We know that Nikon is a first-line brand of cameras. Both Nikon cameras and Nikon lenses are giants. Beginners who hate photography will choose Nikon cameras or lenses. But for beginners, Nikon lenses have many letter marks, such as VR marks on some high-end Nikon lenses. So what does VR mean in Nikon lenses?

What is Nikon lens VR technology and what is its function

VR in Nikon lens is actually camera anti shake technology. VR (vibration reduction) camera anti shake technology is an optical technology that can improve the image blur caused by camera vibration. It can quickly take pictures when the shutter speed is reduced by three gears, allowing the use of long focus lens to take clear pictures. When a photographer takes a picture of a moving object, the system even automatically detects the movement of the camera. VR operation can only be performed on the newer Nikon camera.

When a photographer takes a picture of a moving object, the system even automatically detects the movement of the camera. VR operation can only be performed on individual Nikon cameras, and VR lens is the original lens of Nikon company, which can provide distinctive defocus image control function.

For example, the VR on Nikon’s 120-300 mm lens stands for anti shake, that is to say, the lens of this camera is equipped with anti shake function, and now Nikon’s lenses are all equipped with VR. Nikon’s first generation VR technology can effectively reduce the 3-speed shutter, and the lens of the new vrii system can help the photographer to achieve the same stable shooting effect at the shutter speed.

What is Nikon lens VR technology and what is its function

Nikon’s new VR anti shake technology is an epoch-making technology. What’s more valuable is that the effect of VR shock absorption can be observed through the viewfinder, and it can work correctly when capturing the subject in AF auto focus mode. For the camera which is compensated by CCD moving, the damping system can only work after the shutter is released, so it is impossible to watch the damping effect through the viewfinder.

     

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