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Fastest wide-angle manual Nikkor lens.

Ideal for photojournalism and other low-light applications.

Close Range Correction (CRC) system assures high quality even at minimum focusing distance (1 ft.).

Note: Available through special order only against confirmed and non-cancelable orders. Allow 60 to 120 days for delivery. Subject to limited availability.

NIKKOR 35mm f/1.4 4.4 5 7 7
Great depth of field, sharpness and color clarity. Real good for close ups on fishing trips.Color slides are magnificent with this lens.Lens is very sturdy and focuses nicely.Too many people are stating flaws for these manual lenses because they are using digital slrs.They are just fine using film slrs. Film slides rock. November 11, 2011
One of the best ever This is indeed my favorite lens: Super fast, absolutely perfect performer already at 2.8, and it has the special Nikkor magic :) at a decent price ... April 18, 2011
best!!!! Fantastic, 20 years old and still be the best. Only one defect: no beautiful bokeh at f2 and f2.8, but at f1.4.... WOW!!!! And all details are captured! It's the best for me. April 14, 2011
Pricey but one gets what they pay for Fast, accurate with the flexibllity to be used for landscape vistas, individual/group portraits and specialized areas like HDR photographs this lens will meet or exceed your expectations; or at least it has for me. April 14, 2011
My companion It's a great lens, has some chromatic aberration and looks "soft" at f/1.4, but if you see with detail it still sharp at the center in this aperture, in the other apertures it evolve to it's greatness excepting at f/16 because diffraction. I found it's best performance to be at f/5.6 and f/8. I think it could be pricy but you will love it, it's optical quality is even better than other 35mm newer lenses (nikon included). August 28, 2014
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Can I use this lense with the Nikon d5100?

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Is there a specific setting I have to use before I put it on? Or will it just work with the manual settings?
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Yes, and no. Yes it will mount, but no, you will not have auto-focus or metering.
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Will this lens work with a nikon d7000?

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AI-S and is compatible with D800
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Can I use this lens whit Nikon D3100 or I need some adapter

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If I need adapter I want to know what model and where I can buy it... thx //fgdiaz
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No adapter required. It is a beautiful manual focus lens. If you purchase set aperture ring to f/16 and adjust aperture with the camera.
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Will this lens work on a nikon d90

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Yes it ia a manual focus lens and is compatible with the D90. Aperture ring must be set at f/16 and aperture adjustment is done with the camera.
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What are the transmission characteristics at the extreme uv?

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Has the throughput of this lens as a function of wavelength been ascertained? What's the transmission out at 200 nm? Can this lens be constructed out of fused silica or other UV compatible materials? As you may have gathered interested in using this lens for a research application.
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