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Superb Telephoto-zoom lens for sports and nature photography.

Maintains fast f/2.8 aperture throughout zoom range.

3 Extra-low Dispersion (ED) glass elements for high resolution and high contrast even at maximum apertures.

AF Zoom-Nikkor 80-200mm f/2.8D ED 4.8 5 58 58
Nikon's Legendary f2.8 Tele-Zoom I have used this lens on assignments around the world. It's been dropped, splashed with salt water, left in hot vehicles for hours on end, caked in sand, and no matter what I do with it, it continues to make extraordinary pictures every time out. It focuses nearly as fast as the 70-200 AFS, yet it is noticeably smaller and lighter, and best of all it costs one-third less! Yet its optical performance is absolutely unreal. Sharpness, contrast and colour fidelity are spectacular. Distortion is minimal, ghosts and flare are unheard-of. It's built like a tank. Several people have asked me why I don't upgrade to the 70-200 AFS with VR, but in all honesty I just don't see what I would gain. This lens does everything I ask of it and more. Wonderful lens that every photographer should have in their bag. August 6, 2010
Great alternative to 70-200 This lens has been fantastic for shooting horse shows, and for everything else as well. It's a little long for close up work but if you've got room to back up does fine for portraits. Always sharp, and very fast, it is a fine sub for the twice as expensive 70-200. It's heavy though, be sure and get a more elastic foam type strap for long outings to avoid neck chaff. Good for indoors especially w today's awesome high ISO sensors. Most indoor arenas can be shot at ISO 3200 or less at 2.8 without flash. July 30, 2010
Nikon Nikkor 80-200mm f/2.8D ED AF This will probably be one of the most desired zoom lenses Nikon ever.        Still continue to have a good demand and its share price, despite the innumerable quantity sold in each of its versions, is a reflection of the robustness and quality with which they were built.        Produced from 1987 to 2008, was sold in four models: *1 (1987-1992) 80-200mm Nikkor f / 2.8 ED AF - model push / pull with 3 ED elements. *2 (1992-1997) 80-200mm Nikkor f / 2.8 ED AF-D - going to be an objective of the series D (now has the distance information to the object focused for better light metering, now possible in 3D Matrix). Is also a push / pull with 3 ED elements in your building model. *3 (1997-2006) 80-200mm Nikkor f / 2.8 ED AF-D - also D series, this third model (review here) has won a string of tripod and went on to have two rings - one for adjusting focus and the other for focal length. As with previous models has three ED elements. *4 (2007-2008) 80-200mm Nikkor f / 2.8 ED-IF AF-S - D series, this latest model now has a system of internal focus IF. Its optical construction features 5 ED elements.        They all have in common the excellent optics and build quality.        The optical quality of this lens is excellent! Produces images with vivid colors, good contrast and very sharp. Certainly the three ED elements present in its construction contribute to such good results.        The blur is excellent, very smooth! Produces beautiful results in all situations is not necessary to use it only in larger apertures.        The level of construction, just pick up one of these lenses to feel its weight and robustness denouncing their quality. Very well built, made primarily of metal.        But it is important to pay attention to some details: this is not a sealed and resistant to dust and moisture objective! It takes some care to use it wherever you go. This objective suffers easily with condensation. Careful when exiting a hot environment and go to a cold environment with this objective!        It is also good to be careful with the focus ring, it seems that plastic is used internally to keep you stuck. This plastic can break the misuse. I've worn a used model that was being sold and the focus ring suffered this damage.        Only handle this objective is already a pleasure! While "big" and heavy is a comfortable lens to use. The two rings are well placed - the zoom ring is not "glued" to the camera body - which allows you to switch between them expeditiously.        DX used in this objective becomes a 120-300mm f / 2.8! A good range of distances and certainly more than enough for a multitude of situations. August 20, 2014
The best mid range zoom lens from Nikon I’ve been with Nikon gear since 1993 and my “mayor” fist buy was the older version of this lens (the push-pull barrel with no tripod mount). I start with this comment because this version corrects almost all the disadvantages of its predecessor. The “slow” barrel motion to get the correct focal distance and the BIG issue that you need to buy a “cradle” to hold the lens to a camera in order to put both together mounted in a tripod. In terms of price you’ll find it in about $1,200 and it worth every dollar invested. The “new” version moves smooth and fast depending on which camera you put on. The new versions like the D600 are quite faster than the older ones but the fact that still uses the motor in the body makes it a little slower vs. the 70-200mm version. The optics are exceptional and with poor light conditions or indoors you can get razor blade sharp photos at f/2.8. This lens is also great for portrait because you can move form 85mm to 135mm with a little twist of hand. Allowing you to be more still or to keep a good distance vs. your subject. The other advantage is its shallow depth of field that allows you to have really blurred backgrounds. Since I can remember all the Nikon (ED rated) are simple the best in class. The colors are true and the definition and sharpness always at the top. They worth the extra bucks! Another advantage is the filter size (77mm) if you are considering to move to top of the line gear you can invest in Nikon Filters such as the New soft focus or the circular polarizer and use between them. There are now plenty of other top lens with such filter size. This is important when you buy a Polarizer of +$125 USD. I tested the 80-200mm VR and the outcomes in terms of quality are almost the same, the difference is if you take photos without tripod at focal lengths higher than 105mm. As a thumb rule you need a speed that doubles the focal length in order to avoid camera movement. In this case to obtain a 1/250 sec. in low light or indoors is not that easy. Nevertheless now we can “compensate” using a higher ISO number. In the old days the use of an ISO 400 film was considered fast. Now with the newer Nikon DSLR you can set the ISO at 800 or 1600 and still get outstanding results. Some consider this lens “old fashion” because don’t come with the VR features but this depends on you. I still like to “think” when you are taking portraits and compensate the camera movement and lighting conditions, making photography both, challenging and rewarding. January 1, 2014
True work horse! I've bought this lens at least 12-13 years ago and have taken 1,000's, and I mean 1,000's, of first quality pics (35mm and digital) with it. It's truly a beast and it has been trucked all over the world and has never failed me! My photo buddy has the 80-200 VR II and we can't tell the difference, except that he's not very happy about spending a grand for VR that he doesn't ever use! We're both shooting D800's and as with every Nikkor 2.8 lens, the images are spectacular. But that's what I expect or I wouldn't have switched from Canon 14-15 years ago!! August 3, 2013
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Does the nikon teleconverter work with this lens? This is the af-d lens ( the new kind), correct?

