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An L quality prime between 14 and 24mm

 
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Jul 07, 2009 09:31 |  #16

Double Negative wrote in post #8226344 (external link)
The 24 TS-E II beat the Nikon zoom? Wow. That would be amazing, as the Nikon zoom is currently regarded as the best in the range.

yeah, but if you consider that the nikkor 14-24G is probably not optimized to perform best at 24mm, one could understand why.


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Jul 07, 2009 09:31 |  #17

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and the 24 TS-E II TROUNCED the 14-24 at 24mm in a recent test I saw from a guy who owned both.

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Jul 08, 2009 06:24 |  #18

Jman13 wrote in post #8217670 (external link)
That said, the new 24 TS-E II might give it a run for its money. Previous tests showed the Nikon 14-24 coming close to the distagon, and the 24 TS-E II TROUNCED the 14-24 at 24mm in a recent test I saw from a guy who owned both.

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Thanks for this important insight. Can you provide a link to that test ?




  
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Jul 08, 2009 17:23 |  #19

Jaetie wrote in post #8238714 (external link)
yeah, but if you consider that the nikkor 14-24G is probably not optimized to perform best at 24mm, one could understand why.

True, true...


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