Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 12-24mm f/4G ED-IF
Announced Feb 18, 2003 •
Wideangle zoom lens | Nikon F (DX) | 2144
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Hi, I'm quite interested in getting this lens, till recently I had the Sigma 10-20 and need a replacement. I've done a bit of looking around and see there are two variations, one with a silver box and one with a newer golden box - do these models differ in any way or is it just the box? Any help appreciated!
I've recently returned to my photography, and am really enjoying it. Three of my lenses are giving me good results, and I'm learning a bit from each of them. However, my WA lens is not keeping up: It seems that this lens, (or the D5100) cannot properly autofocus. It's the AF-S Nikkor 12-24 f/4 G ED DX. Here is an example, taken in Aperture priority with dynamic mode AF: I used the center AF point, on the nutcrackers. Nothing in the picture is sharp. With manual focus I can get sharp results...
By: rsilverst (Aug 31, 2016)
Posted to: Beginners Questions
I'm testing out a couple of different lenses: Tokina 12-28mm f/4 DXNikon 12-24 f/4 DX Testing them on a D7200. We're finding consistently that the Tokina is showing some weird effect around the edges of objects for anything at an aperture of f/5 or wider. For apertures narrower than f/5 the problem goes away. This happened at all focal lengths tested. I thought this was chromatic aberration at first, but now that I read more, I don't think that's what this is, but I am not sure what this...
Hello all, I have been reading all fantastic reviews and threads on this forum but this is my first post. I got a used Nikon 12-24 f4 from bhphotovideo rate as 9. Price was great and no sign of wear at all, happy with this. Have tried it on my D90 both indoors and outdoors but just found too much noise in the photo and not sharp...shaky hands? but my kit lense 18-105 turn out ok. Settings are: Ap mode, ISO 200, no sharpening or saturation, auto focus. I have also attached some shots at...
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