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Authorized Dealer. Special Order. Please order carefully, special orders are not returnable. Once your order is placed, it cannot be cancelled. Additional shipping charges may apply. Check Store Availability. Check Other Stores. On close inspection I think the images are more than acceptable! Taking the lenses up by 1 stop only, thus rendering the mm at an f8 as standard.
The sharpness of the lens may be lost by a small amount only and the results of a quick shoot are shown on my Flickr photostream for you to see. I will say though that the lens with the 1. I will try again in normal light conditions on other subjects tomorrow as this was against snow and a bright sky.
Would I use this lens with the converter on for action? Royally Morphed Pythons : Here you go friend! Just for you! I have the mm f4, 1. I just wondered what your thoughts were with a mm comparison : I know what the mm can do, but if the can do it to the same standard with the teleconverter s , then i'd be all over it. I'd happily sell my mm, and mm lens, and get the mm. I could sell the 2x tele as well no doubt : 96 months ago permalink.
As today I went out with the mm on the D body and the mm 2. I did put the 1. Todays shoot: As you know, I am not into photographing birds on feeders, but with the bad knee I couldn't even get out of my car this morning! All todays set are on the mm with the 1.
It's fine with the mm f4 and the mm f2. I missed a top woodpecker shot and the Nutatch creeping round the tree, so bear it in mind if you wanna catch every frame that presents itself. Focusing quick and bang on without it though as already reported on. Jonny, I have to say my brother has the mm f4 and we tested this yesterday, No searching with the 1. I would be hard pushed to say one beat the other!! C ;- 96 months ago permalink. Thanks for the info most appreciated :- I see what you mean.
I always feel restricted with the for wildlife, and I don't need f2. So it looks like I'd probably only want to swap that lens out if I did. Decisions :- 96 months ago permalink. Totally understand and agree. I do a lot of arena or even night to dusk shooting so the 2.
High ISO cameras today compensate for "slower" lenses and I certainly do not see or treat an f4 or f5. Had another great day with the mm yesterday, it sill continues to impress! Picture after picture, sharp as. Still searches at times if the light or scene is not how it likes it , however not missed any major shots through this yet. Image quality is second to none,all you thinkers, go out n buy!! Even my and can get confused if the lighting isn't right, i hate strong back lighting sometimes.
Rental is a great option. I did that with the mm and recorded all the results. An unbelievable lens, but in practice and pound for pound it ad to be the mm, so all in all, pounds saved by renting! Be sure to post your pics and your findings on here for others to see. Also plz state how much the rental was and who from to help others! I also want to take it down to the river hand held, and see how i get on with and without a 1.
If i was home longer i'd have had it for the week. Cheers buddy, enjoy, can't wait to see ur results n thoughts. C 96 months ago permalink. The more I use this lens, the more I love it! Handholding even at lower speeds is now quiet easy and now I am used to a fraction more weight, it is a mere lightweight.
Just one area I need to cover in depth before I take it as black n white. With my mm I never switch my VR off when panning but results with the mm are suggesting it might need switching off. Today's testing will clarify. This is fine for pre planned shots, but such as wildlife where a bird can fly straight at you where VR is good or it flys across you when a pan is needed an possibly not wanting the VR on.
Lets see. Originally posted 95 months ago. I've uploaded my first few trial run pictures, and it is a great lens. I even got the lens a couple days early, so i've until Friday to keep abusing this beast : Works very well with the 1. Sharp wide open with the tele as well. Autofocus is fast, and reliable, what's not to like? Some great images there RMP, interesting to hear that the seems to be ok with the 1.
Coupled with the D, this lens looks more and more tempting! RMP, now that you've rented the lens, can you see yourself purchasing it in the future? The VR system is pretty awesome - it even seems to add stability to my tripod, so i just leave it on. With the TC1. On a tripod it shines though.
My keeper ratio is high, even handheld with a TC. The lens nails shots so quick, i'm not used to pressing the shutter in that time lol. I'm a big fan of the mm F4, and i still am. With a 2x tele, you can still get very useful shots from it, but the mm gives a finer result with the 1.
Contrast, sharpness and of course AF , is much better overall. Royally, Try panning and following fast moving subjects such as small birds with the mm with the 1. This combo is OK for static or slow moving wildlife but the lens searches slowly when the tc is attached I missed a top shot today. The D or D with with 1. C 95 months ago permalink. I still adore the mm, it's just horses for courses!! You have a good point - i was out earlier with it today, with the 1.
