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Nikon AF-S 24-120mm f/4G ED VR review

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Based on the success of Nikon’s original AF-S 24-120mm VR, this second edition features a constant aperture rating and an upgraded stabilizer instead of a variable aperture rating. Still, it has been on the market for over a decade and the 3.5 Stop Stabilizer is less effective than most new Nikon lenses. At least VR has a normal mode and an active mode, but there is no “sports” mode for Nikon’s new lenses.


mount: Nikon F (FX)
Full frame: yes
auto focus: yes
Stable: yes
Lens structure: 17 elements of 13 groups
Angle of view: 84-20 degrees
Aperture blade: 9
Minimum aperture: f / 22
Minimum focal length: 0.45m
Maximum magnification: 0.24 times
Filter size: 77mm
Size: 84x104mm
weight: 710g

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