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andy_sp1ke 10:04pm on Saturday, September 18th, 2010 
The one with the VR that really makes a difference. I had the Sigma 300 2.8 but traded up when the VR Nikkor came out. Absolutely one of the best lenses made when it comes to sharpness, contrast, and focus speed. Build quality is superb.
ubername 4:38pm on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010 
The lens above is shown in white, but mine, and every other unit I have seen, is in Nikon black.
deua 1:40pm on Tuesday, April 6th, 2010 
This lens has phenomenal resolving power and contrast, even at f/2.8. When I got my first results back.

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Product Description

F6 AF 35MM SLR CAMERA BODY D2HS D-SLR CAMERA BODY D2XS D-SLR CAMERA BODY D300 D-SLR CAMERA BODY D3 D-SLR CAMERA BODY D3X FX DIGITAL SLR CAMERA BODY D700 D-SLR BODY D300S DIGITAL SLR BODY D3S FX-FORMAT D-SLR BODY D2H DIGITAL SLR CAMERA SET (accepted as a back-up body only) D2X SLR DIGITAL CAMERA (accepted as a back-up body only) D200 D-SLR CAMERA BODY (accepted as a back-up body only) D7000 DIGITAL SLR BODY (accepted as a back-up body only) 10.5MM F/2.8G ED AF DX FISHEYE-NIKKOR 10-24 MM F/3.5-4.5G ED AF-S DX NIKKOR 12-24MM F/4G IF-ED AF-S DX ZOOM-NIKKOR 14-24MM F/2.8G ED AF-S NIKKOR 14 MM F/2.8D ED AF NIKKOR 16 MM F/2.8D AF FISHEYE-NIKKOR 16-35MM F/4G ED VR AF-S NIKKOR 16-85MM F/3.5-5.6G ED VR AF-S DX NIKKOR 17-35MM F/2.8D IF-ED AF-S ZOOM-NIKKOR 17-55MM F/2.8G IF-ED AF-S DX ZOOM-NIKKOR 20 MM F/2.8D AF NIKKOR 24MM F/1.4G ED AF-S NIKKOR 24MM F/2.8D AF NIKKOR 24MM F/3.5D ED PC-E NIKKOR 24-120mm F3.5-5.6 G AF-S VR NIKKOR 24-120MM F/4G ED VR AF-S NIKKOR 24-70MM F/2.8G ED AF-S NIKKOR 24-85MM F/2.8-4D IF AF ZOOM-NIKKOR 28 MM F1.4D AF NIKKOR 28 MM F/2.8D AF NIKKOR 28-70MM F/2.8D IF-ED AF-S ZOOM-NIKKOR 28-300MM F/3.5-5.6G ED VR AF-S NIKKOR 35 MM F/1.4G AF-S NIKKOR 35MM F/1.8G AF-S DX NIKKOR 35MM F/2D AF NIKKOR 35-70MM F/2.8D AF ZOOM-NIKKOR
45MM F/2.8D ED PC-E NIKKOR 50MM F/1.4G AF-S NIKKOR 55MM F/2.8 MICRO-NIKKOR 60MM F/2.8D AF MICRO-NIKKOR 60MM F/2.8G AF-S MICRO-NIKKOR 70-200MM F/2.8G ED VR AF-S ZOOM-NIKKOR 70-200MM F/2.8G ED VR II AF-S NIKKOR 70-300MM F/4.5-5.6G AF-S VR ZOOM-NIKKOR 85MM F/1.4D IF AF NIKKOR 85MM F/1.4G AF-S NIKKOR 85MM F/1.8D AF NIKKOR 85MM F/2.8D II PC-E MICRO-NIKKOR 85MM F/3.5G VR AF-S DX MICRO NIKKOR 105MM F/2D AF DC-NIKKOR 105MM F/2.8G IF-ED AF-S VR MICRO-NIKKOR 105MM F/2.8 MICRO-NIKKOR 135MM F/2D AF DC-NIKKOR 180MM F/2.8D IF-ED AF NIKKOR 200-400MM F/4G ED VR AF-S ZOOM-NIKKOR 200-400MM F/4G ED VR II AF-S ZOOM NIKKOR 200MM F/2G IF-ED AF-S VR NIKKOR 200MM F/4D IF-ED AF MICRO-NIKKOR 200MM F/2G VR II ED AF-S NIKKOR 300MM F/2.8G VR ED AF-S 300MM F/2.8 VR II ED AF-S 300MM F/4D IF-ED AF-S NIKKOR 400MM F/2.8G ED VR AF-S NIKKOR 500MM F/4G ED VR AF-S NIKKOR 600MM F/4G ED VR AF-S NIKKOR

