Lenstip.com har anmeldt Nikon Nikkor AF-S DX 10-24 mm f/3.5-4.5G ED, som er et af de senetse ultra vidvinkel objektiver fra Nikon.
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The size does matter, at least when it comes to a camera sensor size. That size entails a lot of necessary moves, and it can be seen on the example of plenty of different companies. Olympus decided to use small Four Thirds system sensors, it sticks to them consequently and can skillfully make the most of their advantages. Canon, for a change, is the only company which offers its customers three sizes of sensors: in the amateur and half-professional segment the APS-C sensor rules with absolute power, in professional 1D/1Ds cameras we deal with full frame and APS-H sensors.
Against such a background the history of the Nikon company is even more interesting. At the beginning of the digital era that company, like Olympus, decided to use sensors of one size only – a DX format, in which the detector has sides 1.5 shorter than those of full frame. The company proved to all and sundry that it was an excellent choice, stressing during every training that a one size detector, in addition a bit smaller than full frame, was a big asset. I remember myself lectures delivered by Nikon Poland specialists, who spoke with indulgence about the Canon’s indecision and its three sensor sizes, describing most emphatically the disadvantages of a full frame usage (at times they were very right otherwise).