Nikon AF-S Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G VR
Announced Aug 9, 2006 •
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I recently purcashed this lens on ebay in a 'working' condition. From the moment I put the lens on the camera I thought that the focus isn't working right. Especially at 300mm the focus is definitely blurred with coma. My previous version of this lens has been patched back together (thus the need of a replacement) but still manages a much sharper image at the same settings. I've posted two comparison images of the lenses on my Flickr account....
By: cauger61 (6 months ago)
Posted to: Beginners Questions
I am an absolutely new comer to the world of dSLR photography. I have recently joined a bird watching group and have made a few trips with successfully (to the extent permissible) taken birds and nature photographs with my existing point-and-shoot camera. But now I have started realising its limitations and therefore I have recently decided to have a Nikon d5200 which suits my budget. The camera comes as usual with a 18-55 kit lens. The experienced members of the group come with awe raising...
Hi, I just recently bought my first Nikon gear and today it seemed that focus broke on my 70-300 lens. I bought it used a couple of months ago, it seemed to be in very good condition. If I moved the manual focus ring, the meter in the window only moved between closest up to 7,5ft, it was more or less the same when using AF mounted on my D700 body. However now this evening after trying moving the focus ring back and forth without any success, I then again mounted it on the body again moving...
Hi, I have a D600 and carried out some test shots to check the sharpness of the 70-300mm VR lens over the 28-300mm. What puzzled me is the disparity over the range at 300mm? Is this a fault in one of the lenses or is it a known phenomenon? Nikon D600 - Nikon AF-S 28-300mm f/5.6 - 300mm Nikon D600 - Nikon AF-S 70-300mm f/5.6 - 300mm
I purchased the D750 with the 24-120 kit lens (after using a D90 with 18-200 lens for 9 years) and have found that I don't always have enough reach for zooming in to take pictures of birds or things in the distance. I am traveling to South America at the end of the month and want to by an additional lens for this purpose. We will be in the Galapagos (which is where I think I would want the extra reach), as well as Machu Picchu, Peru, Igauacu Falls, Buenos Aires, and Rio de Janeiro. I was...
With my Nikon D5500, I have the following lenses available: AF-S Nikkor 70-300mm F4.5-5.6 G ED VRII AF-S Nikkor 55-200mm F4-5.6 G ED VR DX AF-S Nikkor 18-140mm F3.5-5.6 G ED VRII DX AF-S Nikkor 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 GII VRII DX (kit lens) AF-S Nikkor 50mm F1.8 G AF-S Nikkor 35mm F1.8 G I mostly do photography around my school for the yearbook (sports, candids, portraits, etc.). I'd assume I should keep one prime (35mm and keep the 50mm for portraits) and the 18-140mm. Is there any reason why I...
Apologies for the clickbaity title! First post, bit of a doozy of a question. Been looking at upgrading from my 70-300 VR zoom for ages, and just cannot decide on what to buy and hoping for some input. Currently I've narrowed it down to the Nikon 70-200 f/2.8 VR I or the Nikon 70-200 f/4. I would prefer the Nikon over the Sigma/Tamron as whilst they're good, frankly I just want the lenses to work reliably on my nikon bodies. I also have a Nikon 50-300 I never use but bought extremely...
Hello, I need some help making a decision. I currently have my d7100 with 50mm 1.4D, AF-S 70-300mm and a 18-200mm. The 18-200 replaced my kit 18-105 lens for a trip to Europe last fall (I wanted an all-in-one lens for the trip to save space and weight). I have used my 70-300 on a number occasions at sporting events or while camping, in the woods, at the beach (only 3-4 times a year maybe). I was very pleased with results but at the same time quite annoyed with having to constantly switch...
By: UkPics (Aug 29, 2015)
Posted to: Third Party Lens Talk
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