Nikon Z 70-200mm f2.8 VR S Review + Real World Test!

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The Nikon Z 70-200mm f2.8 VR S is the only telephoto lens available for Nikon’s Z mount system, and it is perhaps the best 70-200 f2.8 lens ever made for any system. The image quality it delivers is truly jaw dropping, and it is a joy to use. I’ve been shooting with it for the past few weeks and have been blown away by this amazing piece of glass. Image quality is nearly perfect, it’s ruggedly designed, and autofocus is nearly silent. It’s a top-notch optic that belongs in the kit of every professional photographer using the Nikon Z mount system.

Written review with image samples (coming soon)

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00:00 Intro
01:34 Image quality
04:22 Build quality
06:02 Usability
08:58 Autofocus
09:52 Image Stabilization
10:02 Price and value
11:36 Conclusion

Music:
Canon in D by Johann Pachelbel
Before Dusk by Martin Klem
Morning Lights by Trailer Worx
I Know Her by Rune Dale

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12 thoughts on “Nikon Z 70-200mm f2.8 VR S Review + Real World Test!”

  1. Your images and music were wonderful. Your enthusiasm was great too! I would love to get this lens and I was also considering the Sigma 135 mm wondering if you have a 135 to compare it to I’m very interested in the Boca as well as the sharpness.

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  2. Just discovered your channel. Quick question — video as presented seems so much sharper & detailed than the stills that followed. Maybe it's me? Or stills transferred to utube vdo is the issue? I'm looking at this lense & Z& ii for purchase.

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  3. beautiful photos… you seem so happy to have this lens… one day i will own this lens for my z6, its in my bucket list.. for now i am saving up money to get x100v. i am tired of waiting for 28mm pancake lens for z6 which i feel will be full frame x100v for me,….

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