ʻ೽྄
नၢᥭጌ
0.9
1.2
1.5
2.0
3.0
5.0
AF DC-Nikkor 105mm f/2D
Ck
ҋᅶᢪ೗Ϸ
En
User’s Manual
Supplied Accessories
72mm ు୫ਭᮨ࠽֏ሣ
72 mm snap-on front lens cap
Rear lens cap
ᮨ࠽َሣ
‫ތ‬A
‫ތ‬B
Ȥ
ᰡᰁ᪞х
ơmƢ
೽྄
f/2
0.90 – 0.90
1.21 – 1.19
1.51 – 1.49
2.02 – 1.98
3.05 – 2.95
5.15 – 4.86
165 – Ȥ
f/2.8
0.91 – 0.90
1.21 – 1.19
1.52 – 1.48
2.03 – 1.97
3.07 – 2.93
5.22 – 4.80
117 – Ȥ
f/4
0.91 – 0.90
1.21 – 1.19
1.52 – 1.48
2.04 – 1.96
3.11 – 2.90
5.31 – 4.73
83 – Ȥ
f/5.6
0.91 – 0.89
1.22 – 1.18
1.53 – 1.47
2.06 – 1.94
3.15 – 2.86
5.45 – 4.62
59 – Ȥ
f/8
0.92 – 0.89
1.23 – 1.17
1.55 – 1.45
2.09 – 1.92
3.22 – 2.81
5.66 – 4.48
41 – Ȥ
f/11
0.92 – 0.88
1.24 – 1.16
1.57 – 1.44
2.13 – 1.88
3.32 – 2.74
5.99 – 4.30
29 – Ȥ
f/16
0.93 – 0.87
1.26 – 1.15
1.60 – 1.41
2.19 – 1.84
3.48 – 2.64
6.54 – 4.06
21 – Ȥ
ࠪցຈᄈ
1/8
1/11
1/14
1/18
