#3. "RE: Lens issues early on, was it just poor execution, is DxO a fix?" In response to In response to 0
>Eric et al, > >There were several comments back when the D800 first hit about >how useless some of the Nikkor glass was (opine) also with the >list Nikon approved of and so on. > >I never bought into that per se, but has anyone been further >along with this in real time, as a problem, or not as a >problem? > >The issue for me is I have a layaway, on a mint 24mm PCE >Nikkor and given some results I had last week with some >interior shots at Furnace Creek Inn I'm leaning to settling up >and getting used to the process both for architectural and >landscape of mastering the tilt shift. > >One user here, was unsatisfied with the PCE on his D800 but >I'm not certain all things being equal, that every situation >is constrained now that the dust has settled somewhat. > >Or, is DxO a good option to mitigate any anomaly? > >Thanks in advance, > >Rob > > > > > > >
My 24mm 2.8 had to go - but it was marginal on the D7000.