New Monster Lens from Nikon Yours for $7,000

AF-S NIKKOR 200-400mm f/4G ED VR II Super Telephoto Lens

This new monster lens from Nikon packs power and ruggedness. The AF-S NIKKOR 200-400mm f/4G ED VR II super telephoto lens promises to deliver optical excellence and stunning image quality for professional photographers, especially in sports, nature and travel photography.

It has a constant maximum aperture of f/4 throughout its zoom range and features refinements and new technologies such as Vibration Reduction (VR) II, Nano Crystal Coat, and optimized autofocus (AF) modes.

According to Nikon, this professional lens is constructed of die-cast magnesium for maximum durability and is sealed to resist dust and moisture, with protective Meniscus glass to safeguard the lens’ front element. The optical formula features four Extra-low Dispersion (ED) glass elements for superior sharpness, color and image quality, while minimizing chromatic aberration.

The AF-S NIKKOR 200-400mm f/4G ED VR II high power zoom lens is priced at $7,000 and will be available in late May.

[Site: Nikon USA]

Chris Malinao

About Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.

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