24-200 for professional use?

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Ernie Misner
Ernie Misner Veteran Member • Posts: 8,011
Re: 24-200 for professional use?
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madeinlisboa wrote:

This one does not need to be stepped down. Z lens usually look sharper than F lens at wider apertures.

Another plus is that it is sharp at 200mm which is refreshing to see for a superzoom. I wonder how Nikon managed to up their quality so much on the Z lenses. New, forward thinking engineers?   I know the larger mount flange does help.

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