Reversed focus means we modified the lens to make it more intuative to opperate. Pulling focus with a follow focus works as it should. The Nikkor 300mm T2.0 fastest 300mm lens on the market, offering an exceptional large maximum aperture for its focal length. Large maximum aperture of t/2.0 provides bright and easy-to-focus images in the viewfinder and allows shoot in very dim light. Compressed perspective and extremely shallow depth of field.
Internal Focusing (IF) design permits easy handling and quick, accurate, silky-smooth focusing without any extension in the lens barrel.
Extra-low Dispersion (ED) glass insures crisp images free of chromatic aberration.
Focusing ring can be preset so that it will stop at a particular distance setting for rapid refocusing.
Built-in telescopic “bayonet-type” lens hood and 360° rotable tripod socket collar.
Focal length/Aperture: 300mm T/2.0 with Ai-S Lens Coupling system
Lens construction: 11 elements in 8 groups
Distance scale: Graduated in meters and feet from 4m (13.1 ft) to infinity (OO)
Mount: PL / F / B4
Picture angle: 8°10′
Aperture scale: f/2 – f/16 on both standard and aperture-direct-readout scales
Exposure measurement: Via full aperture method
Distance scale: Graduated in meters and feet from 2.5m (8 ft.) to infinity (oo)
Weight:7.5kg (16.6 Ibs)
Dimensions: 330mm x 183mm (13 x 7.15″)
Filters: 160mm front screw-in & 52mm drop in filter thread
Front lens cap: Slip-on
Lens hood: Built-in telescopic type with click-stops