Nikon Nikkor IF 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 SWM Telephoto Zoom Lens

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Nikon Nikkor IF 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6 SWM Telephoto Zoom Lens

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Expand your photography toolkit with this top-of-the-line Nikon Nikkor IF 28-300mm lens. It will beautifully capture scenes and images at long distances. This f/3.5-5.6 SWM telephoto zoom lens is designed for use on Nikon FX-format DSLRs. It features a powerful 10.7x zoom. Constructed of high-quality, durable glass, it can achieve the crispest image possible. This Nikon zoom lens is a savvy choice for the professional photographer or for the advanced amateur. You can rely on this item to best capture your most precious and memorable moments for a lifetime.

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  • Focal Length: 28-300mm
  • Magnification: 10.7x
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    Powerful Product

    This is an exceptional lens that provides optimum performance in any situation. It has a fast focus for sport shots and a wide range focal length to accommodate landscapes. Auto focus is spot-on and fast. It has become my workhorse. Especially appreciate the auto-manual mode. Although some may consider it weighty, I've given up the traditional straps for the Blackrapid sling which provides better stability and carry-ease. Zoom lock is a necessity and does not hinder rapid responses. I use it with the SB-700 speedlight at sport events with great results for close-ups and distance shots. I spent a lot of time researching the many brands and product lines for a 300 mm range lens and ultimately felt you get what you pay for; it was very true for this lens. I use it with my D90, and for the most part, it has replaced my other four lenses. Having used Nikons for 43 years, this was a key buy for me.

    Beautiful glass

    I purchased this lens with a new D7000 body. It is a beautifully made Nikon Lens. When I first started to shoot with this lens I felt it was a little heavy. After shooting with it for a while I have no problems at all, I don't even think about the weight. The focus is smooth, very fast, and silent. To be able to go effectively from 42mm - 450mm using one lens is amazing. The photographs it produces are stunning, and the vr works flawlessly. I thought the lens would be a little slow, but with the vr I can shoot low light hand held, and telephoto out to 300mm without a tripod, and the results are nothing less than amazing. The Bokeh is beautiful as well. The only other lens I will ever need to carry in my bag is 10-24mm should I ever need a wider field of view. For the last month or so I didn't miss it. if I needed a wider shot I just moved back a little. Fantastic Nikon lens. The sample photo's I have posted are jpegs and the only post processing was reducing the image file size from almost 9mb to 188kb. Even with the dramatic reduction in file size you can see the quality this lens is capable of producing

    You can't go wrong with this lens

    I'm really happy with this lens. When I bought my D800 six months ago, I looked at the Nikon lens offering and debated the 28-300 vs 24-70 + 70-200 combination in order to get the focal length coverage I wanted for every-day picture taking. For once in my life, I decided to go with the cheaper solution. Am I ever glad that I did. While I lose a little at the wide end (28 vs 24 mm), I get an extra 100 mm at the narrow end. And, while I lost a few f stops in going with this lens, I saved enough to buy a 14-24 mm, f2.8 and a 50 mm f1.4 which more than makes up for lost stops. I've taken great portraits, great landscapes and great still-lifes (by my humble standards, anyway) with this lens. If you're a photo-enthusiast looking for an all purpose lens to cover 95% of your requirements - this lens is a great candidate.

    Great All Around Lens

    I have been using Nikon equipment for over 25 years and managed a camera store for some years. I have used and owned several other brands, but have always stuck with Nikon. I use this fine lens on my D7000 with terrific results. While it's not the fastest lens in the world, it is extremely sharp and versatile. I find it useful in quite a variety of situations. It is smooth functioning and reliable. This tends to be the lens I have on my camrea 80% of the time, as I can catch most photos I want with it and only occasionally need to change it out. Very enthusiastically recommend this lens.

    very good universal lens

    The lens has girth and weight and feels well balanced on my D3. The zoom ring is somewhat stiff but it displays no "creep" when carried unlocked. It accepts my 77mm filters and close-up lenses. It lacks acute sharpness and speed of focus when photographing dynamic subjects in low light situations but the images are more than acceptable. I purchased this lens to use as my universal urban travel lens and it will serve that purpose nicely. My travel kit in urban areas now consists of this lens, a 50mm (f/1.4), my D3 and soon the D7000 which will serve as an expensive 1.5x TC..

    An excellent lens

    There is little to say about this lens that others have not said however, It is simply great. As a traveling senior I know I am a target for thieves when I travel, that is just the way the world is now. So when I travel this lens is not only a great lens for photos but I do not have to change lenses often which means..... I keep my concentration on my surroundings as well as my shot. It does macro very well and even night shots it works well, it simply does everything that I want it to do. You couple this with Nikon Capture NX2 and it is about as good as it gets.

    All around carry lens

    The lens is GREAT. Easy to change focal lengths and now I don't have to carry a number of lens. No switching for close or if something is happening away for I won't miss the shot. Great for sports especially auto racing or any fast moving sport. The only thing that I did have to get used to is the fact the the lens is a little heavy. But after a very short time I adjusted. Takes great pictures. Here is one that I really didn't want to get too close but with the new lens no problem.

    Good, all-purpose lens

    I leave this zoom on my Nikon D610 for most purposes, even though I have several other lenses. The accompanying shots were taken from RAW files that were adjusted and cropped in post using DXO Optics Pro. I love this combination of camera, lens, and software. I use this combination frequently in my role as contributing photo journalist for an online publication.

    Jack of All Trades

    Everyone has a lens that seems to always be on the camera. This is mine. Fantastic lens. Sharp and oh so flexible. It is a great travel lens. Covers a great deal of applications from close up to landscape. Just love this thing.

    If you only buy one lens this is the one!!

    You have to remember that this is a zoom lens and not a fixed focal length lens. Its not a fast lens, its starts at F3.5-5.6. with that said, this lens is fantastic. I take portraits of people all day, and this lens works great for individuals and groups. I shoot in the studios at f9 mostly and I find my results are just great. Had 2- 24x30 prints made last week and I can't find anything that I could improve on from this lens. Camera is d800e, this lens gives me very thing I need for 90% of what I do. Yes i still need those fast lenses and if I want that soft bokeh I use my Dc 105mm F2. and if I'm in the hockey rink i still want my 80-200mm F2.8. But I did go on Vacation to the big US of A. and all i took was my 28-300mm and that was all i needed. No Camera bag just the camera over my shoulder and my sb800 in my wife's purse. I was in grand central station in new york one evening and was watching a young lady with this big canon camera and lens combo trying to capture the train station. Thing were not working out for her but i did want to say anything (because i never used a canon before or want to) I asked her to take a photo with my camera of my wife and I and i told her just push the button that was all she needed to do. with the camera set at 1/125 sec f.3.5 at 28mm iso set to 1600 and sb800 set TTL -1 stop. well the look on that photographers face was priceless. I think she wanted my camera. Just remember what you have, what your are using it for, then you will see that for the most part this lens is perfect for 90% of the stuff you need. Im a Master Photographer with 32 years in this field and i can tell you i have lots of lenses and cameras and i think i found a winner with this one.
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