Nikon 105mm f2.8 G AF-S VR IF ED Micro Nikkor Lens



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The key features of the Nikon 105mm f2.8 G AF-S VR IF ED Micro Nikkor Lens
The world's first macro lens equipped with VR.
VR II function offers the equivalent stability of a shutter speed that is 4 stops faster.
SWM (Silent Wave Motor) enables quiet autofocusing with quick and convenient switching between autofocus and manual operation.
An ED glass element minimizes chromatic aberration.
Nano Crystal Coat drastically reduces flare ensuring finely detailed, clear images.
IF (Internal Focusing) design for fixed lens length and non-rotating front element allows the use of circular polarizing filters and lens-mounted flash accessories.
Focus options - Automatic with manual override and Manual only.
9-blade rounded diaphragm makes out-of-focus elements blend together smoothly for natural-looking backgrounds.
62 mm diameter filter attachment (non-rotating).
Attribute Value
Lens Type:Macro Prime
Focal length - wide (mm):105
Focal length - tele (mm):105
Max aperture - wide:2.8
Max aperture - tele:2.8
Minimum aperture:32
Minimum focus distance (m):0
Image stabilisation:Yes
Sensor Format:FX
Lens mount:Nikon F
Lens elements:14
Lens groups:12
Aperture blades:9
Filter thread (mm):62
Enlargement Ratio:1:1.0
Autofocus motor:SWM
Focus mechanism:Internal Focusing
MF switch:Yes
Colour:Black
Size:83 x 116 mm
Weight (g):720
Hood model:HB-38

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