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Nikon AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 70 - 300 mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED Lens

(High Power Zoom Lens)
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NIKON AF-S VR NIKKOR 70-300MM

  • -

    Design

    • Mount
      Nikon F-BayonetZ
    • 67 mm
      Filter
    • 2 ED
      Glass Elements

    Constructed with 17 elements in 12 groups, the AF-S VR Zoom lens comes with a Nikon F-Bayonet Z mount type. The lens has a filter attachment size of 67 mm and a silent Wave Motor for quiet and quick autofocusing. Designed with two ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass elements, the lens effectively compensates for color fringing.

  • -

    Performance

    • Focal Length
      70mm to 300mm
    • Max Aperture
      f/4.5-5.6
    • Min Aperture
      f/32-40

    With a minimum focal length of 70 mm and a maximum focal length of 300 mm, the lens is suitable for various telephoto shooting opportunities, particularly in sports, nature and wildlife photography. The lens has maximum aperture of f/4.5 to 5.6 and a minimum aperture value of f/32 to 40.

  • -

    Features

    • 2
      VR
    • Focus
      Auto & Manual
    • 1.5 meters
      Minimum Focus

    The Nikkor Lens is designed with two Vibration Reduction (VRII) modes to suit shooting conditions. The lens also has a switch that controls the focus with both auto and manual options. It has a minimum focus range of 1.5 meters or 4.9 feet throughout the zoom range.

Compatible Camera Bags for Nikon AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 70 - 300 mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED Lens (High Power Zoom Lens)

Lowepro:  Adventura 120, Flipside Sport 10L AW, Flipside Sport 15L AW, Pro Runner 200 AW, Toploader Zoom 55 AW
Vanguard:  BIIN 37, Peking 10
Tamrac:  Adventure 9 (Model# 5549)
DigiFlip:  Wizard CB001

Specifications of Nikon AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 70 - 300 mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED Lens (High Power Zoom Lens)

In the Box
Sales Package 67 mm Snap-on front Lens Cap (LC-67), Rear Lens Cap, (LF-1), Bayonet Hood (HB-36), Flexible Lens Pouch (CL-1022)
General
Brand Nikon
Name High Power Zoom
Model AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 70 - 300 mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED
Type Zoom
Filter Attachment Size 67 mm
Picture Angle with 35mm (135) format 34° 20′ - 8° 10′
Picture Angle with Nikon DX Format 22° 50′ - 5° 20′
Minimum f/stop F/32-40
Lens Features
Lens Construction (Elements/Groups) 17 Elements in 12 Groups
Lens Format FX
Performance Features
Maximum Focal Length 300 mm
Minimum Focal Length 70 mm
Aperture with Max Focal Length f/4.5 - 5.6
Aperture with Min Focal Length f/32 - 40
Minimum Focusing Distance 1.5 m
Maximum Reproduction Ratio 0.25x
Additional Features
Other Specifications

Fast and Quiet Autofocus, Focusing Modes (Manual and Auto, Manual), Nikon F-Bayonet Z Mount Type, 4.3x Ratio, Compatible Formats (FX, DX, FX in DX Crop Mode, 35mm Film), Vibration Reduction Image Stabilization, 9 Diaphragm Blades, Distance Information, Super Integrated... Read More

Dimensions
Dimensions 80 x 143.5 mm (Diameter x Length)
Weight 745 g
Warranty
Warranty 2 Years
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Reviews of Nikon AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 70 - 300 mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED Lens

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★★★★★
★★★★★
Debjyoti Roy
05 Oct 2012
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Good lens but bit expensive

The lens is very good. Below are the pros and cons of this lens

Pros:
1. Nice sharp image quality in high light
2. Decent image quality in low light (not to expect much because it's becomes f5.6 lens beyond 200mm)
3. Quick focussing
4. VR works good

Cons:
1. Bit expensive. (Considering Canon 70-300mm f4.5-5.6 is 23k if u but it from Amazon USA)
2. Heavy. Feels bit unbalanced on light cameras like D5100

My suggestion is that you should go for Nikon 55-300mm instead of this one if you do not have any plan to upgrade to FX body. Image quality is same for both the lenses. This one just focus...
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The lens is very good. Below are the pros and cons of this lens