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AF-S VR Nikkor

300mm f/2.8 IF-ED

Nano Crystal Coat

(P.215) Instruction Manual (PP.1625) Bedienungsanleitung (S. 2635) Manuel d'utilisation (P. 3645) Manual de instrucciones (PP. 4655) Manuale di istruzioni (PP. 5665) (P. 6675) (P. 7685)

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Lens hood Lens hood screw Rubber grip Focus operation button (Focus Lock/MEMORY RECALL/AF Start) Focus ring Distance scale Distance index line Depth-of-field scale Vibration reduction ON/OFF ring switch Lens rotating position index Slip-in filter holder knob Slip-in filter holder $ % & ( ) ~ + ,. / : Memory Set button Mounting index Lens mount rubber gasket CPU contacts Focus mode switch Focusing limit switch Vibration reduction mode switch Focus operation selection switch (AF-L/MEMORY RECALL/AF-ON) Sound monitor switch Built-in rotating tripod collar Tripod collar lock screw Strap eyelet
Usable cameras and available functions
There may be some restrictions or limitation for available functions. Refer to your cameras instruction manual for details.
Cameras D2-Series, D1-Series, D100, D70 F6, F5, F100, F80-Series/N80-Series*, F75-Series/N75-Series*, F65-Series/N65-Series* Pronea 600i/6i*, Pronea S*2 F4-Series, F90X/ N90s*, F90-Series/ N90*, F70-Series/N70* F60-Series/ N60*, F55-Series/ N55-Series*, F50-Series/N50*, F-401x/N5005*, F-401s/ N4004s*, F-401/N4004* F-801s/N8008s*, F-801/N8008*, F-601M/N6000* F3AF, F-601/N6006*, F-501/ N2020**, Nikon MF cameras (except F-601M/N6000*) Function Exposure mode Vibration Auto- Focus Focus AF start on P*1 S A M reduction focus lock preset the lens

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Possible, with limited restrictions : Impossible
*Sold exclusively in the USA. **Sold exclusively in the USA and Canada. *1 P includes AUTO (General-Purpose Program) and Vari-Program System *2 Manual (M) is not available. *3 When the Focus operation selection switch is set to AF-ON, autofocus begins as soon as you depress the Focus operation button (p. 19) while lightly depressing the shutter-release button. *4 Depress the Memory Set button or Focus operation button (p. 19) while lightly depressing the shutter-release button.
If this lens is used with cameras not compatible with vibration reduction, set the vibration reduction ON/OFF ring switch to OFF. With the Pronea 600i/6i camera, in particular, battery power may become quickly depleted if this switch is left ON.

