Nikon AF DX Fisheye-Nikkor 10.5mm f/2.8G ED
|AF DX Fisheye-Nikkor 10.5mm f/2.8G ED|
|Frame coverage:||APS-C 1.5x|
|Aperture (max/min):||f/2.8 - f/22|
|Construction:||7 groups / 10 elements|
|# Diaphragm blades:||7 (rounded)|
|Close focus distance:||0.14m|
|Filter diameter:||Rear gelatin type|
|Lens hood:||Built in|
|Angle of view|
|Diagonal:||180° (with DX format)|
Nikon announced the lens on 22 July 2003. It was the first prime lens released by Nikon specifically designed for Nikon DX format DSLR cameras. The lens produces a distinctive rectangular fisheye image, which fills the DX format frame (as opposed to a circular fisheye lens which produces a circular image). The lens does not support autofocus on the D40, D40X, D60, D3000, and D5000 as it does not have a built in focus motor.
- 10.5mm focal length (approximately equivalent to a 16mm lens used on a 135 film format camera).
- Nikon F-lens mount exclusively for use with Nikon DX format DSLRs.
- Full 180 degree angle of view.
- Rectangular fisheye image.
- 10 elements in 7 groups.
- 1 ED (extra low dispersion) glass element.
- Built in hood.
- Rear gelatin filter (no front filter thread).