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The ultimate medium to super-telephoto zoom lens.

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If you’re looking for a compact, versatile telephoto zoom lens that handles portraiture as well as it handles long-distance wildlife and action photography, look no further than the AF-S NIKKOR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR. With the broadest focal length range in our super-telephoto zoom line-up, it reduces the number of lenses you need to carry into the field; and expands your handheld shooting capabilities, thanks to Nikon’s Vibration Reduction (VR) technology. Create spectacular photos and HD videos in nearly any light, from nearly any distance.




ED (Extra low Dispersion) and Super ED Glass
Vibration Reduction
Silent Wave Motor
IF Lens
Nano Crystal Coat
Super Integrated Coating
A/M
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Two photos of a wild cat, one a close up portrait, the other of the cat's mouth open in a yawn taken with the AF-S NIKKOR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR

Any subject. Any distance.

Remarkable versatility and performance

Travel light. Shoot with confidence. The AF-S NIKKOR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR covers the broadest focal length range of any NIKKOR super-telephoto zoom lens. At 80mm, its an ideal medium-telephoto portrait lens. Create stunning portraits with a medium telephoto perspective and softly blurred backgrounds. At 400mm, its a powerful super-telephoto lens suited to wildlife and action photography, with or without a tripod. For dazzling close-ups with macro detail, get as close as 5.7 feet from your subject and zoom in to 400mm—you'll be amazed by the results!
photo of a train silhouetted against an orange sky taken with the AF-S NIKKOR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR lens

Sharp, beautiful images in any light

Nikon's VR image stabilization with Tripod Auto Detect

At super-telephoto focal lengths, even the slightest camera movement can cause image blur. Fortunately, the AF-S NIKKOR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR features Nikon's second-generation Vibration Reduction technology to ensure every handheld photo and HD video is razor-sharp. Nikon VR (Vibration Reduction) image stabilization provides 4 stops of blur free handheld shooting, assuring dramatically sharper still images and HD video capture. The AF-S NIKKOR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR even detects when you're using a tripod and automatically delivers specialized VR correction.
Photo taken with the AF-S NIKKOR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR of a bullet train in the foreground and mountain in the background