1/28
1/47
1/ Ȥ
ʻᨀే
ơcmƢ
᪞х
PK ᄔ 2
PN ᄔ
Printed in Japan
SB3C01(27)
8MPJC327-01▲ G12
ࠪցຈᄈ
1/13.1 – 1/1.5
1/2.0 – 1/1.4
1/2.4 – 1/8
1/2.2 – 2.0
1/2.2 – 4.2
1
ᨀే
஢ేनᣳᘲ‫އ‬
31.5 Ć 47.2 – 3.6 Ć 5.5
4.8 Ć 7.2 – 3.5 Ć 5.2
5.9 Ć 8.8 – 1.4 Ć 2.0
5.2 Ć 7.9 – 1.2 Ć1.8
5.2 Ć 7.9 – 0.57 Ć 0.86
नၢᥭጌ
ࠪցຈᄈ
ᨀేơᮨ࠽‫᠆أ‬Ƣ
஢ేनᣳᘲ‫އ‬
नၢᥭጌ
154 – 37.4
42.0 – 37.1
45.7 – 40.2
43.5 – 41.9
43.5 – 62.1
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Ѧᒓᮨᕼ PB-4ˉPB-5
Ѧᒓᮨᕼ PB-6
ਠѦᮨᕼ PB-6E
1. ᮨ࠽‫᠆أ‬೎ು໿ҋᅶˊ
2. ᎁδϑಚ௳᨝ᅶЃ‫ת‬ვҋᅶ PK-11A ೎ƥԢвಚ௳մ᨝ᅶЃδ᥎ҋᅶЭ PK-11A տ PK-13ˉPK-11տ PK-13 ୈ PK-1տ PK-3 ሇ PK ᄔ೎ˊ᢭༉ଐƥPK-11
‫ ڔ‬PK-1ು໿ርఉࣴ᠆Ѓᮨ࠽ˊ
‫ތ‬C
ϔಞႝơᎢѱƢ
ଓᣖૣᨢᤑॆ਒Д‫ˊڳ‬ᢜ AF DC ॆԎऴ105mm f/2D ᮨ࠽ᑄ‫ى‬Ͻॆ਒ಖၢ‫ތ‬ӵఊց
ơDCƢ‫ੋސڔ‬ԍ‫ޑ‬ƥԇᡲૣ‫ޗ‬᜼‫֏׎‬೽ୈᔽ೽ϔႪѱሇٌ೎ҋരྊ೾नၢሇ‫ތ‬ӵ᪇թሷ
᥎ൌഛᖪၦˊ࣯ᨄԣࠩδϑ‫ظ‬టᴱᓪᅶપ‫ڔ‬ᖪ֬नၢ‫ਁأ‬ሇَᐵनၢơRFƢᐄᑏƴᮨ࠽
َ᪇Ԉх‫ޗ‬ᮨ᎑Ԭ᪇࿌֬ƥ‫ݿ‬๢ᮨ࠽ሇ઱ᮿ਌‫ޗ‬नၢ᧼ጫϔνѕಅ‫ˊب‬Ԭᒳᮨ࠽ᩑԍ
