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Buyer's Guide to Nikon 80-200mm f/2.8 Camera Lens

Nikon lenses are world-class and chosen among photographers of all types and experience levels. The 80-200mm f/2.8 is appropriate for action, portrait, and nature shots because of the telephoto focal range. You can find the lens you need for sale on eBay, and if you have any questions about the Nikon 80-200m f/2.8, then check this buyer's guide to find out all you need to know before buying one.

What cameras are the Nikon 80-200mm f/2.8 compatible with?

If you have a Nikon camera that is an F-mount, it will be compatible with the Nikon 80-200mm f/2.8. If your Nikon camera doesn't have autofocus mode, the 80-200mm f/2.8 will be compatible but only with manual focus mode. If you don't have a Nikon camera, the Nikon 80-200mm f/2.8 is an F-mount, so check your camera lens mount type compatibility. There may be an F-mount adapter for your camera. The two compatible Nikon mount types are the following:

  • FX: This one has a larger sensor measuring 36 millimeters by 24 millimeters.
  • DX: This one has a crop sensor measuring 24 millimeters by 16 millimeters.
What is the aperture range?

The minimum aperture of the Nikon 80-200m f/2.8 lens is 22, and the maximum aperture is 2.8. This makes the 80-200mm f/2.8 camera lens usable for a wide variety of lighting settings, such as when you need high resolution and contrast in low lighting and you don't want to use an external flash.

What does telephoto lens mean?

The Nikon 80-200m f/2.8 is a telephoto lens, which means it has a long focal length (80 millimeters at its minimum) that gives you a narrower field of view and what would be commonly considered a zoom image. Telephoto lenses allow you to capture shots of things that are far away.

What is the ED glass feature of the Nikon 80-200mm?

Nikon glass is known as ED, for "extra-low dispersion." This means the lens minimizes light rays' ability to pass through the glass and create color fringing. Color fringing makes an image appear blurry when in fact it is the light passing through the lens that fringes a specific color, typically when a white object is surrounded by color. ED glass minimizes the effect of this secondary color spectrum. This makes the ED glass lenses more able to deliver sharp images and preserve the deepest levels of contrast regardless of the aperture level. The 80-200mm f/2.8 camera lens has this feature, which is important because of its wide aperture range of 22 to 2.8.

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