A lifetime of brilliant performance

Nikon innovations for consistently 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 NIKKOR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR is among them. From its Silent Wave Motor (SWM) for ultra-fast, ultra-quiet autofocusing to its Extra-low Dispersion (ED) glass elements for maximum contrast and minimum lens flare and ghosting, you can expect a lifetime of consistent brilliant performance. The AF-S NIKKOR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR is equally at home on DX- or FX-format Nikon cameras.
*Based on CIPA Standard. This value is achieved when: FX-format compatible lenses are attached to an FX-format digital SLR camera and zoom lenses are set at the maximum telephoto position.
ED (Extra low Dispersion) and Super ED Glass
ED (Extra low Dispersion) and Super ED Glass
ED Glass is an optical glass developed by Nikon that is used with normal optical glass in telephoto lenses to obtain optimum correction of chromatic aberrations. Super ED glass exhibits an even lower refractive index and lower light dispersion than ED glass, while excelling at eliminating secondary spectrum and correcting chromatic aberration.
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.
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.
Nano Crystal Coat
Nano Crystal Coat
An anti-reflective coating developed by Nikon that virtually eliminates internal lens element reflections across a wide range of wavelengths. Nano Crystal Coat solves ghost effects caused by red light and effectively reduces ghost and flare caused by light entering the lens diagonally.
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.
A/M
A/M
A/M stands for Auto-Priority Manual Mode. This mode also enables an easy transition from autofocus to manual during AF operation. However, mode switch sensitivity has been altered to reduce the possibility of sudden unintentional switching to manual focus while shooting.
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.
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Rock Solid Very well constructed sharp at close to 400 mm. I consider this a must have lens for wildlife and day light sports. It focuses fairly quickly on my D 700 and I don't consider it a soft focus. At 46 oz it requires a monopod or a tripod to keep it steady. When possible I shoot at higher shutter speeds 500 and above. If your wondering should I buy this lens or should I spend the really big money for the F2.8 200-400 if you have 6000.00 by all means get the F 2.8. But this lens does a great job I feel like with a little care it should hold up just fine. May 1, 2014
Fantastic Lens! Have had this lens for several months and am very impressed with its sharpness, focus abilty and structure. Have shot birds, animals and stll life with much success. Also, works well with a 1.4 TC. February 26, 2014
Xmas present My wife surprised me with this lens for Xmas. Shooting the first day after was a pleasure. This lens is amazing re speed and sharpness, and with terrific VR. Thank you. December 29, 2013
Love this Lens I already owned the 70-200mm and bought the 20E III to give me a reach of 400mm. Pictures came out soft and not what I wanted. So I bit the bullet and bought the 80-400mm. And am I glad I did. Clear concise shots with a great VR. A little slow on moving objects but that is to be expected. I still get fantastic pictures, you just have to be precise and work your shot. Its heavy but so is the 70-200mm or any other long lense with Nikkor's better glass. December 26, 2013
A Very Special Lens. I've had several of the low cost Nikon kit lens long zooms, and got excellent results for what I had invested in them. This new 80-400 mm FX format zoom lens; is a quite different animal; and for me it is a lens to die for. For starters, I am a strictly DX format shooter; with no plans to go to FX, so for me, this is a 120-600 mm f/4.5-5.6 zoom. It's even better than that; because my three Nikon bodies, are the D3200, D7000, and now the D7100. So in the D7100 crop mode, I have a 160-800 mm f/4.5-5.6 lens. As good as this lens is wide open in the FX format, it is quite fantastic, in the DX and DX crop modes of the D7100 body. The expected performance from the published MTF curves, is fully realized, with the D7100 in crop mode, using the central sweet area of the lens field of view. I know how to take fuzzy pictures; this lens lets me take razor sharp pictures, and I don't hesitate to hand hold it for those bird shots. I also have the 1.4x telextender lens, for when I really want to get out there. It's a little heavy; that comes from being full of fancy optical glasses. I recently packed it plus two bodies, and three other lenses, on a four mile round trip hike to photograph the juvenile elephant seals at Anno Nuevo Preserve, in California. That also included toting a robust tripod as well. By the end of the hike, I had figured out how to carry it all. The total weight was not a problem, and I have already burned up more than my allotted time , on this planet. Cost wise, this lens was a stretch for me; but actually it is about the most Top Tier Nikon Optics you can buy for this amount of money. You pay double to get a better, but less versatile lens. I'm still learning some of the tricks of using this lens, but it has far exceeded my expectations, and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this lens to any Nikon enthusiast, and especially to DX afficianados. October 15, 2013
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can you use a teleconverter with this lens?

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I have used this lens with th Nikon 1.4x teleconverter. It autofocuses. It fits. The results were sharp.
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The press release for this lens says, "Additionally, alongside a 1.4x teleconverter, the lens can be expanded to an f/8 aperture to retain compatibility with the AF system on the most recent Nikon D-SLR cameras."
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Use the lens with D7100 = 120-600mm f4.5-5.6 + 1.3 crop = 156-780mm. It is always better not to add more glass. Stay way from the TC and use a DX camera.
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Just checked on imaging.nikon.com and is says:
"AF is possible even with a 1.4 teleconverter when attached to an f/8- compatible camera "
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I understand that at f/5.6 the lens would still autofocus with a newer Nikon body able to focus to f/8 - but that's no different than the old lens that was also f/5.6 at 400 mm.

But the old one would not mate up with a Nikon 1.4x in that the metal tabs prevented them from connecting together (unless tab filed off etc.). So you were left using Kenko 1.4x and the result wasn't worth it.

What I don't see in the specs or press release is whether the new one will PHYSICALLY accept the Nikon 1.4x. Am I missing that? Would love to know!!!
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Yes, according to specifications the nikon TC-14e is compatible for a maximum aperture of f/8 at maximum zoom.
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How can I get a user manual for AF-S NIKKOR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6 ED VR lense. I tried downloading it form your site but I get a page not available.