ᒱ‫ظ‬ҋ೗К᯷ԍλሇ഻ԍՐळտഡѭጫ਌ˊലᮨ࠽ᨄ‫ظ‬ϛၯሮസസᦳటҖᥭጌҴૉм
ᨆ៞‫׾‬೎ 3D ቻ᯹༻ԍୈ 3D ࠰љଓ‫ަݥ‬៣៧Ԋᯂԍሇᯂԍఊցˊ‫ޗ‬ҋᅶലД‫֏ڳ‬ƥ᢭
аᐷᯛᢱᨅЌெ‫ڔ׬‬ၯሮസᢪ೗ϷƥмҤૣ‫ޗ‬ᄕ‫ڔޗ‬Ъَ᪍ᕜԊթջᅶૣሇᮨ࠽ˊ
ҋᅶД‫֏ڳ‬᢭аᐷᯛᢱലҋᅶᢪ೗Ϸƥৰ᢭࡭‫ܐ‬ұᎫˊ
ࣴԘᲉቹ
᢭‫ޗ‬ҋᅶ֏аᐷᯛᢱǼࣴԘᲉቹǽ
ƥৰм๡ኵሇಲ໿ҋᅶˊലǼࣴԘᲉቹǽϔᡫ᧏Ͻ᫕
ᠳሇԬऑƥ‫ظ‬ҋૣᕜ࠲ࣴԘˉ๡ኵ‫ޞ‬ҋᅶД‫ڳ‬ƥৰᲒ᯶नૣୈвОᨲୄОᦳћऌୈᤆ
Д௬࠼ˊ᢭‫ޗ‬ᯛᢱϥَ࡭‫ܐ‬ұᎫƥмҤലД‫ڳ‬ሇ୛ണҋᅶᓥ‫ظ‬мᰡ೎ඇᯛˊ
ണԟெዥ
ലᗩϔඓ༉ሇெዥ‫ڔ‬٢Ϥ࡝λˊ
A ᡚ‫ ٴ‬៨ዥᘧνᩓࣳᢜᲇெዥୈ౯Ѹν੄ƥմണ‫ظ‬ᕜᨲୄО‫ٽ‬๨Џୈᤄ᫕ћሇԬऑˊ
ƥմണ‫ظ‬ᕜᨲୄО‫ٽ‬ћऌˉм‫ؠ‬ണ‫ظ‬ᕜ
A ༉ଐ ៨ዥᘧνᩓࣳᢜᲇெዥୈ౯Ѹν੄
ᨲୄႪ‫ڳ‬௬ऌሇԬऑˊ
ലᗩҋᅶмλ‫ތ‬ዥ‫ڔ‬፽‫ؿ‬न੶ᲉᩓࣳሇԬऑѸթᏚ‫ڔ‬ᢪ೗ˊ
‫ތ‬ዥ‫ڔ‬፽‫ؿ‬ሇँҐ
I
E
K
L፽‫ؿ‬៨ዥ‫ۥ‬᥎༉ଐơ‫ׇ‬ஷᡚ‫ٴ‬ƢሇԬऑˊ
‫ތޗ‬ዥϔୈ‫ތ‬ዥᰁᨀඓണԣѱሇ༉ଐԬऑơস‫ތ‬ϥҐϛ੄ੴᡌᆀƢ
ˊ
F፽‫ؿ‬៨ዥጂ๠ơνԇᡲᨆ៞ሇƢሇ៞ϛˊ
‫ތޗ‬ዥϔୈ‫ތ‬ዥᰁᨀඓണԣѱሇጂ๠Ԭऑơস‫ތ‬ϥҐϛጂ๠ஜᡊƢ
ˊ
D፽‫ؿ‬៨ዥਿց୭៞ơ੶᱇ᨆ៞Ƣሇ៞ϛˊ
‫ތޗ‬ዥϔୈ‫ތ‬ዥᰁᨀඓണԣѱሇਿց୭៞Ԭऑơস‫ތ‬ϥҐϛ‫ئ‬ՠᆀໆƢ
ˊ
A ᡚ‫ٴ‬
E
G
C
K
C
J
F
F
I
F
A
A
A
F
ʻ ᮨ࠽᪇х
q ༻ԍᓶ‫ى‬ᕠ
!4 Ԭᒳᮨ࠽ᩑԍᒱ
w CPU ఉဿ
!5 ԍ‫ޑ‬ርᢱֆ਌
e ԍ‫ޑ‬љᨩഽ
!6 ഡलԍ‫ޑ‬᭗ࣽഽ
ѧദᓶ‫ى‬ഽ
r EE
