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nikon 85mm 1.8 g – AF-S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G Nikkon 85mm 1.8mm price in India

31 May

1.8 g AF-S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G

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nikon 85mm 1.8 g Nikon dslr lenses

The AF-S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G is a fast and medium-telephoto fixed focal length lens with a focal length of 85mm and a maximum aperture of f/1.8 compatible with the Nikon FX-format digital SLR cameras. Even with this, the AF-S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G is very lightweight at roughly 350g, allowing users to easily carry their camera around with this lens mounted.

Fast aperture, medium telephoto portrait lens for exceptional stills and HD video

Designed for use on Nikon’s FX-format D-SLR cameras, this updated medium telephoto f/1.8 lens is great for shooting stills or HD videos. The AF-S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G features Nikon’s Internal Focus (IF) system providing fast and quiet AF and produces sharp and clear images at all apertures. Its fast maximum aperture is ideal for taking stills or HD videos under ideal lighting, in low light, head and shoulder portraiture, weddings or concerts. When mounted on a DX-format D-SLR, the AF-S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G has an effective field of view of 127mm.

g Specifications

  • Mount Type
    Nikon F-Bayonet
  • Focal Length
    85mm
  • Maximum Aperture
    f/1.8
  • Minimum Aperture
    f/16
  • Format
    FX/35mm
    DX
  • Maximum Angle of View (DX-format)
    18°50′
  • Maximum Angle of View (FX-format)
    28°30′
  • Maximum Reproduction Ratio
    0.12x
  • Lens Elements
    9
  • Lens Groups
    9
  • Compatible Format(s)
    FX
    DX
    FX in DX Crop Mode
    35mm Film
  • Diaphragm Blades
    7
  • Distance Information
    Yes
  • Super Integrated Coating
    Yes
  • Autofocus
    Yes
  • AF-S (Silent Wave Motor)
    Yes
  • Internal Focusing
    Yes
  • Minimum Focus Distance
    2.62 ft.
  • nikon 85mm 1.8 g Focus Mode
    Auto
    Manual
  • G-type
    Yes
  • nikon 85mm 1.8 g Filter Size
    67mm
  • Accepts Filter Type
    Screw-on
  • Dimensions
    (Approx.) 3.1 x 2.9 in. (Diameter x Length)
    80 x 73mm (Diameter x Length)
  • Weight
    (Approx.) 12.4 oz. (350g)
  • Supplied Accessories with nikon 85mm 1.8 g
    • LC-6 Snap-on Front Lens Cap
    • HB-62 Bayonet Lens Hood
    • LF-4 Rear Lens Cap
    • CL-1015 Semi-soft Lens Case

Nikon 85mm 1.8 g

Lens Construction (Elements/Groups) 9 elements / 9 groups
Picture Angle with 35mm (135) format 28° 30
Picture Angle with Nikon DX Format 18° 50
Minimum f/stop >16
Closest focusing distance 0.8 m
Maximum reproduction ratio 0.124x
Filter Attachment Size 67 mm
Lens Cap Snap-on
Lens Hood HB-62
Lens Case CL-1015

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DSLR lense guide

25 May

So, you’ve bought a camera. Go on, click photos of the places you’ve always loved to visit! The Landscapes, Beaches, Tajmahal, your son’s cricket match! But wait. What was the last one? The cricket match. That’s gonna be tricky. Especially if you can’t zoom in on your son hitting that sweep shot and neither can you get a close shot without getting punched in the face by your son’s coach!

Don’t worry though; a simple change of lenses will help you get that shot. You just have to figure out your requirements as a photographer before even thinking of buying one. For shots like the one described above, a telephoto lens would work just fine for you. Even a zoom lens would work well if you’re in the front few rows.

So, a major part of your decision should be affected by the type of photography you want to do. There are a number of pros and cons to any given lens in the given setting. A telephoto is great for outdoor shooting but no one can get a good shot in a party with it! Similarly, while checking out the aperture, think about the lighting you are going to be shooting in. If it’s really low, you need a high aperture, somewhere on the lines of f/1.8 but if the lighting is normal, you should do fine with an f/4. If you want a blurred background in your picture, the highest aperture is the way to go.

You should also keep in mind the range of focal length that you want to be working with. Aperture and focal length are the main factors involved in the pricing of a lens. The cheapest lens you’ll get will have unchangeable focal length and a maximum aperture of f/5.6., but you wouldn’t want that would you?

Also, there is a load of other stuff that’ll send the price of your lens sky rocketing, like image stabilization, crop reduction, noise reduction etc but you can decide if you want those features or not. Image stabilization won’t really help you if your hand is shaky or the subject moves, but on the other hand will reduce blurs if you’re working with low shutter speed and no tripod.

All said and done, you still have to decide what your priorities are when shooting. As for the buying of a new lens, think carefully because a wrong choice can burn a humongous hole in your pocket!

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