Can someone explain the differences between the 55 300mm ed vr af s dx nikkor zoom lens the 70 300mm ed af s vr nikkor zoom lens and the tamron af 70 300mm Di LD?
This is a Nikon lens that was originally released around 2005. AF-Sstands for Auto Focus-Silent Wave Motor. This means that the lenshas an autofocus motor built into it, so the cameras used with itdo not have to have AF motors built into them. "DX" refers to thesize of the camera sensor; the sensor …has a 1.5x crop, whichaffects the focal length and the aperture. "18-135mm" refers to therange of focal lengths of the lens. "f/3.5-5.6" refers to theaperture of the lens; as the lens is zoomed in to longer focallengths, the aperture gradually increases from f/3.5 to f/5.6. "ED"refers to the Extra-Low Dispersion elements, which reduce thechromatic aberration of the lens. IF stands for Internal Focus,which means the lens length does not change when focusing. Thefront element of this lens does not rotate when focusing either, sothe orientation of front mounted accessories such as polarizingfilters does not change during focusing. In photography, the "focal length" of a lens is usually stated inmillimeters (mm). The higher the number, the greater themagnification. A "normal" focal length for a 35mm film camera isaround 50mm. A focal length of 18mm is considered "wide angle" and135mm is sometimes referred to as a "portrait" lens. Lenses withhigher numbers (200-1000) may be called "tele-photo". The listingfor a lens as 18-135mm means it is a "zoom" lens. This means thefocal length can be changed by the photographer usually by turninga ring on the body of the lens. As to "f3.5-5.6", in this listing,it is the range of the maximum size of the aperture. The apertureis the opening in the camera that allows light in to take thepicture. The f number -- called the "f-stop" is calculated bydividing the diameter of the aperture opening by the focal lengthof the lens and expressing the answer as a properly reducedfraction (with the top number a 1). The f-stop is the bottom of thefraction. For example: a camera with a 100mm lens that has amaximum aperture of 50mm, or an "f-stop" of 2 (50/100=1/2). On azoom lens, since the focal length changes, but the aperture doesnot, the f-stop will change with the focal length. So, the firstnumber 3.5 means at the lower focal length (18mm) the maximumaperture opening is 1/3.5th of the focal length, or about 5mm. Theother number 5.6 means at the higher focal length (135mm) themaximum aperture opening is 1/5.6th of the focal length, or about24mm. (MORE)
Camera shake refers to jiggles and vibration of the camera that cause an image to move on the CCD and other types of image sensors during exposure, resulting in blurry pictures. Nikon uses two types of sensors in lenses to detect pitching (on the vertical axis) and yawing (on the horizontal axis) an…d processes the results at high speed to identify the direction and scale of shaking at the time of exposure. The result is used to drive a compensatory optical system using a linear motor to reduce the movement of the image in real time in the optical vibration-reduction mechanism.. Camera shake refers to jiggles and vibration of the camera that cause an image to move on the CCD and other types of image sensors during exposure, resulting in blurry pictures. Nikon uses two types of sensors in lenses to detect pitching (on the vertical axis) and yawing (on the horizontal axis) and processes the results at high speed to identify the direction and scale of shaking at the time of exposure. The result is used to drive a compensatory optical system using a linear motor to reduce the movement of the image in real time in the optical vibration-reduction mechanism. (MORE)
\nit's an okay lens... depends on your experience as a photographer. It's a good all around "super zoom," but wouldn't be recommended for fast action (highschool to pro level), low light photography or macro. Basically... good as a walk around lens without the need of ultra wide angles or super t…elephoto shots.. (MORE)
There is no single answer to this question unless you say more about what you mean by "best"; do you mean the best possible quality, the lightest, the biggest range, widest or longest or best value?. Having said all that(!), I'd suggest the single most useful lens is the 18-200mm - it covers most c…ommon application and has a large zoom range. (MORE)
It does depend on what kind of photography you want to do; if you want to do sports photography then you need a quite different lens from a landscape or portrait photographer. Probably the most generally useful lens is the 18-200mm VR.
