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Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8G ED-IF AF-S Zoom Lens (Refurb) EXPIRED

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Adorama has Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8G ED-IF AF-S Zoom Lens (Refurbished) on sale for $996.95. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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I actually prefer the Tamron 15-30mm over this lens. Both great lenses though.
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If you don't need f2.8, consider the 16-35 f4 as it's lighter and takes regular circular screw on filters. However, if you NEED this lens it's likely for astro which is understandable for the need of f2.8.
I had both the 24-70 is a better lens. The 24-70 is unbelievable in resolving power. I took a photo of the pier in Naples Florida which is a 1000 feet long. When I was looking at the photo, I started enlarging until I got to the end and enlarged the size. I was stunned. There was a man fishing and I could see his pole. What really blew me away was that I could see his fishing line. Not to shabby at all.
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I assume this is a partnership with the lottery commission to get me to go buy a scratch off ticket because I can't afford it, yet I feel like I can't not afford this deal.
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I've had this lens since it came out and it was $1299 brand new. That was before the japan price increases. Absolute necessity. I've used it on all my cameras and love it.
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If you don't need f2.8, consider the 16-35 f4 as it's lighter and takes regular circular screw on filters. However, if you NEED this lens it's likely for astro which is understandable for the need of f2.8.
Don't forget concerts. I still go to this over the 24 f/1.4 art. The 14-24 is so sharp on all my nikon cameras. Different cameras work better with different lenses, but the 14-24 and the 105VR are both so sharp on every camera from film (f5, N80, etc..) to the D1x, D3, D4, Z6, D750, Kodak slr/n. I wonder how the 16-35 holds up.
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Hmmmm I learned photography on a nikon 35mm film camera, and been shooting professional on nikon for a decade now, but at a point where I may be switching to Canon R5 full frame mirrorless. Nikon has been lagging behind in advancements, I'd love to get this lens but pretty sure I'm selling off my d850 and d5 and 5 lenses within a month or two if the canon R5 is as good as it sounds it'll be(i definitely need the better hybrid video capabilities as my biggest paying jobs require video as well now).
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Don't forget concerts. I still go to this over the 24 f/1.4 art. The 14-24 is so sharp on all my nikon cameras. Different cameras work better with different lenses, but the 14-24 and the 105VR are both so sharp on every camera from film (f5, N80, etc..) to the D1x, D3, D4, Z6, D750, Kodak slr/n. I wonder how the 16-35 holds up.
I've loved my nikon 16-35. I've used it on the D700, D750, and now the Z6. I only decided to use it over the 14-24 because I don't want to bother with a bulky square filter system and I don't really need f2.8 for landscapes versus f4. I'm actually about to sell my 16-35 because I just got the 14-30 Z for my Z6.
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What's the warranty for refurb ones? I don't see it listed on adorama page.
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What's the warranty for refurb ones? I don't see it listed on adorama page.
Nikon states 90 days:

"Refurbished Products

All refurbished cameras, lenses and accessories include a 90-day limited warranty against defects in material and workmanship. It offers the same coverage as the Nikon Digital Imaging Warranty, just for 90 days instead of one year."
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If you don't need f2.8, consider the 16-35 f4 as it's lighter and takes regular circular screw on filters. However, if you NEED this lens it's likely for astro which is understandable for the need of f2.8.
I have the 16-35. Not anywhere near as good as the 14-24.

Having circular filters is nice though
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I've loved my nikon 16-35. I've used it on the D700, D750, and now the Z6. I only decided to use it over the 14-24 because I don't want to bother with a bulky square filter system and I don't really need f2.8 for landscapes versus f4. I'm actually about to sell my 16-35 because I just got the 14-30 Z for my Z6.
I haven't bought a z-lens yet. I'm waiting for a 85mm f/1.2. I should have gotten the 24-70 f/4 when I got the Z6, but it's too much money separately. I'll wait for the 85mm f/1.2 or a 24-120 f/4.
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My favorite lens of all time. I shoot journalism, and I know this is too wide for most purposes, but I use it anyway, I love it that much.

Also kicks ass for landscapes, architecture, and urban exploration shots, of course. Just overall a wonderful lens. I can't speak highly enough about it.

As someone else said, filters are tough. You need one of those sets that clamps around the hood, since it does have an attached hood. Expensive. Although I've been wanting to try 3d-printing a kit that'd work with sheet filters I buy elsewhere, so I look forward to giving that a shot.
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Nikon states 90 days:

"Refurbished Products

All refurbished cameras, lenses and accessories include a 90-day limited warranty against defects in material and workmanship. It offers the same coverage as the Nikon Digital Imaging Warranty, just for 90 days instead of one year."
Also don't forget any credit card benefits, including an additional 1 year warranty. I've had success with a few claims.
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Should I use this on a DX (D500)?

For an ultrawide - I was thinking of a Tokina 11-20, but optics quality is pretty key for me. I do have the Sigma Art 16-35, so to me, I'm pretty sure this lens is redundant.

Haven't really tried astro yet as I'm stuck in a city, but I'd like to have the gear to try!
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Not upgrading to Z anytime soon. Had been eyeing this for ages. Finally bit, thanks OP
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