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Nikon Nikkor 85mm F/3.5 G Micro ED DX AF-S VR Autofocus Lens For APS-C Sensor DSLRS {52}

KEH Model# 284097
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With Case, Caps and Hood
$399.00

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Nikon Nikkor 85mm F/3.5 G Micro ED DX AF-S VR Autofocus Lens For APS-C Sensor DSLRS {52}

KEH Model# 284097

$399.00

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Nikon Nikkor 85mm F/3.5 G Micro ED DX AF-S VR Autofocus Lens For APS-C Sensor DSLRS {52} Description

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Compact, DX-Format Micro Lens Nikon VR II Image Stabilization Focuses to 10.8inches producing a 1:1 Image M/A Focus Mode Switch

A lens that is considered a macro lens is one that has two main factors. The lens element is flatter than a normal lens and it has a focusing ring that allows closer focus than a normal lens. Most lenses of this type can reproduce an image at a ratio of 1:2. That means that you can have the image on the sensor or film that is ½ the size of the object in real life. Some have a 1:1 ration, which will put the exact real life size on the film or sensor. These lenses are made for a variety of uses. Nature photos of things like bugs and flowers are a popular use. Since the glass if flatter than a normal photo lens, it is best for taking photos of flat objects such as document, coins and stamps. Although this lens type was designed for these photography types, it can be used in normal photography as well. They don’t quite have the maximum f/stop of normal lenses, however.  The same rule applies to the macro lens as with others, the focal length is based on a full-frame film or digital camera and must be multiplied by a factor based on the sensor size. Macro lenses come in sizes generally of 50mm, 60mm, 70mm, 80mm, 100mm, 180mm and sometimes higher or lower. Look for the word “macro” in the description.  There are a few true zoom macros, but on zoom lenses if it shows macro, it means that you can focus closer than typically a similar lens without macro. 

DX-format medium telephoto Micro Nikkor lens is ideal for extreme close-up and general photography with continuous autofocus from infinity to life-size (1:1). Vibration Reduction, engineered specifically for each VR Nikkor lens, enables handheld shooting at up to 4 shutter speeds slower than would otherwise be possible, assuring dramatically sharper images.

KEH Specifications

  • Focal Length: 85mm (170mm on DX)
  • Aperture Maximum: f3.5
  • Aperture Minimum: f32
  • Camera Mount Type: Nikon F
  • Format Compatibility: Nikon DX
  • Angle of view: 18 degrees
  • Minimum Focus Distance: 11.26" (28.60 cm)
  • Elements/Groups: 14/10
  • Diaphragm Blades: 9
  • Vibration Reduction: Yes. Nikon VR II Image Stabilization
  • Autofocus: Yes
  • Tripod Collar: No
  • Filter Thread: 52 mm
  • Dimensions: 2.9" x 3.9" / 7.37 x 9.91 cm
  • Weight: 355 g / 12.52 oz

Specifications

Miscellaneous

Compatibility

Nikon Digital SLR Cameras

Application/Usage Camera

Physical Characteristics

Lens Mount Nikon G

General information

Product Line Nikkor
Manufacturer Part Number 2190
Brand Name Nikon

Technical Information

Minimum Focus Distance 12"
Lens Construction 14 Elements in 10 Groups
Fixed Focal Length 85 mm
Maximum Aperture Fixed 3.5
Filter Attachment Diameter 52 mm
Lens Type Macro

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