|Used Nikon Series E 70-210mm f4 AI-S Lens manual focus zoom|
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|Fit your camera with the Nikon AIS 70 mm - 210 mm lens and take pictures of the beautiful peacock in the sanctuary, lion cubs in the forest, and sleeping child in the cradle. Depending on whether it is wide-angle or close-up shots that you need to take, you can adjust the focal length of this Nikon camera lens between 70 mm and 210 mm. Images are always sharp and distinct, as sufficient light enters the f/4.0 aperture of this Nikon lens. Use a 62 mm filter on this Nikon camera lens to minimize the reflection of light at the surface and also keep the lens protected from dust and dirt. Focus as close as 3.7 feet with this Nikon lens and obtain innovative photographs. Composed of 13 elements and nine groups, this Nikon AIS 70 mm - 210 mm lens has least amount of aberrations.|
|Focal Length (mm)||70-210 mm|
Average review score based on 4 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I was quite impressed with this lens! It is relatively compact and even though it is mostly plastic on the outer barrel, it is well-made, durable plastic. I had to get used to the push-pull zoom but after a short period of time it was easy to use. The focus speed is quite fast and accurate and the sharpness wide open on DX is excellent.
Solid and sharp lens with f4 all the way through the zoom range. Light and compact compared to later lensens with similar range. Focuses at close range, allthought not a macro lens.
Works flawlessly on my D7000. Very good value for the price.
See review at kenrockwell.com.
Beware that similar lenses with varying apeture exists and are a lot easier to come by than the f4. Look for the "ring" near the top of the lens.
This lens has provided the coverage that I needed for a Medium range zoom lens. The quality of the photographs has been good. To get more light one would have to go to the much more expensive f2.9 lenses. The other aspect that would be nice would be the VR lenses which again would be much more expensive. In summery I would rate this lens as an excellent compromise of performance and cost.
I bought it for many reasons: 1) its light weight in comparison with the 2.8 VR AF one. 2) the cost is about 1/15 of the corrisponding AF, VR. 3) It is a manual focus and I consider the old MF lenses as an excellent practise to keep the eye in excercise. 4) To go on practice of calculating manually the exposure. 5) The good quality of the glasses.