Coastal Opt 60mm F/4 UV-VIS-IR Apo Macro (Jenoptik)

Macro lens • Digital era

APO The lens features apochromatic optical design.
MACRO Macro lens. Designed specially for shooting close-ups of small subjects but can be also used in other genres of photography, not necessarily requiring focusing at close distances.
Coastal Opt 60mm F/4 UV-VIS-IR Apo Macro (Jenoptik)

Nikon F

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:April ⋅ 4月 1959
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Mechanical ⋅ 機械的
Speeds ⋅ 速度:1 - 1/1000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:No ⋅ 番号

Nikkormat FS

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1965
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Mechanical ⋅ 機械的
Speeds ⋅ 速度:1 - 1/1000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:No ⋅ 番号
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:146x95x33mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:715g

Nikkormat FT

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1965
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Mechanical ⋅ 機械的
Speeds ⋅ 速度:1 - 1/1000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:146x95x33mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:745g

Nikkormat FTN

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1967
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Mechanical ⋅ 機械的
Speeds ⋅ 速度:1 - 1/1000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:148x95x54mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:765g

Nikon F2

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:November ⋅ 11月 1971
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Mechanical ⋅ 機械的
Speeds ⋅ 速度:10 - 1/2000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:No ⋅ 番号
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:152.5x98x65mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:730g

Nikkormat EL

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1972
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:4 - 1/1000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:145x93.5x54.5mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:780g

Nikkormat FT2

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1975
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Mechanical ⋅ 機械的
Speeds ⋅ 速度:1 - 1/1000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:148x96x54mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:780g

Nikkormat ELW

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1976
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:4 - 1/1000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:145x93.5x54.5mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:790g

Nikkormat FT3

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1977
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Mechanical ⋅ 機械的
Speeds ⋅ 速度:1 - 1/1000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:148x96x54mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:750g

Nikon EL2

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1977
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:8 - 1/1000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:145x93.5x54.5mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:780g

Nikon FM

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1977
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Mechanical ⋅ 機械的
Speeds ⋅ 速度:1 - 1/1000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:142x89.5x60.5mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:590g

Nikon FE

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1978
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:8 - 1/1000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:142x89.5x57.5mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:590g

Nikon EM

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1979
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:1 - 1/1000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:135x86x54mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:460g

Nikon F3

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1980
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:8 - 1/1000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:148.5x96.5x65.5mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:700g

Nikon FG

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1982
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:1 - 1/1000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:136x87.5x54mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:490g

Nikon FM2

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1982
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Mechanical ⋅ 機械的
Speeds ⋅ 速度:1 - 1/4000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:142.5x90x60mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:540g

Nikon FA

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1983
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:1 - 1/4000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:142.5x92x64.5mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:625g

Nikon FE2

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1983
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:8 - 1/4000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:142.5x90x57.5mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:550g

Nikon FG-20

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1984
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:1 - 1/1000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:136x88x54mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:440g

Nikon N2000

35mm MF film SLR camera

Also known as ⋅ としても知られている:Nikon F-301
Announced ⋅ 発表:1985
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:1 - 1/2000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:148.5x97.5x54.5mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:570g

Nikon N2020

35mm AF film SLR camera

Also known as ⋅ としても知られている:Nikon F-501
Announced ⋅ 発表:1986
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:1 - 1/2000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:148.5x97.5x54.5mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:610g

Nikon N4004

35mm AF film SLR camera

Also known as ⋅ としても知られている:Nikon F-401
Announced ⋅ 発表:1987
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:1 - 1/2000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:154x102x65.5mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:645g

Nikon F4

35mm AF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1988
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:30 - 1/8000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:168.5x117.5x76.5mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:1090g

Nikon N8008

35mm AF film SLR camera

Also known as ⋅ としても知られている:Nikon F-801
Announced ⋅ 発表:1988
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:30 - 1/8000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:153.6x102.5x67.5mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:695g

Nikon N4004S

35mm AF film SLR camera

Also known as ⋅ としても知られている:Nikon F-401S
Announced ⋅ 発表:1989
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:1 - 1/2000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:154x102x65.5mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:650g

Nikon N6000

35mm MF film SLR camera

Also known as ⋅ としても知られている:Nikon F-601M
Announced ⋅ 発表:1990
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:30 - 1/2000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:154.5x96x65mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:565g

