J. Brian Caldwell
Zoom lenses with a focal length range of 28-200 mm have become very popular as an "all-in-one" lens for 35-mm SLR cameras. To date, this class of zoom lens is represented in U.S. literature by only a few, fairly recent patents. This month's design is an example of such a lens by Nikon, and is notable for its compactness and high image quality.
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Publish Date: 01 February 1998
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