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    • Usage


      Select the perfect NIKKOR lens by the type of photography you do: from landscapes and travel shots to sports, wildlife, portraits or special purposes.

    • Type


      Choose either a prime or a zoom NIKKOR lens: prime lenses have a fixed focal length and tend to be smaller and lighter than zoom lenses, which have a variable focal length, bringing you closer to the action.

    • Category


      Identify the NIKKOR lens you need: choose wide angle for a more complete view, telephoto for long-focus in a more compact form, macro for extreme close-ups or a teleconverter secondary lens to increase focal length.

    • Lens Format

      Lens Format

      Ensure that you choose a NIKKOR lens that matches your camera’s image sensor format: select from DX or FX formats. FX lenses will fit both types of camera, but DX lenses are solely for DX format cameras.

    • Max. Aperture

      Max. Aperture

      Choose your lens by maximum aperture, the maximum diameter of the lens opening – also expressed as minimum f-number. A lower f-number lens gathers more light, performing better in low light situations.

    • Vibration Reduction

      Vibration Reduction

      Always capture sharp images and smooth videos with Vibration Reduction (VR). It's an in-lens technology that automatically compensates for camera shake in hand-held shooting.

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