Nikon Nikkor 500mm f/4.0P IF ED lens + hard case + 1.4x Teleconverter (TC-14B) Excellent $1800

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Nikon Nikkor 500mm f/4.0P IF ED lens + hard case + 1.4x Teleconverter (TC-14B) Excellent $1800
(a.k.a.) Nikkor ED 500mm 1:4 P
This special AIS "P" lens is like a Nikon AF-D lens without AF. - It has the locking aperture switch to f/22 - that allows you to use your electronic camera dial/wheel to choose the aperture you need - quick. - No need to reach and adjust the aperture ring on the lens! = Very convenient!

Aperture Priority Mode works great!
Aperture can be set in the traditional way with the Aperture ring unlocked on the lens: f/4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16 and 22.
But, why bother? - With the camera's dial/wheel you can also set anything in-between (electronically) QUICK: f/4.5, 5, 6.3, 7.1 ...13...18 etc.! - Only one other manual-focus lens can do this!
The camera displays show this info. And EXIF data are recorded in the photo files.

The lens is among two manual focus super telephoto lenses that has the "P" designation (Another was a special order super Zoom-Nikkor 1200-1700 f/5.6-8P ED-IF).
The 'P' indicates that the lens has embodied a CPU (central processing unit) in its design. When used with appropriate Nikon AF SLR cameras: the lens will completely integrate with the camera's complex matrix metering system via electronic data transfer between camera and the lens. Anyway, although it is not an autofocus lens. But this light weight 3kg (6.6-lbs.) super-telephoto lens has many reasons to be a good alternative to the 5.15kg (11.35-lbs.) Nikkor 400mm f/2.8 ED-IF and the 5.2kg (11.46-lbs.) Nikkor 600mm f/4.0 ED-IF.

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Price: $1800 for everything!
(I paid $2300 for it all about 18-months ago. I'd like to keep it - but I need the $.)

Item condition: 9+ Shows little or no signs of wear
Shipping instructions: Face to face sale in Wyoming - or
FREE S/H - Boxed, Insured, UPS to your door. PayPal - Cashiers check - Postal money order.

gegerechristopher@gmail.com

CHRIS GEGERE "G-gear" (307) 469-2011
PO Box 54
204 River St.
Hyattville, WY 82428
 
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70mm lens photo for reference -- RED BOX area shows 500mm lens coverage.
Next photo with 500mm f/4 P lens - taken at same tripod spot.
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On FX digital and 35mm film cameras,
the Nikon (TC-14B) 1.4x Teleconverter turns the 500 f/4 into a 700mm f/5.6 !
And, on a DX sensor camera, multiply that by the 1.5x crop-factor = 1050mm f/5.6 !
Without the 1.4x, a DX sensor camera turns the 500mm into a 750mm f/4 !
It worked great on the 24MP Nikon D7100 that I sold.

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500mm f/4 P lens, 1.4x Teleconverter, and hard case.
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Nikon Nikkor ED IF 500mm F4 P Slideshow by gegerechristopher

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Nikon 1.4x Teleconverter (A + B) applications:
Nikon AF Tele-Converters for Nikkor Lenses -TC-14A and TC-14B
 
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Video Test: Nikon Nikkor 500mm f/4P lens at f/5.6, same tripod spot as on photos.
Nikon D810 camera, 1920 x 1080, 60-fps.
(I should have panned slower. Video mode has 1.1x crop-factor. = Now I know.)
Wyoming, Bighorn Mountains.
-- Make sure YouTube res is set to 1080 HD.
 
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(4-minute) Video:
How to set-up a manual-focus lens to 'inform' an AF camera.
Or look-up "Non-CPU lens" in your Nikon camera's manual index.
Because it is a manual-focus lens: even this CPU "P" lens data has to be entered: 500mm, f/4. (Simple to do.) - Any Questions?
 
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Check these sample photos.
All images taken with a Nikkor 500mm f/4P lens on a Nikon body.

Nikkor 500mm f/4P
 

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