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High quality images of natural scenery, snapshots of daily life and low light situations are rendered with ease. Produce shallow depth of field looks with dreamy backgrounds and set your subjects apart using an f/2.8 aperture and 10mm (picture angle equivalent of a 27mm in 35mm format). Extremely compact and stylish, this is the lens you can take everywhere you go.
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Daily life clearly shared

Frame all to perfection

Don't miss any moment of life! Frame it to perfection—whether it's the whole family or just a single person, trust the 1 NIKKOR 10mm lens. Versatility and precision are yours with a wide aperture that makes everything from landscapes to close-ups brilliant.

Fast lens for stunning portraits

Tackle those low light situations

With an f/2.8 aperture, low light moments are captured with color clarity and soft background looks. 1 NIKKOR 10mm lens applies two aspherical lens elements to ensure only the highest quality images—even at the widest aperture settings—are obtained.

Scenery presented true to life

Great perspective shots with wide angle

Sweeping landscapes just as you remember them—retold with color clarity. A fast f/2.8 aperture is perfect for shallow depth of field or low light, while the 10mm wide angle surrenders natural perspective when shooting landscapes at any time of day or night.
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Rear Focusing

With Nikon's Rear Focusing (RF) system, all the lens elements are divided into specific lens groups, with only the rear lens group moving for focusing. This makes autofocusing operation smoother and faster.
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Aspherical lens element

Aspherical lenses virtually eliminate the problem of coma and other types of lens aberration - even when used at the widest aperture. They are particularly useful in correcting the distortion in wide-angle lenses. In addition, use of aspherical lenses contributes to a lighter and smaller lens design.
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Nikon Super Integrated Coating

To enhance the performance of its optical lens elements, Nikon employs an exclusive multilayer lens coating that helps reduce ghost and flare to a negligible level. Nikon Super Integrated Coating achieves a number of objectives, including minimized reflection in the wider wavelength range and superior color balance and reproduction.
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Fast, compact & Sharp! Opting straight for the Nikon 1 10mm kit, I simply love the new Nikon 1 system form factor that now accompanies me on all my work/photo trip worldwide. Without the need for a special adapter to affix a lens filter, a variety of photo effects can now be easily achieved with this fast prime glass! Awesome match for my Nikon 1 V1! December 11, 2011
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Why is there a small central shutter that closes when the camera turns off with this lens mounted?

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In front of the aperture is a little leaf style shutter that closes when the camera turns off. Is that just to protect the insides from accidental overheating during the day?
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It has a seven bladed iris diaphragm.
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That's not it at all. It is a completely separate part from the lenses iris. It closes in front of it. You can see from the back that the aperture is not closed down. And also yes lenses do overheat and so do cameras. Thats why lenses good lenses focus past infinity, so that under thermal expansion they still can focus accurately. This is tho only 1 system lens that has it and is also the only lens that ive ever held that has one except the lenses for my large format camera. But they have central shutters.
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Its just the gemetric of how the aperature was mechanically design. Lenses do not overheat.
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Nikon 1 format

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Is this new camera the micro 4/3 format?
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No its not. Only panasonic any olympus make M4/3
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10mm doesn't have image stabilization?

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I was planning to get this but I hesitated because it did not have image stabilization. Why does this lens not have this smart feature? Can the 10mm still take good pictures without image stabilization?
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The NIKKOR 1 10mm f/2.8 lens doesn't have Vibration reduction because it's a fix lens with a fast aperture.
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Besides the cost of having VR and trying to fit it in such a small lens there is no real reason to have VR when in such a small body lens combination and if shake is an issuea tripod can always be used.
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polarising filter

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are there polarising filters specially for this lens?
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I believe so. I bought a 2 Hoya lenses on Amazon for my 1 Nikkor lenses. A 40.5mm UV Filter and a 40.5mm Circular Polarizing Filter. I just recently received the V2 as a gift and plan on using this lens, along with the 18.5 f1.8 for general and real estate photography. I have used this lens for
general and street photography and so far so good. Fish
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Will this lens work with the D3000?

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This lens is a CX lens specifically designed for Nikon mirrorless cameras. Similar performance would be obtained on a D3000 with a 28mm lens. The D3000 is a DX format camera and is comptable with DX and FX AF-S style lenses. The D3000 does not have a built in focusing motor so non-AF-S lenses will not autofocus on the D3000.
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No, V1 and J1 only
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Is there a macro lens for the Nikon 1 V2?

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I currently have a Nikon 1 V2 with the 10 - 30 and the 30 - 110 lenses. Is there a better lens for macro shots?
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No.
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Not a Nikon 1 lens, but you can get the Nikon FT-1 adapter and use one of the macro lenses for Nikon DSLR's
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D5100

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Will the 1 Nikkor 10mm f/2.8 lense work on a nikon d5100?
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Yes, but it will not auto focus.(I assume you mean the 10.5mm fisheye)
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Will the 1 NIKKOR 10mm f/2.8 lens function on a D40X body?

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No, only designed for use with Nikon 1
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Will this work with a 3100?

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This lens is only compatible with the NIKON 1 series.
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Bokeh

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How is the bokeh quality with these lens? Can anybody who have used these lens please tell me? I like taking photography with the background creamy, soft and out of focus.
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The 10mm renders everything from gorgeous blurring of background to crystal-clear resolution edge-toedge. Extremely compact and stylish, this lens can be taken whereever you go.
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