|Price incl. VAT||£1,119|
|Price excl. VAT||£932.50|
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.
Expect this lens to awe you… just don't forget to put the camera down every now and then to take in the scene in front of you!
f/4 / f/22
12 groups, 17 elements (including two optical ED glass elements, three aspherical lens elements, and Nano Crystal Coat)
107-63° (83-44° when used on Nikon DX format)
Min. focusing distance:
0.28 m (throughout the entire zoom range)
Maximum reproduction ratio:
Number of diaphragm blades:
Auto focus with built-in ultrasonic autofocus motor and manual focus
Diameter x length:
(From lens mount) Approximately 82.5 × 125 mm
Snap-on front lens cap LC-77 with a diameter of 77 mm, rear lens cap LF-1, Bayonet hood HB-23, Flexible lens pouch CL-1120
Nikon’s beginnings date back to 1917 in Japan. At first, the company mainly produced lenses - telescopes, binoculars, microscopes and other small, optical equipment. Soon the company expanded its portfolio, producing photographic lenses under the Nikkor brand.
In the field of cameras, particularly among professionals, Nikon quickly gained a reputation as a top manufacturer, which continues today. Its cameras were even included in the equipment of American spacecraft. Nikon designed and produced the legendary Nikon SP 1957, regarded by many as the best camera of all time.
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