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The Nikon AF-S Nikkor 24mm f/1.8 G ED is a wide-angle lens for FF and APS-C, manufactured from 2015. The focus is done by Ultrasonic AF Motor (Ring-USM), it does not have image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 778 €;
36 users have given it an average vote of 9.6 out of 10.
This lens is available with the following mounts:
Nikon F: this lens is compatible with reflex fullframe and APS-C Nikon.
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The following opinions have been automatically translated with Google Translate.
Pros:Sharp, light and very performing AF (on D4s and D5 and D850)
Cons:Distortion quite present (I expected less), a bit plastic but you can accept
Opinion:Very very nice optics, I gave him 8 only for those small flaws that I found him, namely the fairly accentuated distortion and the feeling of little robustness (like all the lenses of this series). In any case, it is a very sharp lens with a fast and precise Af. I use it only as a primary perspective in weddings and it gives me great satisfaction. I still have not decided if it is better this 24 the brother 28 ....are in the process of intense use but for now I do not have time to test them well well comparing them. Sharp already at full aperture does not require (on 3 camera bodies) any adjustment of the AF but the best from F4 onwards. Given the lightness you can safely shoot even at 1/10 of a second and you will get excellent shots. Last thing, the bokeh: it doesn't drive me crazy (although a little limited by the focal length) but in the end it's not bad. In short, vote 8. Fair price.
Pros:Three-dimensionality, sharpness, colors, compactness, MAF distance, AC practically non-existent.
Cons:Maybe the materials but they are part of the compromise.
Opinion:Really interesting optics for those who do landscape and / or Street photography. I use it on D850 and it really churns out fantastic files. Already from F /1.8 it reaches a good quality in the center , perfect on the whole frame at F / 6.3. I was also the owner of the 20 mm F / 1.8 I prefer this because it is slightly narrower and more compact.
Opinion:I just bought it and use it on a D750, but especially on an F6. On film (especially on all color slides) it is excellent in any respect... Even in digital the results are excellent in all respects. Having never been able to use the Nikkor AF-S 24 f/1.4, I can obviously not make comparisons. However, an excellent optics...
Pros:Sharpness, lightness, exploitable brightness, rubber ring on the bayonet, flare seal, distortion present but contained
Cons:Uncertainties in the maf at high openings, feeling of "ballerina" construction, polycarbonate filter step
Opinion:I would like to start by saying that I use this lens on the Nikon Df, a camera valid in many respects, but not that of high resolution: with 16 mpxl the lens resolution is not put to the test so much: in fact this 24 is doing very well from the center to the edges, even at the high openings, but I would like to see results on a D850 or D810. However, for me it does its job perfectly, and with the Df it forms a pairing that does not fear any poor light conditions. The Af is quick enough, although using the maximum openings, at medium short distance and with low light it is better to rely on the central point of the Df. If you center the m.a.f., this 24 is nice sharp even at full opening, and allows interesting blurry effects quite unusual with a decidedly wide-angle shot such as that allowed by this focal. On polycarbonate construction: it is more the sensation it gives, which, moreover, translates into the advantage of a surprisingly low weight. It would be a real tropicalization, but at least the rubber ring on the bayonet is there, and with a protection filter screwed in front I managed to use this lens under a reasonable drizzle without having any problem. There is no stabilization, but with a short, bright focal point, and with the extraordinary quality at the high ISO of the Df, for me it is not a serious problem: with longer focals it probably would be, but with this 24 I shot in really critical situations without throwing away that very few shots in which I had ventured shutter speed unlikely with a non-VR lens (and maybe even with vr...) ? Resists very well to the backlight , distorts relatively little for the focal length it has, the cdl at the edges is as intuitable strong at t.a., but most of the time I do not correct it, I often find it pleasant. From f:4 onwards it is no longer a problem. To the average diaphragms (of course, but I want to point this out) it gives its best and shows a sharpness that "exasses" compared to the sensor characteristics of my Df. 16mpxl is enough for me, it goes by itself that other genres and preferences require higher resolutions. I still think this 24 to the mid-diaphragms (4 or 5.6) wouldn't affect the reflexes that are most equipped with mpxl, but that's just my feeling. Good light
Pros:Sharp, light and luminous. Distortion contained.
Opinion:I have been using it for about 4 months and I have to say that I found myself very well. Autofocus fast and pretty much always correct, almost absent distortion. As for the construction, I can not criticize the choice of material as it contributes to lightness. Fair price for the quality of the optics. The dimensions are perfect and it is well balanced on my d610. I have never had flare problems in these months of use, maybe due to the nanocrystals treatment, absent on the other lenses of the 1.8 series in my possession. If you like the particular length of the 24mm, it is definitely recommended
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