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Nikon's AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens.
If you want a single lens that can cover every imaginable shooting situation, from wide-angle groups to ultra-high-power zoom shots, look no further than the new AF-S DX NIKKOR 18–300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR. Boasting the longest reach of any NIKKOR all-in-one zoom lens, it delivers the equivalent of 450mm—enough reach to bring the most distant action up close. Nikon's second generation VR II technology ensures every photo and HD video is razor-sharp, and Nikon's advancements in lens design deliver consistent, exceptional performance in any setting. It's also great for close-up shooting. Even more amazing, the AF-S NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR does all this in a surprisingly compact, lightweight lens.
Vibration Reduction
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Super Integrated Coating
ED (Extra-Low Dispersion) Glass
IF Lens
Photo of boats on a canal lined with colorful multiple-story houses, taken with the AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens.

No subject is too far or too close

450mm (equivalent) of super-telephoto reach

Building on the success of the AF-S DX NIKKOR 18–200mm f/3.5-5.6G VR, Nikon proudly introduces the AF-S DX NIKKOR 18–300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR for those who want even more reach in an all-in-one lens. Its astounding 16.7x zoom range goes from a wide 27mm equivalent, great for group shots, vast landscapes and more, all the way to a super-telephoto 450mm equivalent, enough reach for wildlife photography and more. The lens can focus as close as 1.48-ft. from your subject at 300mm. This ultra-high-power zoom capability means no subject or composition will ever be out of reach again.
Photo of a modern looking building lit up at night, taken with the AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens.

Sharp, beautiful images in any light

VR II image stabilization

At super-telephoto focal lengths, even the slightest camera movement can cause image blur. Fortunately, the AF-S DX NIKKOR 18–300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR features Nikon VR (Vibration Reduction) image stabilization that provides 3.5 stops* of blur free handheld shooting, assuring dramatically sharper still images and HD video capture.
Photo of two white birds among green brush, taken with the AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens.

A lifetime of brilliant performances

Nikon innovations for stunning images

Nikon's innovations in optical design and lens technology have given way to a remarkable new class of NIKKOR lenses. The AF-S DX NIKKOR 18–300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR is among them. From its Silent Wave Motor (SWM) for ultra-fast, ultra-quiet autofocusing to its Aspherical (AS) lens elements and Extra-low Dispersion (ED) glass elements for maximum contrast and minimum lens flare and ghosting—you can expect a lifetime of consistent brilliant performance from the AF-S DX NIKKOR 18–300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR.

Nikon Vibration Reduction

Learn more about Nikon’s in-lens VR image stabilization which assures dramatically sharper still images and video capture when shooting handheld.
*Based on CIPA Standard. This value is achieved when: DX-format lenses are attached to a DX-format digital SLR camera and zoom lenses are set at the maximum telephoto position.
Vibration Reduction
Vibration Reduction
A Nikon in-lens technology that improves image stability by automatically compensating for camera shake. Lenses that offer VR will feature the abbreviation VR on the lens barrel.
Silent Wave Motor
Silent Wave Motor
AF-S NIKKOR lenses feature Nikon’s Silent Wave Motor (SWM), which represents a significant advance in AF lens technology. SWM uses ultrasonic vibrations—rather than a gear system—to focus the lens, providing incredibly smooth, silent and precise autofocus operation.
M/A
M/A
Select NIKKOR lenses have a focusing mode which allows switching from automatic to manual focusing with virtually no lag time by simply turning the focusing ring on the lens. This makes it possible to seamlessly switch to fine manual focusing while looking through the viewfinder.
AS
AS
AS stands for Aspherical lens elements. This type of lens utilizes non-spherical surfaces on either one or both sides of the glass in order to eliminate certain types of lens aberration.
Super Integrated Coating
Super Integrated Coating
Nikon Super Integrated Coating is Nikon's term for its multilayer coating of the optical elements in NIKKOR lenses.
ED (Extra-Low Dispersion) Glass
ED (Extra-Low Dispersion) Glass
An optical glass developed by Nikon that is used with normal optical glass in telephoto lenses to obtain optimum correction of chromatic aberrations.
IF Lens
IF Lens
A NIKKOR lens in which only the internal lens group shifts during focusing. Thus, IF NIKKORS do not change in size during AF operation, allowing for compact, lightweight lenses capable of closer focusing distances. These lenses will be designated with the abbreviation IF on the lens barrel.
AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR 4.8 5 29 29
The One Lens to Rule them All!!! Instead of going on some Get Away 25th wedding anniversary trip, my amazing husband bought this lens for me. I LOVE IT. I'm able to do everything without switching out lens. I haven't missed a single shot opportunity. It's a keeper! My husband too! July 12, 2014
Excellent Lens I really like this lens. I have a D5100 and had been using a Nikon 18-70 and a Nikon 55-300 as my lenses, which I was constantly changing, and in the process losing shots. I bought this about six months ago, and have used it in a variety of situations, including photographing receptions, photographing art show entries, taking pictures in nature, and some really close-up shots where I used it like a macro. It does an excellent job on all of these. It is heavy, but it is a wonderful all-purpose lens that gives the user many options of focal length to capture a wide range of photos. October 27, 2013
You'll love it! I recently purchased the 18-300 to put on my D5200. I have been amazed. I really love pet portriat & pet action, nature and sunrise/sunset photography. This all-in-one has not let me down. I would switch lenses frequently, and worried about dust getting in the camera. Now, I never have to remove the lens from the camera and I'm always ready for any shot, whether it be a close-up of an flower or a wide angle sunset. It does have a little weight to it, so it won't spend much time just hanging on the strap, you'll want to hold it. It's well worth it... Another thing that I love is the ability to override the autofocus. When the shutter release is pressed half-way and the camera focuses, you can override it and focus manually simply by rotating the focus ring. No switching back & forth from auto to manual. If you can find one in stock, BUY IT! :-) I love the versatility and image quality. THANKS NIKON! March 23, 2013
D5100 + 18-300 I finally bought when it went on sale for 700.00 almost everywhere. I sold my 55-300. I can say with out a doubt this thing is amazing, I can't believe all the wide angle shots I've been missing, I truly love this. It has reviews for all its downsides, distortion, boeing, pincushion, chromatic, but the can all be fixed easily in post production. I actually like the bowing as I do landscape. It's worth every penny. March 17, 2013
18-300 mm lens I bought this lens for my D-5100 camera feb 25th, mainly used for wildlife and found it to be way byound my expectations, i highly recomend this lens to any nature photographer. Dave A. March 6, 2013
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Nikkor 18-300mm Lens Focusing Matter