Nikon N6006

35mm AF film SLR camera

Also known as ⋅ としても知られている:Nikon F-601
Announced ⋅ 発表:1990
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:30 - 1/2000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:154.5x100x66.5mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:650g

Nikon N5005

35mm AF film SLR camera

Also known as ⋅ としても知られている:Nikon F-401X
Announced ⋅ 発表:1991
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:30 - 1/2000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:154x102x65mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:647g

Nikon N8008S

35mm AF film SLR camera

Also known as ⋅ としても知られている:Nikon F-801S
Announced ⋅ 発表:1991
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:30 - 1/8000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:154x103x67mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:695g

Nikon N90

35mm AF film SLR camera

Also known as ⋅ としても知られている:Nikon F90
Announced ⋅ 発表:1992
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:30 - 1/8000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:154x106x69mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:755g

Nikon N50

35mm AF film SLR camera

Also known as ⋅ としても知られている:Nikon F50
Announced ⋅ 発表:1994
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:30 - 1/2000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:149x96x70mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:580g

Nikon N70

35mm AF film SLR camera

Also known as ⋅ としても知られている:Nikon F70
Announced ⋅ 発表:1994
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:30 - 1/4000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:151x103x70mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:585g

Nikon N90S

35mm AF film SLR camera

Also known as ⋅ としても知られている:Nikon F90X
Announced ⋅ 発表:1994
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:30 - 1/8000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:154x106x69mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:755g

Nikon FM10

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1995
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Mechanical ⋅ 機械的
Speeds ⋅ 速度:1 - 1/2000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:139x86x53mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:420g

Nikon F5

35mm AF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1996
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:30 - 1/8000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:158x149x79mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:1210g

Nikon FE10

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1996
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:8 - 1/2000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:139x86x53mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:400g

Nikon F100

35mm AF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:1999
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:30 - 1/8000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:155x113x66mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:785g

Nikon N60

35mm AF film SLR camera

Also known as ⋅ としても知られている:Nikon F60
Announced ⋅ 発表:1999
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:30 - 1/2000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:148.5x96x69mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:575g

Nikon N65

35mm AF film SLR camera

Also known as ⋅ としても知られている:Nikon F65
Announced ⋅ 発表:2000
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:30 - 1/2000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:139.5x92.5x65.5mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:395g

Nikon N80

35mm AF film SLR camera

Also known as ⋅ としても知られている:Nikon F80
Announced ⋅ 発表:2000
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:30 - 1/4000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:141.5x98.5x71mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:515g

Nikon FM3A

35mm MF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:2001
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:8 - 1/4000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:142.5x90x58mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:570g

Nikon N55

35mm AF film SLR camera

Also known as ⋅ としても知られている:Nikon F55
Announced ⋅ 発表:2002
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:30 - 1/2000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:129x92x65mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:350g

Nikon N75

35mm AF film SLR camera

Also known as ⋅ としても知られている:Nikon F75
Announced ⋅ 発表:2003
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:30 - 1/2000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:131x92.5x65mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:380g

Nikon F6

35mm AF film SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:2004
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 24mm
Shutter type ⋅ シャッタータイプ:Focal-plane ⋅ フォーカルプレーン
Shutter model ⋅ シャッターモデル:Electronically controlled ⋅ 電子制御
Speeds ⋅ 速度:30 - 1/8000 + B
Exposure metering ⋅ 露出測光:Through-the-lens (TTL) ⋅ スルーザレンズ
Exposure modes ⋅ 露出モード:Programmed Auto ⋅ プログラムされた自動
Aperture-priority Auto ⋅ 絞り優先オート
Shutter-priority Auto ⋅ シャッター優先オート
Manual ⋅ マニュアル
Dimensions ⋅ 寸法:157x119x78.5mm
Weight ⋅ 重さ:975g

Nikon D3

35mm AF digital SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:August ⋅ 8月 2007
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 23.9mm
Resolution ⋅ 解像度:4256 × 2832 - 12 MP
Sensor type ⋅ センサータイプ:CMOS
Image stabilizer ⋅ 手ぶれ補正:-

