Reviews and Problems with Nikon 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED AF-S DX
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A great lens
22 August 2014
Excerpt: Just the thing for interior shots in homes. I've been using it for real estate photography and it is the way to go. One note is that I go back to my 18-105 when I get outside unless I need that really wide shot.
Summary: Very nice lens. Kept it on almost continuously during a trip to Montana in July. At 10mm its *almost* a fisheye with some very nice, but not distracting distortion. Zoom out just a little and its like a fast prime lens. You can get quite close up to people for wonderful portraits, or capture wide sweeping vistas. I'm *very* happy with this lens.
Excerpt: This lens is everything it needs to be, some may bash the lens barrel, but I find it's light weight quite comfortable! Best thing about it is not having to miss shots because I can't get back far enough! Sure, there's a little distortion, but at 10mm or so, it's expected! I definitely give the lens a 4.5 star rating, to me, a must have!
Excerpt: I shoot inexpensive web commercials and house videos. This is a good lens if you are shooting house videos or in tight spaces. It makes items 2 feet away look 10-15 feet away. Hardly any bowing in the lines. I would suggest playing with it to see what focal length you need. I used it to video a house and the first setting I used looked weird walking through the house but with a little adjustment I was satisfied with the results.
Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight
Excerpt: I can see no negatives with this lens. I put it on my d7100 and was amazed. My wife put it on her d5100 and she was too. Don't believe the negatives on this lens. Good price,decent build, ok,go pay a grand more ...for what?
Summary: Plan to use this lens for waterfall photography. Good performance in the photo's I have taken so far. Only problem has been viginetting when using a polarizing filter due to the extreme wide angle of this lens