For some reason it just wouldn't move If it's near enough on the button, with the 1. Up until today, i had really only done the panning stuff without the TC, and it was marvelous. Unfortunately i stumbled across this though. Tomorrow's my last day with it, and the 6 days i've had it for, it's probably not as long as i'd like to have with it, and knowing exactly what the weaknesses are. Without the TC, it's a solid performer Great feedback for others Royally!
I had the same as you yesterday, just put the tc on for some close up statics and a Marsh Harrier glided into view. I have never captured one before. It came in slowly and the focus hunted, leaving me at best with 3 usable shots out of 7!! Those being soft too. Now I will only use the 1. Saying that I will post some shots I took yesterday with the mm on its own and yet again this lens, I believe is a true diamond! Thanks to all for posting their experiences here regarding the new Nikon mm.
I also enjoyed the splendid sample images! That mm would make all the difference for me as I'm lucky enough to be right on top of all the local wildlife. No problems pdpolena, your money will not be wasted! An update! I have decided after using my 1. Trying to follow moving subjects in the sky is like riding a motorbike around a race track blindfolded! The 1. Another update Yep the new D is producing fantastic images with the mm, but I must say, my trusty D back up camera is a dream to to use with this lens!
Always producing clean crisp results. Thanks Cris, I've been following your reports and decided to get the lens. I pick it up early next week. I want to use it for birding, mostly as a backup, and carry about kit. I've had an number of the old D versions, and have always been frustrated by the focus system. With good technique, it always seemed to produce very good results.
So am looking forward to enjoying the benefits of the new lens and hopefully posting a few pics in this group. Great work. I am glad to have been help birdsaspoetry Also still love my mm, that is one hell of a lens for subjects lying a little closer. It is also ok for use with one camera. I have bought spare connecting straps for my other cameras and my binoculars and it makes for one hell of a convenient system!
It copes with and carries this weight so easily! Thank you very much for all the comments on this lens. I currently have a D and mm lens. Have ordered the new mm and looking forward to trying it out. I shoot fighter jets and other fast moving subjects with this lens and absolutely love it. Sign up for a free account, or sign in if you're already a member. Flickr logo.
If you click it, you'll go home. Sign Up Explore. Upload Sign In. Go back to the beta groups experience. Photos Discussions Members Map About. Nikon D 3 replies. Has anybody used this lens with the new Nikon D? Nikkor g Ed vr new lens Or nikkor fl Ed vr new lens with telecenter tc20 or tc17 1 reply.
Looking for an upgrade. So I need some advice. Nikkor g Ed vr new lens Most consumer zooms go soft as they approach the telephoto limit of the lens. Which Tripod to buy? I am shooting the newest AF-S lense on a D body and am looking for ad VR issue 0 replies. Seem to have developed a problem with the VR. On camera startup imaged jumps ver Lense Question 2 replies. I find that this updated lense seems to collect alot more dust inside than the o Greetings, I hope someone in this group can give me some information to help Just looking at this lense at my local Henry's camer store and it shows a price Loose lens barrel 4 replies.
Hi everyone, I wonder if anyone else has this problem. When zoomed out to C ;- 96 months ago permalink Royally Morphed Pythons says: Thanks for the info most appreciated :- I see what you mean. Decisions :- 96 months ago permalink cjpk1 says: Totally understand and agree.
How is this lens built? Like any high end professional lens this lens is built extremely well. It feels great in the hands but I highly recommend using a nice and sturdy mono-pod or tri-pod when shooting. This definitely is not a lens you want to hand hold for a long time 7. This coating means sharper images and less lens flair when shooting towards bright light. All of the Hebrew Trinity lenses have Nano coating and I can tell you even when shooting into the sun you will not see any flair.
The truth is when you spend this much money on a lens you can only expect that it is built well and will deliver the results you are looking for. Thank you to borrowlenses. Who is this lens for? The people that generally purchase this lens are shooting Nature or outdoor sports.
The truth of the matter is not terribly to well. Most people would use a 2. It just shows you again that this lens is not really meant to be used indoors. Any time you have an F4 lens and you shoot at F4 it wont be as sharp as a 2. So the slight lack of sharpness in low light at F4 is not something I was to keen on. Next I moved into shooting two indoor sports.