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I'm looking for an all-around lens for general use and am looking to add a teleconverter for an upcoming african safari. Is this lens and a teleconverter a good combination for that?
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It is not listed on the compatibility chart only the older IF model is . Here is the chart:http://www.nikonusa.com/en_INC/IMG/Assets/Common-Assets/Images/Teleconverter-Compatibility/en_US_Comp_chart.html
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can i use teleconverter tc 20eiii with this lens

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No only the older IF version.
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http://www.nikonusa.com/en_INC/IMG/Assets/Common-Assets/Images/Teleconverter-Compatibility/en_US_Comp_chart.html
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Is this lens compatible with a D800?

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Yes great lens.
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Why should I choose this over the 70-200mm or vice versa?

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Looking to get the most for the money and curious to see if there are any major advantages to the 70-200mm.
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I believe the 70-200 you are referring to is the new AF-S NIKKOR 70-200mm f/4G ED VR. This lens has a few features that the 80-200 does not have - specifically vibration reduction, internal focusing, nano-crystal coating and a silent wave motor. Some Nikon cameras require the focus motor in order to autofocus so SWM may be an important feature depending on which camera you are using. The 80-200 is faster, with a minimum aperture of f/2.8 compared to the 70-200's f/4. In addition the 80-200 is a D lens which means that it has an aperture control ring while the 70-200 does not.

The best way to compare lenses is to use the Compare tool on Nikonusa.com. Go to the below page, check the "Compare" boxes for each lens, then click "Compare Now" to see the specs for these lenses side-by-side.
http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Pr...
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Is this lens compatible with the D80? Does the auto focus work with this body?

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Yes it will AF the lens does not have a focus motor but the D80 does.
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Is this lens compatible with the D40x?

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Manual focus only, neither the camera of lens have a focus motor.
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I can not manually focus after I set the lens to "M".

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I have this lens mounted on my D300. I've shot in the "A" auto focus mode primarily since the camera and lens were new. I've tried recently to manually focus the lens with no success. The focal ring spins but does not focus the camera lens.
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If you look at the front of the lens while autofocusing, you should notice a part inside of the lens rotating back and forth. When in manual focus mode, this part should also rotate while turning the focus ring. If not, Technical support contact information can be found at support.nikousa.com
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Well the lens weighs just under 3 pounds, if you think you can hold it steady enough you won't need a tri/monopod.
I can't so I carry a monopod.
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Is the 80-200 F2.8 still made in Japan?

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Yes
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will this lens work on my d90?

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Yes it will, D90 has built in screw drive.
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can I use this lens on a D600? and will the autofocus work?

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Yes it will autofocus D600 has built in focus drive
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Is the Instruction Manual Still Available?

