SONY SEL 1018 f4 OSS vs Nikkor 14-24 f2.8G ED AF-S Rolling Review Part IV

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19 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    Mysterious shot is with Sony 10-18mm 🙂

  2. Anonymous says:

    I think it is done with the old Kitzoom 18-55, maybe at 18mm and F 9

  3. Anonymous says:

    Mysterious shot is a stitched pano

  4. That’s not the full answer, but you are close.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Mysterious shot is a stitched pano with both lenses?

    By the way great review, thanks

    best holiday wishes to you


    • You are very close, but still not the right anwer. Thank you for including at least your first name, as I can only ship to the name in the post. Otherwise, I can’t be sure that the winner is the right person.

  6. Useful articles – thanks for your efforts.
    Mystery image:
    Stitches from several shifted images from the 17 TSE?

  7. Mystery image is stiched, but TS-E was not used. All you have to do now is to find out which lenses were used and which one is what part of the image. Please, be sure to include your name in the answer, as I can ship only to that name later. Otherwise I can’t know who is the winner.

  8. Mystery image is:
    Stitched with Sony SEL 1018 on the left and Nikkor 14-24 on the left. Both lenses were at ~18mm, although the final crop is slightly smaller. Camera was in portrait orientation OR pictures were stitched vertically to improve corner performance.

    Thanks for the article.

    Thad Waldner

  9. Correction: Nikkor 14-24 on the RIGHT

  10. Very close, but still not there 🙂

  11. More hints please!

    Question: Test image three is labeled as the Sony lens, yet when I open it, the title becomes Nikkor. Which is it?

  12. Hi Thaddeus, thanks for the note. It is probably Nikkor, so I will rewrite it in the description. However, it is there only to show, how the scene looked like, so it does not have any real relevance to the tests.
    More hints… Hm… You are so close, that If I say almost anything, it will be easy to come with a right answer. And someone can do it sooner than you.
    Let’s try this – Sweeden is famous by many things, but one of them has to do something with a number. Think of that number 🙂

  13. Doug says:

    Thanks for taking the time to put this together. This exactly the type of crazy comparison I’ve been looking for! Thank you 🙂

  14. christian says:

    This is the defished and cropped samyang 7.5 😉
    Great review !

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