The AF-S Nikkor 24mm F1.4G ED is a wide aperture prime lens which is compatible with Nikon's FX (full frame) and DX (APS-C) DSLRs. It features an anti-reflective Nano Crystal coating and both ED (extra low-dispersion) and aspherical lens elements to help minimize distortion and chromatic aberration. Ideal for available-light and street photography, the 24mm F1.4 features a Silent Wave Motor for quiet autofocus operation with full-time manual focusing.
Nikon AF-S 24mm f/1.4 G ED Lens
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|Lens type||Prime lens|
|Max Format size||35mm FF|
|Focal length||24 mm|
|Lens mount||Nikon F (FX)|
|Number of diaphragm blades||9|
|Aperture notes||rounded blades|
|Special elements / coatings||two ED glass and two aspherical lens elements Nano Crystal Coat|
|Minimum focus||0.25 m (9.84″)|
|Full time manual||Yes|
|Weight||620 g (1.37 lb)|
|Diameter||83 mm (3.27″)|
|Length||89 mm (3.48″)|
|Materials||Magnesium alloy barrel, metal mount|
|Filter thread||77 mm|
|Hood product code||HB-51|
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Hello all. I posted this in another forum but I realized it belongs here. I decided to rent the Nikon 24mm f1.4G and the 35mm f1.4G to see which I would prefer for a wide to semi wide prime to use on my D800E. Deciding which one I want more is another discussion in itself (honestly I like them both for their merits). Anyway, for the price of either of these I could invest in a second smaller body, like the Fuji X-T1 with a somewhat equivalent field of view lens. It would cost more to go this route but I'm truly getting a more walk around camera and lens. My fiancé recently got an Olympus OMD EM1 and she loves it. It has great ergonomics but I haven't played around with it enough to know if it's for me. Here's the hardest part for me: I love my D800E. So I'm biased towards a prime as mentioned above. I haven't checked out the 28mm f1.8G but I don't have any 1.4 lenses so part of this exercise was to see what 1.4 is like. I do like the 24mm over the 35mm but I think the 35mm is a more ...
i wouldnt buy into a new system just yet. the 24G is one lens that i just love love and that would be my suggestion is go for it the 24. its really versatile in a sense that it is the true story teller of a lens. and it can almost be used macro-like since its MFD is just inches. you can wait for the sig 24A if you wish...but from what ive seen the Sig A series lenses have a very sterile rendering to them. not a bad thing but i came to realize how much nicer i like the overall colors and rendition of the nikon originals. Continue Reading
OP: I have faced your same dilemma several times in the past months. Here is a test for you. When you look at the photos from your D800E in, say, Lightroom, do you automatically zoom to 100% to marvel at the resolution? I know I do, with my D800. If that is the case you will never be completely satisfied with a lessor resolution sensor again. Don't kid yourself. I love the Fuji. Had an XPro 1 and the three primes. Yes, it was small and light, but you still have to mess with changing lenses, etc. If I were to get a small carry around camera, it would be the GR. However, I would take it out and regret that I did not have my D800 with me! (I have access to my wife's Sony RX100, and have never tried it.) I have both the 24mm and the 35mm. My advice is to go with the 24mm. It is much more versatile, and plays well with a 24/50/85 or 100 kit. The 35mm, also a stellar lens, is best used when you want to go out with one lens only, or maybe the 35/85 twosome... Continue Reading
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