14-24mm f/2.8G ED
Zoom ultra grand-angle à ouverture rapide et haute performance optimisé pour les formats de capteur FX et DX avec verre ED exclusif de Nikon et revêtement Nano Crystal.
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AF-S NIKKOR 14-24mm f/2.8G ED 94 94
The second best lens in the Nikon lineup under $5000 There is not much to say about this lens, except that it is a technological marvel and a photographic gem. The only thing that can beat this lens is the AF-S 24mm f/1.4G, and that´s that. And the only things I do not like about the 14-24 are the price, the weight, and that you cannot use any normal filters with it. 14 juin 2012
The sharpest wide angle lens by Nikon so far Pros: Razor sharp even at aperture 2.8 Minimal to 0 distortion Hardly any chromatic aberration Excellent build quality+weather proof Cons: Heavy, but almost every expensive lens is heavy Huge bulbous end, can't use filters without special adapters Review: This lens is one of the members of the trinity (other two being 24-70 and 70-200). It looks like a fish eye lens, but isn't. It is not only good for landscapes but can also be used for group portraits; at f2.8 it gives a good bokeh. It is a must have lens for all those who do lots of landscape photography, wedding shoots and time lapse. Most third party f2.8 lenses are not actually usable at 2.8 but this one definitely is. I also shoot videos using my Canon 5d Mark ii and since Canon does not have a 14-24 lens, I use this one on it with a Nikon to Canon adapter and it works pretty good. The only drawback is that it is a little difficult to use this lens with Canon for photos because it will not auto focus with it. After getting the D4 I have been using my 14-24 on it for videos. Mind you, this lens is sharper than any other 14mm prime lens I have ever used. It is the Nikon's magic glass, Nano crystal coat and ED elements that make it such a perfect lens. You CAN use it on a DX camera but not as an ultra wide lens. With a crop factor of 1.5 its focal length becomes 21-36. For DX, try the Nikon's 10-24mm wide angle lens. Overall it is a highly recommended lens. I bought this lens before buying a full frame Nikon camera because in my country it is always out of stock and they order it from abroad when you ask them to. Also, make sure that you keep it in the carrying case that comes with it because even with the cap on it has a tendency to accumulate dust. Also check out the other 2 members of the trinity. I bought them and am in love with them. 3 juin 2012
double vision issues, superb contrast & saturation, excellent build quality The contrast & saturation is superb. There's a sort of "double vision" effect for out of focus things which is a little annoying. It doesn't perform as well on subjects at infinity as I would like but for what it is it's quite good. It's a zooming, wide angle retrofocus lens and considering the constraints of modern engineering this is as good as it gets. You might get a bit better sharpness performance out of a PC-E lens if you want to monkey with tilt movements for a couple minutes before taking the shot. It doesn't take filters but the contrast & saturation are so high I don't think it's as big a deal as people make it out. It's heavy so keep that in mind if you're using it on a heavy body with an on camera flash. The construction is solid and the focus & zoom rings are smooth. It's moving almost 1KG of glass so it's a given that there's a bit of resistance in the zoom ring compared to the focus ring. It's probably the smoothest "full time manual focus" ring I've ever experienced. The lens element is very exposed so I leave the lens cap on at all times and take it off to take a picture. I might relax a bit more and "let go" later but for now it makes me nervous. Dust on the front element WILL show up in the shot. This camera is unforgiving in that aspect. The chromatic aberration is manageable. Usually it doesn't need correction. There's barrel distortion on the wide end. Used on a D300. Waiting for my pre-ordered D800 to come in. The reason this lens gets 3 stars is because there's a serious "double vision" problem for out of focus elements. On the D300 small details are rendered twice if they're out of focus, about 3-4 pixels apart. Things like telephone wires in the distance, little leaves, etc. Having to stop down the lens extra to mitigate this defeats the purpose of having such a sharp lens. I really wish this issue didn't happen. For those interested I'm comparing this lens to the following that I've used: Zeiss 35mm T* 2.0 Distagon (on full frame), voigtlander 21mm color skopar F4 (on 35mm film and aps-c sony nex), Schneider Super Angulon F8 on 4x5 film 29 février 2012
Fast aperture & the ultra wide I own this lens befor five months i am so pleased that i bought this lens because the sharpness & the well constructed , I keeping it mounted on my D700 , photographing churches its so nice with glass 27 février 2012
One Tack SHARP! lens I have had this lens for just about one year now and I must say I don't use it as often as I like but I should, since this in my opinion one of the sharpest pieces of glass I have used, I usually use this in tight city and town shots at night but need to start breaking it out for day time photos, the one draw back is filter usage is next to nil on the options here, but Lee has designed an after market Cokin style holder that fits behind the built in lens hood that uses 150mm filters, so a Grad. ND filter can be used or others. I love this glass for indoor Cathedral photos in that the wide angle it offers on a FX sensor is perfect on my D3-D3x bodies and it is a beautiful to handle lens, if you only want top notch glass and don't want to purchase a arsenal of lens to cover a good range I suggest that this needs to be in your kit bag and a perfect compliment to 2 other beautiful lenses offered in the Nikon line up that one should consider is the 24-70 f/2.8 VR, and 70-200 f/2.8 VR. These three lenses will just about cover anything you will ever need. One recent photo I shot at night is with this 14-24mm f/2.8 and is included in my review was shot on my D3x full frame sensor at 16mm focal length at ISO 640 and 2 seconds, yes I did use lens correction in PS CS5 to straighten out the lens distortion but you can see some of the endless possibilities possible with this lens. 24 janvier 2012