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Lenstip review of the Nikkor Z 24 mm f/1.8 S
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(04-21-2020, 07:08 AM)faint Wrote: Many thanks, David! Yes, my first copy was pretty bad in selected regions, but otherwise - it was looking food in some places, e.g. close to the centre. Now, my lens was on display, it was maybe one of the first units that were imported, and the only one available. So, someone might have given it a knock - I don't exclude that possibility since there was another lens that I was previously interested in - the Zeiss Milvus 1.4/35mm, but it has a small dent so I decided to pass and go for Sigma Art 40/1.4 instead.

I'm yet to test the new replacement properly, but it seems like a decent lens - not thrilling, but not awful either. By f/8, it is good for landscape with little visible CA, etc.

The question regarding price/performance and QC remain valid and the whole experience having to deal again with the local Nikon rep left a bitter taste in my mouth, but to be fair - all new lenses are more expensive because of weather sealing, coatings, and market stagnation. I just wish they were worth it!

It would also have been easier to discuss the topic if there were more test of 24mm lenses around on the same place, so we can have a better picture of the market. Unfortunately, that costs money!

   Perhaps when you have tested the lens you could link a wide open RAW image to dropbox or something ...... even of the same scene in the thread .......... that would be nice ...... fun even.
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RE: Lenstip review of the Nikkor Z 24 mm f/1.8 S - by davidmanze - 04-21-2020, 07:25 AM

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