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Nikon 24mm f/3.5D ED PC-E NIKKOR
8.6 out of 10

Nikon 24mm f/3.5D ED PC-E NIKKOR

Wide-angle NIKKOR lens with Perspective Control. Wide shifting Read more

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Overall 10
10

Must carry it in your bag

photobymeyer, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
  • Excerpt: I purchased the 24mm to shoot Real Estate interiors and would only use it for those jobs. One day I started carrying it around in my "walk-about" backpack when cruising downtown Indy and found that the other 10 lbs of prime lenses in my bag were pure dead weight.
  • Pros: Durable, Rugged, Strong Construction
  • Cons: Heavy
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Overall 8
8.0

Special Lens - Great Performer

Robert V, B&H Photo
10 January 2015
  • Excerpt: Landscape and architectural shooter. Love the versatility and performance of this lens. Have modified mine through Nikon service to allow T/S in the same axis. Rugged, dependable. Using it requires some skill to get optimally sharp images - live view etc.
  • Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Rugged, Strong Construction
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Overall 10
10

It's simply amazing how wide you can shift side to side or ...

Chris S "GoodEye Photography + Design", Amazon
7 December 2014
  • Summary: Must have lens for any serious architecture shooter. It's simply amazing how wide you can shift side to side or up and down for seamless panoramas. There's some vignetting and softness at the extreme edges but there's plenty you can capture without going to the edge.
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Overall 10
10

Great Lens

Stevenh111, B&H Photo
25 September 2014
  • Excerpt: I come from 35+ years of view camera studio and environmental background and 40+ from 35mm and medium format. Including teaching in workshops, Higher Ed, commercial and fine arts.I am using this on a Nikon D800E.While this is a step back from the total control I have using my view cameras it is the...
  • Pros: Durable, Strong Construction
  • Cons: Pricey, Tilt - Shift Relationship
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Overall 10
10

Top gear

feetwetphotos, B&H Photo
25 June 2014
  • Excerpt: Best used for Architecture, some usefulness for Landscape if you need to Scheimpflug. If you don't know this word you don't need this lens. Best way to correct perspective while putting camera a right level to record scene. Next best thing to a view camera.
  • Pros: Durable
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Overall 10
10

Sharp and Versatile

Marsala's Dad, B&H Photo
25 May 2014
  • Excerpt: I already owned the 45mm PC-E Nikkor, and loved it so much that I finally decided to pony up the additional cash for this wide angle tilt/shift companion lens. Very glad that I did.
  • Pros: Rugged, Strong Construction, TACK SHARP
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Overall 8
8.0

This is the one!

D. KIMBALL "D4sNutz", Amazon
21 May 2014
  • Summary: After purchasing all the top zoom lenses (14-24,24-70, and even a Nikon Edge85 for 2600mm of glory) I quickly realized the importance of glass in the elements as many do. Moving to a 35mm prime and a 85mm prime (1.4) I figured I had everything I needed for solid professional images.
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Overall 10
10

great lens, works perfectly

JS "June", Amazon
5 February 2014
  • Summary: Love this lens. Great clarity. I noted the advice about hitting the camera with it. I have so far not had a problem with that, but have had it slip when turned horizontally on my bracket.
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Overall 10
10

Outstanding.

Mike, Amazon
20 January 2014
  • Summary: Great Nikon product. MF lens with a tilt shift function. One very nice surprise it how close it focuses. Four or five inches with a 24 mm lens it very cool.
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Overall 10
10

Its sings and sings

Virginia Photographer, Amazon
18 January 2014
  • Summary: If you have a good copy of the 24 PC-E it sings on the D800. My copy is good. I wish Nikon would update their PC-E glass to the new Canon standards (the incredible 17 and new 24). This lens really does well with the D4 or D3x. Don't stop down below F/8 on a D800, otherwise you will get diffraction.
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