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Full Review: The Nikon 70-200mm f/4G ED VR Lens — 10 Comments

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  7. Rex, I wrote a comparison between the AF-S 80-200 2.8G and the new 70-200mm f/4G ED VR, which you can find here. Regarding the older 80-200mm f/2.8D, here’s what I’ll say:

    I’ve owned the old 80-200 D lens for over fifteen years and for most of that time, it’s been my bread and butter lens. However, since buying the new 70-200 f/4 ED VR lens earlier this year, my 2.8D has sat at home, almost unused. The new 70-200 is truly a pro quality lens, and with its lighter weight, great edge to edge image quality and exceptional VR system, I’ve found myself using it about 90% of the time. I’ll pull the old f/2.8D out when I absolutely need that extra stop of light, but for most of what I shoot, both inside and out, the 70-200 VR has earned the number one spot with me.

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