Compare Nikon Zoom-Nikkor 18-70 mm F/3.5-4.5 DX IF G ED Lens to Nikon Nikkor 10-24 mm F/3.5-4.5 AS DX G SWM AF-S IF ED M/A Lens

 
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  Nikon Zoom-Nikkor 18-70 mm F/3.5-4.5 DX IF G ED Lens

Nikon Zoom-Nikkor 18-70 mm F/3.5-4.5 DX IF G ED Lens

Nikon Nikkor 10-24 mm F/3.5-4.5 AS DX G SWM AF-S IF ED M/A Lens

Nikon Nikkor 10-24 mm F/3.5-4.5 AS DX G SWM AF-S IF ED M/A Lens

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Looking for a Nikon camera lens that is ideal for everyday photography, but also incorporates features that are usually found in advanced lenses for digital cameras? Look no further than the... More
Looking for a Nikon camera lens that is ideal for everyday photography, but also incorporates features that are usually found in advanced lenses for digital cameras? Look no further than the Nikon Zoom-Nikkor DX G ED [IF]. This Zoom-Nikkor Lens incorporates a silent wave motor for smooth yet crisp focus. The broad focal range of this Nikon camera lens makes it perfect for those subjects that arise all around in everyday photography. Zoom-Nikkor Lens shutter speeds of up to four stops faster are made possible by the inclusion of a system that effectively reduces the vibration within the Nikon Zoom-Nikkor DX G ED [IF]. Distortion, such as astigmatism, chromatic aberration and more, is effectively reduced by the Nikon Zoom-Nikkor DX G ED [IF] elements that use extra low dispersion and spherical, complex elements. Less
With two extra-low dispersion elements, the Nikon Zoom-Nikkor G ED provides photographers with versatile wide-angle shooting options. This Nikon camera lens has a multi-coating that blocks... More
With two extra-low dispersion elements, the Nikon Zoom-Nikkor G ED provides photographers with versatile wide-angle shooting options. This Nikon camera lens has a multi-coating that blocks out ultraviolet light and flares, keeping colors accurate. Three aspherical element lenses reduce aberration in wide-angle photos. The f/3.5-4.5 aperture allows photographers to shoot in dim environments. The 10-24-mm length of this lens makes it ideal for general photography. A sleek, compact design gives the Nikon Zoom-Nikkor G ED a professional look and feel. This Nikon camera lens is lightweight for ease of travel and handling. This wide-angle camera lens allows users to change quickly between manual and autofocus with the flip of a switch. The Nikon Zoom-Nikkor G ED features a silent wave motor for quick, quiet autofocus, ideal for sound sensitive photo shoots such as animal photography. A seven-blade diaphragm renders out-of-focus areas in a more natural way when using this wide-angle camera lens. The Zoom-Nikkor works with Nikon F mount SLR cameras. Less
Dimensions   
Diameter 3 inch -
Weight 13.76 oz -
Compatibility   
Compatible Brand Nikon -
Camera Technology Digital -
Camera Type Digital SLR -
Lens System   
Focus Type Auto & Manual -
Maximum Aperture F/3.5-4.5 -
Type Wide Angle -
Min Aperture 36 -
Other Features   
Brand Nikon -
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Nikon Zoom-Nikkor 18-70 mm F/3.5-4.5 DX IF G ED Lens
Nikon Zoom-Nikkor 18-70 mm F/3.5-4.5 DX IF G ED Lens
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Nikon Nikkor 10-24 mm F/3.5-4.5 AS DX G SWM AF-S IF ED M/A Lens
Nikon Nikkor 10-24 mm F/3.5-4.5 AS DX G SWM AF-S IF ED M/A...
$27.95

Product Review Summary

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Pros
  • Good Quality (4)
  • Powerful Zoom (4)
  • Fast Focus (3)
  • Good value (2)
  • Sharp Focus (2)
  • Lightweight (1)
Cons
  • Poor Quality (2)
  • Slow Focus (1)
  • Bad in Low Light (1)
  • Weak Zoom (1)
Good For
  • Multi-purpose (5)
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Consumer Reviews

170

Can a "Kit" Lens Be Any Good?

bycolonialpara Apr 27, 2007
71 Helpfuls 72 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Excellent optics, price to performance winner, a great mid-range zoom.
Cons Less than pro build quality, variable aperture, vignetting is present.
Recommended it? Yes

INTRODUCTION

The Nikkor 18-70mm AF-S ED f3.5-4.5G IF DX zoom lens is one of those lenses from Nikon that first appeared about the time that the company introduced its first sub-$1,000 U.S. digital SLR, the Nikon D70 to the camera shooting public. Originally marketed to be sold as part of... Read full review »

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The Nikon 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5 G ED-IF AF-S DX lives up to all of its letters.

byjvandegr Mar 27, 2006
27 Helpfuls 28 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Fast focus, very good optical quality, useful zoom range, compact, low weight, affordable.
Cons Zoom lens movement is not smooth, some vignetting at large apertures.
Recommended it? Yes

Introduction

A "kit" in the camera world is a camera body and a lens (usually a zoom). Any pro photographer knows to stay away from kits. Why? Because the vast majority of lenses included with kits are sub-par performers. In the 1990's, a lot of kits from the top camera manufacturers... Read full review »

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