Nikon D700

35mm AF digital SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:July ⋅ 7月 2008
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 23.9mm
Resolution ⋅ 解像度:4256 × 2832 - 12 MP
Sensor type ⋅ センサータイプ:CMOS
Image stabilizer ⋅ 手ぶれ補正:-

Nikon D3X

35mm AF digital SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:December ⋅ 12月 2008
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:35.9 × 24mm
Resolution ⋅ 解像度:6048 × 4032 - 24 MP
Sensor type ⋅ センサータイプ:CMOS
Image stabilizer ⋅ 手ぶれ補正:-

Nikon D3s

35mm AF digital SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:October ⋅ 10月 2009
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 23.9mm
Resolution ⋅ 解像度:4256 × 2832 - 12 MP
Sensor type ⋅ センサータイプ:CMOS
Image stabilizer ⋅ 手ぶれ補正:-

Nikon D4

35mm AF digital SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:January ⋅ 1月 2012
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 23.9mm
Resolution ⋅ 解像度:4928 × 3280 - 16 MP
Sensor type ⋅ センサータイプ:CMOS
Image stabilizer ⋅ 手ぶれ補正:-

Nikon D800

35mm AF digital SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:February ⋅ 2月 2012
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:35.9 × 24mm
Resolution ⋅ 解像度:7360 × 4912 - 36 MP
Sensor type ⋅ センサータイプ:CMOS
Image stabilizer ⋅ 手ぶれ補正:-

Nikon D800E

35mm AF digital SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:February ⋅ 2月 2012
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:35.9 × 24mm
Resolution ⋅ 解像度:7360 × 4912 - 36 MP
Sensor type ⋅ センサータイプ:CMOS
Image stabilizer ⋅ 手ぶれ補正:-

Nikon D600

35mm AF digital SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:September ⋅ 9月 2012
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:35.9 × 24mm
Resolution ⋅ 解像度:6016 × 4016 - 24 MP
Sensor type ⋅ センサータイプ:CMOS
Image stabilizer ⋅ 手ぶれ補正:-

Nikon D610

35mm AF digital SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:October ⋅ 10月 2013
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:35.9 × 24mm
Resolution ⋅ 解像度:6016 × 4016 - 24 MP
Sensor type ⋅ センサータイプ:CMOS
Image stabilizer ⋅ 手ぶれ補正:-

Nikon Df

35mm AF digital SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:November ⋅ 11月 2013
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 23.9mm
Resolution ⋅ 解像度:4928 × 3280 - 16 MP
Sensor type ⋅ センサータイプ:CMOS
Image stabilizer ⋅ 手ぶれ補正:-

Nikon D4s

35mm AF digital SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:February ⋅ 2月 2014
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:36 × 23.9mm
Resolution ⋅ 解像度:4928 × 3280 - 16 MP
Sensor type ⋅ センサータイプ:CMOS
Image stabilizer ⋅ 手ぶれ補正:-

Nikon D810

35mm AF digital SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:June ⋅ 六月 2014
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:35.9 × 24mm
Resolution ⋅ 解像度:7360 × 4912 - 36 MP
Sensor type ⋅ センサータイプ:CMOS
Image stabilizer ⋅ 手ぶれ補正:-

Nikon D750

35mm AF digital SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:September ⋅ 9月 2014
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:35.9 × 24mm
Resolution ⋅ 解像度:6016 × 4016 - 24 MP
Sensor type ⋅ センサータイプ:CMOS
Image stabilizer ⋅ 手ぶれ補正:-

Nikon D810A

35mm AF digital SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:February ⋅ 2月 2015
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:35.9 × 24mm
Resolution ⋅ 解像度:7360 × 4912 - 36 MP
Sensor type ⋅ センサータイプ:CMOS
Image stabilizer ⋅ 手ぶれ補正:-

Nikon D5

35mm AF digital SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:January ⋅ 1月 2016
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:35.9 × 23.9mm
Resolution ⋅ 解像度:5588 × 3712 - 21 MP
Sensor type ⋅ センサータイプ:CMOS
Image stabilizer ⋅ 手ぶれ補正:-

Nikon D850

35mm AF digital SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:August ⋅ 8月 2017
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:35.9 × 23.9mm
Resolution ⋅ 解像度:8256 × 5504 - 45 MP
Sensor type ⋅ センサータイプ:CMOS
Image stabilizer ⋅ 手ぶれ補正:-

