Join Nikon Rep Jeff Mitchell on Saturday, August 27th to see the newest example of Nikon’s optical excellence. Jeff will have the lens on hand for you to see and experience in person.
Nikon has just unwrapped their latest advancement in state of optical precision. The new AF-S NIKKOR 105mm f/1.4E ED promises to set the standard against which all short telephoto lenses will be measured; the world’s first* full-frame 105mm with an f/1.4 aperture. This lens is marvel of optical precision, and its fast maximum aperture makes it an an ideal available light optic —perfect for portraiture or indoor sports.
The lens invites you to create beautiful portraits with minimal depth of field and its f/1.4 maximum aperture and nine-blade diaphragm produce a superior bokeh effect with large, smooth spheres with gradual alteration.
This lens is the culmination of Nikon’s expertise in lens design, optical excellence and industry leading innovation. Its new optical design creates ultra-high definition across the entire frame, especially when used with one of Nikon’s full-frame (FX) high-resolution DSLRs, and its fast aperture allows selective, artistic use of that resolution. The AF-S NIKKOR 105mm f/1.4E ED can defocus backgrounds with painterly finesse and isolate subjects with three-dimensional fidelity. For those seeking the ultimate in image quality in photography or videography, there’s no close second.
Maximum Angle of View: (DX-format)
Maximum Angle of View: (FX-format)
Maximum Reproduction Ratio
: 0.13 x
DX, FX in DX Crop Mode
Nano Crystal Coat:
ED Glass Elements
AF-S (Silent Wave Motor)
Minimum Focus Distance:
1.0 m (3.3 ft.) from focal plane
Accepts Filter Type:
Approx. Dimensions: (Diameter x Length)
3.7 in. (94.5 mm) x 4.2 in. (106 mm)
: 34.8 oz. (985 g)
Based on CIPA Guidelines
*Among AF lenses for digital SLRs compatible with FX-format image sensor; as of July 27, 2016; statement based on Nikon research.
Images c. Nikon, Drew Gurian, Vincent Versace