Nikon D800 Digital Camera Review$2,999.95
Chromatic aberration was generally quite minimal on the D800 when paired with the Nikkor 24-120mm f/4 lens. It showed up in the typical places—wide open and narrow apertures and at the extreme ends of the focal length range. Even then we didn't detect much lateral color fringing, except at 100% magnification in high contrast scenes.
Distortion was a heavier than usual problem with the 24-120mm f/4 lens that we tested the Nikon D800 with. The lens showed a heavy barrel distortion of 3.62% at the wide angle end of 24mm. In these longer zoom lenses that usually quickly settles into a minor pincushion distortion for disappearing all but completely. On the 24-120 it produced a significant pincushion distortion through the middle (2.9%) and telephoto (2.55%) ends of the focal range. This was with distortion control turned off, so your normal shots should be unaffected if you use the in-camera correction, but there are probably better lenses for architecture photography.