Which Nikon 300mm f/4?

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The AF-S has a built-in motor, vital if you want autofocus with the D3000/5000 series. It's useful, but not essential for the D700.
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Well, you won't go wrong with any Nikon lens (or any other big-name brand, for that matter). The technical differences are irrelevant to most people, since they won't see any difference
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The 300mm is the focal length of the lens. An easy way to look at it is that, with a 35mm film format, the human eye would have a view based on about 50mm. So, if you have a 50mm
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300mm = 12inches. 100mm = 4 inches. im just wondering if you mean 1000mm which is 3ft 4inches. look at your tape measure, it gives both mm and inches. ...
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1. Remove the body cap or lens from the single lens reflex camera body by twisting with a clockwise or counter-clockwise motion. 2. Hold the 300mm zoom lens over ...
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