Nikon 200-400mm f/4G AF-S ED VR II

Nikon 200-400mm f/4G AF-S ED VR II

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Q & A

  • What do all of those lens abbreviations mean?
    • “G” is a reference to a G-Type lens and is distinguishable from a standard D-Type lens by its lack of an aperture control ring. G-Type lenses relay distance information to compatible DSLRs like a D-Type lens but rely wholly on electronic aperture control through a camera body.

    • “AF-S” refers to Auto Focus that features Nikon’s Silent Wave Motor or “SWM.”

    • “ED” stands for “Extra-Low Dispersion” Glass and is a reference to specialized glass used for the correction of chromatic aberrations.

    • “VR” or “Vibration Reduction” is a reference to Nikon’s proprietary in-lens image stabilization.

    • “II” is commonly mistaken as a second version of VR but is actually a reference to the second generation of this particular lens.

  • Specifications

    Angle of View

    6 to 12 degrees

    Aperture

    f4-32

    Autofocus

    Autofocus

    Brand

    Nikon

    Compatibility

    Crop and Full Frame

    Diameter

    4.9"

    Dimensions

    Length: 14.4"

    Filter Size

    52.0mm

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    Specifications

    Angle of View

    6 to 12 degrees

    Aperture

    f4-32

    Autofocus

    Autofocus

    Brand

    Nikon

    Compatibility

    Crop and Full Frame

    Diameter

    4.9"

    Dimensions

    Length: 14.4"

    Filter Size

    52.0mm

    See All

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