Nikon 200-400mm f4 G VR II AF-S ED DSLR Camera Lens
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The Nikon 200-400mm f4 G VR II AF-S ED Lens replaces the highly acclaimed AF-S Zoom 200-400mm f/4G IF-ED VR and features the new generation of Vibration Reduction technology (VR II), providing the ability to shoot at shutter speeds up to four stops slower so sharper images can be achieved. The 200-400mm f/4G ED VR II now incorporates Nikon’s exclusive anti-reflection Nano Crystal coat to drastically reduce ghosting and flare, along with four ED glass elements to minimise internal reflections and aberrations and deliver rich, high contrast images even under testing lighting conditions. The new lens features an autofocus with a built-in silent wave motor to ensure fast and quiet focusing, while a new A/M mode added to existing M/A and M modes enables autofocus priority even if the focus ring is being handled during shooting. The Nikon 200-400mm f4 G VR II AF-S ED Lens has a tough magnesium body with weather sealing to withstand the effects of dust and moisture in the toughest of shooting conditions.
A super telephoto zoom lens supporting Nikon's exclusive range of focal lengths from 200 to 400mm Coverage for a wide range of focal lengths enables capture of a wide variety of angles of view with a single lens.
Nano Crystal Coat significantly reduces ghost and flare
Built-in vibration reduction (VR II) Offers camera shake compensation equivalent to a shutter speed increase of approximately four stops
ED lens elements (4) adopted for superior chromatic aberration compensation
A/M (autofocus with manual override, AF priority) mode added The addition of A/M (autofocus with manual override, AF priority) mode prevents accidental switching from autofocus to manual focus. Along with M/A (autofocus with manual override, MF priority) mode, which enables manual focusing by rotating the focus ring while autofocus is operating, and M (manual focus) mode, this makes for a total of three focus modes.