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The Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 is the sharpest 14mm and 18mm lens I've ever used, by far. I know, because I've shot it head-to-head against my 14mm f/2.8 , 18mm AF and 18mm f/3.5 AI-s on the D3. The 14-24mm is sharper in the corners at f/2.8 than anything.
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