!7 ԍ‫ޑ‬ֆ਌
t ԍ‫ޑ‬ᄔ
!8 A-M าਭඓᡫ
y ԍ‫ ޑ‬/ ᮨ࠽ࣴ᠆ඓᡫ
!9 नၢᥭጌெዥፑ‫ح‬
u ೽྄ெዥơ೪ዥ f/16 ೎ሇ೽྄Ƣ
@0 नၢᥭጌெዥ
ᐗ࠮ᐰ៧ӧඓᡫơሄᗡƢ
i
@1 नၢᄔ
o A-M าਭᄔ᫓ಇைᬋ
@2 DC ᄔඓᡫ
!0 A-M าਭᄔ
@3 DC ᄔơّǼRǽ಺ᦾ‫ظ‬า᏷ᔽ೽ƥّ
ǼFǽ಺ᦾմ‫ظ‬า᏷֏೽Ƣ
!1 नၢᥭጌඓᡫ
ᮨ࠽ᮨ᎑
!2
@4 ᅶЃఊց‫ތ‬ӵา᏷ሇԍ‫ޑ‬ֆ਌
!3 DC ᄔ᭗ࣽைᬋơைѮ೎ᡊᰑ DC ᄔሇ᭗ࣽƢ
ʻ༉ଐЀᲇ
• ᢭ұ௄ CPU ᮨ࠽ఉဿྊ༚ৰलੴνᠳ௬ޫ CPU ఉဿˊ
• νᠳयмλ᪞хርఉࣴ᠆ᖭലᮨ࠽ƳPK-1ୈ PK-11ᖪ֬ਠѦᄔˉK1ୈ K2 ᄔˉBR-4ᖪ
֬ᄔˉBR-2 ੯ᥭ᨝᪞ᄔơPK-11AˉBR-6 ‫ ڔ‬BR-2A ‫ظ‬թռкഠ PK-11ˉBR-4 ‫ ڔ‬BR-2 ҋ
ᅶƢ
ˊᘧνᩓࣳ๢༉ଐЀᲇƥ‫ظ‬ᕜѕफᖮ௬ޫലᮨ࠽ሇ CPU ఉဿୈԢв᪇хˊԢвᮨ
࠽᪞х‫ظ‬ᕜξၯሮസνԧऑ ƴ᢭֩੶‫ޗ‬ҋᅶ֏Ԍඇᯛၯሮസሇᢪ೗Ϸˊ
• ലᮨ࠽ು໿ξᅶЃॆ਒ F3AF ၯሮസሇ DX-1‫ئ‬೽‫ݥ‬δ᥎ҋᅶˊ
ʻಖၢ‫ތ‬ӵఊցƳҋᅶDC ᄔơ‫ ތ‬AƢ
ᘧᠳҋᅶಖၢ‫ތ‬ӵఊցƥ᢭‫ޗ‬ைѮ DC ᄔ᭗ࣽᡊᰑைᬋሇٌ೎಺ᦾ DC ᄔˊᘧᠳา᏷
ᔽ೽Ⴊѱƥ᢭य DC ᄔّǼRǽ
ơَƢ಺ᦾˊّǼFǽ಺ᦾմ‫ظ‬า᏷֏೽Ⴊѱˊᨭ᧼಺ᦾ
DC ᄔҋ DC ᄔඓᡫξԍ‫֏੄ޑ‬୛ᨢሇ f ӖनḌƥૣ‫ޗظ‬হࡩา᏷ᔽ೽ୈ֏೽ϔႪѱሇ
ٌ೎ҋ஢ేनᣳྊ೾नၢƴय DC ᄔ಺ᦾᖭഛᴱӖ‫ظ‬ᚊ੧ൾၢಊ൤ˊ᢭ࡺᐹ‫ޗ‬नၢ
֏ࣽѬ࡛ᢜᄔƴ‫ޗ‬नၢَୈनၢ᭗ࣽ᧼ጫϔ಺ᦾ DC ᄔयѕҋ஢ేनᣳ࠼ၢˊ
᢭༉ଐƥ੄DC ᄔඓᡫξ 2 ϑ f/2 ѬᒳϥᯋሇဿनḌ೎‫ظ‬ᚊ੧ഡ࠵թ᧯ᄈƥৰς੄DC
