I am confused by Nikon's own literature regarding warnings for the use of the AF-S 17-35 f/2.8D IF-ED, AF 20-35 f/2.8D, and the AF-S 28-70 f/2.8D IF-ED.
Nikon is warning of vignetting problems at the wide angle end of the lens.
Can someone explain why this would be a problem with the D100 and not any of their regular film cameras? In fact, the problem should be worse with the film cameras given that the negative size is larger. I would expect any vignetting of these lenses to fall outside the smaller CCD sensor area (compared with film).