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Nikon Z 400mm f/2.8 TC VR S review

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The Nikon Z 400mm f / 2.8 TC VR S adds real influence to the telephoto lineup of the Z system. Lenses with a built-in teleconverter are rare, but not unique. Both Nikon and Canon manufacture super-telephoto zooms for DSLR mounts with built-in teleconverters. This prime lens combines a native 400mm f / 2.8 configuration with a 1.4x extender that offers 560mm at f / 4.Not only is it much faster to add to and remove from equations with the push of a lever, but also internally Teleconverter (Opens in a new tab) It is specially designed to match the optical properties of this particular lens.


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mount: Nikon Z
Full frame: yes
auto focus: yes
Stable: yes
Lens structure: 25 elements of 19 groups
Angle of view: 6 / 4.5 degrees
Aperture blade: 9
Minimum aperture: f / 22/32
Minimum focal length: 2.5m
Maximum magnification: 0.17 times
Filter size: Rear, drop-in
size: 156x380mm
weight: 2,950g

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