ժ‫ׅ‬ᖪ៞ஜᡊˉһᄮୈಅ᠆ˊ ٞմयѕᨲୄᡌᆀˉ‫ؤ‬ᅴಉᰧৰफᖮ‫ا‬ћˊ ᄔࠨЃԢвѬᒳ೎ƥनၢᥭጌெዥ೪ዥሇᥭጌ‫ظ‬ᕜνٌЃँᰂनၢᥭጌˊಖၢ‫ތ‬ӵఊ
ցࠨЃണಊჁઔ೎ƥनၢᄔ‫ᦾ಺ظ‬ᖭᥑ᧼ುፁᨇሇѬᒳƥৰςට௳ DC ᄔѬᒳሇνٌƥ
ጂ๠ᡌዉ ੄Д‫ڳ‬ᅽЃᥥᚽᓨኞ௬ҋ੧Ԭ᪇࠮᱘೎ƥժ‫ׅ‬ᅶୡᡌዉ࠮᱘᪇թˊ ഡᨀनၢᥭጌ‫ظ‬ᕜѕ࠵Ѓ 0.9mˊ
ٞմयѕᨲୄᡌᆀˉୈᅽЃኞ௬᪇թᓨफᖮ‫ا‬ћˊ‫ئ‬ՠၯሮസᆀ
ಖၢ‫ތ‬ӵఊցሇಊ൤ට௳஢ేᄔࠏơ‫ׇ‬ஷ஢ేनᣳξᔽ೽ୈ֏೽ϥᯋሇᥭጌƢሇνٌ
፞‫ࡿ׾‬୩һᄮ ໆƥৰࡿ୩ᑀ᭖۵ୈॆ਒௼഼ሇᑢһദ֩ϔੴᨆ៞һᄮˊ
ᓨਧˊᘧԢಊ൤‫ئޗ‬೽‫ݥ‬ϔᰯмթ᧯ƥ᢭ᢌ஢δਵၯႜৰට௳᱇ᠳᢹಜ DC ᄔˊ
‫ئ‬ՠᆀໆ ੄‫ؤ‬ᄕД‫بڳ‬ၔˉԱ၌ୈ‫ؤ‬ՠၢ‫ڇ‬ᎋਧয়೎ƥ᢭፞ֆ‫ئ‬ՠၯሮസᆀໆˊ
ᘧ‫ޗ‬๢૮Ճλᑖᑛҋᅶƥयѕफᖮဟဨୈဧћˊ‫ئ‬ՠᆀໆ೎ƥ᢭लੴ‫ ׅ‬ʻ नၢ
፞‫ࡿ׾‬୩һᄮ ៿ၒћˊ‫ئ‬ՠᆀໆƥৰࡿ୩ᑀ᭖۵ୈॆ਒௼഼ሇᑢһദ֩ϔੴᨆ៞һᄮˊ ലᮨ࠽ಀ௄ A-M าਭᨢஶˊᘧᠳᨢஶ A-M าਭƥ᢭ைѮ A-M าਭᄔ᫓ಇைᬋৰٌ
ጂ๠ఉᡌາ ժ‫ׅ‬ཐԗາϔୈఉᡌտາƥୈ៿᰾າཱུྰˊ ٞմयѕफᖮ᥎ဟୈᡌᆀˊ ೎಺ᦾ A-M าਭᄔˊᨢஶ A ‫ظ‬ᨆ៞ᖪ֬नၢƥᨢஶ M մ‫ظ‬ᨆ៞ୡ֬नၢˊᨢஶν፽
‫ى‬ၯሮസनၢาਭሇ A-M าਭ‫ظ‬ᕜѕ௬ޫၯሮസˊ
ժ‫ޗׅ‬ണ‫ظ‬ᕜ᥎ဟˉႍှሇ‫ޡ‬୛ҋᅶˊ
ጂ๠ҋᅶ ‫ޗ‬ണφၖພˉ໑໱ˉ‫ظ‬ႄપ‫ܢ‬᱆֋ᎋ೙ႄપພѱˉᏝषሇ‫ޡ‬୛ҋ ʻ नၢ॓
мλၯሮസಀ௄ᅶЃνٌᮨ࠽ୈνٌ૮Ճλሇ࠰ጕनၢ॓ˊмλनၢ॓᨝ᅶЃലᮨ࠽ơ੄
ᅶД‫ڳ‬ƥयѕफᖮႍှୈဟဨˊ
