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Nikon AF-S 300mm f/4E PF ED VR Lens, Black
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- Compact super-telephoto lens for travel, sports, wildlife, and stock photography
- Super-fast, super-quiet lens using Silent Wave motor technology
- ED glass elements for high-resolution and high-contrast images
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 21.5 x 13.2 x 13 cm; 755 Grams
- Date First Available : 13 November 2017
- Manufacturer : Nikon Australia
- ASIN : B00RXM3I9I
- Item Model Number : JAA342DA
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77mm thread/ Built-in hood Compact super-telephoto lens for travel, sports, wildlife, and stock photography Super-fast, super-quiet lens using Silent Wave motor technology D2
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- Nikon Promise #1 - Be True to the Heart
- Nikon Promise #2 - Ignite the Heart
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At The Heart Of The Image.
That’s Where The Challenge Is, And Nikon Dares To Take It On.
Each and every person has a unique sense of the world - joy, sorrow, wonder, hope and infinitely more. The image can capture these nuances of the heart, vividly expressing them in the visible world. Imaging shows us the world in a whole new light, and this, in turn, can profoundly influence our lives. And so the images has a limitless power to inspire the human spirit.
For Nikon, there is nothing more compelling than the potential of the image to express the riches of human experience. Our heartfelt desire is to continue to explore the potential. At Nikon, we consciously strive to refine our sensibilities. This process is the key to creating new value for the image - and the secret to inspiring you to realize all the aspirations of your heart.
Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 300mm f/4E PF ED VR
The AF-S NIKKOR 300mm f/4E PF ED VR marries innovative optical technology with superb design, offering you unrivalled performance in the world’s lightest 300mm autofocus (AF) lens. Built with Nikon’s proprietary Phase Fresnel (PF) lens, this telephoto innovation enables your images to stand out with new levels of sharpness and clarity with virtually no chromatic aberration of ghosting. Fit it to your FX-format DSLR to fully leverage its pro-level optical proficiency and capture effortlessly stunning images.
The PF lens, developed by Nikon, effectively compensates chromatic aberration utilizing the photo diffraction phenomenon.
It provides superior chromatic aberration compensation performance when combined with a normal glass lens. Compared to many camera lenses that employ an optical system using the photorefractive phenomenon, a compact and lightweight body can be attained with less number of lens elements.
A general interchangeable lens forms an image on an imaging plane, using the photorefractive phenomenon. The color deviation referred to as chromatic aberration induces color bleeding, resulting in a deterioration of observed or captured images. With PF lenses, on the other hand, image formation is performed in the order of red (R), green (G), and blue (B) starting with the portion near the lens.
- FX-format compatible, prime telephoto lens with 300 mm* focal length and f/4 maximum aperture.
- PF (Phase Fresnel) lens for a compact and light body.
- Vibration Reduction (VR) with an effect of 4.5 stops.
- High optical performance.
- Photographic expression utilizing the f/4 maximum aperture is enabled.
- Electromagnetic diaphragm mechanism is adopted.
- Fluorine coat is applied to the lens front.
- 'PF Flare Control' included in Capture NX-D.
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That said, the issue of the D800 mirror slap seems to still be real and ongoing. My serial number starts 210, so it ought to be fixed, but I still frequently notice horizontal lines getting doubled when the shutter speed is about 1/100s. Some other commentators have suggested that holding the camera loosely, and not holding the lens at all, seems to help, and I have found this to be true, although I still get sharper shots at 1/10 than at 1/100. But I still give it 5* because a) I'd rather have functional VR at 1/10 than at 1/100, b) apparently it doesn't affect all bodies, and c) adjusting the grip seems to mostly avoid the issue. If I could award 4.8* I would.