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The AF-S Nikkor 24mm F1.8G ED was first announced back in August 2015. It joins Nikon's growing family of modern full frame primes alongside the 20mm F1.8G, 28mm F1.8G, 35mm F1.8G, 85mm F1.8G and the 50mm F1.8G. It's priced at just under $750 making it a well matched option to be paired with cameras like the Nikon D610 and the Nikon D750. The Nikkor can also be used on DX format cameras with an equivalent focal length of 36mm. This fast wide-angle prime will most likely appeal to architecture, landscape and portrait or wedding photographers. Additionally, the F1.8 max aperture may come in handy for those looking to utilize the lens for astrophotography work as well. At 24mm the lens is Nikon's second widest modern prime option to date, coming in just behind the Nikkor 20mm lens. It's worth noting that there are a few other options at 24mm that potential buyers should definitely be aware of. One of those options is the slightly faster Sigma 24mm F1.4 DG HSM Art that comes in at just under $850.
The lens is great for architecture, landscape, astrophotography applications and photographers looking for a fast and lightweight walk-around wide-angle.
High magnification/macro photography or shooters looking to use this lens in inclement weather conditions.
|Lens Type||Wide Angle Prime|
|Lens mount||Nikon F|
|Max Format Size||35mm FF|
|Special Elements/Coatings||2 extra-LD glass elements and 2 aspherical elements, Nano Crystal Coat and Super Integrated Coating|
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