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The widest available commercial wideangle in 35mm Photography.
(Took many hours to make it nice on the webpage, Like it ?)
The 15mm Ultra wide Angle and the 16mm Full frame fisheye can be accessed here.
Nikkor 13mm f/5.6
Sweeping 118° picture coverage.
Straight line rendition of subjects.
Immense depth of field.
Floating Element System for improved close focusing performance - down to one foot (0.3m).
Built-in scalloped lens hood.
Supplied with a set of 4 rapidmount bayonet filters (plain glass, yellow, orange, and red), a slip-on front lens cap, and hard lens case.
Photographic application include single shot "panoramas," architecture, interiors, and extreme ultra-wideangle effects in fashion, product, industrial, and travel photography.
Focal length/Aperture: 13mm f/5.6 Lens construction: 16 elements in 12 groups Picture angle: 118° Diaphragm: Automatic Aperture scale: f/5.6~ f/22 on both standard and aperture-direct readout scale Exposure measurement: Via full aperture method; meter coupling ride provided for Al cameras and meter coupling non-AI cameras Distance scale: Graduated in meters and feet from 0.3m (1' to infinity (oo)) Weight: 1 .2kg Dimensions: 115mm dia. x 101mm long (overall); 88.5mm extension from flange Filters: Provided; Y48, 056, R60, plain glass (N) Front lens cap: Slip-on Lens hood: BuiIt-in (fixed), Lens case: CL-14 (provided)
This is NOT a fisheye lens.
It is a true wideangle - optical and mechanically. The next closest to this lens is the Canon's 14mm F2.8L, just fits between the next Nikkor offering, 15mm F3.5. The optical construction is quite complex as you can refer to the chart on the left.
Note: This lens is only available by special order.
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