Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 24-120mm f/4G ED-N VR Lens
Nano Crystal Coat Reduces Flare
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- FX-Format Standard Zoom
- VR II Image Stabilization
- Nano Crystal Coat Reduces Flare
- Super Integrated Coating (SIC)
- M/A Focus Mode Switch
- Internal Focus (IF)
- Silent Wave Motor (SWM)
- Rounded 9-Blade Diaphragm
While the Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 24-120mm f/4G ED-N VR Lens from Nikon is designed primarily for use with FX-format D-SLR cameras, it’s equally at home on any DX-format D-SLR camera. As a standard 5.0x zoom on an FX-format camera body, it’s perfect for landscapes, portraits, and weddings – it’s an excellent choice for a perfect take-along-everywhere lens. On a DX-format camera, the focal length gets a 1.5x bump that turns it into a formidable longer-range optic with enough wide angle for all but the widest of shots.
The AF-S 24-120 ED VR is a versatile imaging tool with a constant maximum aperture of f/4.0 – this enables photographers to maintain exposure settings throughout the entire zoom range. For those critical focusing-moments – the M/A focus mode switch allows the shooter to quickly change between manual and autofocus modes.
Nikon’s optical engineers have graced the lens elements with their proprietary Super Integrated Coating- a superior multicoating process that enhances light transmission for maximum clarity, crispness, and contrast. Additionally this NIKKOR offering also benefits from Nikon’s very own Nano Crystal Coat – a high-tech lens treatment that ensures maximum imaging quality by limiting or eliminating the negative effects from ghosting, flare, and glare.
Low-light shooters will greatly appreciate the benefits from the addition of Nikon’s VR II image stabilization system. This amazing internal virtual-tripod allows photographers to work with shutter-speeds up to 4x slower than usual – whether it’s a candle-lit snap-shot or a moody portrait taken in a dark alley-way under a dingy street-lamp – hand-held photographers can rely on the AF-S 24-120 ED VR for sharp, clear, and extremely well-detailed imaging.