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|Dimensions (DxL)||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Filter Thread||Front: 77 mm|
|Weight||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Aperture||Maximum: f/1.4Minimum: f/16|
|Format Compatibility||Nikon FX/35mm Film|
|Camera Mount Type||Nikon F|
Despite its incredible imaging power, the AF-S NIKKOR 28mm f/1.4E ED is simply a tool used to realize your creative vision. In order to provide a lifetime of exceptional photography, every effort was made to ensure dependability and worry-free functionality, regardless of weather conditions or harsh...
While the slightly unusual focal length is a tad too long for serious landscape work, it offers a wealth of possibilities, from street to portrait or wedding and event photography, allowing you to get close to your subjects, or frame more than a traditional 35mm.
The Nikon AF-S Nikkor 28mm f/1.4E ED is an ultra-wide aperture, wide-angle lens for Nikon SLRs. It can capture great-looking images, but is priced very high.
Bright f/1.4 maximum aperture. Extremely sharp when stopped down. Just a little distortion. Fluorine lens coating.
Expensive. Strong vignette and soft edges at wide apertures. 11-inch close focus can be limiting.
This large, chunky lens brings a bright f/1.4 aperture and a usefully wide angle 28mm together in an impressive looking combination. 28mm has long been a classic wide angle focal length, wide enough to satisfy those seeking the look this gives and yet not so wide as to start to introduce undue...
The Nikon AF-S Nikkor 28mm f/1.4E ED is a superb wide-angle prime lens for full-frame landscape and reportage photographers looking for the ultimate in image quality.You’d expect sharpness to be high across both the frame and aperture range from such a premium optic, and it certainly doesn't...
The new lens is not completely free of flaws, because at this price point you should expect lower levels of longitudinal chromatic aberration and better coma correction. Still, in our opinion, excellent resolution results, both near the maximum relative aperture and on stopping down, might...
Solid casing,, Sensational image quality in the frame centre,, Very good image quality on the edge of APS-C/DX sensor,, Sensible image quality on the edge of full frame,, Negligible lateral chromatic aberration,, Imperceptible spherical aberration,, Lack of distortion problems,, Moderate...
Slow autofocus,, A bit too high level of longitudinal chromatic aberration,, Noticeable coma,, Huge vignetting on full frame.
With a price point of $2,000, the Nikon 28mm f/1.4E is unquestionably a luxury lens, but its combination of bright aperture and wide-angle focal length can lead to some unique images.
This was a surprise for me. I love fast glass and the bokeh it produces. The 14-24 has been staple for me but I just wanted more low-light performance and I've gravitated more towards 24mm in my shots.This lens fit the bill on everything I was looking for so finally jumped on it!
I had an excellent experience with this Nikon. It gave an extra feel for the photographers while catching. I used it to catch-up best stills
You have to love a 28mm lens; I do. Starting with a 3 week trip to the Desert SW in 2010, where it was my go to lens, through many episodes of event work, that format just works for me. I said that if Nikon ever produced one of their super lenses in 28mm, I'd have to buy it.
I love this lens very much and still trying out different settings for photographing, so far very impressive with the results. Thank you.
Without a doubt, the best lens I have ever owned.
Wide angle and beautiful low light
I've owned several Nikon mount 28mm lenses over the years, from a good value 28mm/2.8 Series E in the 1980s, a great 28mm/2.8 AIS, to the inferior 28mm/2.8 AF Nikkor, a Zeiss 28mm/2 ZF.2, and the 28mm/2.8G AFS Nikkor, which is a very good lens for landscape photography with its mild forward field...
Just love this lens for night time cityscapes . Brilliant pin sharp images on D850.
I paired this with a D810, and the sharpness and rendering in the central half is like no other Nikkor wide angle I have seen before - outstanding. At f/1.4, things fall off outside the central half, but in a very nice way. By f/2.8, things are really good out to the corners, and superb at f/5.6.
The MTF diagram is right about this lens: wide open, it is much sharper than the 35mm/1.4G and the 24mm/1.4G. This lens is head and shoulder above other Nikkor F1/4 lenses. Worth it and I recommend it.