Discussion in 'Nikon Lenses' started by D7K, Aug 31, 2019.
Cool out. That recovery on the first one is amazing
It’s a real beastly setup on the D850 for sure!
Sent from my mobile device because I’m either outside or too lazy to get my MacBook..
Congrats!!! Impressive results, for sure!!!
Which to my best knowledge was the only time any zoom ever archieved this.
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.
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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