Bottom right corner
This area is in front of the zone of focus and in the corner too.
- At f/2.8, the 14-24 is the clear winner at all apertures.
- The 17-35 does a solid job at f/8 - f/11, and the 16-35 almost catches up at f/11.
- At f/4, the 14-24 is tops, but the 16-35 performs nicely for being wide open, just being a bit low in contrast.
The 14-24 has done the best overall job here.
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