Nikon’s first full-frame AF-P lens, the AF-P NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6E ED VR, features enhanced Vibration Reduction (VR) image stabilization and integrates a stepping motor for fast and quiet AF performance. It’s a versatile, compact telephoto option for intermediate FX and DX-format photographers looking to capture sports, wildlife, travel and other subjects at long distances, with stunning clarity. The new AF-P NIKKOR 70-300mm is lighter than its predecessor, and includes the following enhancements: an Electronic Diaphragm, which not only provides smooth exposure transitions during video capture, but also helps maintain consistent exposure during high-speed shooting, such as when photographing sports; and lens construction with dust and drip resistance, along with a metal lens mount for durability. The lens also features an ED element to significantly reduce instances of chromatic aberration. The AF-P NIKKOR 70- 300mm lens offers a minimum focus distance of only 3.94 ft. (1.2 meters) and a reproduction ratio of 0.25x, letting users get even closer to capture the most extravagant details, even at 300mm. For more information on this new NIKKOR lens as well as the latest Nikon products, please visit nikonusa.com.