Nikon Nikkor 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED AF-S DX

Nikon Nikkor 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED AF-S DX
10-24 mm
autofocus 2.4x zoom lens
f/3.5-4.5
variable aperture
  • Designed for APS-C Nikon DX
  • Nikon AF-S Built-in focus motor

reviewswhat are people saying

"This wide angle lense proved to be better than I had expected...what an addition to my photography line-up."

bhphotovideo.com

"My experience after receiving this lens exceeded my expectation. The sharpness of the lens from corner to corner was much better that others I have seen. I would recommend this lens."

bhphotovideo.com

"The focus and zoom functions are not as smooth as I've experienced in the past on other lenses. It's not as sharp as I would expect for a Nikon lens. I'll have to try to find a non-zoom lens wide enough to do what I need to do. This lens is ok for a snapshoot type lens. And eventually I may find a setting for the lens that will yield the results I need."

bhphotovideo.com

compatibilitywith digital cameras

Pros

Cons

The Nikon 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED AF-S DX vs other Digital camera lenses

Fixed aperture Variable aperture Help
Narrower aperture at longer focal lengths
Max focal length Poor telephoto lens Help
24 mm
Image stabilization No image stabilization Help
Risk of blur
Wide minimum Poor narrowest aperture Help
f/4.5

The Nikon 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED AF-S DX vs other Digital camera lenses

Zoom range Poor zoom range Help
2.4x

Specifications

General

Min focal length
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10 mm
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Max focal length
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24 mm
below average below average
Zoom range
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2.4x
Magnification
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1:5 (0.2)

Aperture

Wide maximum
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f/3.5
Wide minimum
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f/4.5
below average below average
Tele maximum
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f/4.5
below average below average
Tele minimum
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f/4.5
below average below average

Features

Auto focus
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Yes
above average above average
Focus motor
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Nikon AF-S
Image stabilization
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None
Fisheye
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No
Tilt-shift
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No

Form factor

Lens mount
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Nikon DX
Length
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87 mm
Diameter
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83 mm
Filter size
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77 mm
Weight
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459 g

Angle of view

Wide horizontal
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99.4°
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Telephoto horizontal
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52.4°
Wide vertical
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75.9°
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Telephoto vertical
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36°
Wide diagonal
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109.5°
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Telephoto diagonal
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61°

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DiscussionWhat do you think about the Nikon Nikkor 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED AF-S DX lens?

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Avatar for Gyorgy Baffy Gyorgy Baffy (11:10 PM, September 26, 2018)
Just bought a Nikon Nikkor 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED AF-S DX lens and realized AutoFocus would not work with my D80.
Since I see that this website indicates it is compatible, thus I am not sure if any other wide-angle lens shown here would pass the test.
Does anyone know a reliable list of D80compatible lenses?
 
Avatar for MrZeeZee MrZeeZee (6:33 PM, September 23, 2014)
Hah, you guys listed the wrong Amazon link, I was like $100?! Yeah... didn't think so.
 
Prajay (6:06 PM, April 08, 2012)
Since this is a DX lens, how will it work with a FX camera?
 
 
Take57 (2:37 AM, December 20, 2010)
109 is the published number from Nikon. It also seems to be the generally accepted number used by the folks on either NikonCafe or Fred Miranda. The only reason I noticed it was I'm in the market for a UWA and saw that the the FOV for the Nikon @ 10mm was wider than the 10mm Sigma, Tokina, or Tamron by something between 5 and 10 deg. Sorry I don't have the link at hand, but there were variances.

Perhaps it's just marketing and your math is right, but then again it wouldn't surprise me a bit if not all 10mm FOV's are the same either.
 
Avatar for lenshero lenshero (6:25 PM, December 19, 2010)
Is that from Nikon? Hmm. LensHero calculates the field of view, using:

FOV (rectilinear) = 2 * arctan (frame size/(focal length * 2))

See: http://www.bobatkins.com/photography/technical/field_of_view.html

We can definitely update this lens if we've got it wrong, but I'm curious to know if our calculations are incorrect or don't apply to every lens perhaps.
 
Take57 (6:22 PM, December 19, 2010)
While you're correcting, the max. horizontal FOV is 109 deg, not 99.4
 
Avatar for lenshero lenshero (4:39 PM, December 19, 2010)
Thanks JR, we'll get those corrected.
 
Jrdicks (4:35 PM, December 19, 2010)
The maximum apertures that are listed for this lens are incorrect. The maximum apertures, ie, the minimum f/ stops, are 22 and 29.