Nikon D780

35mm AF digital SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:January ⋅ 1月 2020
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:35.9 × 23.9mm
Resolution ⋅ 解像度:6048 × 4024 - 24 MP
Sensor type ⋅ センサータイプ:CMOS
Image stabilizer ⋅ 手ぶれ補正:-

Nikon D6

35mm AF digital SLR camera

Announced ⋅ 発表:February ⋅ 2月 2020
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Format ⋅ フォーマット:35.9 × 23.9mm
Resolution ⋅ 解像度:5568 × 3712 - 21 MP
Sensor type ⋅ センサータイプ:CMOS
Image stabilizer ⋅ 手ぶれ補正:-

Designed for ⋅ のために設計された

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Features highlight ⋅ 機能のハイライト

UV - Vis - IR
APO
5 FL
F.E.
Auto
MF
Macro 1:1.5

Specification ⋅ 仕様

Some basic information is missing as it was not provided by the manufacturer.
製造元から提供されていないため、一部の基本情報が欠落しています。

Production details ⋅ 制作内容
Announced ⋅ 発表:January ⋅ 1月 2008
Production status ⋅ 生産状況:In production ⋅ 生産中
Production type ⋅ 生産タイプ:<No information ⋅ 情報なし>
Original name ⋅ 元の名前:Coastal Opt 60mm 1:4 UV-VIS-IR Apo Macro
Optical design ⋅ 光学設計
Focal length ⋅ 焦点距離:60mm
Speed ⋅ スピード:F/4
Maximum format ⋅ 最大フォーマット:35mm full frame ⋅ 35mmフルフレーム
Mount ⋅ マウント:Nikon F
Flange focal distance ⋅ フランジバック:46.5mm
Diagonal angle of view ⋅ 対角画角:39.6° (35mm full frame ⋅ 35mmフルフレーム)
26.5° (Nikon F APS-C)
Lens construction ⋅ レンズ構造:10 elements ⋅ 要素 - 9 groups ⋅ グループ
5 FL
Floating element system
Diaphragm mechanism ⋅ ダイヤフラムメカニズム
Diaphragm type ⋅ ダイヤフラムタイプ:Automatic ⋅ 自動
Number of blades ⋅ 絞り羽根の数:7
Focusing ⋅ フォーカシング
Closest focusing distance ⋅ 最短撮影距離:0.264m
Maximum magnification ratio ⋅ 最大倍率:1:1.5 at the closest focusing distance ⋅ 最寄りの距離で
Focusing method ⋅ フォーカシング方法:<No information ⋅ 情報なし>
Focusing modes ⋅ フォーカシングモード:Manual focus only ⋅ マニュアルフォーカスのみ
Manual focus control ⋅ マニュアルフォーカス制御:Focusing ring ⋅ フォーカシングリング
Physical characteristics ⋅ 体格的特徴
Weight ⋅ 重量:535g
Maximum diameter x Length ⋅ 最大直径x長さ:⌀68.4×73.4mm
Weather sealing ⋅ ウェザーシーリング:-
Fluorine coating:-
Accessories ⋅ 付属品
Filters ⋅ フィルタ:Screw-type ⋅ ネジ式 52mm
Lens hood ⋅ レンズフード:<No information ⋅ 情報なし>

Manufacturer description #1

Coastal Optical Systems Inc. are pleased to introduce the new CoastalOpt 60mm UV-VIS-IR 1:4 Apo Macro lens.

A first in optical design, the 60mm UV-VIS-IR 1:4 Apo Macro provides full apochromatic correction over an extraordinarily broad waveband ranging from the onset of atmospheric ultraviolet transparency at 315nm to the limit of CCD/CMOS sensitivity at 1100nm in the infrared.

Ordinary quartz-fluorite lenses cannot be colour corrected into the infrared due to limitations inherent in these optical materials. The 60mm UV-VIS-IR 1:4 Apo Macro lens achieves unprecedented correction from UV through IR by combining fluorite and quartz with elements made from carefully selected high transmission glasses.

An advanced floating element optical formula, including five elements made from calcium fluoride crystal, ensures stunning performance under all conditions. Ghosts and hotspots are eliminated by a combination of optical design and advanced ultra-broadband AR coatings.

