The review covers the April 2010 Nikon 24mm f/1.4G ED wide angle lens, which appeared many months after Nikon 24mm Lenses was written. Related reviews include Shift Lenses for Nikon and Canon. Canon users should see Canon Ultrawides.
At about $2000, the 24/1.4G is no impulse purchase. But as a fast prime lens, it serves a purpose that no zoom can: high image quality with two stops more light.
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