1. Introduction

Thank you for purchasing the AF-S VR Nikkor 300mm f/2.8G IF-ED lens. This is a highperformance lens featuring special Vibration Reduction (VR) and high-speed Internal Focusing (IF) mechanisms. It also employs a Silent (S) Wave Motor to drive the focusing mechanism. Focus preset is also provided. Major features With this lens, you can take pictures at shutter speeds approx. 3 stops slower than you ordinarily could without using a VR lens, expanding the range of usable shutter speed options and making telephoto shooting much easier without a tripod. Two vibration reduction modes are available: (1) the NORMAL mode for reducing camera shake, and (2) the ACTIVE mode for reducing camera shake when taking pictures from a moving vehicle. Panning is also possible, as the lens automatically distinguishes panning from camera shake and vibration reduction works effectively (in the NORMAL mode). Vibration reduction is possible when taking pictures using a tripod, because the lens automatically determines when it is mounted on a tripod. Autofocus (A) or manual (M) mode can easily be selected with the focus mode switch. Focus lock is provided to lock the focus; Focus preset then returns the focus to its preset position instantly. AF start (AF-ON) is available to start autofocus on the lens. Functions provided: (1) autofocusing with manual override providing an instant change from autofocusing to manual focusing, (2) focusing limit switch to limit AF operation within a certain shooting distance. (Refer to 2. Focusing.) More accurate exposure control is possible when this is mounted on a Nikon camera having 3D Matrix Metering capability, because subject distance information is transferred from the lens to the camera body. The use of three ED (extra-low dispersion) lens elements ensures sharp pictures virtually free of color fringing. Also, by utilizing a 9-blade diaphragm that produces a nearly circular aperture, out-of-focus images in front of or behind the subject are rendered as pleasing blurs. The Nano Crystal Coat deposited on some of the lens elements ensures that fine, clear images can be reproduced under any shooting conditions, from the sunny outdoors to spotlighted interior scenes. Meniscus glass, unlike existing flat glass, is used for the lens protective glass Closest focusing distances of 2.3m (7.5 ft.) (AF) and 2.2m (7.2 ft.) (MF) are provided.

Important! Be careful not to hold the camera body when the lens is attached, as this may cause damage to the camera. Be sure to hold both the lens and camera when carrying. Be sure to attach a 52mm screw-in filter to the slip-in filter holder. Be careful not to soil or damage the CPU contacts. AF-I/AF-S Teleconverters TC-14E/TC-14EII/TC-17EII/TC-20E/TC-20EII are usable. When mounted on Nikon digital cameras (Nikon DX format) D2-Series, D1-Series, D100 and D70, the lens picture angle becomes 520 and its 35mm equivalent focal length is approx. 450mm. (The lens picture angle is 810 at 35mm focal length.) If the lens mount rubber gasket is damaged, be sure to visit the nearest Nikon authorized dealer or service center for repair.

2. Focusing

Set your cameras focus mode selector according to this chart:
Cameras D2-Series, D1-Series, D100, D70, F6, F5, F4-Series, F100, F90X/ N90s*, F90-Series/N90*, F80-Series/N80-Series*, F75-Series/N75-Series*, F70-Series/N70*, F65-Series/N65-Series*, Pronea 600i/6i*, Pronea S*2 F55-Series/N55-Series*, F60-Series/N60*, F50-Series/N50*, F-801s/N8008s*, F-801/N8008*, F-601M/N6000*, F-401x/N5005*, F-401s/ N4004s*, F-401/N4004* Cameras focus mode C / S / AF Lens focus mode M/A M Manual focus Autofocus with (Focus assist manual priority is available.) Manual focus (Focus assist is available.) Manual focus (Focus assist is available, except with the F-601M/N6000*.)
* Sold exclusively in the USA.

C/S/ AF / MF

Autofocus with manual override (M/A mode) 1 Set the focus mode switch ) to M/A. (Fig. F) 2 You can manually override autofocus by operating the manual focus ring while lightly depressing the shutter release button or the AF start (AF-ON) button on the camera or the Focus operation button on the lens. 3 To cancel manual override, remove your finger from the shutter release button or the AF start button on the camera or the Focus operation button on the lens, and lightly depress the shutter release button to return to the autofocus mode. To limit the range of autofocus (For AF cameras compatible with AF-S Nikkor lenses only) With AF operation, if the subject is always more than 6m (19.7 ft.) away, set the focusing limit switch ~ to 6m to reduce focusing time. (Fig. G) If the subject is sometimes 6m (19.7 ft.) or closer, set it to FULL.
3. Focus operation selection switch (AF-L/MEMORY RECALL/AF-ON) and Focus operation button

