- Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 8.3 x 8.3 cm ; 680 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 1 Kg
- Item Model Number: 2182
- ASIN: B0037KM0XA
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 30 November 2017
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Nikon AF-S 16-35mm f4G ED VR, Black (JAA806DB)
- Nano Crystal Coat
- Filter/attachment size: 77mm
- Vibration Reduction
- Sleek, modern, and durable design
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Nikon AF-S FX NIKKOR 16-35mm f/4G ED Vibration Reduction Zoom Lens with Auto Focus for Nikon DSLR Cameras
Landscapes, cityscapes and interiors often require an extra-wide-angle lens to capture the complete picture. With the AF-S NIKKOR 16-35mm f/4G ED VR, you not only get focal lengths that cover a remarkably broad range, but your images will also benefit from the handheld steadiness of Nikon’s VR (Vibration Reduction) image stabilization (2.5 stops*), sharp focusing and rich color rendition. Additionally, you will love having an f/4 fixed aperture lens that covers the focal range without sacrificing brightness or depth of field.
Nikon VR II image stabilization
From daylight to low light, inside or out, near or far, your creative bases are covered with the astonishing versatility of the AF-S NIKKOR 16–35mm f/4G ED VR. Nikon VR image stabilization provides 2.5 stops of blur free handheld shooting. You can leave the tripod at home and create with spontaneity and confidence, even when lighting is less than ideal.
Superior stills and HD video in any setting
AF-S NIKKOR 16–35mm f/4G ED VR includes some of Nikon’s most advanced lens technologies for exceptional performance in a broad range of shooting situations. From its flare and ghosting reducing Nano Crystal Coat (N) to its ultra-fast, ultra-quiet Silent Wave Motor (SWM) internal focusing motor, the AF-S NIKKOR 16–35mm f/4G ED VR is an advanced lens for today’s advanced DSLR cameras.
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The 16-35 feels like most late-generation Nikon lenses: Solid and smooth. Although the body is some sort of plastic it doesn't really feel cheap, and the weight savings is appreciated. No aperture ring which matters to fewer and fewer each day. For me I appreciate having one less opening in the lens case. A nice addition to this lens and other current gen Nikon lenses is the index dot for mounting the lens. Many earlier Nikon lenses didn't have this dot and I'd end up making little white tape wedges to substitute.
Optical quality is amazing. One of the big differences between this lens and the 14-24 is the lack of ghosting, particularly with night shots and point light sources. I shoot a lot of cityscapes at night and I never used my 14-24 because it's just awful with flare and ghosting due to that big round front element. The 16-35 has none of that mess, which is great. Still not as clean as my primes in extreme situations but much much better than the 14-24.
The VR is actually a lot more useful than I thought it would be. It definitely sharpens things up when running and gunning handheld in the city. No downsides that I can find. Having a standard filter thread is a godsend coming from the 14-24. Being able to use a standard polarizer and my "big stopper" ND is really nice. One downside (compared to primes) is the size; it's about the same length as the 24-70, but compared to the 14-24 not so bad.
All in all I'm really pleased with this lens. I can't seem to find a reason to take the 14-24 out much anymore. The VR isn't a feature to buy this lens for but it's nice to have. No reason to buy the 14-24 versus this lens...most cameras these days have no problem compensating for the loss of a stop and the difference in DOF just isn't going to be that noticeable
I reviewed a number of lenses before settle in the Nikon 16-35 mm. Looked into the Nikon 14-24 and Nikon 24-70 and although these two are part of the Nikon 'trinity' I bought the 16-35 mm and I have no regrets. I travel a lot and my camera and lenses are always with me, the 16-35 is one of them, this lens is reliable, fast, very sharp and VR adds to its versatility. This lens works great in low light with still subjects and it is priced at a competitive price.
A couple of features that I simply HAD to have: (a) Nano Crystal Coat; (b) VR; (c) Compatibility with my D850; and (especially) Image Quality
Caution: Double check the weight of this lens. It may be a bit heavy for some folks.
1) Great lens for shooting landscapes on a full frame camera. Great field of view.
2) Very very good at preventing sun flares on wide shots when the sun is off center. The lens coatings are excellent.
3) The lens is soft at the edges when shooting 16mm and your subject is close, like within 5-10 feet such as shooting low to the ground, but is acceptable. Anything that is 20+ feet away from the lens is sharp even at the edges. I think the curvature of the lens at close range causes this. Overall a great lens when you want to be able to carry screw on filters and still get a pretty wide FOV.