NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S
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A fast, powerful and extremely versatile mid-range zoom with a constant f/2.8 maximum aperture. Incredibly sharp across the entire frame with high resolution and beautiful bokeh. Elevated by a Nikon designed Multi-Focus System, next generation lens flare correction and advanced S-Line features and functionality, the NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S is a must-have lens that marks the sweet spot of performance, precision and optical superiority.
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NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S
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This beauty is sharp and fast. Amazing quality and a staple for weddings and portraits. This sits on my Z9 and gives the always important 2.8 aperture.
This lens is now the gold standard of zoom lenses within this range. Yes, it's larger than the kit 24-70, but the payoff is huge unless you are counting ounces for a backpacking trip. For that "epic capture", no need to look at anything else. Too bad Nikon stopped using the gold rings at the rim, because that's the only thing this lacks.
Nikon user for over 45 years. I decided to plunge into a zoom lens, and glad I did. I've had it 4 months now, taken about 800 pictures. Hard to describe the sharpness and detail this lens provides. It's fast, quiet, and super sharp into the corners.I've taken it on a couple short trips, and really pleased with results.
I was very disappointed to learn that my factory refurbished lens was broken. I didn’t realize it until we’ll after the 14 day return window, so now I have to pay to fix a lens that I received broken. My advice to everyone: don’t buy refurbished lenses, and always scrutinize you internal lens as much as possible immediately after receiving a lens. I learned the hard way.
I won't leave home without it.
I really like the Z 7 with this lense. It is a very light combination that takes great pictures. Very happy with this. Will be looking forward to more longer range lenses for the Z´s later on.
Before this lens I was using my f-mount 24-70. It is heavy and hard to use with the Z6 being there is no vertical button on the camera. So I took the plunge and bought its equivalent in the Z series. Its awesome. Its brighter lighter and sharp as heck from end to end. The only problem is manually focusing with the little ring on the end. In low light it tends to not focus and I need to manually override and its darn near impossible other than that I love the lens. Its a great native lens for the Z series.
Since I exchange with the Nikkor Z 24-70mm f/4 S), I carried this lens all the time when I take photos. The result is very sharp and crisp compare to my Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8 F lens.
So, I spend a summer holiday week in Montreal with my new Z6 taking along my 50mm f/1.8 S prime and my F mount 20mm f/1.8 wide lens. I used both lenses and came back with gorgeous photos though it was a PIA to constantly change lenses. After reading many positive reviews about the 24-70mm f/2.8S I decided to add it to my arsenal. I had moments where a little more reach would have been desirable and moments of opportunity lost with the wrong lens on the camera.
While this glass isn´t quite as fast as my primes, the image quality is comparable, sharp, contrasty and most often not too much flair in spite of it being a zoom. Being able to program the third encoder ring for other uses is handy as si the user programmable push-button. The Z6 sensor is quiet enough so you can push the ISO a bit and still capture great images at F/2.8. IT has a nice heft yet its fairly compact. If you are accustomed to telephoto lenses or hefting a professional video camera, this lens is a lightweight and won´t bog you down even when shooting all day.
Price is high for the casual photographer. For the professional or high level amateur, it´s worth the cost. There is a bit of doubt about it truly being professional class glass. For zooming it is a pumper, the front objective moves in and out. This may be fine for shortening the lens when not shooting, but it may permit dust and moisture ingress. I prefer IC zooms where all of the element shifting is internal.
That said, it is amazingly sharp at all focal lengths and apertures. Truly a new generation of glass that can compete with primes. I plan to leave it permanently on my Z6 and use a longer reach zoom on my Z7.
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