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Nikon Inc. AF-S NIKKOR 200-400mm f/4G ED VR II

<p>This powerful super telephoto zoom lens offers incredible image quality. Enhanced Nikon VR II image stabilization, a constant aperture and Nano Crystal Coat make this lens an ideal choice for sports photography, wildlife and more.</p>
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What cameras is compatible with this?

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All DSLR's are compatible and older film nikon's with F-bayonet mounts
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Parts list and diagram for nikon 200-400mm lens

I need to order parts from small screws to focus rings, so need this or a link to same ASAP.
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Please get in contact with the Nikon Parts Department
7AM - 3PM (Pacific) Monday - Friday
310-414-8107
Fax- 310-322-6979
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How can i get the dedicated dedicated slip-in filter holder of my 200-400/4G lens?

Due to the careless,i lost the dedicated slip-in filter holder of my 200-400/4G lens. Can you tell me how i can buy this accessories?Product No.?thanks
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You can get the dedicated Slip-in filter holder at our Nikon Store:
http://shop.nikonusa.com/store/niko...
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What is the best Nikon telephoto lens for shooting from a bean bag rest on a jeep on safari?

I just returned from an African safari. Since my D 4 body, on order for months, never came in I used a D 700 body. My 70 to 200 mm Nikon lens even with the 2x teleconverter was too short. The photo store recommended a Sigma 150-500 mm that I ended up using most of the time. This inexpensive lens did an ok job up close but was not clear enough at distance. I would like a better Nikon lens for a return safari. The Nikon 200-400 zoom had mixed reviews at distance and I would need to use the teleconverter on it. Would a 500mm or 600mm Nikon lens work satisfactorily from the bean bag mount on a jeep? What lens would you recommend for this purpose?
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Please click on the link below for the lens simulator; it will help you to make the decision on what lens you need.
http://www.nikonusa.com/Nikon-Produ...
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Is a neutral density filter available for the 200-400/f4?

If not, is it possible to rig one from a spare filter holder and a regular, screw-on 52mm ND filter?
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Nikon does not have an ND filter available for the AF-S NIKKOR 200-400mm f/4G ED VR II lens. However, a 52mm filter can be screw into the dedicated slip-in filter holder included with the lens.
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can i take the out the glass filter and just leave the bracket empty on the slot..

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Yes, filter can be left out.
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how to best clean the lens hood for Nikon's long tele lenses (e.g. 200-400mm f/4 and larger)

The inside of the large lens hoods for long lenses is a rough black surface. It collects dust over time. How do I best clean the surface without damaging it?
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Plain water and micro fiber cloth.
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Does the length of the lens change when zooming from 200 to 400 mm?

Understand IF means length does not change with focusing. But what about when zooming...?
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No, the lens stays the same length, zoom is internal.
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