First I shot Professional Lacrosse which is not exactly an easy sport to follow. I had the pleasure of standing in-between the benches in my attempt to capture some nice images. The lens held up very well tracking and continuously focusing on a moving subject. I was able to lop off 14 shots in a row of a player running down the floor all while pulling back on the zoom. What I learned when shooting lacrosse is that I found myself shooting no wider than mm. That means I never shot it at because there was not enough reach.
When shooting the goalie I was able to shoot out around mm and capture some great saves. That is something you learn about this lens. This lens allows you to play in the mm range in a single lens with very nice results. I would love to say that it will match those 2.
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But in comparison to the aforementioned beasts of burden which weigh between two and four pounds more respectively, the mm is a lot easier to deal with. Secondly, it offers a tremendously versatile array of focal lengths. On my full frame Nikon D the mm focal lengths are great for shooting big wave surfing in Hawaii or whitewater kayaking and mountain biking just about anywhere.
If I need more reach I can attach the 1. Alternatively, with my Ds, which has a sensor with a 1. And finally if I really need even longer focal lengths I can add the 1. Stop and think about that for a second. That is in a nutshell one of the biggest reasons I chose this lens. Oh, that and the fact that this lens is wicked sharp. A surfer riding a tube at Bonzai Pipeline, on the north shore of Oahu. The VRII is also a beautifully made lens.
The barrel of the lens is all metal as one would assume with any lens in this category. The lens hood is made of Carbon Fiber and easily and securely attaches to the front of the lens. The zoom ring is silky smooth as you rotate from to mm and it has a nice amount of resistance so that it stays wherever you set it. On the front of the lens are three autofocus lock buttons if you need to lock the focus quickly.
And since the front end of this lens is too large for filters there is a 39mm drop-in filter bay for polarizers or any other filters you might need to use. The top image on the previous page is a good example of an image shot with VR technology. For that image I panned with the subject using a slow shutter speed. There are no flaws in this lens design that I have discovered. It is about as perfect a lens as can be made by human beings.
It comes with a heavily padded soft-shell case, which has a rigid bottom. The case is so well made that I have carried the lens in the padded pouch to several locations. This is possibly the most perfect set up ever invented for shooting surfing from the beach.
Also, notice that it is mounted to my Kirk BH-1 ball head, which can easily handle the weight but as discussed in the review I now prefer to use a Wimberley Head with this lens because it is much better balanced and easier to maneuver the lens while shooting.
Thus, the camera turns off the power to the VR system while it's charging up the camera's flash capacitor. If you're shooting flash near full power and doing a lot of consecutive flashes, the flash recharge time can start taking a few seconds. How do you know if power is restored to the VR system? Well, you can't, exactly, but the flash indicator in the viewfinder is a fairly reliable indicator: if it's not present with the flash up and active, VR is probably Off.
I've been holding off on the tripod issue to the end of this article, partly because it's not as clear cut as Nikon seems to think it is. Part of the problem is that Nikon hasn't clearly labeled and described their various VR system iterations. Technically, the VR II system on some of the modern lenses should detect when the camera is on a stable platform and not try to jump in and correct anything.
But not all modern lenses have what most of us regard as the full VR II. The recently introduced mm, for example, comes long after the intro of VR II, but it does not appear to have tripod recognition. Thus, we have another rule before we get to the real rule:. Rule 8 For Real: If your camera is on a tripod, even if you're using something like a Wimberley head where it is almost always a bit loose, just try turning VR off. So why do I disagree with Nikon? Even with a loose head on a tripod, motion should be fairly easy to control, and you should have removed one possible motion almost completely ditto with monopods.
The problem I have, and which many other pros have noticed, is that the VR tripod detection system sometimes produces "false negatives. Most of the time it does just that Nikon says that the current system is smart enough to detect as many as three different types of motion—handholding, platform vibration, and support system movement—because the "vibrations" caused by each of these are recognizably different in wave form. Every now and then, though, VR thinks it needs to correct when it doesn't or perhaps is still correcting for a previously detected motion that will no longer be present in the next sampling.
When that happens, the VR element s are moving when they shouldn't be. Usually not a lot, but enough to make for less than optimal results. Result: loss of edge acuity, possibly busier bokeh. Remember, when you're on a tripod, all shots should be good without VR otherwise you have the wrong tripod and head, see this article , or you're using poor technique.
I'm not a gambler: I prefer the known to the unknown, so I don't like having random shots slightly spoiled by VR. Which brings up a whole different topic: what does a spoiled-by-VR shot look like? Well, "spoiled" is too harsh a term. Sub-optimal is probably a better one. An optimal shot has very clean and well defined edge acuity. Assuming a "perfect lens," edges should be recorded basically as good as the anti-aliasing filter if the camera has one , sensor, and Bayer demosaic allow.
