Lenses -> Nikon 135mm F2 D AF DC Lens
This top-drawer fast telephoto Nikkor lens features defocus-image control, offering the photographer the ability to selectively defocus off-subject areas for that perfect portrait shot. The Nikon 135mm DC has a rounded diaphragm opening, making out-of-focus elements appear more natural. The RF (Rear Focusing) system provides fast and smooth optical performance, and the large maximum aperture allows shooting in dim light. Features an integral lens hood.
|Specification / Feature||Value||Scores *||Rank **|
|Number of Lens Elements||7|
|Number of Lens Groups||6|
|Optical Zoom ||1.00||0.00||75|
|Max Aperture ||2||84.82||12|
|Max Aperture Wide ||2||84.82||12|
|Max Aperture Tele ||2||65.06||12|
|Focal Length Wide ||135||36.74||70|
|Focal Length Tele ||135||63.26||30|
|Min Aperture ||16|
|Magnification Ratio ||0.14x||1.82||33|
|Min Focus Distance ||1.1m||84.41||52|
|Sensor Format ||Full Frame|
|1st/3rd Party ||1st party|
|Lens Type ||Telephoto Prime|
|Image Stabilisation ||No|
|Video Lens ||No|
|Tilt Shift ||No|
|Weather Resistant ||No|
|Filter Thread Size (mm) ||72mm|
|Size (DxL) ||0mm|
|Lens Mount ||Nikon F (FX)|
|UK Price ||£1149.00 at Wex Photo Video (affiliate link)||31.13||306|
* - Scores are calculated by comparing numerical specifications with other cameras. The highest ranking camera for a specification acheives a score of 100. The lowest ranking camera is scored as 0 and all the other cameras are scored in between 0 and 100 according to their merit.
** - Rank is calculated by ordering the scores for all cameras in descending order. The best scoring camera for a particular feature / specification will have a rank of 1.
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