When removed, there are still little metal nubbins on the back of the lens that aren’t exactly comfortable for long-term use. Can be as wide as 220° or typically 180°. Fisheye lenses are based upon an equidistant projection formula, or an orthographic projection (OP). LW — Amphibian lens. Lens Formula 10 elements in 6 groups; 2 ED elements. Nikon updates a classic. Is it better than the original?
These new E-type lenses are CPU controlled, AF-S, and not to be confused with 1980’s MF Series-E lenses. The PC Micro-Nikkor 85 mm f/2.8D lens offers only preset aperture control, actuated mechanically by pressing a plunger. Coma performance top Coma (saggital coma flare) often causes weird smeared blobs to appear around bright points of light in the corners of fast or wide lenses at large apertures. In lenses that have it, coma goes away as stopped down. I see no coma in this lens.
The first was the 80-400mm f/4-5.6D ED VR Zoom Nikkor. DX Introduced in 2003. AF Nikon G lenses designed to just fill the frame of the DX format APS-C sensor size used in Nikon D-Series SLR cameras. Overall, considering how much this lens offers for its $2K price tag, it is truly revolutionary. Hood performance top The hood is better than most built-ins because it locks in the extended portion with a quarter-twist. It doesn’t keep working its way back in as most pull-out hoods that don’t lock do. The creator of the site will not be responsible for may discrepancies arise from such dispute except rectifying them after verification. «Nikon», «Nikkormat», «Nippon Kokagu KK» & «Nikkor» are registered tradename of Nikon Corporation Inc., Japan. Entire frame:MF 300 mm f/2.8 Nikkor (At f/5.6) Entire frame:AFS 300 mm f/4 Nikkor (At f/5.6) There is a small difference in colour rendition between these 300 mm lenses, with the older MF lens being slighly warmer, and the AFS 300 having subtly higher colour saturation.