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Nikon - AF 16mm f2.8D Fish-Eye Lens
Quick Overview |
* Full frame 180° fisheye coverage with Nikon's advanced D-type autofocus lens technology.
* Bright f/2.8 aperture for photographing in dim light or with fast shutter speeds.
* High-contrast images even at full aperture
* Lens Construction: 8 elements in 5 groups
* Picture Angle: 180°
* Minimum Focus Distance: 0.85 feet
* Attachment/Filter Size: Rear bayonet
* Dimensions (diameter x length - in.): 2.5 x 2.2 inches
* Weight (oz.): 10.1 oz
* Nikon Lens Hood: Built-in flower type
* Case(s): Hard Case CL-31S
* Included Accessories: Bayonet filters: L37C, A2, B2, O56

SportsShooter Member Rating | 10
List Price | $1050.00
More Information | http://www.samys.com/product.php?ItemNo=NIKO1910


|| Member Feedback   [add your comments]
Brandon VandeCaveye Photographer
Chatham | Ontar | Canada
Comments | [05/28/06] Have to agree with Aaron, lens hood should be metal. Mine is starting to slip off while just being on the lens. Other than that it is a great little lens. I use mine almost everyday on a Nikon Digital. Don't really have any complaints at all. Over than its to wide at times, but thats not really the lens' fault. Nice and light as well.
Rating | 10

Aaron Johnson Photographer
Loves Park | IL | U.S.A.
Comments | [08/27/03] I have used this lens for several years with no problems. Perfect for the shots where you want to get close and do something different. I really like the idea of bayonet filters. Quick, easy changeover. The only thing to change would be to have a metal lens cap like the older Nikon fisheye's instead of the plastic one that keeps falling off. Other than that, perfect.
Rating | 10



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