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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 6 - 2019
Nikkor 105mm f1.8 on DSLR

Nikkor 105mm f1.8

Nikkor 105mm f/1.8, manual lens with 9 aperture blades …
and the closest focusing distance is 42 in… with a smooth and wonderful bokeh
Nikon mounted to the DSLR body (EOS 1000d)? yup … why not
using a lens adapter of course ..


Key Features
Lens Type Telephoto
Camera Type SLR
For Camera Brand Nikon
Focus Type Manual


Technical Features
Lens Construction 5 Elements in 4 Groups
Min Aperture f/22
Max Aperture f/1.8
Filter Size 62 mm
Minimum Focusing Distance 42 in


Dimensions
Diameter 2.5 in
Length 2.7 in
Weight 15.36 oz


Miscellaneous
Zoom Adjustment Fixed Focal Length Lens


S p o n s o r e d L i n k s

the following is the performance this old school lens on EOS body
*an object with a shiny surface is chosen, and is placed under direct sunlight, to test the level of the lens’s CA (Chromatic Aberation)


bokeh comparison

Nikkor 105mm f1.8 on DSLR

Nikkor 105mm f1.8 on DSLR



f/1.8
feels soft and CA will appear, as with most lenses with wide apartures

Nikkor 105mm f1.8 on DSLR

Nikkor 105mm f1.8 on DSLR




f/2.8
CA decreases and appears sharper.
Nikkor 105mm f1.8 on DSLR

Nikkor 105mm f1.8 on DSLR




f/4
CA disappears.
Nikkor 105mm f1.8 on DSLR

Nikkor 105mm f1.8 on DSLR




f/5.6
That’s one heck of a sharp image!
Nikkor 105mm f1.8 on DSLR

Nikkor 105mm f1.8 on DSLR

click for some sample shots taken with the Nikkor 105mm f/1.8mm AIs






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