The product of a technological partnership between Coastal Optical Systems and Caldwell Photographic Inc., this lens is ideal for forensics, crime scene documentation, medicine, science, and fine art photography.

Manufacturer description #2

High performance UV-VIS-IR lens for forensics, science, and fine art:

  • Perfect lens for Fuji IS Pro DSLR
  • Ideal for Forensics and Law Enforcement
  • Superb correction from UV thru IR
  • No focus shift from UV thru IR
  • Excellent UV transmission
  • Flare and ghosting minimized across the UV–IR spectrum with advanced ultra broadband AR coatings
  • Automatic diaphragm for maximum viewfinder brightness
  • Precision manual focus with long life all-metal construction
  • Advanced floating element design including five calcium fluoride elements ensures stunning performance in all conditions

Manufacturer description #3

Multispectral High-Performance Lens

The Jenoptik UV-VIS-IR 60 mm 1:4 lens is a APO macro lens designed to maximize the performance across the UV-IR spectrum. The advanced floating element design and advanced ultra broadband AR coating make this lens a stunning performer in all conditions.

This lens is well-suited for a variety of applications in the fields of forensics, science, fine arts and law enforcement.

Features:

  • No focus shift from UV-IR
  • Excellent UV transmission
  • Automatic diaphragm for maximum viewfinder brightness
  • Perfect lens for Fuji IS Pro DSLR

Manufacturer description #4

Monday, 14 December 2009 12:11

An issue of "hotspotting" with the 60 mm CoastalOpt® UV-VIS-NIR lens for a limited set of operational parameters has been discussed in several photography blogs.

Background

Hotspotting is an optical issue. Specifically, a central hotspot is a ghost image of the aperture stop created by two ghost reflections. These reflections can occur between any two lens surfaces, or it can be a reflection off the sensor or coverglass followed by a reflection from a lens surface.

In the case of the CoastalOpt® 60mm lens there is never a sharply focused ghost image of the stop, even at closest focus. However when you focus to 1:3 a very weak and defocused hotspot begins to appear at small apertures, and it becomes more prominent as you focus closer. Based on analysis of the optical design and experimentation, we believe that the cause of the problem in our case is a pair of lens surface reflections in the fixed rear group.

Also note that the production lenses (all lenses past the first 5 units) are identical to the prototypes with respect to the hotspot issue. There has been no change to either the optical or the coating design. The only differences between prototype and production lenses are 1) a minor mechanical issue has been corrected in the production lenses, and 2) the production lenses have a superior cosmetic finish on the outer barrel parts.

The workaround

The hotspot issue still exists for close-up shots (1:3 and closer) taken at small apertures. A workaround for macro photography is to focus the lens no closer than 1:3 and then use extension rings to achieve the desired close-up magnification.

How much extension tube is needed?

  • 8 mm of extension with the lens set at 1:3 takes the overall performance 1:2
  • 18 mm of extension with the lens set at 1:3 take the overall performance to 1:1.5
  • 20.5 mm of extension with the lens set at 1:3 take the overall performance to 1:1.4

For very high magnifications the lens should work very well reversed on a bellows with the focus ring set to the reciprocal of the magnification, but we have not thoroughly tested this for hotspots.

Alternatives

In the end there is no simple modification to the lens to eliminate the issue without significantly effecting performance in other areas. The workaround with an extension tube is the best alternative. For the vast majority of owners of this lens, using an extension tube for these specific conditions is a more attractive alternative than giving up the performance the lens offers in other situations.

The lens we continue to manufacture and sell today is the same optical and mechanical design that has been manufactured since 2008.

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The lens was originally designed by Brian Caldwell for Coastal Optics and marketed by Coastal Optics from 2008, before the company was acquired by Jenoptik.

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35mm full frame

43.27 24 36
  • Dimensions: 36 × 24mm
  • Aspect ratio: 3:2
  • Diagonal: 43.27mm

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Among autofocus lenses designed for 35mm full-frame mirrorless cameras only. Speed of standard and telephoto lenses is taken into account.

Professional lens (Top class)

One of the best short telephoto macro primes

According to lens-db.com; among lenses designed for the same maximum format and mount.

