Reviews and Problems with Nikon 24mm f/3.5D ED PC-E NIKKOR
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Must carry it in your bag
photobymeyer, B&H Photo
19 August 2015
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.
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...
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.
Excerpt: Perspective control, extreme depth of field, excellent optics - describe this product best.
To be able to rotate the lens was unsuspected positive, after reading previous, now obsolete reviews. Glad that Nikon responded to this important demand.
Excerpt: This is a very well made lens, which can produce outstanding quality images. However, it is also a lens which has a significant learning curve. There are technical aspects about a PC lens which one must know and understand to get the best results out of this type of lens.
Excerpt: This lens really allows you to compose creatively where other lenses do not. Shooting landscapes with this lens using only 1-2 degrees of tilt allows for larger apertures and lower diffraction than normal lenses. Do not overdo the tilt unless you are going for the diorama effect.