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Lightweight 4.3x telephoto zoom lens for SLR cameras that set aperture from Command Dial on camera body. Ideal lens for candids, travel and sports photography.
Compatible Camera Mount: 35mm SLR Cameras
Max Focal Length: 300 mm
Lens Type: Telephoto
Max Aperture: f/ 4 (Wide), f/ 5.6 (Tele)
Product Title: Nikon 70-300mm f/4-5.6G AF Zoom-Nikkor Lens
Power Score: 3.4 | 36 Reviews
Min Focus Distance: 4.9 ft
Min Focal Length: 70 mm
Filter Size Supported: 62 mm
Included Components: 70-300mm f/4-5.6G AF Zoom-Nikkor LensHood (HB-26)62mm Lens CapRear Cap
Diameter: 2.9 in
Dimensions: 4.60" Length x 2.90" Diameter
Length: 4.6 in
Weight: 1.03 lbs
Warranty Information: 5 Year Limited Warranty
URL: Manufacturer Link
Category: Lens Adapters
Angle of View: 8? to 34? - 35mm format, 5? to 22? - Nikon DX format
Min Aperture Value: F/32
Max Aperture at Min Focal Length: F/4
Class: Camera Accessories
Product Reviews (11)
Nikon 70-300mmlens len s
Mainly used for indoor drumline competitions and horse shows. Has difficulty with autofocus when subjects are moving quickly and is zoomed in at 300mm. Other than that no complaints thus far! does GREAT for the horse shows for jumping competitions.
By Dennb22 on Adorama - Apr 23, 2013
Great quality for price.
I like to take nature photographs, and I needed a lense that would enable me to get closer to the objects being photographed. I find this lense is, for the price, able to do that particularly with the mountain and plains landscapes prevalent in much of ea
By Mike the bean counter on Adorama - Feb 8, 2013
Basically I like the lens for all the reasons I checked but not impressed that I am unable to find this lens that will use AF with my D5100. I have reviewed numerous sites and haven'nt found one yet. I photograph football often and as quickly as the actio
By Sharon on Adorama - Oct 12, 2012
So far so good!
I used this on my D3...and so far I love it especially considering the price.
By denise on Adorama - Jun 25, 2012
would prefer auto focus
This is a great lens but does not autofocus on my D5000. I will use it mainly for shooting when quick focusing in not an issue.
By Lady Jane on Adorama - Jun 18, 2012