Reviews and Problems with Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8G ED AF-S NIKKOR
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Versatile and incredibly beautiful pictures!!!!!!!
3 weeks ago
Summary: This is a heavy heavy lens, but man, It's beautiful. I'm a Professional photographer in NY and use this lens in all kinds of events. I'd actually recomend fixing the sharpness in photoshop or camera RAW but then again, I do that to most of my pictures. Worth the money if you have, buy it on EBAY and pay less for this lens.
Summary: What an awesome lens to add to my camera bag! Crisp, sharp, from corner to corner! Works very well on my D300! A hefty lens to be sure, I use on a tripod in the field and usually have the camera on a mono pod anyway so not bad! I use for interior work and landscapes mostly. Glad to have purchased this lens!
Summary: ...And on the seventh day the Nikon engineers did say, "Screw it! Let's tap the last of that pony keg and see what we cook up!" And born from that day was this lens. If you like to shoot wide it doesn't get much sharper than this monster. You'll get some warping either way but even at 14mm wide open the distortion is surprisingly minimal. The main problems with this beast are, as usual with Nikon lenses, it weighs a LOT.
Summary: This is by far the best lens built by Nikon and the best lens ever made for a D-SLR camera. Yes, it is expensive and bulky but the image quality is wonderful in every situation. But before buying it you have to consider the kind of product you are going to buy. This is an extremely ultra-wide zoom lens, if you don't know how to use this kind of lens you are just wasting money.
Summary: That's what describes this lens! I've been waiting too long to buy this lens and the whole time I've been thinking if it is worth the money. What about the BIG front crystal? What about the weight? What about the lens' filters? etc. At last I bought it, even though I still consider myself a beginner! Yes there's a big front crystal, yes it's a heavy lens and yes there's that filter problem! What I think? It's a pro lens!
Summary: Of all the gear in my bag this lens is my prime shooter. I dos wonders with distortion, is fantastic for small work environments, and at a uncommon focal length it it perfect for creative work too. As a press/sports photographer this lens allows me to focus on the story without losing the environment. When it comes to sharpness, this lens comes close to rivaling midrange prime lenses and it has very little falloff and no visible vignetting.