A zoom lens is a lens of a camera which contains a mechanicalassembly of inner lenses, which allow the focal length of thecamera to be rapidly altered.
Most lenses with a focal length of more than 200mm are commonly used for shooting sports and wildlife. A long telephoto lens -- in conjunction with a large aperture -- also has the side-effect of producing an exceptionally smooth background blur.
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this is the number of millimeters a lens will make a sharp image at, usually from its back element. 50mm is usual on 35mm film cameras-i.e.as your eye sees a subject. Digital is different for each camera.
A telephoto lens is a camera lens that is typically used for takingphotographs of subjects that are a distance away such as alandscape. They are also used for subjects that the photographercan not get close to such as wildlife, and sporting events. A zoomlens allows the photographer to get very clos…e to the subjectmatter and then zoom in. (MORE)
It depends on the range of the zoom, the size of the film format, and to some degree, the opinion of the photographer. For 35mm cameras, 50mm is considered "normal", and any lens that goes from about 50% shorter AND longer than that can be consdered a zoom that works as both wide and telephoto. An e…xample of this school of thought is a 28mm - 80mm lens. However, for some people, that is not extreme enough to qualify. . There are some "superzooms" that range from wide-angle to telephoto in the same lens - the 18-200mm range is available from Nikon and Sigma. (MORE)
dependant on your application. I have shot with a variety of Nikon zooms and find that for sports and low light the AS-F 70-200mm 2.8 VR is about the best there is. However if the price on that is a bit daunting, the 70-300mm VR or 80-40mm VR might be up your alley. Although the 2 latter don't have …the amazing F2.8, they do have an extended focal length compared to the 70-200. The 80-200 is about 3X the price as the 70-300 and is the most slow autofocusing lens ive ever used. So unless you need that extra 100mm, for the price go with the 70-300. If the price isn't a concern... buy the 70-200 VR and a teleconverter (MORE)
There you go 300 millimeters = 11.8110236 inches Bashar Direct Conversion Formula . 300 mm . . 1 in 25.4 mm . = . 11.81102362 in. 300 mm = 11.811 inches
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roughly 12 Direct Conversion Formula . 300 mm . . 1 in 25.4 mm . = . 11.81102362 in.
It means the focal length of the lens is infinitely adjustable from 75 to 300 millimeters. And the focal length is important as it represents the field of view. A wide angle lens might have a 90 degree field of view which is wider than the average human eye and might help create an artistic effec…t. Or show more of an interior room. A narrow field of view, like the 300mm setting of the lens described above, has the same affect as a telescope by magnifying distant objects. (MORE)
In photography we never talk about 3X or 4X magnification and it's a telephoto not a telescopic lens. A lens with a given focal length on a given camera gives a certain view which may be: "normal" = approximately the same perception as the human eye "telephoto" = reaches out and just selects a part… of the scene compared with a normal lens. "wideangle" = crams more into the image than a normal view 18mm = moderate wide-angle, useful for buildings & landscapes 28mm = normal, useful for groups and general photography 55mm = moderate telephoto, useful for doing a waist-upwards portrait of a single person sitting 2 metres away If you add a 70-300mm zoom then you add the following focal lengths and all the others in between: 70mm = telephoto, useful for head and shoulders portait 135mm = long telephoto, tight head shot 200mm and upwards = extreme telephoto, useful for wildlife, sports, etc. If you take 300mm and divide by 70mm you get about 4.3X. This isn't a "magnification" factor tho. It only means that at 300mm you are shooting at a focal length that is 4.3 times longer than the shortest focal length (70mm) of that lens. ===== The related link below tells you how to calculate magnification for lenses used in a variety of ways (microscopes, telescopes etc.). (MORE)
TheAF-S DX Nikkor VR 18-55mm is Nikon's new kit lens, with optical stabilization. See the "Related Links " below the ads for more information.
