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Zoom 10,7x polyvalent et ultra puissant avec réduction de vibration (VR II)

Puissant objectif optimisé pour les appareils photo de format FX, le zoom AF-S NIKKOR 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR offre une netteté exceptionnelle pour une vaste plage de zoom, tout en gardant une ouverture de f/5.6 à l’extrémité du téléobjectif. La stabilisation d’image par réduction de vibration (Nikon VR) fournit 3,5 niveaux* de prise de vue à main levée sans flou, assurant des vues fixes et des vidéos HD considérablement plus nettes. Un zoom remarquablement polyvalent, idéal pour les voyages et autres utilisations en extérieur.
Réduction de vibrations
Moteur SWM (Silent Wave Motor)
Verre ED (À dispersion extra faible)
AS
M/A
Objectif IF
Traitement super intégré

Stabilité et polyvalence

Puissant zoom 10,7x équipé du système de stabilisation d’image de Nikon (VR II)

La polyvalence du zoom AF-S NIKKOR 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR offre une vaste plage focale, idéale pour les voyages, les paysages, les portraits et les sujets éloignés. Optimisé pour une netteté incroyable d’un bord à l’autre du cadre pour les formats FX et DX, ce zoom 10,7x permet une mise au point rapprochée à seulement 46 cm du sujet.

Avancé et remarquable

Technologies d’objectifs Nikon pour des performances exceptionnelles dans toutes les situations

Le modèle AF-S NIKKOR 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR est un objectif avancé qui permet aux reflex numériques Nikon avancés d’atteindre des performances optimales. Outre sa puissante capacité de zoom 10,7x, il est équipé de nombreuses technologies les plus avancées de Nikon en matière d’objectifs, ainsi qu’un verre de qualité NIKKOR de renommée mondiale pour des photographies et des vidéos inégalées. 

