Looking for some peoples thoughts,
I have very little experience with Nikon, having shot Canon and Hasselblad for, well, forever. Not sure if I have ever shot a frame with a Nikon slr.
I've been planning for quite a while to move to a new medium format tech cam system this spring, however if the rumors are true and the D800 does turn out to be a 36mp camera, I may try to work with that.
95% of my shooting is on a tripod, stopped down, mirror lock up, etc. With that consideration I have some questions and concerns about the nikon wide angles... will they be up to it?
The 24 and 45 t/s would be core lenses. Do they hold up well at 24mp? I find the canon 24t/s quite good, is it comparable? What about wider? It seems as if the 14-24 gets good reviews. Is this good in a "good for a ultrawide zoom" or good in absolute terms?
I'm a little confused here, as I was ready to shell out a bunch of money for a more traditional architecture setup, but it seems like (if it happens of course) a D800 with 14-24, 24t/s, 45t/s, and 70-200 would do what I need for far less and with a far easier workflow (live view, etc).