Even though we ARE Nikon lovers,we are NOT affiliated with Nikon Corp. in any way.

English German French

Sign up Login
Home Forums Articles Galleries Recent Photos Contest Help Search News Workshops Shop Upgrade Membership Recommended
members
All members Wiki Contests Vouchers Apps Newsletter THE NIKONIAN™ Magazines Podcasts Fundraising
briantilley

Paignton, UK
30235 posts

Click to send email to this author Click to send private message to this author

"RE: Quality of glass"

briantilley Gold Member Deep knowledge of bodies and lens; high level photography skills Donor Ribbon awarded for his support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Nikonian since 26th Jan 2003
Wed 19-Dec-12 08:25 AM

I think you may be confusing some terms...

The 80-200mm f/2.8 and 70-200mm f/4 Nikkors are both "FX". Nikon's newer lenses tend to lack aperture rings, whether they are FX or DX. The "G" designation denotes the absence of a ring.

In general, there is no relationship between FX/DX and quality - there are lower-end "consumer" lenses in both DX and FX lines - though it is true that most of the top-end lenses tend to be FX.

Brian
Welsh Nikonian

A general, generic topic Quality of glass [View all] , danshep Gold Member , Wed 19-Dec-12 04:30 AM
Subject
ID
Reply message RE: Quality of glass
1
Reply message RE: Quality of glass
2
Reply message RE: Quality of glass
3
Reply message RE: Quality of glass
4
Reply message RE: Quality of glass
5