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Nikon AF FX Fisheye-NIKKOR 16mm f/2.8D Fixed Lens with Auto Focus for Nikon DSLR Cameras
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- Fisheye 16mm
- Full-frame fisheye images with a picture angle of 180° (diagonal)
- Close-Range Correction (CRC) system provides high performance at both near and far focusing distances
- Nikon Super Integrated Coating for minimized flare and ghost, providing good color balance
- Picture angle: 180° [107° with Nikon digital cameras (Nikon DX format)]
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|Aperture Control Design||Includes aperture ring|
|Compatible Lens Hood Part Number||built-in|
|Compatible Mountings||Nikon F (FX)|
|Item Dimensions||2.48 x 2.48 x 2.24 inches|
|Item Weight||0.64 pounds|
|Lens Type||Prime lens|
|Macro Focus Range||0.25 m|
|Material Type||Metal mount|
|Maximum Aperture Range||F2.8|
|Maximum Focal Length||16 mm|
|Maximum Format Size||35mm full frame|
|Minimum Focal Length||16 mm|
|Number of Diaphragm Blades||7|
|Number of Elements||8|
|Number of Groups||5|
|Shipping Weight||1.19 pounds|
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on November 24, 2006
This is a terrific standard fisheye lens. Unlike many fisheyes, it creates a full-screen rectangular image. The filters that come with the lens are an added bonus. Wonderful and fun images can be created. Don't waste your money on the filter-type screw-on fisheye lenses that distort your image beyond all recognition and don't allow for correct metering or focusing. This has been a wonderful addition to my lens collection, and one that I frequently find myself pulling out of the bag for a special effect here and there - from a lying-on-the-ground in the forest photo, to a wrap-around view of the WDW castle...I mark it down one star only because of the price -- Nikon has several fisheye lenses, and all of them are overpriced for the limited use these lenses receive. Still, it is comperable in price to the 15/2.8 sigma fisheye with much better glass quality.
on February 25, 2007
This is a great lens for fun and creativity. Some call it an "armpit" lens as it gives you a 180 degree perspective. I find myself pulling this lens out of the bag more and more often as I see a landscape or object that deserves the wide perspective captured by this lens. Try taking photos of animals with it. Get close up and their noses come out large with the rest of their heads caught in a small wide-angle perspective - much fun. A photographer friend of mine shot cows with this lens, now be careful as you have to get pretty close, but his photos were hilarious! I highly recommend this lens. To save a couple of hundred dollars or so, find it used, but make sure it comes with the filters. My only complaint is the cap that Nikon provides with it. It slips off easily and since the lens can not fit a normal filter to protect the objective glass, you have a potential for scratching or at least getting the lens smudged - too much cleaning of glass is never good. I used double-sided tape inside the cap to help it stick to the built-in hood - seems to work - just make sure you trim the double-sided tape so it isn't touching the lens itself. Enjoy!
on August 22, 2010
I had been putting off buying this lens as I thought that it would get limited use. But then a few months ago, one of my friend's shots, inspired me to get this lens. Since then I have used it on a few occasions and can now say that it is one of my fave lenses. The crazy perspective and FOV allows one to get really creative shots. Check out some of my samples in the gallery.
Simple lightweight lens. Amazing results and great for landscapes. I took it to Niagara falls and amazing photos. These are raw photos from a Nikon D750 with this fisheye lens. I carry a travel zoon 24-120 f/4 and this fisheye lens while traveling. Please look at the attached photos of Cleveland Downtown and Niagara Falls, Canada for the proof of this lens. Hope this lasts a lifetime!
on April 4, 2013
I have used this lens on at least 5 occasions now and have experienced great results with it. If I had any complaint with this product it would be with the lens cover, a rather cheap plastic cover that looks like something that came off the end of a pipe, come-on Nikon I am sure you could do better than that to protect such a wonderful light capturing instrument.
on July 31, 2016
this is an excellent lens. i can stand across the street and get the whole shot of the building now. it's great for goofy close-ups, too. why did i take one star away? the front lens cap is too loose. many times, i go into my small bag for this lens and find the cap is not on it. i'm confident that i will eventually damage the glass unless i find a solution, e.g., buying a small lens bag to keep it in. for what you pay for this lens, you would think that the people at nikon would have been smart enough to include a soft or hard case for this lens like they have for other lenses.
on October 7, 2013
A couple of strips of Gaffer Tape snugs it up well enough. The lens: I bought this after a lot of thought about whether or not this was just 'a lark' / toy / Not Serious as a purchase, or whether I'd actually use it much. Although I haven't shot anything much lately (too much else going on at the moment), I did immediately take a good series of shots just around the house and the yard (and the sky, up and down the street, the mailbox + yard + house + neighbors yard + cul-de-sac (all in 1 shot). This thing is amazing. I'm learning that you can take 'fairly normal' looking shots if the main subject matter is horizontal across the center of the frame, or wild-and-crazy, earth-bending shots with just a little tilt of the lens. Night sky shots are simply awesome. This thing is serious fun, and I'm just getting started. It's not going to cure my fascination with telephoto zooms (birds in flight etc), but wide-angle with the fisheye is making me reevaluate using my 20-35mm zoom more often. I love this lens. (Looked long and hard at the Sigma 15mm, but so far glad I got the Nikon instead...)
on August 4, 2013
beautiful. just beautiful. I just did a wedding where this lens came in so handy for capturing the ambiance and mood of the entire night. The distortion around the edges are minimal to none based on how you angle the camera, and the feel of the pictures is like nothing you've ever seen before. I will be using this for quite a few years, me thinks.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Using this lens is a bit different than lenses without the aperture ring. However, once recognized, it adds some great artistic opportunities for those occasional photos...Read more
The best fisheye lens. Very sharp,required for landscape photographer..
love this lens, but I paid more for this lens than I did for my Nikon D7000.
This lens is a light weight and covers 180 degree. I have been enjoying this fish eye lens since purchased.
love it; fun and useful. I would definitely get if you like different options of small places or even landscapes.
This lens is a great fisheye for my Nikon. Does a great job. Love the lens.
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