Depending on the position of the Focus operation selection switch, the function of the Focus operation button varies:
Position of Focus operation selection switch AF-L MEMORY RECALL AF-ON Function of Focus operation button Focus lock Memory recall AF start (AF-ON) on the lens
The position of the Focus operation buttons can be changed to suit your preference. For more details on this change, contact your nearest Nikon service center or representative office. Using the Focus lock button (For AF cameras compatible with AF-S Nikkor lenses only. See page 16.) 1 Set the Focus mode switch ) to M/A. (Fig. F) 2 Set the Focus operation selection switch , to AF-L. (Fig. I) 3 During autofocus, the focus can be locked while you are pressing the Focus operation button 4. (Fig. C) The AF-Lock function can be engaged on either the camera and lens. Focus is locked while either of these buttons is pressed. Using Focus preset (See page 16 for usable cameras. Available during autofocus and manual focus.) Memory set 1 Set the sound monitor switch - to to activate the sound monitor; set it to to cancel. (Fig. J) 2 Focus on a subject that you want to memorize the focused distance. 3 Press the Memory Set button $ and a beep sounds, indicating that the focused distance was stored in memory. (Fig. D) Memory set is possible regardless of the position of the Focus mode switch or Focus operation selection switch. The focused distance is kept stored in the memory even when the camera is turned off or the lens is detached from the camera. Memory recall 4 Set the Focus operation selection switch , to MEMORY RECALL. (Fig. I) 5 Press the Focus operation button 4 and two beeps sound to indicate the focused distance was recalled. Then depress the shutter release button all the way to take the picture. (Fig. C) Note 1: In the M/A mode, the lens reverts from Memory recall to autofocus only when you remove your finger from the Focus operation button and lightly depress the shutter release button. Therefore, if you fully depress the shutter release button immediately after removing your finger from the Focus operation button, you may not be able to take a picture at the set position.
To take pictures at the memorized focused distance, (1) press the Focus operation button, or (2) continue to lightly depress the shutter release button to recall the memory, then fully depress the shutter release button. Note 2: If the distance scale ring turns from right to left about 10 times when setting, and at the same time one short beep and three long beeps sound, perform Memory set again. Using AF start (Operation varies depending on cameras in use. See page 16.) 1 Set the Focus mode switch ) to M/A. (Fig. F) 2 Set the Focus operation selection switch , to AF-ON. (Fig. I) 3 Autofocus starts while you are pressing the Focus operation button 4. (Fig. C)

4. Vibration reduction mode (See page 16 for usable cameras.)
Basic concept of vibration reduction
Vibration reduction using a tripod

Number of vibrations

Camera shake
Camera shake when taking pictures from a moving vehicle

Panning shots

Strength of vibrations Set the vibration reduction mode switch to NORMAL. Set the vibration reduction mode switch to ACTIVE. When taking pictures When taking panning shots When taking pictures from a moving vehicle When taking pictures using a tripod Set the vibration reduction mode switch to either NORMAL or ACTIVE. Set the vibration reduction mode switch to NORMAL. Set the vibration reduction mode switch to ACTIVE. Set the vibration reduction mode switch to either NORMAL or ACTIVE.
Setting the vibration reduction ON/OFF ring switch (Fig. E) ON: Vibration is reduced while the shutter release button is lightly pressed and also at the instant the shutter is released. Because vibration is reduced in the viewfinder, auto/manual focusing and exact framing of the subject are easier. OFF: Vibration is not reduced. Setting the vibration reduction mode switch (Fig. H) First, set the vibration reduction ON/OFF ring switch ON, then select the following mode: NORMAL: The vibration reduction mechanism primarily reduces camera shake, making smooth panning shots possible. ACTIVE: The vibration reduction mechanism reduces camera shake when taking pictures and those from a moving vehicle. In this mode, the lens does not automatically distinguish panning from camera shake. Notes on using vibration reduction Wait until the image in the viewfinder stops vibrating before fully depressing the shutter release button after you have lightly pressed the shutter release button. When taking panning shots, be sure to set the vibration reduction mode switch to NORMAL. If you move the camera in a wide arc when panning, vibration in the direction of that movement is not affected. For example, if you pan the camera horizontally, only vibration in the vertical direction is reduced, making smooth pans much easier. Due to the characteristics of the vibration reduction mechanism, the image in the viewfinder may become blurred after releasing the shutter. Do not turn the camera power OFF or remove the lens from the camera while the vibration reduction mode is in operation. (Otherwise, the lens may emit a chattering noise if the camera is shaken. This is not a malfunction. Turn the camera power ON again to correct this.) With F80-Series/N80-Series, F75-Series/N75-Series, F65-Series/N65-Series, D100 and D70 cameras, vibration reduction does not work while the built-in flash is recycling. Set the vibration reduction ON/OFF ring switch to ON when the lens is mounted on a tripod. The switch should be set to ON when using a tripod without tightening the tripod head, or when using a monopod. If you set the AF start (AF-ON) button to ON on the camera or the Focus operation button on the lens, vibration reduction will not operate.

