Nikon NIKKOR Z 24-120mm f/4 S Lens now in Stock & Shipping
The Nikon NIKKOR Z 24-120mm f/4 S Lens has been out of stock for months at major US stores, and now it is in stock at Amazon. You can also check the availability of the lens at B&H, Adorama (to be released on May 16, 2022).
The NIKKOR Z 24-120 f/4 S brings a versatile all-purpose zoom range together with premium S-Line optics, a constant f/4 aperture, close focusing, robust weather-sealing and superior resolution—all in a compact, travel-friendly package. The lens is compatible with FX and DX format Nikon Z series mirrorless (24mm-120mm on an FX format Z camera), (36mm – 180mm on a DX format Z camera).
Nikon NIKKOR Z 24-120mm f/4 S Lens: $1,096.95 at B&H, Adorama.
Features and technical specifications include:
- Maximum aperture: f/4
- Minimum aperture: f/22
- Maximum reproduction ratio: 0.39x
- Minimum focusing distance: 1.15 feet
- Filter attachment size: 77mm
- Nikon NIKKOR Z 24-120mm f/4 S Lens Manual
From CameraLabs Review:
Nikon’s Z 24-120mm f4 S is a worthy and well featured successor to the venerable AF-S 24-120mm f4G VR which the new lens surpasses in every aspect. It produces very sharp images with almost no field-curvature or colour aberrations and can confidently be used wide open and in challenging contra-light situations. Its Bokeh is relatively nice for a focal ratio of f4.0 and the vibration reduction of the camera provides a respectable 4 stops of stabilization. So the Z 24-120mm f4 S is the perfect choice for those wanting more reach than the standard 24-70mm lens and value a constant f4.0 focal ratio. Highly Recommended.
- Very good resolution and contrast up to 50mm focal length.
- Almost no longitudinal colour aberrations or purple fringing.
- Only little vignetting and no distortions – through lens-profile.
- Fast and reliable AF operation and low focus breathing.
- Very little field-curvature up to 50mm focal length.
- Relatively nice Bokeh.
- Image stabilization in camera good for 4 stops.
- Weather sealing, focus + multi function ring, function button.
- Not parfocal.
- No image stabilization on Z fc or Z 50 cameras.