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Monday, April 25, 2011

Today I went to Union Square in New York to run some tests on the Nikon 12-24mm f/4 DX lens.  I mounted the lens on a Nikon D7000, which is quickly becoming one of my favorite cameras to grab for casual shooting.  In this photo the lens was set for its widest focal length of 12mm and shot at f/5.6.  On a DX Nikon this is equivalent to a 16mm on a full-frame camera.

In this photo I wanted to test the close-up ability of the lens as well as its corner sharpness. Taken at the 12mm setting but at f/8 for improved depth of field.

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