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When clicking the trigger button in auto focus mode some of Nikon lenses, lens barrel also coming out while focusing.
I'm using 18-300mm lens with Nikkon D7000. But this lens barrel is not coming out when focusing with camera trigger.
Please someone let me know is this normal or how to fix this matter.

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Do you know anyone else with a Nikon DSLR?
Or do you deal with a local camera shop?
Try the lens on a different camera. If it doesn't work take it back or send it to Nikon.

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Thanks for the reply JoeR

It's already in the M/A mode, but It's not working. I don't know why.
Do you think is there any problem in this lens?
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Just install the lens, make sure switch on lens is set to m/a.
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can you please tell me how to set up that with D7000
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Lens is fine, it has an internal focus system.
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18-300mm or 28-300mm for D7000?

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I'm learning a little bit every day and this is very important for the decision I have to make to buy my equipment. What camera to buy? Decided by the D7000. Which lenses to buy? Decided by the prime 35mm f/1.8 and I'm in doubt between AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR and 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED-IF AF-S VR II (Vibration Reduction) Lens. The first was developed exclusively for DX Format. The second one to the FX format. Although I know that for the D7000 I could use any of them, my question is: what is the most appropriate?
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Sorry, you are misinterpreting what you read. You will always have a crop factor dx to dx or dx to fx or fx to dx.
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Sorry for the insistance, but as I told, I am learning a litte bit every day and decision that I will take must be based on this learning.
I checked on Nikon simulator - http://static.nikonusa.com/Lens-Simulator/simulator.htm - and apparently DX lens on DX body is different from FX lens on DX body. I mean, there is no 1,5 factor on DX lens on DX body what means that 18-300mm will be 18-300mm forever, on D7000 body while 28-300mm will be 42-450mm on D7000 body.
Am I correct?
And, if I am correct, the only difference between this two lens - 18-300mm and 28-300mm is this aspect and 100 dollars?
Is there something else that I should considere in my decision?
The quality of images, sharppenes, etc?
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Sorry yes they both will be 450mm on the long end. The 18 mm x 1.5 will be 27 on the short end and the 28 mm x1.5 will be 42 mm on the short end.
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If you are going to use it as a walk around lens the 18-300 gives you a broader field of view. With crop factor the 18-300 is 27-400 and the 28-300 is 42-300. You might want to look at the 18-200 it is 33% lighter than the 18-300.
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can I use this lens on my FX D800, and if so, what will be the result?

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In researching the Nikon website I located the information pasted below. The answer is clearly "yes" the DX lense will function on an FX camera. If I interpret the information below correctly, using a DX lens on an FX camera will result in a cropping effect on the subject because the FX camera will default to its built-in DX crop mode. Net effect is you will not obtain the wide view perhaps desired e.g. a 24mm lens will provide an approximate 36mm view (example cited by NIKON).

