With its classic focal length range, advanced optics and extensive weather sealing, the NIKKOR Z 70-200mm f/2.8 VR S lens from Nikon for Z mount covers all the bases. Whether you shoot sports, events, or reportage, the exceptionally compact build frees you to go the distance.
First Impressions with the NIKKOR Z 70-200mm f/2.8 VR S
Whether you’re covering the action with stills or video, the NIKKOR Z 70-200mm f/2.8 VR S delivers. Focusing is smooth, fast, and silent, and every component of a scene is rendered with exceptional clarity. You can control shooting parameters directly from the lens, and the build is tough enough to withstand the rigours of daily professional use.
The wide Z mount and constant f/2.8 rounded 9-blade aperture enable thrilling performance in any light. This telephoto zoom also gives you natural-looking bokeh, which is smoothly graded to the edges of the frame.
Sharpness is outstanding throughout the frame – even when shooting at the widest aperture or at close distances. Minimum focus distance is just 0.5 m at the telephoto end of the zoom range, and 1 m at the wide end.
Goodbye lens flare
ARNEO and Nano Crystal coatings combat ghosting and flare. Nikon’s ED and SR glass counter chromatic aberration, with SR glass compensating for hard-to-control blue light. You get sharper images and better contrast.
Ready for video
When the story calls for video, you get smooth, precise control over your shots. The lens panel features a depth-of-field scale, so you can easily determine the minimum and maximum distances at any given f-stop. Focus breathing is all but eliminated, and stable aperture control delivers natural exposure changes throughout the scene.
This lens is fully weather-sealed and ready to withstand use in the most challenging locations. A fluorine coating repels water, dust, and dirt without compromising image quality.
NB: Caution should still be taken in harsh conditions to prevent damage to the lens.
The zoom and focus rings adjust with just the right amount of torque. The silent control ring can be used for aperture control, ISO, or exposure compensation.
From AF lock to metering, bracketing, and more. You can assign as many as 21 different functions to the lens’ Fn buttons.
An OLED information-display panel lets you quickly confirm aperture, focus distance, exact focal length, ISO and depth of field right on the lens.