Nikon 14-24 F/2.8 S Z Lens - Astrophotography

Nikon 14-24 F/2.8 S Z Lens - Astrophotography

The Nikon 14-24 F/2.8G lens is a legend and one of the best zoom lenses of it's time but how does the new Nikon 14-24 F/2.8S lens built for the Z system compare? 

Personal opinion, the stars are pinpoint corner to corner with next to no chromatic aberration. There is light fall off (Vignette) like all lenses however the Z camera can compensate for this and add it's own lens correction to remove the light fall off.

However I'll let you be the judge!



vImage Below - 14mm F/2.8 - ISO 3200 - 20 Seconds

gImage Below - 20mm F/2.8 - ISO 3200 - 20 Second Exposure

Image Below - 24mm F/2.8 - ISO 3200 15 Second Exposure

IImage Below - 14mm F/2.8 - ISO 800 - 2 Minute Exposure




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