Nikon F 70-210mm lens

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The 70-210mm lens is a telephoto zoom lens made by Nikon. The lens has an F-mount to work with all compatible Nikon SLRs and DSLRs.

As opposed to the various f/2.8 versions of the 70-210 Focal length, the f/4 and slower versions of such lenses are marketed to amateurs, accounting for their price.

However, the Nikkor AF 70-210 f/4 variant is a two-touch system (dedicated focus and zoom rings), compared to the rest of the lens range, which utilizes a one-touch (push-pull) system for focusing and zooming.

The lens comes in five different versions.

  • f/4.5-5.6
  • f/4 Series E
  • f/4 AF
  • f/4-5.6 AF
  • f/4-5.6 AF-D

Specifications[edit]

Attribute f/4 Series E f/4.5-5.6 f/4 AF f/4-5.6 AF f/4-5.6 AF-D
AF No No Yes Yes
Maximum aperture f/4 f/4.5-5.6 f/4 f/4-5.6
Minimum aperture f/32
Weight 730 g
26 oz
375 g
13.2 oz
760 g
27 oz
590 g
21 oz
600 g
21 oz
Maximum diameter
Length
Filter diameter 62mm 52mm 62mm
Horizontal viewing angle 28.8 - 9.8°
Vertical viewing angle 19.5 - 6.5°
Diagonal viewing angle 34.3 - 11.8
Groups/elements 9/13 8/11 9/13 9/12
# of diaphragm blades 7
Closest focusing distance 1.5 m
4.9 ft
1.5 m
4.9 ft
1.1 m
3.6 ft
1.2 m
3.9 ft
(macro mode, 70mm)
0.56 m
1.8 ft
Release date 1982 1995 1986 1988 1993
Patent(s) [1] [1]
MSRP $

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b US patent 4641928A, Hamanishi, Yoshinari, "Four-group telephoto zoom lens", issued 1987-02-10, assigned to Nikon Corp. 

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