Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 16-80 mm f/2.8-4E ED VR Lens

June 22, 2019 - Comment

Présentation Zoom hautes performances au format DX offrant une plage de focales allant de 16 à 80 mm et une ouverture lumineuse de f/2.8-4. Doté des dernières innovations technologiques et d’un format compact, c’est l’objectif tout-terrain idéal pour les photographes exigeants. Son zoom 5x polyvalent couvre une plage équivalant à 24-120 mm en plein format

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Présentation Zoom hautes performances au format DX offrant une plage de focales allant de 16 à 80 mm et une ouverture lumineuse de f/2.8-4. Doté des dernières innovations technologiques et d’un format compact, c’est l’objectif tout-terrain idéal pour les photographes exigeants. Son zoom 5x polyvalent couvre une plage équivalant à 24-120 mm en plein format et offre davantage de possibilités de prise de vue grâce à une ouverture lumineuse. Le puissant système Nikon de réduction de vibration garantit des images nettes. Un diaphragme électromagnétique garantit des photos plus nettes lors des prises de vue à des cadences élevées. Léger et traité au fluor, ce zoom s’accorde bien à l’appareil et ravira les photographes qui exigent un équipement haut de gamme. Points forts Zoom 5x hautes performances : large plage de focales allant de 16 à 80 mm (équivalent au format FX : de 24 à 120 mm) et ouverture maximale lumineuse de f/2.8-4. Sa plage de focales allant du grand-angle au téléobjectif couvre la plupart des situations de prise de vue. Vous pouvez, par exemple, facilement passer d’un paysage panoramique à un portrait intimiste. Compact et léger : ce magnifique objectif polyvalent est idéal pour les voyages. De faible encombrement, il ne pèse que 480 grammes et s’accorde parfaitement au boîtier de l’appareil. Ouverture lumineuse : permet d’obtenir de superbes flous d’arrière-plan, des clichés nets dans des conditions de faible luminosité et une séparation claire entre le sujet

Product Features

  • Ultra-light, ultra-versatile
    Meet the world’s lightest 5x zoom lens with an f/2.8-4 aperture*, which is excellent for softening foregrounds or backgrounds and highlighting your subject. On a DX-format camera, it’s zoom range is equivalent to Nikon’s 24-120mm FX lens (35mm format), a staple in many pro camera bags.
  • Pro-grade image quality
    Unleash the power of your high-resolution Nikon DSLR. Nano Crystal Coat virtually eliminates glare, while Extra-low Dispersion Glass and Aspherical elements reduce color aberration and enhance sharpness and contrast. Capture vibrant colors, rich tonality and a level of detail that’s staggering.
  • 4 stops of Vibration Reduction
    In low light situations, the 16-80mm’s VR image stabilization lets you shoot handheld up to 4 shutter speeds slower to gather more of the available light without causing blur. There’s even a specialized Tripod VR mode, a first for this zoom range*, that eliminates the effects of tripod vibration.
  • Ultra-fast precision
    Nikon’s DX and FX DSLRs can freeze action with fast continuous shooting speeds; this lens can keep up. A specialized electromagnetic diaphragm mechanism operates in precise sync with the camera’s shutter for reliable exposure control during high-speed sequences.

Comments

Anonymous says:

… 8 year old 16-85 that I subsequently at a good price to offset the cost Purchased this lens as an upgrade to my 8 year old 16-85 that I subsequently sold at a good price to offset the cost. Many have said it’s not worth upgrading due to the cost . .. I’ve found it a worthy upgrade and the f4 does come in handy in low light and at night when handheld with the added benefit of improved VR. The contrast is an improvement on it’s predecessor and though I found the 16-85 was sharp across the image, this is razor sharp. Not too heavy though the lens cap is bit big in…

Anonymous says:

A very good general purpose lens on the D7100 I use a Nikon D7100 camera. I generally used the kit lens and a Nikon 70-200 f4. It felt like I was using two different cameras, the longer lens producing far better images than the kit lens. So I went into a department store and tried the 16-80 with a D500. The distortion was horrendous!Then I remembered that my D7100 could reduce the distortion significantly if I added firmware versions C1.03 and L2.017. I then set Auto Distortion Control to ON in the Shooting Menu. The distortion…

Anonymous says:

Top quality lens It’s heavy, expensive but gives a quality picture head an shoulders above all the other Nikon lenses in this focal range. An ideal partner for the D500. I have many other lenses in this range some faster than this one but none of them match it for focussing and picture sharpness. I don’t really understand why it should performer better of worse than my 50mm F1.4 at the same focal length even when both are stopped down to F8 say but it does. Worth the money if you are an exacting…

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