Nikon 600mm f/4D ED-IF II AF-S Telephoto Auto Focus Nikkor Lens - Black - with 5 Year U.S.A. Warranty

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About Nikon

Very lightweight Magnesium die-cast construction body design (approx. 10.7lbs) with tripod mounting foot. Easier to carry and handle under demanding action conditions.

Exclusive Nikon Silent Wave Motor provides ultra-high-speed and accurate autofocus along with super-quiet operation. Fast, precise and accurate, this Nikon technology adds significantly to picture taking performance.

M/A mode provides instant switching from autofocus to manual focus with virtually no time lag, even during AF servo operation. A quick touch-up on focus without delay or slack response can make the difference between crisp sharpness, or just slightly out.

Optical design features three high performance Extra Low (ED) Dispersion optical glass elements to control secondary chromatic aberrations. Produces very sharp and high contrast images throughout the focusing range and at every f/stop. Legendary ED glass ensures crisply sharp focusing throughout the color spectrum.

Closest focusing distance during AF operation is approx. 18.4 feet; provides reproduction ratio of 0.12. Dramatic close-up portraits that reveal details and textures are within this lens close-up range.

Nikon Features

  • Exclusive Nikon Silent Wave Motor
  • Optical design features three high performance Extra Low (ED) Dispersion optical glass elements
  • M/A mode provides instant switching from autofocus to manual focus with virtually no time lag
  • Closest focusing distance during AF operation is approx. 18.4 feet
  • Very lightweight Magnesium die-cast construction body design

Nikon Specifications

Construction
7 Groups/ 10 Elements (3 ED Elements)
Angle of view
F stop range
4-22
Closest Focusing Distance
18.4'
Maximum Magnification
1:8.3
Filter Size
52mm (rear drop-in)
Dimensions (Length x Diameter)
17 x 6.6"
Weight
10.7 lb
Notes
Extra Low (ED) Dispersion optical glass elements

Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 1 customers

 
5.0

Nikon 600mm f/4D ED-IF II AF-S

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from Topeka, Kansas  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I have had the 600 f4 AFS2 for several years now. I debated about upgrading to the VRII, but why. Its about a clean high ISO sensor that makes the difference not a VR lens. If you are shooting and animal at 1/15 of a second on a tripod and the animal moves during the exposure you get sharp branches and grass and a blurry animal, VR does not stop motion, only a higher shutter speed will do that! Thanks to Nikon that they knew this long before Canon did. If you run into a used Nikkor 600 f4 AFSII buy it!

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