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Nikon AF FX NIKKOR 14mm f/2.8D ED Ultra Wide Angle Fixed Zoom Lens with Auto Focus for Nikon DSLR Cameras

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  • Hybrid aspherical lens elements and ED glass elements
  • RF (Rear Focus) system for superior performance
  • Rectilinear design provides straight line subject rendition
  • Built-in flower design lens hood
  • F-Stop Range - 2.8-22
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Compatible Mountings Nikon F (FX) Nikon F Information not provided Nikon F (FX)
Dimensions 3.43 inches x 3.43 inches x 3.43 inches 3.43 inches x 3.78 inches x 3.43 inches 4.02 inches x 4.02 inches x 4.02 inches 3.86 inches x 5.2 inches x 3.86 inches
Item Weight 1.48 pounds 1.22 pounds 1.21 pounds 2.14 pounds
Lens Prime lens Wide-angle wide-angle Zoom lens
Maximum Aperture 2.8 2.8 2.8 2.8
Max Focal Length 14 mm 14 mm 16 mm 24 mm
Min Aperture 22 22 2.8 22
Min Focal Length 14 mm 14 11 mm 14 mm
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Includes NIKON's built-in CPU and distance signal features / Also features A-M switch / Built-in flower shaped lens hood

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Product Dimensions 3.4 x 3.4 x 3.4 inches
Item Weight 1.5 pounds
Shipping Weight 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B00005LE73
Item model number 1925
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4.1 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #983 in Camera & Photo > Lenses > Camera Lenses > Digital Camera Lenses
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes
Date first available at Amazon.com December 9, 2002

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(1) It's smaller and lighter than the 14-24mm zoom.

(2) Accepts gel filters on the rear of the lens. The 14-24 does not accept filters.

(3) This 14mm is a "D" lens so it still has an aperture ring which allows it to be used on an older Nikon film bodies.
Has depth of field scale.
The 14-24mm is a "G" gelding design and had no aperture ring and no DOF scale.

(4) The 14mm uses the motor built into the camera body to auto focus.
14-24mm has a built in SWM silent wave motor.
Both have lightning fast focus.

(5) The 14mm has a seven blade aperture so it gives sun burst stars from point source lights.
The 14-24mm has nine blades and creates round light blobs from point sources.

(6) The 14-24mm performs better when pointed toward the sun or other light sources due to the nano coating.
The 14mm seems to have more internal reflections from any point light sources in the frame.

(7) The 14mm's lens cover is a synthetic leather bag with a draw string which makes it difficult to remove or replace with one hand.
14-24mm has a plastic slip on cover much easier to one hand. I miss the days when the wide angles came with metal slip on covers.

Both optics are razor sharp so, I'll leave it up to you to decide which would work best for you.
As for me I went with the 14mm f2.8 and have no regrets for doing so.

I would have given the 14mm 5 stars if it had the nano coating and better lens cover.

I hope this helps.
Thanks.
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This is an absolutely fantastic lens - light for its size, and fast focusing too (not that you often need fast focus for wide-angle shots, that is). Quite simply, once you get used to Nikon speed of focusing, even very marginally lower speeds of Canon feel like an eternity.
If you are even considering buying this product, you know very well already what it is and what it does. I just wanted to emphasize the AF speed and clear markings which, in my view, are better than on comparable products from other manufacturers.
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I'd ignore the 1 star review of this lens as the reviewer completely misses the capabilities of this lens that a zoom won't have. It is fast, both in operation and aperture. And with coverage for an FX format sensor, 14mm is something that would only be a dream awhile back.

now I'm no scientist, and there's a 16mm fisheye, but this is wider but not a fisheye. So what gives? I have a 10.5 DX fisheye, and one of the great features of it was in the Nikon Capture software that you could get for your camera. What the sofware did was take that fishbowl look away and make the photo a rectilinear image by reshaping the perspective.

If that is true, it's probably what makes this lens such a joy to use. Your angle of view is amazing, and the results give you that rectilinear quality, and it's right in the viewfinder. You don't have to wait for post processing to see the results.

It will take a big bite out of your glass budget, but it is an investment that will probably payoff nicely down the road. Of the major investment I've made in Nikon FX format equipment, this is the jewel in the crown.

Drawbacks: yes. #1 The front element is almost spherical and the "shade" wings don't exactly provide superior protection. #2 The lens cover; it's sort of a little leather feed bag looking sack that fits around the shade. It's a bear to get on; and if you're in a hurry, forget it. Maybe it'll get easier over time, but right now it's tough to fit with risking damage to your lens.

Watch the prices, and if an opportunity comes along, grab it.

Kind of like when you buy a car. Once in awhile you sit in a car and know instantly that it fits, and your checkbook jumps out of your pocket. This lens fits.

I'll check back once I get a few hundred more images through this lens, but I doubt it'll say anything other than whatever was already has been said.
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By Chris D on December 2, 2012
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I haven't found anything I don't like about this lens yet. It's short and lighter weight than my 24 - 70 FX zoom. It takes amazingly wide angle shots. Another thing I like is you can put the aperture in manual control. Once in awhile I like to have control of that other than on the camera. The motor is almost undetectable on sound and its fast. I have noticed Lightroom does not have a profile for lens correction on this one but it does for the 24mm and that seems to flatten things out pretty good. I like who this lens will affect the picture though. Not quite a fisheye, but it has a little of that affect to it. great for landscape or tall buildings. Indoors in small spaces also.
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I've had one shooting session under my belt since acquiring this lens about a week ago and I was blown away by the results. Excellent contrast and sharpness. I utilized the "virtual horizon" utility in the D600 so that the camera was perfectly level for each shot I took with this lens. I was shooting a pier at the beach and was very interested to see how this lens handled the horizon, as well as the upright supporting timbers under the pier. Incredibly, the horizon remained perfectly flat. There was not a bulge or any detectable curvature of the ocean horizon. Likewise, the timers under the pier did not "keystone" or converge. They remained perfecty perpendicular. Great optic!
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