Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 70-200MM F/4G Lens
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- The AF-S NIKKOR 70-200mm f/4G ED VR lens boast a robust focal length range of 70-200mm, ideal for events, sports, or wildlife photography.
- An f/4 constant aperture through the entire focal range allows you to keep a consistent exposure while zooming and offers great performance in low light.
Stay sharp and focused
- Silent Wave Motor delivers precise, quiet, and fast autofocus, allowing you to hone in on your subject without a noisy focus motor disturbing people around you.
- Internal focusing (IF) system maintains barrel length during focusing, an advantage when shooting close-ups
- Sometimes you'll want to take a more hands-on approach to focus. The lens's M/A Focus Mode Switch lets you seamlessly change between manual and autofocus.
- Don't have a steady hand with the camera? Don't worry. The Vibration Reduction (VR) stabilization system makes your images come up sharper and clearer by automatically compensating for camera shake.
- This telephoto zoom lens works with both FX- and DX-format Nikon DSLR camera and features a compact design, measuring 18cm long and weighing just 850g. A great single lens solution for travel and everyday photography.
- Get high-resolution and high optical performance with Nano Crystal Coat and Extra-low Dispersion glass elements that enhance overall image quality by reducing flare and chromatic aberrations, contributing to improved colour, contrast and clarity.
- This lens helps reduce lens flare and chromatic aberration thanks to Nikon's exclusive Super Integrated Coatings, which also help ensure vividly accurate colour balance.
- LC-67 Snap-on Front Lens Cap 67mm
- HB-60 Bayonet Hood
- LF-4 Rear Lens Cap
- CL-1225 Semi-Soft Case
Of the 30 reviewers who responded, 30 would recommend this product.
Averages based on how reviewers feel this product performs.
- Light, sharp, portable- 27 février 2016
This is a great telephoto lens for travel. It's relatively light and can be handheld for a whole day of shooting without the weight being bothersome. I happen to own both this lens and the larger/bulkier f/2.8 version, and in terms of image quality, they're practically the same. While I do rely more on the f/2.8 lens for shooting in dim indoor lighting, I tend to bring the f/4 lens more often overall simply because it is so much easier to carry and can handle 90% of everything I shoot. If you shoot most often outdoors or in decent lighting levels, then save your money (and back) and consider this f/4 lens.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great Lens Upgrade for Prosumer- 21 octobre 2013
Overall a great lens. It is a nice step up from the standard kit lenses and provides really nice image capabilities. The one downside is indoors or low light level performance. In bright sun and outdoors the lens is fast and accurate. F4 makes indoors shooting a little more difficult without external strobe or strong light source. On the plus side it is significantly lighter that the 70-200 f2.8 lens. If you shoot indoors, sports, or want to add a TC, the f2.8 lens is the right one. If you want great glass, shoot in good lighting, want nice bokeh, then this lens is a fantastic value.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- A very nice lens- 17 mai 2013
As a professional photojournalist I have used the 2.8 version of this lens from Nikon and Canon for years. This is a very nice, more affordable alternative. The lens is very sharp, the image stabilization works very well, and it focuses at about 3.5 feet, which is amazing for a 200mm lens. It is also much lighter and smaller than the 2.8 version. The downsides are the f4 aperture, which makes the viewfinder dark, especially if you are used to using very fast pro glass. The price is also a little high for what you get. I think it should be about $1000. The lens is made in Malaysia, as opposed to Japan where the pro glass is made, so reliability and durability may not be as high, but this has yet to be determined.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.