Apochromatic optical design

All glass elements in an optical system refract light in certain colors to a different extent. This leads to the effect that not all rays of light from a multi-colored subject are focused at a single imaging point – the result of this is chromatic aberration.

In this lens, the chromatic aberration is minimized by apochromatic correction.

A need for apochromatic correction arose with the increasing popularity of color film. Now, with high-resolution digital sensors, the need for superior control of chromatic aberrations is even more pertinent than when film changed from monochrome to color.

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Quality control issues

The manufacturer of this lens does not provide adequate quality control. If you do decide to purchase this lens, do not order it online, but choose the best copy available in the store. In any case, there may also be problems with the build quality, and warranty repairs can take months.

Image stabilizer

A technology used for reducing or even eliminating the effects of camera shake. Gyro sensors inside the lens detect camera shake and pass the data to a microcomputer. Then an image stabilization group of elements controlled by the microcomputer moves inside the lens and compensates camera shake in order to keep the image static on the imaging sensor or film.

The technology allows to increase the shutter speed by several stops and shoot handheld in such lighting conditions and at such focal lengths where without image stabilizer you have to use tripod, decrease the shutter speed and/or increase the ISO setting which can lead to blurry and noisy images.

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Aspherical elements

Aspherical elements (ASPH, XA, XGM) are used in wide-angle lenses for correction of distortion and in large-aperture lenses for correction of spherical aberration, astigmatism and coma, thus ensuring excellent sharpness and contrast even at fully open aperture. The effect of the aspherical element is determined by its position within the optical formula: the more the aspherical element moves away from the aperture stop, the more it influences distortion; close to the aperture stop it can be particularly used to correct spherical aberration. Aspherical element can substitute one or several regular spherical elements to achieve similar or better optical results, which allows to develop more compact and lightweight lenses.

Use of aspherical elements has its downsides: it leads to non-uniform rendering of out-of-focus highlights. This effect usually appears as "onion-like" texture of concentric rings or "wooly-like" texture and is caused by very slight defects in the surface of aspherical element. It is difficult to predict such effect, but usually it occurs when the highlights are small enough and far enough out of focus.

Low dispersion elements

Low dispersion elements (ED, LD, SD, UD etc) minimize chromatic aberrations and ensure excellent sharpness and contrast even at fully open aperture. This type of glass exhibits low refractive index, low dispersion, and exceptional partial dispersion characteristics compared to standard optical glass. Two lenses made of low dispersion glass offer almost the same performance as one fluorite lens.

Low dispersion elements

Low dispersion elements (ED, LD, SD, UD etc) minimize chromatic aberrations and ensure excellent sharpness and contrast even at fully open aperture. This type of glass exhibits low refractive index, low dispersion, and exceptional partial dispersion characteristics compared to standard optical glass. Two lenses made of low dispersion glass offer almost the same performance as one fluorite lens.

Canon's Super UD, Nikon's Super ED, Pentax' Super ED, Sigma's FLD ("F" Low Dispersion), Sony' Super ED and Tamron's XLD glasses are the highest level low dispersion glasses available with extremely high light transmission. These optical glasses have a performance equal to fluorite glass.

High-refraction low-dispersion elements

High-refraction low-dispersion elements (HLD) minimize chromatic aberrations and ensure excellent sharpness and contrast even at fully open aperture.

High Index, High Dispersion elements

High Index, High Dispersion elements (HID) minimize chromatic aberrations and ensure excellent sharpness and contrast even at fully open aperture.

Anomalous partial dispersion elements

Anomalous partial dispersion elements (AD) minimize chromatic aberrations and ensure excellent sharpness and contrast even at fully open aperture.

Fluorite elements

Synthetic fluorite elements (FL) minimize chromatic aberrations and ensure excellent sharpness and contrast even at fully open aperture. Compared with optical glass, fluorite lenses have a considerably lower refraction index, low dispersion and extraordinary partial dispersion, and high transmission of infrared and ultraviolet light. They are also significantly lighter than optical glass.

According to Nikon, fluorite easily cracks and is sensitive to temperature changes that can adversely affect focusing by altering the lens' refractive index. To avoid this, Canon, as the manufacturer most widely using fluorite in its telephoto lenses, never uses fluorite in the front and rear lens elements, and the white coating is applied to the lens barrels to reflect light and prevent the lens from overheating.