य B2/B3ˉE2/E3 ୈ K2/K3 नၢ॓ᅶЃᱡ๢ࠨ୛ղၯሮസ೎ƥ᢭թռ‫؝‬ᓣ BˉE ୈ K ղƢƳ
ժ‫ׅ‬ᅶᮨ࠽ୈၯሮസርఉᠷሷ࠷᯷ୈਿԍˊ
ጂ๠ᠷሷ
ٞմयѕफᖮ࠼೗ୈᠺᠽ௬ћˊ
नၢ॓ EC-B/
ၯሮസ
EC-E A/L B C D E G1 G2 G3 G4 H1 H2 H3 H4 J K P M R T U
A ༉ଐ
F6
 


੄ੴᡌᆀ ժ‫ׅ‬ᅶྰୡᡌዉˊ ٞմयണ‫ظ‬ᕜफᖮᡌᆀˊ
{
F5+ DP-30
  


ጂ๠ಇᒳ ժ‫ࢬޗׅ‬৴ԅѦୡ‫ؠظ‬ϥࠨұᎫД‫ ˊڳ‬ٞմयണ‫ظ‬ᕜफᖮ‫ا‬ћˊ
(+0.5)
ᨆ៞ᨡԍ஢ే೎ƥ֩੶ҋ࠷᯷Ԋթӝጌᠺᡅˊ
{


F5+ DA-30



लੴҋᅶ ᯷ԍѕ‫ޗ‬ၯሮസԬ᪇ᔎၢƥৰണ‫ظ‬ᕜफᖮဟဨˊ
(+0.5)
(+1.0)
(+0.5)
࠷᯷ӝጌᠺᡅሇᥭጌ੯ल೎ƥϴണ‫ظ‬ᕜѕफᖮဟဨˊ
F4+ DP-20


{
 
νҋᅶ೎᢭ሣκᮨ࠽ሣƥୈұࣘ‫ޗ‬໢ണ᯷ԍၯमࠨˊ
࡭‫ܐ‬ұࣘ
F4+ DA-20


{
 
᯷ԍѕᔎၢƥৰണ‫ظ‬ᕜफᖮဟဨˊ
F3




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ᨆ៞ጥ֬೎ƥժ‫ׅ‬यၯሮസୈᮨ࠽ࣴ᠆‫ޗ‬ιᕫ൳κˊ
लੴጥ֬
౎Ӆˉዉౠ೎यണ‫ظ‬ᕜफᖮ‫ا‬ћˊ
Ƴ
ఋᙘҋᅶˊ
{Ƴ
‫ئޗ‬೽‫ݥ‬ϔ‫ظ‬ᠶྏೳơၯႜνѕ‫ا‬տ੓‫ڻ‬Ƣ
ˊ
ժ‫ׅ‬ಇᒳЃभᯄሇᦹ᧗ϔˉርम᯷ԍλୈԢ࣯ਧয়ᴱྛϥࠨˊ
ጂ๠ಇᒳ
ٞմयनԬ᪇᱃хᨲୄνᗟ੓‫ڻ‬ƥৰफᖮဟဨˊ
ጂ๠ஜᡊ
UƳ
թ॓೪ዥνѕటᴱनၢՋኵ਌ˊ
ஷ‫ؿ‬ϔሇಚ௳೤ெᅶЃϔ࠺᫕ဿ༻ԍሇകԍ៧ӧӖˊ੄ᢹಜ F6 ሇകԍ
៧ӧ೎ƥ᢭‫ޗ‬ᖪࣽϤᡷࣽ b6ơ
Ǽनၢ॓៧ӧǽ
ƢϔᨢஶǼԢвनၢ॓ǽƴ᢭
༉ଐƥҋᅶ B ୈ E м࠮ሇनၢ॓೎ƥ‫׾‬ҋകԍ៧ӧӖϛ 0ƥϴ੶Ᲊᨢஶ