Pros:
1. Nice sharp image quality in high light
2. Decent image quality in low light (not to expect much because it's becomes f5.6 lens beyond 200mm)
3. Quick focussing
4. VR works good

Cons:
1. Bit expensive. (Considering Canon 70-300mm f4.5-5.6 is 23k if u but it from Amazon USA)
2. Heavy. Feels bit unbalanced on light cameras like D5100

My suggestion is that you should go for Nikon 55-300mm instead of this one if you do not have any plan to upgrade to FX body. Image quality is same for both the lenses. This one just focus...
The lens is very good. Below are the pros and cons of this lens

Pros:
1. Nice sharp image quality in high light
2. Decent image quality in low light (not to expect much because it's becomes f5.6 lens beyond 200mm)
3. Quick focussing
4. VR works good

Cons:
1. Bit expensive. (Considering Canon 70-300mm f4.5-5.6 is 23k if u but it from Amazon USA)
2. Heavy. Feels bit unbalanced on light cameras like D5100

My suggestion is that you should go for Nikon 55-300mm instead of this one if you do not have any plan to upgrade to FX body. Image quality is same for both the lenses. This one just focuses a bit quicker than the 55-300mm. Now it depends upon you whether that much difference is worth 10k or not.

89% of 18 users found this review helpful.
★★★★★
★★★★★
Prithu De
04 Jan 2014
A good telephoto zoom Lens for FX users on Budget or Backpain

A lot of reviewers have written different terms about this lens here which I personally do not agree with.
This is nor a "Professional Lens" (@ Niranjan Wagh)
This lens cannot be said 'Expensive' (@ Suvranjan Roy & @ Debjyoti Roy)
This lens is not at all "Heavy" (@ Bijit Kalita)
Nikon has a different "Entry Level" 70-300 this one is not (@
Indian Homemaker)

Lets discuss the above points first:

Nikon has two Tele-Zoom Lenses in this range to be placed into the 'Professional'
catagory, the 'Nikon 80-200 f/2.8' and 'Nikon 70-200 f/2.8 VR II' both...
()

A lot of reviewers have written different terms about this lens here which I personally do not agree with.
This is nor a "Professional Lens" (@ Niranjan Wagh)
This lens cannot be said 'Expensive' (@ Suvranjan Roy & @ Debjyoti Roy)
This lens is not at all "Heavy" (@ Bijit Kalita)
Nikon has a different "Entry Level" 70-300 this one is not (@
Indian Homemaker)

Lets discuss the above points first:

Nikon has two Tele-Zoom Lenses in this range to be placed into the 'Professional'
catagory, the 'Nikon 80-200 f/2.8' and 'Nikon 70-200 f/2.8 VR II' both...
A lot of reviewers have written different terms about this lens here which I personally do not agree with.
This is nor a "Professional Lens" (@ Niranjan Wagh)
This lens cannot be said 'Expensive' (@ Suvranjan Roy & @ Debjyoti Roy)
This lens is not at all "Heavy" (@ Bijit Kalita)
Nikon has a different "Entry Level" 70-300 this one is not (@
Indian Homemaker)

Lets discuss the above points first:

Nikon has two Tele-Zoom Lenses in this range to be placed into the 'Professional'
catagory, the 'Nikon 80-200 f/2.8' and 'Nikon 70-200 f/2.8 VR II' both the lenses are 'Expensive' .
This lens weights less than 745 grams compared to 1275g of '80-200' , and appx 1500g
of the '70-200 VR' so, it is not "Heavy"
Nikon still producers an "entry level" non-VR lens for the low budget seekers.

This lens does it all, nicely, and without much fuss, I use it with Nikon D800
Pros: Multicoated Lens elements
Lightweight compared to the range it covers with quality
VR works great with an more efficient 'Active' mode
Zoom range extends upto 300mm with f/5.6 aperture at the 300mm end
with VR gives usable good quality handheld shots
Good value lens for Nikon FX users and all other low end Nikon bodies will get
equivalent focal length of Appx. 105-450mm f/4.5-5.6 VR

Cons: It is not a MACRO lens, and hence does not give 'Close distance focusing'
Focus haunts at low light or at distant objects at 300mm
Plastic body construction (Made in Thailand) small filter size (67)
No Tripod-collar available or attached
Wont work good with Tele-convertors if used with lower bodies
The front element extend to double size while zooming full
Huge zoom range sucks in lot of dust
No weather sealings
No aperture-ring

Don't worry folks, buy one if you need, and you'll be happy.

