According provided by QUANTARAY TECH-10 NF AF MULTI-COATED 1: 4-5.6 f = 75-300mm lens (version for Nikon cameras) is huge thanks to the store Fotika.com.uawhere you can find a huge number of different used photographic equipment, including similar lenses for Nikon cameras.
QUANTARAY TECH-10 NF AF MULTI-COATED 1: 4-5.6 f = 75-300mm is a renamed Sigma DL ZOOM 75-300mm 1: 4-5.6 lens... On the review, I visited QUANTARAY TECH-10 NF AF MULTI-COATED 1: 4-5.6 f = 75-300mm for Nikon cameras, in a shabby condition, with erased identifiers (name, depth of field scale, etc.). Optically weak (very weak in the 200-300 range).
This is the cheapest autofocus telephoto lens for full-length cameras that I have had to shoot. At the time of writing, a review of the store Fotika.com.uawho provided the lens for testing, sold it for $ 50.
QUANTARAY TECH-10 NF AF MULTI-COATED 1: 4-5.6 f = 75-300mm is an old telephoto zoom lens for film cameras with a PUSH-PULL design with a separate focusing ring, long out of production. Well assembled, with a metal bayonet and a separate window for the focusing distance scale, weighty, the focusing ring and piston are rubberized, has an 8-blade diaphragm (the petals are not rounded). During focusing, the lens barrel rotates and extends forward with the lens barrel. Focus ring rotates 180 degrees. When the focal length is changed, the rear lens moves in the middle of the body frame. The piston on the sample from the review is tight and does not lengthen on its own. A good feature is the ability to shoot macro with a magnification of 1: 4 at a 300 mm focal length, the MDF over the entire range is 1.5 meters. For this reason, the prefix 'Macro' is often added to the lens name. The variant for Nikon cameras has a plastic aperture control ring, but lacks a built-in focus motor, does not know how to transfer the focusing distance to the subject to the camera and does not have a focus mode switch. Focusing speed is slow (closer to medium). During autofocus, the focus ring rotates and must not be touched. Focusing problems, including Live View, on the camera Nikon D90 does not have. When changing the focal length, focusing accuracy is lost; during focusing, there is a strong 'Focus Breathing' effect. In general, in terms of work and management, nothing special is different from many such lenses.
Externally, mechanically and optically, the QUANTARAY TECH-10 NF AF MULTI-COATED 1: 4-5.6 f = 75-300mm resembles a lens Sigma Zoom AF-APO 1: 4.5-5.6 f = 75-300mm multi-coated Macro, which was already in my review, and therefore I will not do a detailed review on QUANTARAY TECH-10 NF AF MULTI-COATED 1: 4-5.6 f = 75-300mm.
Pictures from Nikon D90. The photos in the gallery below are shown without processing, the conversion of the source RAW files by the original Nikon ViewNX-i utility without making additional adjustments.
On sale QUANTARAY TECH-10 NF AF MULTI-COATED 1: 4-5.6 f = 75-300mm can not be found new. I recommend a newer model for use Sigma APO DG 70-300mm 1: 4-5.6, prices for which you can see hereor in the price block located below:
All prices on Sigma 70-300
The catalog of modern Sigma telephoto lenses can be viewed here.
All Original Similar Nikon FX Telephoto Lenses
Below is a list of all Nikon Nikkor telephoto lenses without high aperture and with auto focus support:
- Nikon AF Nikkor 70-210mm 1: 4, 1986-1987
- Nikon AF Nikkor 70-210mm 1:4-5.6, 1987-1993
- Nikon AF Nikkor 75-300mm 1:4.5-5.6, 1989-1998
- Nikon AF Nikkor 80-200mm 1:4.5-5.6D, 1991-1999
- Nikon AF Nikkor 70-210mm 1:4-5.6D, 1993-2000
- Nikon AF Micro Nikkor 70-180mm 1: 4.5-5.6D ED, 1997-2005
- Nikon AF Nikkor 75-240mm 1:4.5-5.6D, 1999-2000
- Nikon AF Nikkor 70-300mm 1:4-5.6D ED, 1998-2006
- Nikon AF Nikkor 70-300mm 1:4-5.6G, from 2000 to 2014, black or silver
- Nikon AF-S Nikkor 70-300mm 1:4.5-5.6G ED VR IF SWM, from 2006 to 2017
- Nikon AF-S Nikkor 70-200mm 1: 4G ED SWM VR IF N Nano Crystal Coat, from 2012 to the present day
- Nikon AF-P Nikkor 70-300mm 1:4.5-5.6E VR ED, from 2017 to the present day
The names of the lenses are indicated according to their spelling on the case.