DxO Mark reviews the Nikkor AF-S 14-24mm f/2.8G ED ultra wide zoom lens mounted on a D800

DxO Mark reviews the Nikkor AF-S 14-24mm f/2.8G ED ultra wide zoom lens mounted on a D800

Even though this les was released back in the 2007, the DxO answers the big question: How does this lens perform on demanding high-resolution bodies, such as the 36-MPix Nikon D800? The resolution of this lens is impressive, but the huge front element prohibits the usage of filters and it is very prone to flare. 

"With a huge convex front element, ED glass and as one of the first to premier the firm’s new Nano Crystal coat technology, the lens is still one of the most sought after models in the firm’s range.  Even when fitted on a DX camera, or when used on a FF bodies using the DX crop mode, the lens is the equivalent of a 21-36mm and still a very useful range to have."

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