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Note to Sigma and Tamron - I think I see a gaping and unserviced hole in the middle of the market for you to jump into (and perhaps some photographers should consider waiting a bit to see if Sigma or Tamron makes the move into this market space? Anyone wishing to buy one and loan it to me for a few months is encouraged to contact me at their earliest convenience! Brad Feedback to: [email protected] directly to this blog post: I just posted a new photo tour (of the variety) on my Photo Tours page.And..of right now...there's currently even room on the trip for new participants!Not so short-winded blatherings on whatever is currently occupying the part of my brain that deals with nature photography and related concerns. On this page you'll find all my 2018 blog listings (immediately below).

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Those looking for a FULL spec spew can find one right here on dpreview.com's website. Apparently Nikon is looking to return to profitability if they sell even one copy of this lens (and we know they'll sell a whole lot more than one of them! Here are a few candid thoughts and opinions about the new lens, as well as some answers to questions I will likely see in the next few days... Great focal range (especially when the teleconverter is factored in) and with all the latest "skookum" features.

But whether this lens is a MASTER Of All Trades or a JACK Of All Trades (and Master of NONE!

This applies both to our image-capture devices AND our digital workflow tools.

I don't say too much about digital workflow on this blog (you'll see more in the commentaries in my image galleries), but many know that I use a " tools for each phase of my workflow (while managing and processing my own images).

) will come down to a few things, including optical quality (over all focal lengths including at the long end with teleconverter engaged and over all distances-to-subject), how well the VR works on this lens (anyone recall the 300mm f4 PF vibration reduction fiasco? At 3500 gm (7.72 lb) the lens isn't svelte, and VR performance and balance may well be critical in determining if the majority of shooters can effectively hand-hold this lens.

Based on my own experience of watching hundreds and hundreds of pretty serious enthusiast wildlife photographers attempt to hand-hold big lenses (from over a decade of leading photo tours), I would suggest that MANY of the photographers in Nikon's most lucrative target market for this lens won't be able to effectively hand-hold it.

This lens has been expected for quite some time - partly to replace the dated AF-S Nikkor 200-400mm f4 VRII and partly because of the initial sales success of Canon's 200-400mm zoom.

Like the Canon zoom, the new Nikkor features a built-in 1.4x teleconverter which, when engaged, converts the lens to an f5.6 252-560mm zoom.

So Lightroom for image culling and image and image catalog management, a combination of Capture One Pro and Photoshop for raw conversion and selective image-editing, blah, blah, blah!

I won't go into all the reasons right now, but over the last few years I have become increasingly dissatisfied with Lightroom for image management (and I've ALWAYS preferred the raw conversion capabilities of Capture One Pro over those of Lightroom).

The headline acts include rutting Dall Sheep (in the Kluane portion of the trip) and the spectacle of world's largest Bald Eagle congregation (in the Haines portion of the trip). For 2018 (and based on feedback from the participants on the 2017 version of the tour) we've added two extra days in the Yukon's wildly beautiful Kluane National Park.

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