Focus Breathing performance top Of interest mostly to cinematographers focusing back and forth between two subjects, the image from the Nikon 300mm f/4 AF-S gets larger as focused more closely. This designation appears in specifications but not lens names. CRC — Close Range Correction. Although the rear element is not very close to the mount, it won’t prevent you from being able to clean it when it gets rather dusty. The worst I could deliberately cause was a violet blob like this: Nikon 300/4 AFS flare at f/11. This was the absolute worst I could conjure; I never saw any of this in actual shooting.
When used on a DX camera, it sees angles of view similar to what a 450mm lens sees when used on an FX or 35mm camera. Color Rendition performance top The color rendition is the same as my other Nikkor AF lenses. The company continues to use variations of the same lens mount specification for its film and digital SLR cameras.
Nikon does not seal its boxes, so never buy at retail or any source not on my personally approved list since you’ll have no way of knowing if you’re getting a defective or damaged customer return or a used lens. The TC-300, TC-301 and TC-14B are older manual focus teleconverters. When used close as you can see at Macro, depth of field is about zero and backgrounds simply disappear. Lastly, to all the good people who has contributed their own expeience, resources or kind enough granted permission to use their images of their respective optic in this site. It is also a site to remember a long lost friend on the Net. The name has been applied only to the Noct-Nikkor 58mm f/1.2. OP — Orthographic Projection.