ǼԢвनၢ॓ǽ
ˊF5 ‫ ڔ‬F4 ሇᅶୗ‫ظ‬թռҋᅶᖪࣽϤᡷࣽ18 ‫ڔ‬नၢ॓കԍ
៧ӧவሥᢹಜകԍ៧ӧ ƴണԟᢝᐷҴૉƥ᢭‫؝‬ᯛၯሮസሇᢪ೗Ϸˊ
ፄሄ‫ת‬ԈඨƳν᨝ᅶЃലᮨ࠽ˊ᢭༉ଐƥ‫ޗ‬ಇ࠵Ӄᄈϛ1Ƴ1ୈഛᴱ೎ƥM ߉नၢ॓Ь
‫ظ‬ᅶЃ೪੯஢ే‫ڔ‬੯ᥭ஢ేˊ
( )Ƴ
ၯሮസ‫ؠ‬ሮԟД‫ڳ‬ϔണຆണऌႪᤌୈԈᐆሇٍጣˉ٢᫗‫ؠ‬ᄔұҋᅶഭᰊᢪ೗
ᄔұ
ҋᅶ
ഭᰊ
‫ޗ‬ጫ৽ᖪ֬ୈઉᯀѓԌᖪ֬าਭλᨆ៞஢ే೎यԍ‫ޑ‬᭗ࣽϛ f/16ˊ
ˊ
1 यԍ‫ޑ‬ᄔ಺ᦾᖭഡलԍ‫ޑ‬ᡷࣽơf/16Ƣ
2 ബԍ‫ޑ‬ᄔ࿌֬᭗ࣽഽƥмҤ᭗ࣽഽκሇሄဿξ฾ဿनḌˊ
ᘧᠳᡊᰑ᭗ࣽƥ᢭ைሮ‫أ‬ಲّ࿌֬᭗ࣽഽˊ
ʻҋᅶԬᒳᮨ࠽ᩑԍᒱơ‫ ތ‬CƢ
ᘧᠳѦՠᩑԍᒱƥ᢭यԢடՠৰᨡ೎᫨಺ᦾտѬˊᲈ೎᫨಺ᦾৰयԢਖ਼‫ݽ‬ை‫ظ׾‬ᒓ‫ݽ‬
ᩑԍᒱˊ
ᬢ
ໄ
ണຆണऌႪᤌୈԈᐆ
ᮘ ԛцᭃ ࠰࿁ᔌᘪ ࠰࿁Ёᘪ᫆
(Pb) (Hg) (Cd) (Cr (VI))
1 ၯሮസ࠮ࠤ‫ڔ‬ᮨ᎑
ơ᫘क़ցƢ
ၯሮസ࠮ࠤ‫ڔ‬ᮨ᎑
ơࠅಥցƢ
2 സ෗Ԉх
3 ԍࣣᮨ࠽ˉ෧ᮨˉ
࿗ᮨᄚᅒ
4 ᆀ࣒៨ᱤ᠆᪞Ԉх
ơ‫ׇ‬ஷᆀ࣒ԈхƢ
5 സ෗Ԉхƥ‫ׇ‬ஷៀ᫩ˉ
‫ׇ‬ஷៀຄ‫ޑߖڔ‬ᎋ
ʻഡलԍ‫ޑ‬᭗ࣽഽơ‫ ތ‬BƢ
(PBB)
(PBDE)
Ć
ˁ
ˁ
ˁ
ˁ
ˁ
ˁ
ˁ
ˁ
ˁ
ˁ
ˁ
Ć
ˁ
ˁ
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Ć
ˁ
ˁ
ˁ
ˁ
ˁ
ˁ
ˁ
ˁ
ˁ
ˁ
ˁ
༉Ƴ
ʻ ᮨ࠽ұԦ
• ᅶ٬ພᄬ‫ؚ‬ᰑᮨ࠽៨ᱤሇဣष‫ڔ‬ཌॕˊᘧᠳ‫ؚ‬ᰑ໇ဿ‫ڔ‬ெᐬƥ‫ظ‬ҋᅶδޮ࿜ണळᡲ
ϰ᪾ୈᮨ࠽ྊ༚֋ሇ৭Չᧁොৈୈᮨ࠽ྊ༚ᐫƥ
м‫֬᧿ڄސ‬ಲਭЭ᫔ّ࠮ᨆ៞ྊ༚ˊ
