Nikon AF-S Nikkor 24-120mm f/4G ED VR

Announced Aug 19, 2010 •
Zoom lens | Nikon F (FX)
Parag Parelkar
 
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I bought this lens last year. I had been using Nikkor 28~105 Macro D series. It has fungus which is not repairable. So I was suggested to go for this. It a good & fast lens when its used for wedding or any event purpose. But if you want to shooting products than its the worst lens. It has barrel & pinch cushion distortion through out its focal length and also produce chromatic aberrations even in flat lighting. I use this lens on D300 & D800 as well as my older D70. I miss my 28~105 macro D ...

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I thought I'd write a short user's review of the Nikon 24-140 f/4 G VR lens now that I've had it for about a year. I've used it mainly with my D700, and to a lesser extent with my D300. Bottom line: it is a terrific lens and I'm delighted with it. I bought this because I wanted a general purpose FX zoom. For my purposes the focal length range, constant f/4 aperture and VR were just right. But before buying it, I hummed and hawed about the lukewarm to outright negative comments I saw online ...

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James90402
 
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I have one camera, a D800, 7 superb Nikkor lenses & one good Nikkor lens (50 mm f1.4).  I've had many other Nikkor lenses, all sold.  Each lens that I now have was carefully chosen after much experimentation & thought.  The 24-120 mm f/4 is my walk-around lens.  I hiked in rain forests with only this lens on my D800 and was able to shoot armies of leaf-eater ants close up and wide as well as tribes of monkeys, screaming at us from the treetops.  When I was able to bring it too, I did get ...

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StreetPhotographer
 
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I bought this lens for my D800, and I've been very pleasantly surprised. It's almost as sharp as the24-70mm f/2.8, but with excellent VR, in many situations it can beat the 24-70. A real winner. Problems: Absolutely none.

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When I moved from Canon, I researched every aspect of the Nikon body I was buying; the D300. Superb camera. I didn't realize - or even consider, to be honest - the lens differences I might encounter. When I left Canon, I'd owned every single L lens shorter than 300mm. Plus the 100-400...3 times. I'd owned the 24-70/2.8 from Canon twice, and the competitor, the 24-105/4, twice also. I'd kept the 24-105 in the end. It had more range and IS. So when I made the switch, I was astounded to find ...

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I really love this lens on my D700. I was unsure about choosing it because of the mixed reviews out there. I have found it to be very sharp, AF is fast, resists ghosting. It is the most well built plastic lens i've used, though i still wish it was metal. price is a few hundred more than it should be but there really isnt another Nikon "walk-around" lens of this quality. I am not disappointed at all. I am using this lens for travel, wedding (not portraits), and events.

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