Technologie Nikon de réduction de vibration

En savoir plus sur la technologie Nikon de stabilisation d’image VR intégrée à l’objectif, qui permet d’obtenir des vues fixes et des vidéos considérablement plus nettes lors des prises de vue à main levée.
*Selon la norme CIPA. Cette valeur est atteinte lorsque : Les objectifs compatibles au format FX sont montés sur un reflex numérique au format FX et les zooms sont réglés sur la position de téléobjectif maximale.
Réduction de vibrations
Réduction de vibrations
Une technologie intégrée de Nikon destinée à améliorer la stabilité de l’image par compensation automatique des tremblements de l’appareil. Les objectifs dotés du système VR affichent l’abréviation VR sur leur canon.
Moteur SWM (Silent Wave Motor)
Moteur SWM (Silent Wave Motor)
Les objectifs AF-S NIKKOR sont dotés du Moteur SWM (Silent Wave Motor) de Nikon, ce qui représente un progrès considérable dans la technologie des objectifs AF.
Verre ED (À dispersion extra faible)
Verre ED (À dispersion extra faible)
Un verre optique développé par Nikon et utilisé avec du verre optique normal sur les téléobjectifs, afin d’obtenir une correction optimale des aberrations chromatiques.
AS
AS
AS désigne les lentilles asphériques. Ce type de lentille comprend des surfaces non sphériques sur l’un ou les deux côtés du verre afin d’éliminer certains types d’aberrations.
M/A
M/A
Certains objectifs NIKKOR sont dotés d’un mode de mise au point permettant de passer d’une mise au point automatique à manuelle pratiquement sans décalage, en tournant simplement la bague de mise au point de l’objectif.
Objectif IF
Objectif IF
Un objectif NIKKOR doté d'un système interne de mise au point : Seuls les groupes de lentilles se déplacent sans allonger l'objectif. Ce type d’objectifs est désigné par l’abréviation IF située sur le canon.
Traitement super intégré
Traitement super intégré
Le traitement super intégré de Nikon est le terme employé par Nikon pour désigner le traitement multicouche des éléments optiques contenus dans les objectifs NIKKOR.
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AF-S NIKKOR 28-300mm Tout simplement,moi je l'adore je ne peut pas en dire plus c'est vraiment un tout-en-un comme objectif. 28 juillet 2014
For the first time, it really is like having a bag of prime lenses along all of the time. The previous scenario was D7100 with 18-200 DX VR. That was an excellent setup and we have no complaints about the many great memories on the walls and hard drives -- except it fell short focal length wise a few times when planning ahead was not an option. The move up to FX (D610 and now D750) along with this 28-300 FX VR as the "always within reach camera" is a real game changer. Not hype. Been doing this a few decades. Wow. Why? Because if the lighting is there (and even when it's not...), within reasonable distances, you can shoot anything from the hip, fast or slow, near or far, with 95%+ results in most peoples eyes -- and the moment would have passed anyway if going for a lens was the only option. (The new low light FX sensors + Photoshop can make up for quite a bit in the lighting department the other 5% of the time for us type A's). We have 2 kids playing most indoor and outdoor sports. And lot's of family. Awesome impromptu portraits (which always come from 15 feet away, the way our minds store faces...) are seconds away, all the time. So is daylight stop action at any reasonable distance for available focal lengths with amazing clarity -- and always much better than my impromptu photos from 2 years ago using identical techniques. You still have to pay attention to depth of field to get what you want. I shoot in aperture priority mode most of the time with auto iso compensation on so I can get everything I want, all the time. I'm greedy that way!. This has proven to be as much of a step up as the DX to FX step. Both are very highly recommended. Can't say enough about the quality of the photos. I don't believe there will be another leap like D750 and this 28-300 FX VR lens for years to come. 4 octobre 2014
Great lens for a great camera I bought this lens when I upgraded from a D90 to the D800 a few months ago. I had been using the 70-300 lens on my D90, and loved it. I researched a lot before buying this lens, and had some concerns about distortion, but decided to buy it for the versatility -- and at the time I did not have a macro lens, so I thought this would be a good substitute. I have not been disappointed. I've taken several thousand shots with this lens, and have since acquired a macro (the 105mm micro Nikkor). Surprisingly, I actually prefer this lens for some macro shots -- particularly moving insects that will not stand still for me to get close with the 105mm lens. There was some adjustment with the FX camera, since the DX D90 multiplies the magnification by 1.5,and I was used to getting more magnification. However, with the D800's 36MP, I can crop and magnify much more than the DX multiplication factor with no loss of resolution at all. There is no more distortion at 28mm than I had at 18 mm on my D90's 18-105 kit lens (which is very little), and I find the pictures at 300 mm to be as sharp as I was getting at 300mm with the 70-300 zoom. The really great thing about this lens is its versatility. When I travel, I no longer have to carry a macro, a close zoom, and a long-range zoom. And I no longer have to change lenses, which reduces sensor dust and saves a tremendous amount of time (and risk of breaking or damaging a lens) changing lenses. I do like the 105mm macro, and it is fantastic for things that I can get close to; but its depth of field is not as good as the 28-300mm lens at the same aperture, and the 6x 300mm advantage is worth having when I don't want to, or can't, get close to the subject. I am sure that the 105mm lens is sharper, but I really cannot tell the difference in practice. It's actually easier to hand-hold the 28-300 up close than the 105, and it focuses a little easier. Since Nikon no longer makes a micro zoom, this is the best alternative. And it is also great at long range at full zoom. I've read several pros who do not like zoom lenses and who talk about framing by walking. That's fine for some situations, but the zoom is by far my preference. Being able to go from wide angle to telephoto with a quality lens on a quality camera means a lot to me. I have hundreds of pictures that are pro quality though I am not a pro, and even though it's the photographer who makes good pictures, the equipment certainly helps! Last but certainly not least, the price is great considering the versatility and range of the lens. Great going, Nikon! 30 juillet 2014
You can't go wrong with this lens I'm really happy with this lens. When I bought my D800 six months ago, I looked at the Nikon lens offering and debated the 28-300 vs 24-70 + 70-200 combination in order to get the focal length coverage I wanted for every-day picture taking. For once in my life, I decided to go with the cheaper solution. Am I ever glad that I did. While I lose a little at the wide end (28 vs 24 mm), I get an extra 100 mm at the narrow end. And, while I lost a few f stops in going with this lens, I saved enough to buy a 14-24 mm, f2.8 and a 50 mm f1.4 which more than makes up for lost stops. I've taken great portraits, great landscapes and great still-lifes (by my humble standards, anyway) with this lens. If you're a photo-enthusiast looking for an all purpose lens to cover 95% of your requirements - this lens is a great candidate. 2 août 2013
If you only buy one lens this is the one!! You have to remember that this is a zoom lens and not a fixed focal length lens. Its not a fast lens, its starts at F3.5-5.6. with that said, this lens is fantastic. I take portraits of people all day, and this lens works great for individuals and groups. I shoot in the studios at f9 mostly and I find my results are just great. Had 2- 24x30 prints made last week and I can't find anything that I could improve on from this lens. Camera is d800e, this lens gives me very thing I need for 90% of what I do. Yes i still need those fast lenses and if I want that soft bokeh I use my Dc 105mm F2. and if I'm in the hockey rink i still want my 80-200mm F2.8. But I did go on Vacation to the big US of A. and all i took was my 28-300mm and that was all i needed. No Camera bag just the camera over my shoulder and my sb800 in my wife's purse. I was in grand central station in new york one evening and was watching a young lady with this big canon camera and lens combo trying to capture the train station. Thing were not working out for her but i did want to say anything (because i never used a canon before or want to) I asked her to take a photo with my camera of my wife and I and i told her just push the button that was all she needed to do. with the camera set at 1/125 sec f.3.5 at 28mm iso set to 1600 and sb800 set TTL -1 stop. well the look on that photographers face was priceless. I think she wanted my camera. Just remember what you have, what your are using it for, then you will see that for the most part this lens is perfect for 90% of the stuff you need. Im a Master Photographer with 32 years in this field and i can tell you i have lots of lenses and cameras and i think i found a winner with this one. 27 juillet 2013
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