7 of 7 users found this review helpful.
★★★★★
★★★★★
Akash Khairate
03 Oct 2011
first to review
Value for money

I have used a variety of 70-300s, I started with Sigma 70-300, then bought a Tamron 70-300, not satisfied, I picked a Sigma 70-300 APO then gave up and landed with Nikon 70-300 G (non-VR). From all my purchased I learnt two things: 70-300 is a very useful range for short-telephoto shoots like in a zoo, candids, portraits (@135-200mm) and secondly that Nikon optics by far are better than its competitors. Since I did not need a macro in this lens (not easy to use macro feature), I decided to stay with Nikon but upgrade to VR version.

Since then I have never felt the need to dispose this...
()

I have used a variety of 70-300s, I started with Sigma 70-300, then bought a Tamron 70-300, not satisfied, I picked a Sigma 70-300 APO then gave up and landed with Nikon 70-300 G (non-VR). From all my purchased I learnt two things: 70-300 is a very useful range for short-telephoto shoots like in a zoo, candids, portraits (@135-200mm) and secondly that Nikon optics by far are better than its competitors. Since I did not need a macro in this lens (not easy to use macro feature), I decided to stay with Nikon but upgrade to VR version.

Since then I have never felt the need to dispose this...
I have used a variety of 70-300s, I started with Sigma 70-300, then bought a Tamron 70-300, not satisfied, I picked a Sigma 70-300 APO then gave up and landed with Nikon 70-300 G (non-VR). From all my purchased I learnt two things: 70-300 is a very useful range for short-telephoto shoots like in a zoo, candids, portraits (@135-200mm) and secondly that Nikon optics by far are better than its competitors. Since I did not need a macro in this lens (not easy to use macro feature), I decided to stay with Nikon but upgrade to VR version.

Since then I have never felt the need to dispose this lens off. The Nikon 70-300 VR is a superb lens. As long there is good bright light, you can shoot handheld; you will have to tripod mount it the moment light falls which is very much acceptable for this lens.

If you are looking for a fast 300mm, go for f/4 instead

7 of 8 users found this review helpful.
★★★★★
★★★★★
Indian Homemaker
16 Apr 2013
Entry level lens for Bird Photography.

I mainly bought it for shooting birds, and am more than satisfied with the results. The VR makes it possible to shoot (if there is enough light) without a tripod, which makes it possible to catch unexpected bird sightings.

Autofocus is fast and great (in daylight) and the zoom range of 70-300mm is great for perched birds, small animals, and pets and children playing.

I also use it hand held for portraits in large gatherings, shooting from distance means natural pictures, and the bokeh is good.

With higher ISOs I have also taken okay shots after dark, without a tripod or a remote.

I u...
()

I mainly bought it for shooting birds, and am more than satisfied with the results. The VR makes it possible to shoot (if there is enough light) without a tripod, which makes it possible to catch unexpected bird sightings.

Autofocus is fast and great (in daylight) and the zoom range of 70-300mm is great for perched birds, small animals, and pets and children playing.

I also use it hand held for portraits in large gatherings, shooting from distance means natural pictures, and the bokeh is good.

With higher ISOs I have also taken okay shots after dark, without a tripod or a remote.

I u...
I mainly bought it for shooting birds, and am more than satisfied with the results. The VR makes it possible to shoot (if there is enough light) without a tripod, which makes it possible to catch unexpected bird sightings.

Autofocus is fast and great (in daylight) and the zoom range of 70-300mm is great for perched birds, small animals, and pets and children playing.

I also use it hand held for portraits in large gatherings, shooting from distance means natural pictures, and the bokeh is good.

With higher ISOs I have also taken okay shots after dark, without a tripod or a remote.

I use it with Nikon D7000 and love the combination.

2 of 2 users found this review helpful.
★★★★★
★★★★★
Giridhar Vijay
29 Jan 2012
2 Years Used on D70

Handheld: Absolutely stunning photo's, between 8am - 4pm only. You need a faster f2.8 or above lens to shoot fast upto say 6pm or at 7am.

Handheld: Action photography between 10am and 2pm only.

Always carry a tripod with this to get some nice nature stills.

5 of 8 users found this review helpful.

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