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The Nikkor 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED AF-S DX Ultra Wide Angle Zoom Lens is ideal for landscapes, cityscapes, interiors, architecture and more. Renders a picture angle of 109Â° through 61Â°, equivalent to focal lengths of 15-36mm (in FX or 35mm formats). It's design allows faster, smoother autofocusing and eliminates changes in lens barrel length for consistent handling.
Compatible Camera Mount: Nikon DX Format Cameras
Lens Type: Ultra Wide Angle Zoom
Max Focal Length: 24 mm
Max Aperture: f/ 3.5 (Wide), f/ 4.5 (Tele)
Product Title: Nikon Nikkor 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED AF-S DX Ultra Wide Angle Zoom Lens
Power Score: 4.4 | 75 Reviews
Min Focus Distance: 9.45"
Min Focal Length: 10 mm
Filter Size Supported: 77 mm
Included Components: Nikkor 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED AF-S DX Ultra Wide Angle Zoom LensHB-23 HoodCL-1118 Soft Lens Case77mm Lens CapRear Cap
Diameter: 3.25 in
Dimensions: 3.43" Length x 3.25" Diameter
Length: 3.43 in
Weight: 1.01 lbs
Warranty Information: 5 Year Limited Warranty
URL: Manufacturer Link
Angle of View: 109 to 61 degrees
Min Aperture Value: f/22
Max Aperture at Max Focal Length: f/4.5
Max Aperture at Min Focal Length: f/3.5
Product Reviews (13)
in tight quarters Lets me get the full picture i'm looking for
By Gene the Amateur on Adorama - Oct 23, 2013
Great lens for landscapes and cityscapes. If you've never used a wide-angle lens before, the perspective takes some getting used to, but that part of the fun of learning something new.
By Joe Diver on Adorama - Sep 10, 2013
I work mostly in pet photography, but also do some commercial work. This lens rocks in both areas. It lets get as close as I want to animals and gives me incredible depth. For my commercial shoots, I can photograph the smallest rooms from any corner and get the entire room. This lens was well worth the investment.
By Chris on Adorama - Sep 3, 2013
Got this lens for Real Estate photos. Worth every penny!
By Evie1881 on Adorama - Jul 2, 2013
great for indoors
By eric on Adorama - Jun 25, 2013