Hi everyone! I know there's no such thing as "the perfect lens", and I know Nikon's lineup comprises dozens of lenses. However, I think there are some empty spaces in their lineup, lenses that at least in my opinion surprisingly aren't there. I'll give just a few examples of lenses I'd like Nikon to manufacture: More DX primes. 35mm 1.8 and 85mm 3.5 VR Micro are good starts, but they are not enough. How about: 60mm f/2 DX Micro (VR?) 28mm f/2 DX 20mm f/2.8 DX 16mm f/2.8 DX 14mm f/2.8 or f/4 DX It's funny there aren't any ultra wide angle primes for APS-C cameras. A wide angle zoom for DX format. For the moment, Nikon only offers two kinds of wide angle zooms for APS-C cameras: ultra-wide zooms like 10-24mm 3.5-4.5 DX and standard mid-wide-to-mid-telephoto zooms like 18-105mm 3.5-5.6 DX. As I'm not too keen on using extremely wide focals and thus not willing to pay for them, I'd suggest a sharp, versatile and not too expensive 14-28mm f/4 DX (VR?) or a 15-30mm f/4 DX (VR?) for landscape photography. Landscape photographers with a tight budget would surely love one of these! I know Nikon just launched the 16-35mm f/4 VR. The range and the aperture sound fine to me, but there's no point in buying it since it's for full frames (I have a D80) and it costs accordingly. What about you? What lenses would you like Nikon to have but surprisingly it doesn't?