The review treats most of Nikon’s ultra-wide zooms along with some “prime” lenses in their range.
Nikon’s 16-35mm f/4 offering follows closely on the heels of Canon’s 16-35mm f/4L (see review), but offers a VR (vibration reduction) feature which Canon does not. It’s a nice plus, but optical quality and ergonomics are the bottom line.
Lens sample variation
Build quality of lenses can vary , with the possibility for a poorly-assembled lens very high, see the Brand-new Blur pages.
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