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|Seller Notes:||“Autofocus doesn't work consistently. "A" "M" switch is missing on side of lens. Front glass has a couple of tiny & light marks but it doesn't affect photos.”|
|Focus Type:||Auto & Manual|
|Camera Technology:||Digital||Type:||Telephoto, Image Stabilization, Wide Angle|
|Camera Type:||SLR||Product Line:||Nikon Nikkor|
|Focal Length:||18-140mm||Focal Length Type:||Zoom|
|If you' re looking for an outstanding grab-and-go lens the kind you' ll keep on your camera for nearly every situation check out the AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR. Optimized to draw full potential from Nikon» s high-resolution DX-format image sensors it delivers beautiful ultra-sharp photos and videos with softly blurred backgrounds. Its versatile 7.8x zoom range (18mm to 140mm) lets you shoot everything from wide-angle family portraits to telephoto close-ups on the sports field. 4 stops of VR image stabliization means sharper handheld photos and video especially when shooting in low light or at maximum focal length. You can even get as close as 1.48-feet from your subject for macro-style close-ups.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||170373432|
|Product Key Features|
|Focus Type||Auto & Manual|
|Type||Telephoto, Image Stabilization, Wide Angle|
|Product Line||Nikon Nikkor|
|Focal Length Type||Zoom|
|Additional Product Features|
|Focal Length (mm)||18-140mm|
|Additional Tech Characteristics||Vr Ed|
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I am surprised
I bought this lens on a whim - I have a Canon 18-135 and a few Canon "L" lenses. I have been a commercial photog for years and keep switching - from Canon to start with, then to Leica - I went with Minlta for a while (I was a Minolta dealer) then of couse I went into larger format (Mostly Mamiya - RB67s and such) but my old F2 (Nikon) with it's 35-105 has been knawing at me for years - it was as sharp as any Summicron I ever had. Anti-aliasing filters always bugged me (I haven't bought a roll of film since 1999 and shut down my darkroom then) so I decided to switch back to Nikon and I'm glad I did. Canons feel better in my hands and are GREAT cameras but this lens in every way surpasses my old 35-105 Nikkor and beats the hell out of my Canon 18-135 (it's soft and smooth) but this Nikkor - for a consumer non-ED lens (well almost non-ED) surprised the hell out of me! It's sharp throught it's range, contrast is great (if you want bokeh look elsewhere - I just wanted a walk-around) but for the price I paid (I'm still waiting for the police to show up at my door with handcuffs for grand theft) I don't think it can be beat! No, it's NOT built like an older Ai or EF or an older Nikkor P - it's half plastic (but what isn't these days) but still, for the price, I am surprised at it's build quality. Yes - it's heavy - there's a LOT of glass in this thing but I think the designers got this one right. In my opinion you could use this (in a pinch) professionally and make money with it! Even at 100% on my monitor it's stellar - it doesn't fall apart (but barely) until 150% - 200%. This isn't your old man's zoom. You only get what you pay for and I doubt you're going to shoot a Time magazine cover with this thing but in this case I think I got WAY more than I paid for. Is it a toy? Yes and no - it's built better than that and it performs better than that. For the purpose of this review and for what it does I am 100% satisfied. Don't expect Canon "L" but don't expect to be far from it. Also don't expect some plastic lightweight ' cause this ain't that! Heft matters sometimes but the IS (or VR) on this lens is really effective if you use that. I HIGHLY reccomend this lens (maybe I just got a good copy but I read some pretty good stuff about it before I bought). In my book - A#1!!!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: photovideo4less
Nikon 18 - 140 white box lens
This lens was a "white box" lens, which may or may not have been the reason for its less than sharp quality. The focal length is fine for a one lens carry around. But compared with even a 16 x 300 Tamron (which is apparently way too great a focal range) this Nikon was not impressive. I plan to recheck this at a camera store with a Nikon boxed 18-140 lens. I hope it will be sharper.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: alsvarietys
A best buy!
I purchased this used for a fraction of the cost of a new one with a USA 5 year warranty included. I could not tell the difference between a new one if you set them both side by side on a dealer's display case. This lens has the equvelent focal length of a 35mm format of 27 - 210mm and yet distortion is at a minimum. I also have the 18 - 200mm and the 18 - 300mm as well as a 12 - 24mm and a 500mm that all perform magically. I keep the 18 - 140 on a Nikon on my yacht when I want more detail and refinements than a PNS will give you. For a person wanting a very versatile lens this is the perfect anser to 'kit' lenses supplied with many cameras....
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: jcgx2
Great compact do-it-all lens
I'm a photojournalist and wanted a compact, light, do-it-all lens to twist onto the front of my D3300 and carry with me when I'm riding my motorcycle. The 18-140 is much smaller and lighter than my 18-200 and I honestly don't miss that extra 60mm on the long end. It's sharp even wide open and the VR feature works well. Since the D3300 has great high-ISO performance I can get by with the lens' available apertures. I've only had it a month but I've already published several dozen images made with the 18-140. Downsides: It's a bit slower with autofocus than my pro glass and it's definitely not something you want to bang around, especially when the barrel is extended. Also if you need extremely high resolution, say for a wedding, opt for the f2.8 Nikkors instead. The body-lens combination with an SB400 flash fits in a small bag I carry when motorcycling. The outfit can handle just about anything I will encounter during motorcycle weather, which is to say no precipitation, decent light and anything that isn't too far away. I couldn't be happier with my purchase.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: madsella11
Great Coverage - Extremely Versatile Lens for Travelling
This lens is great when you want to travel light on family outings or while hiking in the woods. The range - 18 - 140 with VR capability means you can leave your other fixed focus lenses at home. The lens is lightweight for the features, focuses rapidly and silently and the images are super sharp. As a Nikon user for over 40 years I have never had a lens malfunction and I still love my old Nikkormat FTN film camera!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: refurbished | Sold by: adoramacamera