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

Marketed: 29-Aug-2000
Random Nikkor 70-300mm f/4-5.6G AF Samples from 4302 available Photos more
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James Clarke14-Jun-2008 01:55
That was supposed be does NOT have enough resolution for the D200
James Clarke14-Jun-2008 01:54
One of the best bargains in the Nikon range. Pretty bad build quality, but very good optics once you get used to it. Unfortunately mine was silver coloured so I sold it with my D50 (every other Nikon dSRL is black), I'm too vain to put a silver lens on a black camera 8P. I'm saving up for a 70-300VR now, just because I think that has a bit more resolution for my D80 and friend who used 70-300 (this one) on his D70 and was happy then, said it does have enough resolution for the D200 which upgraded to.

Note this is AF lens so the autofocus doesn't work on a D40/D40x/D60, otherwise it would be an even better bargain. Get the 55-200 or 55-200VR for a cheep telezoom with those cameras.

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Guest 03-Jan-2007 15:25
Dear All, I have just completed a new AF Nikkor site on 70-300mm and would like to invite some of you to contribute a few good images as illustration pictures for the site. Credit and Link witll be provided. Please take a look and if you are comfortable with it, please revert using my personal email Thanks.
Howard Sandler26-Oct-2006 15:10
Can be very good when used stopped down to f8 or so and below 200mm. I have samples and evaluation at:
Guest 23-Aug-2006 05:15
This lens performs very well for the price point, the rest is up to the photographer to maximize its potential. See images shot with this optic vs the Tamron 90mm Di, for example :>
James Clarke11-Jun-2006 13:09
It's not too fast and build quality leaves little to be desired (especially the zoom travel when pulling it out from the camera bag), but the build is better than the 18-55 f/3.5-5.6 IMHO. I'm quite impressed with some of the shots I get with this lens (in terms of colour constrast and sharpness), but not all of the shots I'm not sure why some photos with this one turn out great while others are mediocre. At around 140mm wide open you can get some very nice Bokeh happening, despite its short comings it exceeded my expectations for the price.

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