Short-wavelength refractive elements

High and specialized-dispersion elements (SR) refract light with wavelengths shorter than that of blue to achieve highly precise chromatic aberration compensation. This technology also results in smaller and lighter lenses.

Blue Spectrum Refractive Optics

Organic Blue Spectrum Refractive Optics material (BR Optics) placed between convex and concave elements made from conventional optical glass provides more efficient correction of longitudinal chromatic aberrations in comparison with conventional technology.

Diffraction elements

Diffraction elements (DO, PF) cancel chromatic aberrations at various wavelengths. This technology results in smaller and lighter lenses in comparison with traditional designs with no compromise in image quality.

High refractive index elements

High refractive index elements (HR, HRI, XR etc) minimize field curvature and spherical aberration. High refractive index element can substitute one or several regular elements to achieve similar or better optical results, which allows to develop more compact and lightweight lenses.

Apodization element

Apodization element (APD) is in fact a radial gradient filter. It practically does not change the characteristics of light beam passing through its central part but absorbs the light at the periphery. It sort of softens the edges of the aperture making the transition from foreground to background zone very smooth and results in very attractive, natural looking and silky smooth bokeh.

Original name

Lens name as indicated on the lens barrel (usually on the front ring). With lenses from film era, may vary slightly from batch to batch.

Format

Format refers to the shape and size of film or image sensor.

35mm is the common name of the 36x24mm film format or image sensor format. It has an aspect ratio of 3:2, and a diagonal measurement of approximately 43mm. The name originates with the total width of the 135 film which was the primary medium of the format prior to the invention of the full frame digital SLR. Historically the 35mm format was sometimes called small format to distinguish it from the medium and large formats.

APS-C is an image sensor format approximately equivalent in size to the film negatives of 25.1x16.7mm with an aspect ratio of 3:2.

Medium format is a film format or image sensor format larger than 36x24mm (35mm) but smaller than 4x5in (large format).

Angle of view

Angle of view describes the angular extent of a given scene that is imaged by a camera. It is used interchangeably with the more general term field of view.

As the focal length changes, the angle of view also changes. The shorter the focal length (eg 18mm), the wider the angle of view. Conversely, the longer the focal length (eg 55mm), the smaller the angle of view.

A camera's angle of view depends not only on the lens, but also on the sensor. Imaging sensors are sometimes smaller than 35mm film frame, and this causes the lens to have a narrower angle of view than with 35mm film, by a certain factor for each sensor (called the crop factor).

This website does not use the angles of view provided by lens manufacturers, but calculates them automatically by the following formula: 114.6 * arctan (21.622 / CF * FL),

where:

CF – crop-factor of a sensor,
FL – focal length of a lens.

Mount

A lens mount is an interface — mechanical and often also electrical — between a camera body and a lens.

A lens mount may be a screw-threaded type, a bayonet-type, or a breech-lock type. Modern camera lens mounts are of the bayonet type, because the bayonet mechanism precisely aligns mechanical and electrical features between lens and body, unlike screw-threaded mounts.

Lens mounts of competing manufacturers (Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Sony etc.) are always incompatible. In addition to the mechanical and electrical interface variations, the flange focal distance from the lens mount to the film or sensor can also be different.

Lens construction

Lens construction – a specific arrangement of elements and groups that make up the optical design, including type and size of elements, type of used materials etc.

Element - an individual piece of glass which makes up one component of a photographic lens. Photographic lenses are nearly always built up of multiple such elements.

Group – a cemented together pieces of glass which form a single unit or an individual piece of glass. The advantage is that there is no glass-air surfaces between cemented together pieces of glass, which reduces reflections.

Flange focal distance

The flange focal distance (FFD), sometimes called the "flange back", is the distance from the mechanical rear end surface of the lens mount to the focal plane.

Focal length

The focal length is the factor that determines the size of the image reproduced on the focal plane, picture angle which covers the area of the subject to be photographed, depth of field, etc.

Speed

The largest opening or stop at which a lens can be used is referred to as the speed of the lens. The larger the maximum aperture is, the faster the lens is considered to be. Lenses that offer a large maximum aperture are commonly referred to as fast lenses, and lenses with smaller maximum aperture are regarded as slow.

