Nikon 24-85mm AF-S f3.5-4.5 VR II full frame lens £284.20 at Currys
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Nikon 24-85mm AF-S f3.5-4.5 VR II full frame lens £284.20 at Currys

£284.20
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Found 8th Jun
This will work with FX (full frame sensor) and DX (APS-C crop sensor) Nikon DSLRs. It's probably more suited for FX as it gives a good choice of focal lengths between wide/landscape and slight telephoto/portrait in full frame. The ED glass should give excellent results and VR II is useful at the telephoto end, especially if you are taking portrait shots.

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Original Poster

It looks like Amazon are price matching now!

Original Poster

So is it just the Canon users voting cold, or is there a better deal out there somewhere?

Damn good price for this lens. It was always great on my D750

Spod

So is it just the Canon users voting cold, or is there a better deal out … So is it just the Canon users voting cold, or is there a better deal out there somewhere?


Lots of usual haters without any knowledge...

Heat given as this is good deal !!!
Ok

Blinding price! It's tempting but I'm looking at the 70-300 options for my next lens - anyone used the new AF-P model?

Good price and a good lens. I decided to get the 24-120 vf f4. Which offers great range and a good minimum aperature but it will set you back more than this deal.

anyone know a good Nikon lens for closeups for cars

MazingerZ

anyone know a good Nikon lens for closeups for cars



Full frame or crop?

notos

Blinding price! It's tempting but I'm looking at the 70-300 options for … Blinding price! It's tempting but I'm looking at the 70-300 options for my next lens - anyone used the new AF-P model?



Aren't the AF-P lenses limited to a few models only? Recently bought AF-P 18-55mm DX only to find that my camera requires AF-S lenses.

I am very seriously thinking of moving from Nikon to Canon, as I just can't find the lenses I want.
Voted hot as this is a good price for a good lens, but as a dx user, it's not for me.
(Also I don't use Currys)

Cracking price. Makes me wish i were a Nikon user.

Original Poster

MazingerZ

anyone know a good Nikon lens for closeups for cars


Depends what you want it for.
Is it for advertising, where you need pristine images, or for sales like Autotrader, or just personal interest?
What do you mean by closeups? Do you want to get in close to the car badges or is it for full car images?
Also, is it for cars you can physically get close to, or will you be at a distance for something like racing cars?
And is it for full frame or crop sensor?

BluePandaMan

I am very seriously thinking of moving from Nikon to Canon, as I just … I am very seriously thinking of moving from Nikon to Canon, as I just can't find the lenses I want.Voted hot as this is a good price for a good lens, but as a dx user, it's not for me. (Also I don't use Currys)


You can still use it on Nikon DX. It will be fully functional on all Nikon DX and FX models.

notos

You can still use it on Nikon DX. It will be fully functional on all … You can still use it on Nikon DX. It will be fully functional on all Nikon DX and FX models.


Perhaps they mean it's a less useful range for a crop sensor. 36mm is very tight for a "wide" end.

Cheap_as_Chimps

Perhaps they mean it's a less useful range for a crop sensor. 36mm is … Perhaps they mean it's a less useful range for a crop sensor. 36mm is very tight for a "wide" end.



Yes, this ^^^

V nice lens this, just need a cheap D750 to go with it

Anyone used eglobalcentral.co.uk for camera stuff.
On Nikon Lenses they are killing the prices of all other online stores.
Except that have this lens for £326 in a white box, or £372 in a proper Nikon box.
So was a great deal from a high street store. Back to £346 now.
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