Nikon AF-P DX NIKKOR 70-300mm f4.5-6.3 G ED VR Lens
- F-Mount Lens/DX Format
- 105-450mm (35mm Equivalent)
- Aperture Range: f4.5-6.3 to f32
- One Extra-Low Dispersion Element
- Super Integrated Coating
- Pulse Stepping Motor AF System
- VR Image Stabilization
- Access Lens Settings in Camera Menu
- Rounded 7-Blade Diaphragm
The versatile AF-P DX NIKKOR 70–300mm focal range gives you all the flexibility you need to get beautiful shots of distant action, capture unique travel photos, or shoot amateur wildlife images. Nikon’s Vibration Reduction keeps your shots sharp and the lens focuses quickly and quietly, which makes it ideal for shooting video as well as stills.
Lightweight Zoom Lens
Whether you’re new to DSLR photography or want a second lens to increase your zoom range, this DX-format 4.3x zoom is the ideal tool. Create striking compositions thanks to the versatile 70-300mm focal range (FX-format equivalent: 105-450mm), which easily brings the action up close.
Smooth, fast Autofocus: Nikon's Stepping Motor
Nikon’s new Stepping Motor ensures this lens focuses quickly, and its quiet operation is ideal if you’re shooting movies. When zooming in to capture a photo, you can bring your subject into focus instantly and with absolute precision. When you’re shooting video footage, the motor allows you to smoothly shift focus with practically no drive noise.
This DX-format NIKKOR lens is specifically designed to make the most of your Nikon DSLR’s high pixel count and advanced image sensor. One extra-low dispersion (ED) glass element helps minimise chromatic aberration for high-resolution images with vivid colour, crisp detail, and perfectly rendered contrast.
Designed to enable more stable handheld shooting, Nikon’s impressive Vibration Reduction system lets you shoot at up to four stops slower. This means you’ll be able to achieve clear, blur-free images even when shooting at the far end of the telephoto range in low light. You can turn VR on or off using the camera menu.
Switch between Auto Focus and Manual Focus using the camera menu. The ability to change focus settings on the camera menu, rather than with switches on the lens barrel, prevents accidental setting changes when you want to shoot.
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