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AF-S DX NIKKOR 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED Lens
Offering a dramatic, ultra-wide 110° picture angle, the 2.4x AF-S DX NIKKOR 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED lens is ideal for landscapes, interiors, architecture and more. With two ED glass and three hybrid aspherical lens elements, Nikon Super Integrated Coating (SIC) and the exclusive Nikon Silent Wave Motor, the AF-S DX NIKKOR 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED lens delivers the exceptional image quality and fast handling that defines NIKKOR optics. Experienced Nikon DX-format photographers will immediately recognize the power of the new 10-24mm ED.
The Nikon 10-24mm is commonly used for Everyday, Home, Landscape/scenery, Landscape photography, Macro photography, Panoramic filming, Portraits, Shooting indoors, Shooting outdoors, Travel, Weddings and more.The Nikon 10-24mm is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Enthusiast, Getting started, Professional, Semi-professional, Tech savvy among others.The Nikon 10-24mm is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Nikon 10-24mm: Compact, Consistent output, Durable, Easy to use, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Improves picture quality, Lightweight, Reliable and Sharp
Most Liked Positive Review
very good wide angle lens
Very useful lens. The range is awesome. The colors are beautiful. Focuses close. Good even for portraits if you don't mind the funny bokeh. Wide angle lens is always a good thing to have ,so I think it is worth buying one and with Nikon you always get what you're paying for, many times you get a lot more, not in this case, but I'm still very happy with purchasing this lens and I would buy it again, no doubt ! It is an awesome product ! That is what Nikon does, after all.
Most Liked Negative Review
Below average lens
Overall I have been quite disappointed with this lens. I use it on a D7000. It resolves very poorly (a lot of detail is lost) when the subject is at a distance, making it a poor landscape lens (tripod does not help). I also own the Nikon 17-55, and at overlapping focal distances the 17-55 far out resolves the 10-24, it isn't even close. For the price, it has definitely been a disappointment. If the subject is closer then the lens performs a little better, but still not well enough. The D7000 ...View full Review
Overall I have been quite disappointed with this lens. I use it on a D7000. It resolves very poorly (a lot of detail is lost) when the subject is at a distance, making it a poor landscape lens (tripod does not help). I also own the Nikon 17-55, and at overlapping focal distances the 17-55 far out resolves the 10-24, it isn't even close. For the price, it has definitely been a disappointment. If the subject is closer then the lens performs a little better, but still not well enough. The D7000 AF-Fine tune has been of no help with this one, there is just an overall lack of clarity. But when I need a really wide shot, at least it goes to 10mm.
Reviewed by 133 customers
This is one of my go-to lenses. It always seems to make an appearance on any shoot. Highly recommend it!
Just got the lens and have shot many test shots. Zoom is smooth and tight. The focus ring is too thin and the aperture ring can get in the way. This could be improved by switching positions of rings. Overall its a very good lens. I recently purchased a 105mm macro, which can be used on a FX and DX format camera and it cost the same as the 10-24mm and its a DX lens (FX would have to use crop). Seems the 10-24mm should cost less...?
This is one of my go to lenses especially if landscape/cityscape images.
The first time I put this on my D 7100 I fell in love with it. Sunrise photos got much better. It even did great at night. Had to do some shooting in a tight space in a dark bar. no problem. This is on one of my D 7100's and my other one has a Nikon 18-300 mm on it most of the time, (I keep a 35 mm handy too) I am ready for anything. Fun to use.
Just the thing for interior shots in homes. I've been using it for real estate photography and it is the way to go. One note is that I go back to my 18-105 when I get outside unless I need that really wide shot.
I actually bought this to replace one I had previously that was unfortunately stolen, but loved it and glad to have it back in my arsenal again! Perfect for cityscapes and landscapes! Took this sucker to the Grand Canyon & Muir Woods and got some amazing photos with it!
This lens is everything it needs to be, some may bash the lens barrel, but I find it's light weight quite comfortable! Best thing about it is not having to miss shots because I can't get back far enough! Sure, there's a little distortion, but at 10mm or so, it's expected! I definitely give the lens a 4.5 star rating, to me, a must have!
What an awesome lens. The difference between 18mm on my existing lenses to 10mm on this one is dramatic. Exciting possibilities. Expensive, but worth the investment. Can't wait to take this on my next trip.
I was debating between the 10-24 and the 12-24 so I ordered them both to compare. Here's what I found: The 10-24 is wider (obviously) by a quite noticeable amount while still maintaining mostly straight horizon lines. I was pleasantly surprised and impressed by this. The curvature that does exist at 10mm is easily corrected in lightroom and results in very minor cropping. The 10-24 is sharper than the 12-24 and has better color and contrast reproduction as well. This surprised me because I expected it to be the other way around. The 12-24 has a constant maximum aperture which is handy if you are zooming while shooting in manual. If you are not shooting in manual this is irrelevant. (Even if you are shooting in manual with a variable maximum aperture lens, you just use the largest aperture of the lens that is constant throughout the zoom range). There is a lot of talk about the build quality of the 12-24 being better than the 10-24. I found this to be mostly unfounded as neither of these lenses are built to rugged standards. They have very similar materials and durability in my opinion. Final analysis: I kept the 10-24 because it is wider, sharper, and reproduces color and contrast better than the 12-24.
This lens allows me to capture entire rooms as we remodel retail stores. I also like the fact that I can take it on my hikes and capture so much more than my 18-200. Great lens!
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