Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 10-24mm f/3-5-4.5G ED Q&As

Announced Apr 14, 2009 •
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At the end of the year I will make a highy anticipated trip to the Antarctic peninsula.We will be on board of a large boat, with landings to the mainland from Zodiacs. Photographic interests are both landscapes and wildlife.I'm struggling what to take with me with regards to lenses.I currently have:-Nikon D750-(Nikon D40x but finally starting to fall to pieces)-(circular polarizing filter)-10-24 mm f/3.5-4.5 DX-24-120 mm f/4-70-200 mm f/2.8-300 mm f/4 PF-1.7x teleconverterThe travel company...
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I am deciding between two different lenses. Wide angle vs low aperture Lens 1. + wide angle 10-24mm Nikon on a APS-C sensor is 15mm - low aperture at 3.5 http://www.lensora.com/lens.asp?id=317 Lens 2. + low aperture at 1.8 - not very wide at 18mm on top of a APS-C sensor so 27mm http://www.lensora.com/lens.asp?id=401
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I recently upgraded from a D90 to a D750. One of the lens I love to use is the Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 10-24mm f/3-5-4.5G ED. What would be a comparable FX lens? Does not need to be a Nikon branded lens.
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I have a Nikon D3300 and recently found a used Nikon 10-24 for about $550 before tax, tagged as "in excellent condition". I was also recommended the Tokina 11-20 and the online prices for a new one is about the same.  I heard that Tokina has sharper image quality and the f2.8 is definitely a game changer. The autofocus works on my camera, and the overall quality is equivalent, if not better, than the Nikon lens. Attached are two pictures I took with the Nikon 10-24.  I was wondering which...
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Hello, I am looking to buy this wide-angle lens for my Nikon D3300 for mainly landscape & architectural shots. The third party brands have this lens/similar a couple hundred dollars cheaper but I heard that the quality may differ. I mainly care about color, lighting and focus in my photos, and plan to keep the lens for longer time once I purchase it. 1) Any advice which brand I should go for? Nikon or third party?  2) If third party lenses are a better choice for this lens, which brand has it...
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My wife and I will be spending 8 days in Glacier National Park at the end of July. I am wanting to rent an ultra wide for my Nikon D7000 for the trip to go with my 18-140mm (my 80-200 f2.8 is staying home, I ain't doing 15+ mile hikes with that thing). My local shop has the Tokina 11-16 f2.8 and the Nikon 10-24 f3.5-4,5. I like the idea of a 2.8 lens but has any landscape photographers found the 11-16 too limiting?  Thanks, Brian
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I'm seeing an odd issue where my Tokina 11-20 is misfocusing on my D7100 when I use the outer focus points (covered in more detail here) and it was suggested that I ask if people have seen general problems like this with other ultra-wide lenses on the D7100, for example with the Nikon 10-24 (especially towards the wider end, eg under 16m). I have the 10-24 myself but I haven't used it much since I got my D7100 and I mostly used it at f/8 and f/11, so I might not have really noticed focus...
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Hi,I am going for a tour to las vegas, Monument Valley, ZION National Park, Bryce Canyon and Arches national park. I have Nikon D7000 with 18-200 and 50mm prime lens. I want to rent a lens for this tour. Can you please suggest me a landscape wider lens for shooting in Monument Valley, ZION National Park, Bryce Canyon and Arches national park.I have thought of Nikon 14-24 and 10-24. But still need some expert advice. As I have cropped sensor I am not sure how effective 14-24 would be. Because...
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Hi all, I am looking for a filter that does not vignette. I used several nd/cpl B+W filters before and I liked them but they're usually $$$. I did some reading about hoya and it seems they have good uv. but with my wide angel I need to know whether they cause vignette effect or not. I am not considering stacking any filters. I don't think it's possible with my lens. so any suggestions ? Thanks !
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