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|Sender:||Carl von Einem|
|Date/Time:||18-Apr-2012 11:29:02 +0000|
|Subject:||Re: D800 + ~ 16 mm|
I own the Nikkor 14-24 f2.8 and can only say that it's a fantastic lens.
The first zoom lens I really like.
I use it together with my D300 on a 360Precision Adjuste head (with
standard arm). At 16 mm it shares the same settings with my 8mm/f2.8
Ai-S Nikkor. Matt and Stu mention different settings for the camera
slider on 360Precision.com but that might be without the MB-D10 which I
I expect the 14-24 to be really nice together with the D800 but so far
haven't had the opportunity to test that combination.
The two Zeiss lenses mentioned earlier should also be really cool with
Posted by: "Hans" panoramicsdk on Wed Apr 18, 2012 1:33 am ((PDT))
> --- In #removed#, "Simon" <simon.wheaton@...> wrote:
>> > What rectilinear lens has the best image quality around this focal length, for similar use on a D800E?
>> > I have a 20mm AIS manual focus lens, but would like lens with best possible image quality around this length or a little wider.
> The Nikkor 14-24mm is known to be one of the sharpest lenses in this area.
> But it is heavy and requires a panohead with a long spherical arm.
> As far as I remember the setting is around 135mm on the D700
> And you need of course more than the 6+1 images which you need for a fisheye.
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