Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 70
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tfeazel Long term quality
This lens lives on my D800E. I have 18 FX lenses, and it's my favorite.
June 21, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bugalug369 Nice bokeh,light on weight and sharp lens
I bought Nikon D610 FX in March 2015 together with 50mm f1.4G,..50mm 1.4 is a good standard lens however because of short in my finance, I decide to swap 50mm f1.4G with medium range lens zoom so I could take a shot and use the zoom,..took me few weeks decided to swap standard lens with AF-S Nikkor 24-120mm F.4G.... I would like to recommend for the beginner of photographers who short on finance.. 24-120mm F4G is light on weight compare with mid range zoom,sharp lens and nice bokeh..
April 17, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by D4photos Vs 24-105L this one crushes!
I just switched from Canon 24-105L. You will not be sorry. This lens is just outstanding. I have done many types of settings including flash, indoor, outdoor, portrait, etc. It's just fantastic.
December 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Scripps23 Ultimate Nikon Landscape Zoom Lens
After visiting numerous National Parks in the United States, this lens has the best combination of focal lengths and optical quality for my landscape needs. Below is a photo taken with this lens and a Nikon D800 camera body at 6:18 AM in Death Valley National Park in California. The shutter speed is 1/4 of a second (on a tripod), the aperture is f/8, the focal length is 24mm, the ISO is 100, the exposure mode is manual, and the white balance is auto.
October 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by tthom53 My Standard - Hard to Take Off
While this may not be the sharpest lens in Nikon's bag. it has performed wonderfully as the standard lens on my D300 and D800, and it will reclaim that position on my D810 following the theft of my D800. I have numerous prime lenses (50mm 1.8G; 85mm 1.8G; 105mm micro 2.8G among them), but for pure flexibility and the confidence of knowing I'll get the perfect shot regardless of the distance, this is my lens. My last one was stolen along with my D800, and the new one has a firmer "turn feel" (not a technical term), and I'm hoping it remains so to prevent the lens involuntarily lengthening as it hangs on my shoulder.
September 26, 2014