It's sort of like camera movement, only much more subtle. It's sort of like diffraction, only sometimes with a direction component to it. I tend to say that the detail "looks soft and busy" when VR isn't fully doing its job or is on when it shouldn't be. And when you apply sharpening to those soft and busy edges, that busy-ness gets busier. The gyro mechanism in most stabilization systems is designed to keep everything pointed one direction, but the rotation of the planet means that they shouldn't, and our big blue ball is rotating at 7.
Sand is a real problem, but even things you might think that are solid are vibrating from all the human activity on the planet, too. But those vibrations aren't always in the scope of the VR's ability to handle. Yes, there's some nitpicking going on here. VR not correcting right is a bit like tripod mount slop fixed with a Really Right Stuff Long Lens Support or ringing vibrations in the tripod legs fixed by using the right legs for your equipment : you don't see it until it's gone, and even then usually only if you're pixel peeping.
They expect to be able to catch every bit of detail and blow it up into a large print. As always on this site, you need to understand that I always write about the search for optimal data. If you're shooting with a mm on a D and putting x images on the Web from that, well, whether the VR missed doing its job by a little bit probably isn't so important.
Turn VR off and turn the camera off before removing the lens from the camera. So always turn the camera off before removing a lens. If there are more questions on VR I'll address them in the Discussion at the bottom of this page or additional articles.
Until then, here's your motto: VR stays off unless I specifically need it. It appears most people just want to be told "use it for X, don't use it for Y. Taking shortcuts with decisions ultimately leads to less-than-optimal results. For casual shooting, shortcuts perhaps work just fine for most people, and I've suggested a bunch in this article. But for serious shooting where quality matters, a good photographer is always evaluating, always testing.
In many ways, digital is great for that, as we have an immediate feedback loop and can test a setting assumption almost immediately, plus we have the ultimate loupe in our large computer monitors. Thus, one other point I'll make is that I can't tell you every possible time you need to use VR and every possible time you shouldn't. What I do know is that when VR has been on when it shouldn't be, my images suffer a bit. And yes, when I shoot without VR on when it should be, my images suffer, too.
However, generally I know when I'm imparting substantive motion to the camera during shooting. Thus, VR is off unless I know that I'm imparting motion, and then I only turn it on if I can guess—and verify with a field test—that it will remove that motion. One thing I've noticed is that those of us who shot with long lenses back in the film days prior to VR aren't quite so fast to turn it on as someone picking up a camera today.
Part of that is the marketing message "up to four stops better! We either had to correct the underlying problem or not shoot. Thus, we tend to know when we're on the margin where VR might be helpful. I'd argue that leaving VR on and turning it off only when you see a degradation which may be too late if you're seeing it when you get home and looking at images on your monitor isn't easily learned.
Leaving VR off and turning it on only when you see a degradation is much more easily learned. Active Mode has to do with looking at vibrations that are human caused e. However, Active Mode disappeared on many recent lenses, and something called Sport Mode appeared. Sport Mode is very different. Sport Mode tries to keep the viewfinder stable when shooting moving subjects.
Simple as that. The lenses that do this are:. Nikon eventually got around to documenting why they believe a lens-based VR system is better than sensor-based stabilization. They made four points:. This standardized test tries to give you a sense of how well the stabilization systems work in identical circumstances.
Here are the current numbers:. What Nikon meant is that VR does not start unless you've partially pressed or fully pressed the shutter release. But when you went to take the shot pressing the shutter release would activate VR at the last possible moment. Enough of us complained that VR actually helps during focus that Nikon made the change to the current high-end cameras that activates VR even if you're only pressing the AF-ON button.
Previous to that, we had to do the two button shuffle: half press the shutter release to get VR working, then press the AF-ON button to get a stabilized focus action. Which Nikkors Have Fluorine Coating? What Matters Most? New or Old for the Exotic Telephotos? What is Micro Contrast? What is Tack Sharp? Can I use a Sigma teleconverter on a Nikon lens? Why do you seem to be so negative about teleconverters?
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Do you ever update your works? What do your books work on? Can I copy the eBook file to my other computers? Why were some eBooks supplied on a CD? Sidebar [Skip] Web Search dslrbodies. Other byThom Sites What's New: bythom. Firmware Updates Nikon D5 1. Nikon's VR system explained Even after being online for some time over 10 years , this article continues to generate responses and controversy. If something is moving you, use Active. If it's just you moving the camera, use Normal. If your subject is moving, you still need a shutter speed that will stop that movement.
