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Nikon 24-120mm f/4G ED VR


$996.95

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Fixed F/4 aperture - better on the long end next to the previous generation Nikon 24-120mm. Updated VR II image stabilization over the previous generation - normal and active settings. Good build quality - somewhat sealed against dust, metal mount, solid feel.

The Cons:Somewhat slow fixed F/4 aperture - worse on the short end compared to the previous generation Nikon 24-120mm, poorer than the professional F/2.8 standard in low light, worse at isolating subjects. Weighs 25% more than the previous Nikon 24-120mm lens it replaces. Poor light falloff (vignetting) at F/4 at all lengths.

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    fixed F/4 aperture - better on the long end next to the previous generation Nikon 24-120mm

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    updated VR II image stabilization over the previous generation - normal and active settings

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    good build quality - somewhat sealed against dust, metal mount, solid feel

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    no zoom creep

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    non-rotaing front element, takes standard 77mm filters

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    comes with a bayonet style hood for protection and improved image quality

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    SWM for silent, fast, and accurate AF - internally focusing, manual override

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    full frame

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    much improved sharpness over the previous generation Nikon 24-120mm

Cons
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    somewhat slow fixed F/4 aperture - worse on the short end compared to the previous generation Nikon 24-120mm, poorer than the professional F/2.8 standard in low light, worse at isolating subjects

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    weighs 25% more than the previous Nikon 24-120mm lens it replaces

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    poor light falloff (vignetting) at F/4 at all lengths

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    mediocre bokeh

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    lots of geometric distortion (easily corrected, however)

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