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In digital cameras, the camera's format refers to the size of its image sensor. Nikon makes a DX-format sensor and an FX-format sensor. The DX-format is the smaller sensor at 24x16mm; the larger FX-format sensor measures 36x24mm which is approximately the same size as 35mm film.

Different NIKKOR lenses are designed to accommodate the different camera sensor sizes. In the case of DX cameras with their smaller sensors, corresponding DX lenses have been designed. The DX designation can be found in the lens name, i.e. AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 12-24mm f/4G IF-ED. These lenses are smaller and lighter in weight and address the market's need for affordable, high-performance lenses with a variety of focal lengths and zoom options.

The DX sensor makes possible the production of lighter, smaller cameras, but because it covers a smaller portion of the image projected by the lens, a 1.5x crop factor (so called because the smaller sensor crops the image compared to an image from a 35mm film frame) is introduced. This means, for example, a 24mm lens on a DX sensor camera will provide an approximate 36mm view.

The FX sensor, with more "light gathering" area, offers higher sensitivity and, generally, lower noise. There is, of course, no crop factor present with the FX sensor.

DX cameras have the added benefit of being able to use both DX and non-DX NIKKOR lenses-those lenses without the DX designation in their names, i.e. AF-S NIKKOR 14-24mm f/2.8G ED. And here's why.
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Yes. It will work like any DX lens. You get 15MP.
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The lens will fit your D800 and your camera will recognize that it has a DX lens attached. Because the DX sensor is smaller than your FX sensor your images will have less than full pixel count. I believe around half, giving you a 18 mp image.
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Use AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR with Nikon AF-S Teleconverter TC-20E III

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I have a D7000 DSLR camera and AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens

Can i use AF-S Teleconverter TC-20E III with both or AF-S Teleconverter TC-17E II or AF-S Teleconverter TC-14E II
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Here is the compatibility chart : http://www.nikonusa.com/en_INC/IMG/Assets/Common-Assets/Images/Teleconverter-Compatibility/en_US_Comp_chart.html
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There are no teleconverters that fit the 18-300

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i tried to find a list for compatible lenes with the tele-converters but could not .
I would contact "Service and Support" under the "Support" section in the middle menu bar below your lens picture.
I would for sure try to get an answer from Nikon before I purchased any tele-converters, because they do not work with all lenses and vice versa...
I own the TC-17 II, but I bought it for my 70-200mm Nikkor , and this teleconverter was actually made to complement my 70-200mm...
Hope this helps...
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Does it work with a D5100 camera?

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Yes, I paired it with my D5100 when we went on vacation. Did very well. The only thing though is that it is a bit heavy and balances better with a bigger body like the D7000. But, it is still very usable on the D5100.
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It works very well with a D5100. This is the camera I use it on and it works great. The attached image was taken with the lens at maximum extension.
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Yes, full function.
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Lens creep

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Does this lens have a lens creep lock?
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See below answer gave by Nikon Staff about this issue, in other topic.

Zoom Creep is the effect gravity can have on your zoom lens under certain circumstances. The lens tends to slowly zoom in or out under its own weight if pointed straight up, straight down, or at a sharp angle and nothing is touching the zoom ring. Most of the creep occurs between 30mm and 130mm in the zoom range. This is normal and the zoom action can’t be tightened to eliminate creep.

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Yes it locks but sadly just like the 18-200, only locks at 18mm.
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Why is the 18-300 with only VR and not VRII as the last model of 18-200?

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I got it yesterday. It's lable VR on the lens, box, and booklet. I don't see it lable VRII on the product. yes it confuses to me too about VR or VRII. It says VRII in the description on the Nikon website.
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the 18-300mm it already comes with the second-generation Vibration Reduction, you may check again, maybe you read it wrong,..
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It was already released last June 14, 2012 as quoted: "Nikon Corporation is pleased to announce the release of the AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR, the world's first interchangeable zoom lens for D-SLR cameras to offer the world's highest zoom ratio* of 16.7x, compatible with the DX format."
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It is not out of stock, it hasn't been released yet. If you really want one I would preorder it as the initial shipments will probably sell out and then it will go on back order.
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Can this lens (AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm) fit with a Nikon D5100 camera? Thanks!

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Yes. I have a D5100 and this is the lens I use daily.
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Yes, full function, lens has built in focus drive and both e camera and lens are DX.
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WILL THIS LENS WORK WELL WITH THE 5100 CAMERA?

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Yes. This is the lens I use on my D5100 and it works great
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Yes it is designed to be used with a DX camera and has a built in focus motor.
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