PC NIKKOR 19mm f/4E ED
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Control perspective, focus and depth of field like never before with the first NIKKOR PC lens that can be tilted parallel or perpendicular to shift. (Depending on the combination of shift and rotation, operation may be restricted by mechanical interference between the lens and the camera). Its ultra-wide 19mm angle of view and superb image quality make it ideal for landscapes, cityscapes, architecture, interiors, panoramas and fine art photography and filmmaking. Bend perspective to match your vision.
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I have the 24mm PCE lens on board, and I have extremely happy with the results from the lens. However the 19mm E is the absolutely hands down the sharpest lens that I have ever purchased.
This is an exceptional lens, and not a lens for every photographer.
If you are interested in landscape and architecture photography is the lens, my friends.
Expensive yes, however so is a first class ticket on an airplane. Think about it. This lens is worth the first-class price, for a first class photographic lens.
I have the 24mm pc-e but I needed what the canon had to offer 17mm tilt shift for tighter spaces, but I love the Nikon for its resolution and dynamic range and user interface. Lucky they introduced the 19mm PC-E it was really good timing. New and smart design. Lens feels solid, it has a coating which won´t allow dust to settle on.
Now I can make images which were previously impossible.
This lens is certainly not meant for everyone. But if you´re the kind of photographer who needs it, you will be extremely happy with it. It is sharp as a new X-acto blade, all distortions have been designed out of it best I can tell, the build quality is A, and the movements are smooth and decisive. Of course for $3400 you would hope for all these things, but it delivers in spades. Put this on a D810 and you´ll think the 810 name means ´´8x10´´ (which I used to shoot with, btw). Couldn´t be more pleased. The only ´´flaw´´ is the rotation lock is hard to find with your finger is the lens is shifted right. That and it does not work on many Nikon bodies.