300mm f/2.8 AIS IF-ED Nikkor (Updated Version)

£525.00

The item photographed may not be the actual model but is used for illustrative purposes only.

Unboxed. Comes with lens hood and slip-on cover.

This updated version with a closer minimum focusing distance of 3m came out in 1985. In addition, it has the modern style hammered black surface finish and lens data a barrel plate instead of on a ring.

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Description

This updated version with a closer minimum focusing distance of 3m came out in 1985. In addition, it has the modern style hammered black surface finish and lens data a barrel plate instead of on a ring.

 

Lens construction: 8 elements in 8 groups

Picture angle: 8° 10´

Aperture scale: f/2.8 – f/22

Distance scale: graduated in feet and metres from 9.8 ft. (3m) to Infinity

Weight: 2500g

Filters: (Rear/Front) 39mm screw-in via special slip-in filter holder/122mm front screw-in

Lens hood: Built-in telescopic

Usable teleconverter: TC-200*, TC-300 or TC-14

*Usable, but there is occasional vignetting

 

Additional information

Second-hand grade

EXC

Serial number

624423

Second-hand Grading Description

  • NEWAn item that has not been removed from the box or protective wrapping.
  • UNUSEDAn item that may have been removed from the original packaging, but has never been used.
  • MINT100% as new
  • MINT-98%-99% as new
  • EXC++95%-97% as new
  • EXC+90%-94% as new
  • EXCOriginal finish may have slight scratches or rubbed. No dents or deep scratches.
  • VGMay be slightly scratched, scuffed or worn, but in good mechanical order with clean optics
  • VG-An item that falls below our regular level of gradings. Items in VG- condition will have excessive signs of use.

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