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| p.2 #5 · Nikon 16-35mm f/4G ED VR II OR 14-24mm 2.8 for Landscape |
The 14-24 is ruled out by lack of filter acceptance. Also, for this type of photography you're going to be shooting stopped down anyways so those who are more interested in pixel peeping rather than actual printing are the only ones who will really notice the difference in image quality between the two. Also, that is a lot of fast, heavy glass to hike national parks with just to stop it down. Choose the 14-24 for speed, such as indoor concert photography etc, not for stopped down landscapes. The 16-35 is much lighter, less expensive, and accepts filters. The only person that will notice the difference is you, your back and your wallet.