Nikon AF-S 300mm f/2.8G ED VR II
Every other super telephoto that I’ve used from Nikon and Canon has been outstanding, so it’s a rude awakening to discover that quality control can be omitted even with these ultra expensive lenses.
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|Aperture scale:||f/2.8 - f/22|
|Angular field:||8° 10'|
|Number of elements/groups:||11 elements in 8 groups, 3 ED, nano coating, super integrated coating, vibration reduction|
|Filter size:||52mm (rear)|
|Weight):||2900g (nominal), add ~200g for hood|
|Dimensions:||(Approx.)3.3x3.5 in. (Diameter x Length)
83x88.5mm (Diameter x Length)
|Supplied accessories||52mm filter holder
52mm Nikon NC Filter
HK-30 Slip-on lens hood
CL-L1 semi-soft case
Slip-on Front lens cover
Rear lens cap
Perhaps I’ll obtain another sample of this lens for review, but the brand-new one I received was beyond a dud— it was terrible at f/2.8.
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