Nikon 1-mount

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Nikon 1-mount
The Nikon 1 series of 2011 embodies the first Nikon CX format.
Type Bayonet

The Nikon 1-mount is a type of interchangeable lens mount developed by Nikon for its Nikon CX format mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras. The 1-mount was first introduced on the Nikon 1 series in 2011, and features a bayonet mount.

Nikon 1 V1 with Nikkor VR 10-100mm f/4.5-5.6 PD-Zoom and ME-1 stereo microphone in HD-video use

Compatibility to Nikon F-mount[edit]

The F-mount adapter FT1 enables the use of all F-mount lenses especially with integrated autofocus motor. The FT1 adapter mounts and meters with all AI-P, AF, AF-S, D and G lenses and compatibles providing autofocus with all lenses with integrated autofocus motor.[1] It further mounts Pre-AI, AI, AI-S and E lenses without metering as well as lenses which jut out the F-mount (needing mirror lock-up on cameras with mirror). Also not recommended,[2] it is used with teleconverters for extreme telephotos.[3][4]

Lenses[edit]

Zoom lenses[edit]

Lens[5] 35mm equiv focal length Elements/ Groups Angle of view Aperture Range Focus Weight Size (Diameter × Length) Filter Thread
1 Nikkor VR 6.7-13 mm 18-35 mm 11/7 100° - 63° f/3.5/5.6 - f/16 0.25m–∞ 125 g 56.5 x 46 mm 52 mm
1 Nikkor VR 10-30 mm 27-82 mm 12/9 77° - 29°40’ f/3.5/5.6 - f/16 0.2m–∞ 115 g 57.5 x 42 mm 40.5 mm
1 Nikkor 11-27.5 mm 30-75 mm 8/6 72° - 32°20’ f/3.5/5.6 - f/16 0.32m–∞ 83 g 57.5 x 31 mm 40.5 mm
1 Nikkor VR 10-100 mm 27-273 mm 19/12 77° - 9°10’ f/4.0/5.6 - f/16 0.35/1.0/0.65m–∞ 298 g 60.5 x 70.5 mm 55 mm
1 Nikkor VR 30-110 mm 82-300 mm 18/12 29°40’ - 8°20’ f/3.8/5.6 - f/16 1.0m–∞ 180 g 60 x 61 mm 40.5 mm
1 Nikkor VR 70-300 mm 191-818 mm 16/10 13° - 3° f/4.5/5.6 - f/16 1.0m/1.6m/1.6m–∞ 550 g 73 x 108 mm 62 mm
Nikon V1 with 10-30mm zoom fitted, and 30-110mm zoom to one side

Power zoom lenses[edit]

Lens[5] 35mm equiv focal length Elements/ Groups Angle of view Aperture Range Focus Weight Size (Diameter × Length) Filter Thread
1 Nikkor VR 10-100 mm 27-273 mm 21/14 77° - 9°10’ f/4.5/5.6 - f/16 0.3/0.85m–∞ 530 g 77 x 95 mm 72 mm
1 Nikkor VR 10-30mm 27-82 mm 9/7 77° - 29°40' f/3.5/5.6 - f/16 0.2m–∞ 85 g 58 x 28 mm -

Prime lenses[edit]

Lens[5] 35mm equiv focal length Elements/ Groups Angle of view Aperture Range Focus Weight Size (Diameter × Length) Filter Thread
1 Nikkor 10 mm 27 mm 6/5 77° f/2.8 - f/11 0.2m–∞ 77 g 55.5 x 22 mm 40.5 mm­
1 Nikkor 18.5 mm 50 mm 8/6 46°40’ f/1.8 - f/16 0.2m–∞ 70 g 56 x 36 mm 40.5 mm
1 Nikkor 32 mm 87 mm 9/7 28° f/1.2 - f/16 0.45m–­­­­­­­­­∞ 235 g 65.5 x 47 mm 52 mm

Future lenses[edit]

At the Nikon 1 launch in October 2011, Nikon showcased seven prototype lenses.[6] As of October 2012, five of these prototypes have become official.

  • "For Snapshots - normal prime lens" (Released as 18.5mm f/1.8)
  • "Pocket-Size - thin, normal zoom lens" (Released as 11-27.5mm f/3.5-5.6)
  • "For Travel - high power zoom lens" (Released as 10-100mm f/4-5.6)
  • "For Landscapes - wide-angle zoom lens" (Released as 6.7-13mm f/3.5-5.6 VR)
  • "For Portraits - fast prime lens" (Released as 32mm f/1.2)
  • "For Sports - super-telephoto zoom lens" (Released as 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 VR)
  • "For Closeups - micro lens"

Separately, Nikon has filed patents for the following lenses. Some correspond to the aforementioned lenses demonstrated at the launch.[7]

Zoom lenses[edit]

  • 1 NIKKOR VR 9-25mm f/2.8-5.0 (24-70mm equiv)[8]
  • 1 NIKKOR VR 9-43mm f/2.8-5.6 (24-120mm equiv)

Prime lenses[edit]

  • 1 NIKKOR 14mm f/2.8 (35mm equiv "pancake" lens)[9]

Macro lenses[edit]

  • 1 MICRO-NIKKOR 37mm f/2.4 (100mm equiv)[10]
  • 1 MICRO-NIKKOR 40mm f/2.8 (105mm equiv)[11]
  • 1 MICRO-NIKKOR VR 60mm f/3.8 (162mm equiv)[12]

Third-party lenses[edit]

  • Tamron f/2 primes (28mm / 35mm / 38mm / 40mm)[13]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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