Or, for even better results, y'all could put the 14-24 on a D3. Just a thought.
I cannot help to jump on this post for those who do not yet realize the value of such adapter.
I am an ex Nikon user. I still have my 17-35 AF-S and 45mm P lenses, the last is one I perhaps will never sell. In lack of Nikon having a FF I researched Canon and then broader and went for Mamiya. I now shoot ZD camera and 7ii.
The new Nikon D3 is FF, but not impressive to me. I shoot mainly landscapes and scenery and it lacks not only ISO 50 but even 100. That renders it useless. Likewise when it comes to having only 12MP. That is not enough for my photography. I have had Nikon F100 (very good camera, especially with Fuji Velvia ISO 50) and in digital D50 and D200 (last over 17 months, whereof D50 was only 2).
Holding a Canon 5D earlier this year was a totally different feeling. It felt somewhat like back to my F100 and photography again.
It is healthy for us all to think further than our own brand. Canon has the advantage of that there is room for an adapter between lens mounts of other brand of lenses and the camera. That is a great possibility. That is more difficult if you shoot Nikon. Do check on Mark's webpage at the extensive experience he has in fitting other brand lenses on Canon. That is impressive and very great.
Canon is seemingly lagging behind Nikon in wide zooms. However, Canon has a larger choice of lenses, and also more lenses with wider aperatures than Nikon to help isolate subjects with out of focus blur, similar to what medium format has.
This adapter with aperature blades is really great and useful product. If I go back to DSLR, little question in my mind that it will be a Canon. I think they are still ahead in spite of D3, and this adapter would be a true gem.