NIKKOR Z 24-200mm f/4-6.3 VR
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An immensely versatile all-in-one zoom that’s ready to capture all the beauty you encounter on your next trek. Sweeping landscapes, impressive architecture, lively street photography and so much more. Superb video performance with remarkably smooth, fast and quiet autofocus. Gorgeous edge-to-edge clarity and faithful point light reproduction. All with the convenience of a single, lightweight grab and go lens.
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NIKKOR Z 24-200mm f/4-6.3 VR
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Great versatile lens. This is the lens I use most of the time. Great for close up shots and distant. It’s my go to lens.
It’s a fantastic “walking around” lens for the Z system. Useful zoom range; sharp, reasonably fast, especially since the new mirrorless bodies like my Z8 have such incredible high ISO performance.When I’m traveling or hiking and I don’t want to bring huge glass, this lens is my go-to.
It replaced my AF-S 28-300mm lens for my Nikon Z7. It is sharp. Also works great on my Nikon Z-50 as 35-300mm lens
Great all around lens for me. Have gotten beautiful images with it. Very smooth zooming action.
The Nikon 24-200 is perfect for my daily needs. The Nikon Z 5 is my first mirrorless camera. I walk and hike often, and I needed something lightweight. I am pleased with the image results I get. This would also be a great travel lens.I plan on getting additional lenses, but the 24-200 will remain my "daily driver".
As a professional photographer, I own a lot of F2.8 lenses, but they're not practical for carrying on my back while hiking the mountains, and for landscape photography I don't need constant F2.8 or F4 since I'm almost always trying to maximize my depth of field and shooting with no wider than F8. For hiking and landscape, I need a light weight, versatile lens, that is sharp. Any super-zoom, is going to have shortcomings, and if you pixel peep you'll find issues with this lens too, but pixel peeping is BS, because that's not how you really look at images. This lens for all practical purposes is very sharp and is far better than my old Nikon AF-S 24-120 F4 lens. Its VR works extremely well, and I appreciate the zoom lock for hiking. I wish it had a switch auto/manual focus, but not a big deal since I use back button focusing. Also, It would be nice if it had a switch for VR on the barrel, and lens coatings to minimize flare, but I guess Nikon was trying to keep the cost down. The bottom line, for landscape, hiking and traveling, this is the best option, and it will give you professional results, prints that could hang in a gallery and be sold.
I always mistrusted super-zooms but purchased this one after a good friend, and avid fan of the Z-system, recommended it to me with enthusiasm. After my experience, I've changed my mind about super-zooms.Now, the good things about this lens are that it's light, reasonably sharp (I'm always shooting in AP at f8 to compensate) and tough enough. The aspects that I didn't quite like were that I sometimes wished for a larger aperture at both ends (at least f3.5-5.6), and a manual focus option, in addition to a closer minimum focusing distance. However, given the ratio of cost-benefit, and considering that this lens comprises a vast range of focal lengths, I won't complain. I've been quite happy with the performance of this lens and its extraordinary quickness at focusing, and the combo of Z6II and this lens helped me bring some pleasant images that I'll print and hang at home,
In my 60+ years of photography using everything from Kodak Brownies to 4x5 view cameras, the Nikon Z 24-200mm lens is the sharpest and most versatile zoom lens I've ever used. It especially useful for video. While shooting 4k video, one can switch from FX to DX mode and go from 200mm to an effective 300mm while maintaining 4k resolution. This makes this lens coupled with my Nikon Z7 a superb video combination for my use.
Great lens. Lite & sharp
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