Only with an adaptor, unless it has the proper mounting system. Even it it will fit, it is likely that the auto features will not all work.
300mm =11.81 inches Direct Conversion Formula . 300 mm . . 1 in 25.4 mm . = . 11.81102362 in.
It depends on the camera. If it has detachable lenses, there should be a variety of zoom lenses available. Vivitar and Sigma are good manufacturers, and of course your camera manufacturer's offerings are the best choices of all.
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Yes it will fit an alpha mount Digital SLR camera. The Maxxum 5000 was the first to use the alpha mount as it was also the first AF SLR camera. The lens may be slow by today's standards.
digital cameras --------------------------------------- Zooms have been around a Lot longer than digital cameras, but it wasn't until the mid '70's that computers were used to help design them, making them more affordable and efficient (smaller)
The distance it will focus will depend upon the type of camerabeing used. It also depends upon which 300 mm lens you are using.
A "zoom" lens just means that the lens can change its length (e.g. 18-55, or 80-200mm). A telephoto lens is one that make objects look significantly "closer" than they really are (usually defined as anything above 100mm, but this can vary based on the camera model). So confusingly enough, zoom is… actually a feature of a lens, and not a type of lens itself. If you are wanting a lens that make far away things look closer then you want a telephoto lens. (MORE)
ok, so if u mean its stuck half way, like when u turn it on and its getting into focus and stuff, then this is what i did. this seriously JUST happened to me and i was freaking out then i figured it out and decided to help someone else out with the same problem . here is what u do... turn the camera… on, and it should say something like "Zoom error". take the farthest part of the lens that is out (srry dont really know how to explain it) and kind of pull it out. turn the camera off and it should close properly. With my camera, after i turned it on again, it went back to the same thing. So I grabbed it as soon as it came out. I just basically kept repeating things and trying different things while i turned the camera off and on (i mean with the actual lens, not the camera settings or something) amazing, i figured this out on my own yay me:D lol. hope i had the right idea on wat u meant! if not.. srry bout that! hope i helped!! p.s. now my camera just sounds like its going over a little bump when i turn it on, but it works fine (MORE)
Which DSLR is better Nikon D40 or D60 Money nor lens being an issue because I own a Nikkor 28mm a Nikkor 52mm and a Telephoto 180-300mm lens occcasionaly I will make poster size prints?
You list the 28mm & 50mm prime lenses. If these are AF lenses, they will only autofocus on the midrange and up Nikon cameras. The Entry level D40, D60, and D5000 cameras do not have autofocus motors in body, they rely upon an AF-S lens for autofocus. To replace those lenses with AF-S versions would …cost more than a body with a motor. With that said, the very best non-pro Nikon camera that you can buy for less than $1000 is the Nikon D90. This camera will take advantage of the existing lenses that you have. If the D90 is out of price range, go for one of the older ones that have a motor used. These would be the D80, D70. I don't think you would be interested in the D200, D300, D700, D3, or D3x because you were initially looking at the D40 & D60. If you can spend a little more, the sweet spot right now is probably the D700 full frame camera recertified which would provide amazing image quality and could be obtained for about $2000 recertified. (MORE)
A zoom lens you can go from one focal length to another such as 70-200mm and a fixed is one focal length such as 50mm
Both varifocal and zoom lenses are built with movable elements that permit changing the effective focal length. A lens might be specified as 3.5-8mm or 6.5-52 mm, meaning the focal length can be adjusted within these ranges. The key difference between a varifocal and a zoom lens can be explained by …thinking about a lens that has been focused on an object at any focal length. A varifocal will need to be refocused whenever the focal length is adjusted; the zoom will stay in focus when the focal length is adjusted (i.e. when "zooming in" or "zooming out"). While this is an advantage in some applications, if a camera is going to be set-up once at an installation and then stay at the same focal length, the varifocal is a smaller lens that will do the job at a much lower cost than the zoom. Zoom Ratio Another method for describing the range of focal lengths in a varifocal or zoom lens is the zoom ratio. This is ratio of the shortest focal length and longest focal length of the lens. So a lens could be specified as follows: . 6.5-52mm Zoom or 6.5mm 8x Zoom . 13-130mm Zoom or 13mm 10x Zoom The method used to describe a lens is less important than is an understanding of the operating range of a specific lens (for example 3.5 - 8mm), and how the image is affected throughout this range. (MORE)
300 mm square = 300 mm * 300 mm = 300*300 square mm = 90000 sq mm or 90000 mm 2
I have an old 35-70 ap len and another 75-300 sigma af-apo.... If a by a digital camera can i use these lenes on the new digiatal body?
