AF-S NIKKOR 14-24mm f/2.8G ED
Thank You Nikon
Great product!... Amazing sharpness around the corners,distortion is very low and easily correctable. Excellent lens!...
January 1, 2015
Great special purpose lens
Sharp, fast, also tells other nikon users to look at me!!!! haha.
Great lens, especially for compact places where you don't get to maneuver, and for seances.
It does get a bit heavy with my D4.
November 24, 2014
I've been a Nikon owner and admirer for years. This is a terrific lens in all respects. It has no competition.
October 23, 2014
Ultra Wide Lens for Ultra Wide Object
Below is a photo of a 340 foot long "box" truss I recently erected for an airplane hangar in Arizona. With limited foreground in which to work, this ultra wide angle zoom lens allowed me to get close to the structure, capture it all, and with no noticeable distortion. The image was taken at a shutter speed of 1/320th of a second, an aperture of f/9, an ISO of 100, a focal length of 14mm, Auto White Balance, and Matrix exposure metering.
October 21, 2014
Wow is all I can say
The only lens lacking after decades of enthusiast photography -- wide angle. Here's one of the many payoffs for being a "Nikon guy". Cannon doesn't have anything close to this solution. We've had it almost a year and thousands of photos demonstrate there is nothing like this high quality wide angle lens for certain situations. Family gatherings, tripod in corner, capturing the whole room, capturing the whole moment, with amazing depth of field (some folks say it's not for this, more for the next comment, but I see high value in the indoor family shots that cannot be achieved any other way). Then there is the get right up in there for the high impact shot. Been working this angle (pun intended) for family shots, awesome pet shots, landscape / flower close-ups, night sky (wow) shots -- all with very high impact. This is not a fisheye lens. Straight lines are straight. It is awesome. Love this lens. And as I'm always quick to point out, glass holds it's value, camera bodies don't. Glass makes all the difference in the world in 30 years from now looking back at the kids. Enough said!
October 4, 2014