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The manual is hearer:
http://www.nikonsupport.eu/europe/Manuals/af80-200_2.8d/afed80-200_2.8d_(27)01.pdf
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Willl this lens autofocus with a D200

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Yes, the D200 will autofocus with the AF Zoom-NIKKOR 80-200mm f/2.8D ED lens.
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AF Nikkor 80-200 f2.8D Ed - Is this lens still in production?

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Yes. AF Zoom-NIKKOR 80-200mm f/2.8D ED has not been discontinued. We currently do not have it in stock but you can click 'Authorized Dealers' on the lens webpage to find a dealer that has it in stock.
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nikkor 80-200 2.8d compatibility with nikon d7100

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The lens will work fine, D7100 has built in focus drive, it will auto focus with any f mount Nikon lens.
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There are about 5, biggest thing to look for is that is has both a focus and zoom ring. Older models were push pull zoom. They are also with and without focus motors., the AF-S focuses faster than the AF.
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I have been trying to look for the manual of this lens and wondered if there is any reason why it's not in the list of manuals for all NIkon lenses.

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The manual for the AF Zoom-NIKKOR 80-200mm f/2.8D ED Lens has been added to our downloads page and can be accessed directly from this address: http://cdn-10.nikon-cdn.com/pdf/man... .
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can´t find serial number on nikon ed af nikkor 80-200m 1:2.8 d

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Not easy to see, it is etched on the bottom of the aperture ring.
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Date of manufacture by serial number

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I recently came in to possession of a 80-200 and I'm just curious as to it's age. Not that it is really important, I'm just curious. My serial number is US884190 Thanx.
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I can't be specific, maybe Nikon can, but they started with 700001 and ended with 929400, from 1997-2005 so that would put your lens around 2002-2003. Hope that helps.
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D800e and AF-D 80-200

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According to the user manual of D800e, "When focusing at minimum focus distance with AF 80–200mm f/2.8, AF 35–70mm f/2.8, AF 28–85mm f/3.5–4.5 <New>, or AF 28–85mm f/3.5–4.5 lens at maximum zoom, in-focus indicator may be displayed when image on matte screen in viewfinder is not in focus. Adjust focus manually until image in viewfinder is in focus." (Note 9, pg. 372). Is the captioned lens affected, or the note is applicable to the pre-D version only?
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The statement in note 9, page 372 of the D800/E manual does apply to the captioned AF Zoom-Nikkor 80-200mm f/2.8D ED lens.
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Do you still produce this lens?

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It is dissapearing from shops of my city.
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Yes it is still produced.
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Will this lens auto focus work with D7100?

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Yes, the D7100 has a built in focus motor.
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Which teleconverter?

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I, like many others here on this forum, purchased this lens (about 3 yrs ago) with future plans on using it with a teleconverter. Last year I purchased a TC 20-E III, after being assured by a Nikon phone rep it would work. Not only did it not work, it wouldn't even attach. Is there an older version Nikon tele that will work with this lens, auto or manual focusing?
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With the AF Zoom-Nikkor 80-200mm f/2.8D ED older teleconverters such as the TC-14a, TC-14b, TC-201 are compatible with the lens.
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Can you use the AF Zoom-Nikkor 80-200mm f/2.8D ED lens on a D5200?

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Yes, but it will not auto focus, neither the lens or the camera have built focus motors.
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hello i am interested if this lens vill fit to my nikon d3200?

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No, neither the lens or the camera have built in focus motors. It will only manual focus.
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AF Zoom-Nikkor 80-200mm f/2.8D ED
 
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can somebody tell me if this lens will work on nikonD3200 vith manual focus???

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Yes it will work manual focus only.
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Lens no. 441363. No tripod collar.
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Your lens is older, made in the early 1990's, you'll have to find a third party tripod collar.
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Which nikon teleconverter works with 80-200 2.8 ?

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Assuming you have the AF-S version of the 80-200, the TC-14 II, TC-14 II , TC-20 II and the TC-20 I III will all work
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will this lens work with a D5200

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will this lens work with a D5200
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The AF Zoom-NIKKOR 80-200mm f/2.8D ED will operate with the D5200 however the lens will have to be manually focused.
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I want to buy this lens but does it work with the nikon d300 not the d300s I saw something on amazon that says it doesnt work with it?

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The AF Zoom-Nikkor 80-200mm f/2.8D ED will operate on the D300 and the D300s. For more information on limitations and using the The AF Zoom-Nikkor 80-200mm f/2.8D ED with the D300 or D300s please see the following article.: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...
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