each day. We have to admit, though, that Toby really went above and beyond the call of duty when he put this Nikon 40mm f/2.8 G DX Micro-NIKKOR review together. Don’t you think he did a great job at showing all the ins and outs, features and specs of this macro lens?

Perhaps the biggest selling point of this macro photography lens is the fact that it is very affordable. It is often difficult to find a lens that gives you all the features you would like to have for less than a thousand bucks. The Nikon 40mm f/2.8 G DX Micro-NIKKOR, however, offers you the most essential macro lens features and sells for less than $300. And for all you get from this lens, we have to admit that is a very fair price indeed!

Do you want to let your photography buddies know how this macro lens stacks up? If so, all you need to do is to click on the Share button on this post!

You can read more about the Nikon 40mm macro lens here –

You may also be interested in our previous post on how you can use the reverse lens technique to get closer to your macro subject –

How To Reverse A Lens For Macro Photography Video

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