Expecting VR to remove all motion including subject motion is something everyone has to get over: VR doesn't remove all motion, it only removes camera motion. If you're panning correctly, VR should probably be On, and set to Sport mode, if available Yet another aspect of VR that confuses people is activation.
If you rely upon VR and use flash, use an external flash instead of the internal one if you can. Thus, we have another rule before we get to the real rule: You MUST read your lens manual and see what it says about use on tripods. Two basic possibilities exist: The manual says turn VR off when on a tripod sometimes adding "unless the head is unsecured" The manual specifically says that the VR system detects when the camera is on a tripod Okay, I lied.
Forget what the manual says. Yes, in practice, the new VR seems to do a slightly better job, but it's unclear as to why it does a better job. I've had one VR failure that needed repair and I know of others who've had similar failures. Still, it's rare that a lens has a mechanical failure, though adding the complexity of the VR mechanics certainly must increase the likelihood of encountering a problem. I'll bet that it is low.
When you run batteries way down and activate VR it appears that the VR system can sometimes demand more power than the camera can supply instantaneously. The result is "jumpy VR" as the VR circuitry cuts in and out.
But see the "jumps after a shot" comment, below. After all, the VR elements are probably moving between samples. And I believe you get burned by it more often than you'd get burned by having VR off. And this can be important in some instances. It's one of the reasons why I argued that not putting VR into the original mm lens was one of Nikon's bigger mistakes in the first digital decade. If you're moving the camera enough that the autofocus sensor s you're using isn't staying stable on the point you want focused, there's a chance focus will shift to someplace you don't want it.
At wide angles, the AF sensors can easily get distracted by backgrounds. Nikon vaguely warns about this in their manuals fifth example, D manual page So if you're moving the camera enough that the background is getting onto that autofocus sensor with regularity, that can be a problem, and VR might help. Note that the Nikon VR system operates differently for pre-release focusing: the viewfinder image is stabilized, which means the VR elements may eventually move well off center to provide a stable view also impacts focusing, see question just above.
But during the exposure the system does a few different things. First, it re-centers the VR elements while flipping up the mirror. Second, it uses a different algorithm for doing its correcting. Personally, I think this really gets down to a handling issue, though.
One of the primary camera motions that VR is often correcting is the "shutter release stab," which tends to impart a forward or backwards tilt in the camera. Proper use of a monopod tends to mostly remove that component, leaving side-to-side as the primary camera movement needing correction. So it starts to depend upon what's causing that side-to-side motion. Following action that moves in one direction?
That's panning see above, and select Sport VR mode. Following action that moves back and forth? Be careful of the shutter speed. At low shutter speeds which would need VR subject motion is going to be your biggest issue. At high shutter speeds, you're turning VR off anyway. Subject isn't moving but you can't hold the camera still on the monopod? This would be a case where VR probably should be on.
It also seems to apply fairly well for Canon IS, which is a very similar system. I can't say that the sensor-based systems do or don't act the same. That's because it encourages people to just leave it on all the time. Nevertheless, I don't know enough and haven't tested enough to know for sure.
In using Olympus IS on long lenses with wildlife, I've discovered the same pattern of sometimes getting shots that aren't up to snuff when they should be short shutter speed and IS turned on. It's unclear what it causing this, and when it happens it's more pronounced than what I describe in the Nikon VR system, above. This seems especially true with the Panasonic mm on the Olympus bodies, so it could be a slight engineering difference or just a firmware problem.
Where did Active Mode go? They made four points: The finder image is corrected. This is absolutely true for pure optical-only viewfinder systems, though most of the cameras these days that have sensor-based stabilization use either EVF or the color LCD for composing. However, mode switch sensitivity has been altered to reduce the possibility of sudden unintentional switching to manual focus while shooting. Nano Crystal Coat An anti-reflective coating developed by Nikon that virtually eliminates internal lens element reflections across a wide range of wavelengths.
Nano Crystal Coat not only solves ghost effects caused by red light, which was incredibly difficult for previous systems. It also effectively reduces ghost and flare effects caused by light entering the lens diagonally. The result: clearer images. Vibration Reduction A Nikon in-lens technology that improves image stability by automatically compensating for camera shake. Lenses that offer VR will feature the abbreviation VR on the lens barrel.
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