5. Depth of field

If your camera has a depth of field preview (stop-down) button or lever, depth of field can be observed while looking through the camera viewfinder.

6. Setting the aperture

Because this lens does not have an aperture ring, you must set the aperture on the camera.
7. Built-in rotating tripod collar
When shooting vertical pictures, loosen the tripod collar lock screw by turning it counterclockwise, rotate the lens to an appropriate position, then tighten the screw clockwise. When holding the camera by its handgrip and rotating the camera with the lens in its tripod collar, your hand may bump into the tripod, depending on the tripod in use.
Note: Its possible to detach the tripod collar by removing the tripod collar lock screw. For details on this procedure, contact your nearest Nikon service center or representative office.

8. Lens hood HK-30

Tighten the lens hood screw securely when using the lens hood. To store the hood, place it in the reverse position and tighten the screw securely.
9. Slip-in filter holder (Figs. A, B)
Always use a (52mm screw-in) filter. Be sure to screw in the provided Nikon NC filter into the surface of the filter holder where Nikon and JAPAN indications appear. It is recommended to use an L37C filter (optional) to cut ultraviolet rays and a C-PL1L slip-in circular polarizing filter* (optional) to cut unwanted reflections from nonmetallic surfaces such as glass and water. 1 Press down on the slip-in filter holder knob, and turn counterclockwise until the white line on the knob is at a right angle to the axis of the lens. 2 Pull the slip-in holder out and screw in the filter into the holder. The slip-in filter holder can be attached either facing lens or camera side without having any effect on your pictures. * The focus point of the slip-in circular polarizing filter differs from that of a 52mm screw-in filter. The distance scale is shifted from the correct position. The closest focused distance is extended slightly. With Focus preset, the Memory set position may change slightly. First, focus on the subject, then perform Memory set again. Gelatin filter holder The dedicated gelatin filter holder supplied with the AF-S Nikkor 300mm f/2.8D IF-ED II lens can be used with the AF-S VR Nikkor 300mm f/2.8G IF-ED. This filter holder is not available separately. Please contact your nearest Nikon service center or representative office for more information.

10. Taking flash pictures with cameras having built-in flash
Vignetting occurs when using these cameras because the light emitted from the flash may be obstructed by the lens barrel.
Cameras D100, D70, F80-Series/N80-Series*, F75-Series/N75-Series*, F65-Series/N65-Series*, F60-Series/N60*, F55-Series/ N55-Series*, F50-Series/N50*, F-601/N6006*, F-401x/N5005*, F-401s/N4004s*, F-401/N4004*, Pronea 600i/6i*, Pronea S Vignetting occurs at any shooting distance.
*Sold exclusively in the U.S.A.
11. Recommended focusing screens
Various interchangeable focusing screens are available for certain Nikon SLR cameras to suit any picture-taking situation. The ones recommended for use with this lens are:
Screen Camera F6 F5+DP-30 F5+DA-30 F4+DP-20 F4+DA-20
Excellent focusing Acceptable focusing Slight vignetting or moir patterns appear in the viewfinder, but not on the film. Not available. Indicates degree of exposure compensation needed (Center-Weighted metering only). For F6 cameras, compensate by selecting "Other screen in Custom Setting b6: Screen comp. and setting the EV level to -2.0 to +2.0 in 0.5 EV steps. When using screens other than type B or E, Other screen must be selected even when the required compensation value is 0 (no compensation required). For F5 cameras, compensate using Custom Setting #18 on the camera body. For F4-Series cameras, compensate using the Exposure Compensation Dial for the focusing screen. See instruction manual of the camera body for more details. Blank box means not applicable. Since type M screen can be used for both macrophotography at a 1:1 magnification ratio and for photomicrography, it has different applications than other screens. For F5 cameras, only EC-B, EC-E, B, E, J, A, L focusing screens are usable in Matrix Metering. When using the B/B2/B3, E/E2/E3 and K/K2/K3 focusing screens in cameras other than those listed above, refer to the columns for the B, E and K screens. A B C E EC-B EC-E F G1 G2 G3 G4 J K L M P U

