The 400mm f / 2.8 is a heavy, very bulky and horribly expensive lens. It is the opposite of compact and lightweight macro lenses and one must be crazy to try to photograph insects with such a telephoto lens! Well, as a provocation, I invested a lot of time to adapt my high-speed tools to the Nikkor AFS VR 400mm f / 2.8G. I suggest that you follow me in the field, with the big 400 mm, to take shots of subjects for which this lens has not been designed: the dragonflies.
HIgh-end telephoto lens Nikkor AFS VR 400 mm f/2.8G equipped with his double hood and RRS plate.
REMOTE LIGHT CONTROL
The flash control unit SU-800 lets trigger flashes without any wire.
NIKKOR 300 MM F/2 IF-ED
The unique Ai-S Nikkor 300 mm f/2. is the widest telephoto lens ever produced.
CLOSE-UP PICTURES WITH A 400 MM F/2.8
The dream lens for dragonflies
A stunning bokeh !
The ultimate lens