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|Weight||1.50 lb (680 g)|
|Dimensions (dxl)||Approx. 3.2 x 4.9" (8.13 x 12.45 cm)|
|Filter thread||77 mm|
|Minimum focus distance||11.02" (28 cm)|
|Maximum reproduction ratio||1:4|
|Angle of view||107° - 63°
DX Picture Angle: 83° - 44°
|Focal length||16 - 35 mm|
|Camera mount type||Nikon F|
|Format compatibility||Nikon FX/35mm Film
The Nikon AF-S Nikkor 16-35mm f/4G ED VR lens can shoot images at dramatic wide angles, but it needs to be stopped down for edge-to-edge crispness.
Good center sharpness. Optically stabilized design. Ultra-wide field of view.
Noticeable distortion at 16mm. Soft edges at wider apertures.
Overall this is a fantastic lens that deserves to be taken very seriously. Admittedly this is probably the test sample’s first review and it is currently in pristine condition so the results are likely to be the best possible figures, but that fact cannot detract from a truly stunning performance.
Stunning optical quality
Slippery barrel finish
Back in August 2007, when Nikon introduced the D3, their first full-35mm-frame, FX format digital SLR , they simultaneously updated five lenses: two shorter constant f/2.8 zooms: 14-24mm and 24-70mm and three 400, 500, and 600mm super telephotos with AF-S and vibration reduction (VR).
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When you talk about lenses these days you always have to bring in the multiplication factor, especially when you have a lens that fits comfortably on both so-called full-frame and APS-C sensor cameras.
Overall this lens is a very good all round performer being capable of producing images of very good resolution, especially in the centre of the frame where the performance is excellent up to 24mm and very good thereafter.
Good all-round resolution performance, Lighter than f/2.8 lenses, Accepts 77mm filters, Vibration Reduction
Barrel distortion at 16mm, Vignetting at 16mm
This is a great lens in many respects, but I can't bring myself to give it 5 stars. As background on myself, I have owned in the past the Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8, Nikon 24mm f/1.4G, as well as the Sony Zeiss 16-35mm f/2.8 for Sony A-mount cameras, and I've had the opportunity to use or try a number of...
I took this lens on a recent trip to NYC. I did a lot of reading on this lens and it paid off. I was able to take a lot of great photos indoors and outdoors. All photos were shot with my D800 at F8, ISO 1000, Hand held with no tri or mono pod.
Pretty awesome lens. Distortion is noticeable at 16mm but easy to correct post process. No it's not as "good" as the 14-24, but then it doesn't as much and is a lot easier to carry.
I would not hesitate to recommend this lens. If you have money to burn, buy the 14-24mm; but if you buy the 16-35mm you won't be sorry and you'll save money. I use this lens with a Nikon D800E mainly for scenes in the FX mode.
A truly great lens I've had for a year and have come to know as my go-to for interiors, architecture, capturing big grandeur nature scenes, and shooting vehicles. When I put this lens on my D800E on a tripod and shoot with a cable release in Mirror-Up mode, it consistently shows that my investment...
Consistent Output, Durable, Fast / accurate auto-focus
This lens is AWESOME. If you love wide, it does wonders on a full frame camera. Before purchasing, I've debated between this lens and the legendary 17-35mm. In the end, I wound up buying this lens and am loving it; no regrets whatsoever. A cool feature of this lens is its focusing distance.