In low-light situations, having a wider maximum aperture means that you can shoot at a faster shutter speed or work at a lower ISO, or both.

Floating element system

Provides correction of aberrations and ensures constantly high image quality at the entire range of focusing distances from infinity down to the closest focusing distance. It is particularly effective for the correction of field curvature that tends to occur with large-aperture, wide-angle lenses when shooting at close ranges.

Closest focusing distance

The minimum distance from the focal plane (film or sensor) to the subject where the lens is still able to focus.

Closest working distance

The distance from the front edge of the lens to the subject at the maximum magnification.

Magnification ratio

Determines how large the subject will appear in the final image. For example, a magnification ratio of 1:1 means that the image of the subject formed on the film or sensor will be the same size as the subject in real life. For this reason, a 1:1 ratio is often called "life-size".

Electromagnetic diaphragm control system

Provides highly accurate diaphragm control and stable auto exposure performance during continuous shooting.

Convex protruding front element

The convex front element protrudes from the lens barrel, making it impossible to use filters.

Manual diaphragm

The diaphragm must be stopped down manually by rotating the detent aperture ring.

Preset diaphragm

The lens has two rings, one is for pre-setting, while the other is for normal diaphragm adjustment. The first ring must be set at the desired aperture, the second ring then should be fully opened for focusing, and turned back for stop down to the pre-set value.

Semi-automatic diaphragm

The lens features spring mechanism in the diaphragm, triggered by the shutter release, which stops down the diaphragm to the pre-set value. The spring needs to be reset manually after each exposure to re-open diaphragm to its maximum value.

Automatic diaphragm

The camera automatically closes the diaphragm down during the shutter operation. On completion of the exposure, the diaphragm re-opens to its maximum value.

Number of blades

As a general rule, the more blades that are used to create the aperture opening in the lens, the rounder the out-of-focus highlights will be.

Some lenses are designed with curved diaphragm blades, so the roundness of the aperture comes not from the number of blades, but from their shape. However, the fewer blades the diaphragm has, the more difficult it is to form a circle, regardless of rounded edges.

At maximum aperture, the opening will be circular regardless of the number of blades.

Weight

Excluding case or pouch, caps and other detachable accessories (lens hood, close-up adapter, tripod adapter etc.).

Maximum diameter x Length

Excluding case or pouch, caps and other detachable accessories (lens hood, close-up adapter, tripod adapter etc.).

For lenses with collapsible design, the length is indicated for the working (retracted) state.

Weather sealing

A rubber material which is inserted in between each externally exposed part (manual focus and zoom rings, buttons, switch panels etc.) to ensure it is properly sealed against dust and moisture.

Lenses that accept front mounted filters typically do not have gaskets behind the filter mount. It is recommended to use a filter for complete weather resistance when desired.

Fluorine coating

Helps keep lenses clean by reducing the possibility of dust and dirt adhering to the lens and by facilitating cleaning should the need arise. Applied to the outer surface of the front and/or rear lens elements over multi-coatings.

Filters

Lens filters are accessories that can protect lenses from dirt and damage, enhance colors, minimize glare and reflections, and add creative effects to images.

Lens hood

A lens hood or lens shade is a device used on the end of a lens to block the sun or other light source in order to prevent glare and lens flare. Flare occurs when stray light strikes the front element of a lens and then bounces around within the lens. This stray light often comes from very bright light sources, such as the sun, bright studio lights, or a bright white background.

The geometry of the lens hood can vary from a plain cylindrical or conical section to a more complex shape, sometimes called a petal, tulip, or flower hood. This allows the lens hood to block stray light with the higher portions of the lens hood, while allowing more light into the corners of the image through the lowered portions of the hood.

Lens hoods are more prominent in long focus lenses because they have a smaller viewing angle than that of wide-angle lenses. For wide angle lenses, the length of the hood cannot be as long as those for telephoto lenses, as a longer hood would enter the wider field of view of the lens.

Lens hoods are often designed to fit onto the matching lens facing either forward, for normal use, or backwards, so that the hood may be stored with the lens without occupying much additional space. In addition, lens hoods can offer some degree of physical protection for the lens due to the hood extending farther than the lens itself.