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Discussion in 'Nikon Lenses' started by D7K, Aug 31, 2019.

  1. jaomul

    jaomul Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Cool out. That recovery on the first one is amazing


     
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  2. D7K

    D7K This is the right time.. Supporting Member

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    It’s a real beastly setup on the D850 for sure!


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    shadowlands No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Congrats!!! Impressive results, for sure!!!
     
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    Which to my best knowledge was the only time any zoom ever archieved this.
     
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    Derrel Mr. Rain Cloud

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    yes I think that might be the only zoom lens I have ever heard of that was substantially better than multiple prime lenses from several manufacturers. A few years back one of the hard-core landscape sites tested it against hand-picked or cherry-picked samples of various wide angle lenses from Zeiss,Canon,and Nikon....The 14 to 24 f/2.8 from Nikon out-performed several exceptionally good wide-angle primes from three of the leading makers of lenses. Quite an accomplishment… There was a time when the 14 to 24 Nikon was a highly, highly coveted lens... that was several years ago, and almost everyone who wanted one has been able to get one since then. Part of the reason is that a good wide-angle lens is difficult to design, and the 14 to 24 was a 21st century design, and not the
    a design that was 30, 40, or 50 years of age.
     
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    Good for you, the 14~24 F2.8G is a beast. Mine gets lots of use, in fact I don't know if I could do without it. Odd though, back in the film era, 14mm was considered way too wide, how times have changed LOL.
     
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