Nikon AF-Nikkor 80-200mm f/2.8D ED
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Good day. I am looking to buy a used Nikon 80-200 f2.8 lens for indoor shooting of stage events, to be used on my Nikon D7000. The AF-S and AF-D (2 rings, latest ED version, not the push-pull one) are on my radar. If anyone has had experiences with both, which one would be the suggestion? Thanks, Jimmy
Hey Guys! So, i have been interested in Stage Photography for quite some time now, and i am wondering what should i get ? I currently have about 1200$, and my choice is gonna be either a Laptop that can be used for editing (Asus' ROG) or getting a new lens 80-200 f2.8 D from Nikon. Currently own a D750 Body and 35mm F2D and 85mm f 1.8 G. which should i buy ?
By: Jetcanada (May 19, 2017)
(I am very new to photography so I apologize in advance for not using proper terminology) Recently, I found the Nikkor AF 80-200mm F/4.5-5.6 D lens in my basement. I am just starting to get into photography and this is one of my parents old lenses. I have a Nikon D40 and have been using the Lens (Nikkor AF-S DX 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 G 2) that was on it when my parents gave it to me. Everything with the camera and this lens has been working perfectly for a 15+ year old setup. However, when I put...
Hello guys! I've just bought a (used) Nikkor 80-200mm f/2.8D ED. IQ is gorgeous, the lens is a bit heavy but everything else is just great. However, I started to notice that sometimes I get a weird interrupted diagonal pattern in the out of focus area, especially when I shoot with a background full of leaves and trees (as shown below). I don't find it super ugly but sometimes it's annoying not knowing what it is or where it comes from. I did some googling and couldn't find people talking...
Hello, I just got a used Nikon 80-200 f2.8 D (two ring version). Sometimes AF just got stuck at some point: you may hear a click of the motor when pressing on the shutter button, but lens doesn't focus. In this case it helps to switch to manual mode and then back. Manual focusing and zoom work fine. Do anyone have any ideas what can be wrong?
By: gabgon (Apr 14, 2016)
Posted to: Studio and Lighting Technique
Anybody try a Nikon D3s & bowen/calumet 750r Travelites with pocketwizard hypersync feature? I dare not go out and buy MiniTT1 or FlexTT5 unit without having an idea what results I'd be getting if any with my existing lights. I've seen stuff on the pocketwizard website, but the tests were made with paul c buff lights, nothing with bowen. Just hoping someone has had experience with the monolights I've got. Thanks. --There's not 2 but 3 sides to every story. Theirs, yours, and what really...
I shoot concerts and most of them time get stuck at the soundpit, anything around 20-40m away from the stage. My current 80-200mm f/2.8D ED (NO VR) isn't providing much of a reach and was hoping I could use my sigma 150-500, but with a 5.6-6.3 aperture, that just seemed impossible. I, however, have found a 2nd hand 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6D ED VR and was thinking of getting it instead of the 80-200. Selling price for the 80-200: 500$ Buying price for the 80-400: 1100$ Is it a good move? --hi...
For years I've been frustrated with back focus issues on my 80-200 f2.8 AF-D lens. As I hold a black belt in procrastination, I've only just now attempted to use AF Fine Tune within the camera (D700, D750) to correct the issue. At 200mm f2.8, I have the D750 AF Fine Tune set to -20 and the end result isn't bad. I came up with my own DIY calibration setup so I won't call it perfect by any means, but definitely an improvement. When testing it at 80mm f2.8, still using the -20 AF Fine Tune,...
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