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http://download.nikonimglib.com/archive1/SJsLp00vjQGt00S4lYx522EV6C90/AFS80-400_4.5-5.6GEDVR_(7C_DL)01.pdf
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This is still the older lens not the newer AF-s G lens.
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The link given connects you to the AF VR Zoom-Nikkor ED 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6D lens manual. What is the correct link for the AF-S NIKKOR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6 ED VR manual?
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You can find the AF-S NIKKOR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6 ED VR lens manual here: http://www.nikonusa.com/pdf/manuals...
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Will the TC14, TC17, and/or TC20 Teleconverters attach to the new 80-400

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the compatibility table has been updated & shows that all 3 of these tc's are compatible with this new lens so long as it is used with one of the newer cameras that support AF at f/8.
That would be nice, but I don't understand how the TC20 tc will be able to autofocus even if the camera supports AF at f/8.
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FWIW, that lens is not listed on 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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TC14 will work with the right body, must be autofocus capable at f/8 max aperture.
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I just received my new AF-S Nikkor 80-400mm 4.5-5.6 G ED zoom lens and I have some concerns, which I hope you can answer:

First, the barrel rattles! Is it suppose to that? It seems something is loose inside and when I look through the front of the glass, I can see some of the glass moving. None of my other VR lenses - 28-300, 70-200 or 80-400 rattle, nor did my older 80-400 VR lens do that.

Second, when I turn on the camera with the lens attached, the lens makes three to five clicking sounds...even when I turn off the autofocus and VR on the lens and the Autofocus on the D4, it makes this clanging noise. When I look through the viewfinder as it is making this noise, the scene is moving up and down. When I press the shutter button half way, it clicks and stops, but the scene jerks down before becoming clear..

I'm thinking this is a defective lens.
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Just got my replacement for the one I wrote about earlier and it's great! Solid, sharp and silent. Much better than the older model that came out 12 years ago. Now that I have this one and I was able to return the first one that I got, I'm very impressed with this lens. Thanks Nikon!
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Nope, that was not the reason. It was doing this after I had turned it off correctly. And the elements in the barrel should be that loose. It has been returned to the store and new one on the way. Hopefully, it was just a bad one in the mix. Will know when the new one arrives today. thanks...
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Just received mine. Definitely no noticeable clicking. Nor the kind of rattle you describe. I DO see this in the manual... "Do not turn the camera off or remove the lens while vibration reduction is in
effect. If power to the lens is cut while vibration reduction is on, the lens may rattle when shaken. This is not a malfunction, and can be corrected by reat- taching the lens and turning the camera on." Could it relate to your noise? I'll get to heavily use this first of next week and will reply again after that experience...
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New 80-400 AF-S: Tripod mount shown. Is it supplied?

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I have seen write-ups stating that the tripod mount is supplied, and others stating that it is not. Is it supplied with purchase?
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Tripod collar is included, but I personally don't like it. The foot is not removable which gets in the way of handholding. There are third parties that make a metal collar with a removable foot.

Or, it's actually not difficult to remove the tripod collar altogether for handholding, and replace it later..
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Tripod foot is supplied.
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Use with Teleconverters

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I see remarks about using the TC14, but nothing about the TC17 and TC20. If on does not mind using Manual Focus, will the TC17 and TC20 operate with this lens? Will the TC17 and TC20 'damage' the lens? My purchase decision is contingent on the ability to use the TC17 and TC20 without damaging the new 80-400 lens.
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The lens works great with the TC14. I personally don't like it with the TC20 due to dim viewfinder, but it works fine.
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The lens is compatible with Teleconverters TC-14E , TC-14E II , TC-17E II, TC-20E, TC-20E II, and
TC-20E III.
With TC-14's, autofocus is available only with cameras that offer f/8 support.
With TC17's and TC-20's, autofocus is not supported.
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is AF-S Teleconverter TC-20E III compatible with D800 and new 80 to 40 lense

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Yes, it will. There are some compromises. The viewfinder will be pretty dim, and it will be hard to do anything in dim light. Autofocus is barely functional, and you'll only be able to do a good job of manual focus in bright light. Optical quality goes down, but is still ok. You will have a high f/stop, meaning slower shutter speeds and/or higher ISO. But the 800 has great high ISO performance. At 200mm your minimum f/stop is f/11. I actually was able to get it to autofocus when I had bright room lighting at 200mm lens setting. But it took a lot of work and it hunted and would usually settle out of focus.

If you are shooting bright daylight, it'll be ok as long as you are ok with The trade offs. By mid-afternoon or in the shade, you'll be making compromises. In dim light it's probably not worth it.

I usually save my TC20 for lenses with apertures f/4 and bigger. I just don't enjoy using it on this (or the previous version) of this lens. But it does work.
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Not with the lens no.
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Does this use VR 2 or 3?
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According to DPreview, this lens uses the Nikon VR II system.
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Does the lens have a limit switch?

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Yes
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How far does the barrel extend fully zoomed??

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A couple of inches. 11 inches total length at 400mm
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