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Nikkor 70-300mm f/4-5.6D ED AF Lens Sample Photos

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Guest 24-Apr-2006 09:22
If you want a reasonably priced, light zoom for Nikon this is a good option. I find the pictures to be sharp and to have good colour- and it is certainly easy to take along on a trip. If I compare with the results from my 80-200mm f/2.8 AF ED Nikkor, it can't really compete- but that one is a lot heavier and of course more expensive. This lens is reputably better optically than Nikon's newer 'G' version and it certainly has a much better build quality, though many say it is actually made by Tamron.

I'd call it a mid-level lens and I am happy with the results, considering it gives me a 300mm lens that I can stick in my backpack.

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