12. Lens care

Clean the lens surfaces with a blower brush. To remove dirt and smudges, use a soft, clean cotton cloth or lens tissue moistened with ethanol (alcohol) or lens cleaner. Wipe in a circular motion from center to outer edge, taking care not to leave traces or touch other parts of the lens. Never use thinner or benzene to clean the lens as this might damage it, result in a fire, or cause health problems. When storing the lens in its lens case, attach both front and rear caps. When the lens will not be used for a long time, store it in a cool, dry place to prevent mold. Also store the lens away from direct sunlight or chemicals such as camphor or naphthalene. Do not get water on the lens or drop it in water as this will cause it to rust and malfunction. Reinforced plastic is used for certain parts of the lens. To avoid damage, never leave the lens in an excessively hot place.

13. Supplied accessories*
Slip-on front lens cap Rear lens cap LF-1 Lens hood HK-30 Semi-soft case CL-L1 Dedicated slip-in filter holder 52mm screw-in NC filter Strap LN-1 * If dedicated accessories are broken or missing, contact your nearest Nikon service center or representative office as they are not available at general shops.

14. Optional accessories

52mm screw-in filters (except circular polarizing filter II) Slip-in circular polarizing filter C-PL1L AF-S Teleconverters (TC-14EII/TC-17EII/TC-20EII)

15. Specifications

Type of lens: Focal length: Maximum aperture: Lens construction: Picture angle: Distance information: Focusing: Vibration reduction: G-type AF-S Nikkor lens having built-in CPU and Nikon bayonet mount. Special vibration reduction (VR) mechanism incorporated 300mm f/2.elements in 8 groups (3 ED glass and 2 Nano Crystal Coatdeposited lens elements), as well as 1 protective glass 810 [520 with Nikon digital cameras (Nikon DX format); 640 with IX240 system cameras] Output to camera body Nikon Internal Focusing (IF) system (utilizing an internal Silent Wave Motor); manually via separate focus ring. Lens-shift method using voice coil motors (VCMs)
Shooting distance scale: Closest focusing distance: Diaphragm: Aperture scale: Exposure measurement: Focusing limit switch: Tripod collar: Dimensions: Weight:
Graduated in meters and feet from 2.2m (8 ft.) to infinity () 2.3m (7.5 ft.) in AF mode, 2.2m (7.2 ft.) in MF mode Fully automatic f/2.8f/22 Via full-aperture method with cameras with CPU interface system Provided; two ranges available: FULL (2.3m), or 6m Rotatable through 360, lens rotating position index at 90, tripod collar only detachable Approx. 124mm dia. x 267.5mm extension from the camera's lens mounting flange Approx. 2870g (6.3 lbs)
Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.

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Depth of field Schrfentiefentabelle Profundidad de campo Profondeur de champ Profondit di campo
Focused distance Eingestellte Entfernung Distance de mise au point Distancia de enfoque Distanza messa a fuoco
Depth of field Schrfentiefe Profondeur de champ
Profundidad de camopo Profondit di campo
Reproduction ratio Abbildungsmastab Rapport de reproduction Relacin de reproduccin Rapporto di riproduzione

f/2.8 2.2 2.3 2.3.12 20

2.20 2.20 2.30 2.30 2.49 2.51 2.99 3.01 3.49 3.51 3.98 4.02 4.98 5.02 5.96 6.04 6.95 7.05 7.93 8.07 11.85 12.16 19.58 20.44

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