If it is an autofocus lens then it will fit on current Canon bodies, assuming it is a Canon mount lens. For older lenses they may work with an adaptor but some metering functions may be lost.
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A 300mm lens is a telephoto lens, which will magnify the subject. It used to be that a 300mm lens was actually 300mm long, but with the use of compound lenses, they can be shorter, but have a "virtual" length of 300mm. On a 35mm camera, about 50mm is the "natural" lens size -- most cameras come w…ith a 50mm lens. You can divide 300mm by 50mm to find out how much it magnifies from the "natural" position. 300/50 = 6, so it will magnify 6 times. (MORE)
Since we do not know specifically which lenses do you mean (f-stops, brand name), the best advice that we can give you is to try out the lenses and find the one that suits you better, be it build quality, weight or manipulation. Generally, you get what you pay for, in case the two would be different…ly priced. (MORE)
"VR" is a Nikon thing. It means "vibration reduction." It's got two parts to it. In the camera body, there are two angular velocity sensors. One of them detects up-and-down shaking, the other detects side-to-side shaking. In the lens there is one glass element that's got two motors attached to it…. They move the element to compensate for your shaking. The result is you can shoot at shutter speeds far slower than you could without it. The VR lens only works as part of a system, so if you buy a VR lens and put it on a non-VR camera it won't do you any good. (MORE)
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By unit of length and distance andconversion ,we can say that 1 cm=10 mm 30 cm=300 mm hence .both are equal
It means "April Fools." The name originated from the joke poster Akira Toriyama created, which features SSJ5 Goku on the front.
Zoom in is used to get a closer look and narrow your view. zoom out is for making your picture have a wider view.
The amp for audio freq. is a AF amplifier. The RF amp is for radio freqs.
AF-s stands for Autofocus-Silent. These lenses from Nikon use an ultrasonic motor (also known as a "Silent Wave Motor" (SWM)) focus quietly and quickly. It is similar to Canon's "USM" technology. Introduced in 1996.
Auto Focus Silent wave motor. Most AF-s lenses let you manually override the auto focus by turning the focus ring without having to flick switches on the lens.
Tamron lenses can be purchased directly from Tamron's own websites, one of which is based in Europe and another in America. Alternatively, they can be purchased from eBay.
One may buy a replacement Nikon zoom lens at nearly any store that carries Nikon brand cameras. For example, one may buy a replacement Nikon zoom lens at stores such as Best Buy or Walmart. Alternatively, one may find them online at websites such as eBay or Amazon.
A person can buy a replacement Nikon VR lens from several different places. Some of these places include Amazon, Adorama Camera, Gadget Circuit, and Unique Photo.
The Nikon 70 300 VR is a telephoto zoom lense. The Nikon 70 300 VR can be purchased at many retailers including Amazon, Wal Mart, NikonUSA and Best Buy.
There are various places where one could purchase a Sigma 70-300mm lens for a DSLR. For example, websites such as Amazon, SLR Gear and eBay all have them to purchase.
In 1822 Augustin Jean Fresnel invented the basis of the technology that went into making the Canon 70-300mm lens. The specific Canon EF 300mm lens was not invented, only modified from the original lens technology invented in 1822.
The Canon EF 75 300 mm is a lens for the Canon SLR cameras. This lens is special as it offers a high degree of zoom, takes high scope and quality pictures, and covers up to 300 mm in lengths.