༉ଐνᠳᆎλ໇ྍƥϴνᠳᅶୡெᡌዉᄚᅒˊ
• ժ‫ׅ‬ҋᅶདྷಥጧ᫓֋ୈᘪᎋണസ࿂֋ྊ༚ᮨ࠽ˊ
• ᮨ࠽ᩑԍᒱୈ NC ࿗ᮨ‫ظ‬ᅶЃұ஍ᮨ࠽֏᪇Ԉхˊ
• νҋᅶᮨ࠽೎ƥ᢭ሣκᮨ࠽֏َሣˊ
• ұ௄ᮨ࠽৭ႉˊԬ᪇൛ᨲᅴ᭞यफᖮು໿௞‫ݽ‬ሇ௬ޫˊ
• ᘧ‫᧔ޗ‬ᮿ೎ᯋԬνҋᅶᮨ࠽ƥ᢭यԢࣘಇ‫ޗ‬᯸Ս৭ႉሇ‫ޞ‬ಲм᯶๠‫ؤ‬ᱍ‫ڔ‬ᅴ᭞ˊժ
ν‫ࣘظ‬ಇ‫ޗ‬ርम᯷ԍλƥϴν‫ظ‬ξኀᕥ໱ୈัᕥϙδ᥎ࣘಇˊ
• यᮨ࠽ಇᒳ‫᧼ޗ‬Ѓီၔሇ‫ޞ‬ಲयѕҋਿ‫ࠅ׎‬ಥ᪇х‫ا‬௬ୈ‫ˊੋب‬
• ᧿᧢Д‫ڳ‬೎ƥ᢭‫᠆ׇޗ‬ᎵԬ᠆ԗᥙ࠲࠰ሇᑾՁൃಥƥмՐळơᩕԏƢᅽЃՁաफᖮД‫ڳ‬௬ޫˊ
ʻԧऑሇ᪞х
• 72mm ಺ԗਭ࿗ᮨ
• ᮨ࠽ኳࡐ CL-38
ʻ୼ഴᠸඨ
ၢᥭ
ഡ࠵ԍ‫ޑ‬
ᮨ࠽ᑄ൛
᪇хٍጣ
105mm
f/2
• 6 ᐵ 6ႜ
• ᮨ࠽ұ஍ᄚᅒႜ
ᠺᡅ
23ă20'
नၢᥭጌெዥ
Э 0.9m ᖭುፁᨇơȤƢ
ƥмᏘ‫ڔ‬ᘫॄϛ‫ת‬Ѭ
ᥭጌҴૉ
᧢ՠտၯሮസ
ԍ‫ޑ‬ֆ਌
ඓՋ‫ڔ‬ԍ‫ޑ‬ርᢱֆ਌κަϛ f/2 ᖭ f/16
ഡलԍ‫ޑ‬᭗ࣽ
ࠩണ
ԍ‫ޑ‬
Ԙᖪ֬
नၢ
ॆ਒َᐵनၢơRFƢᐄᑏ
• CPU/AI ၯሮസƳԘਥԍ‫༻ޑ‬ԍ
༻ԍ
• ԢвၯሮസƳഡलԍ‫༻ޑ‬ԍ
‫حײ‬
ॆ਒ F ‫حײ‬
࿗ᮨᰁхॄध
72mmơP=0.75mmƢ
ॄध
ᐛ 79mmơഡ࠵ርੜƢĆ111mmơЭၯሮസᮨ࠽‫᧵حײ‬ᒃਥࡺ
ሇᥭጌƢƴ઱ѱᮿ਌ᐛϛ119mm
᫕᫗
ᐛ 620g
ॆ਒Ԛ‫ـ‬ұᆎ‫ظ‬ᰡ೎ഛಅᢪ೗ϷԬ᧏ϥኳх୼ഴᠸඨሇ഼ջƥᓨುᲉЀԌᨭቹˊ
ˁ
Ć
ണຆണऌႪᤌୈԈᐆඓ᡿ᢪ೗
៨ዥᢜണຆണऌႪᤌୈԈᐆ‫ޗ‬ᢜ᪇х୛ണަᤌൃಥϔሇ٢᫗ަ‫ ޗ‬SJ/T113632006 ඓՋᠸࣽሇᰊ᫗ᠳຸмλˊ
៨ዥᢜണຆണऌႪᤌୈԈᐆᖭळ‫ޗ‬ᢜ᪇хሇൺδަᤌൃಥϔሇ٢᫗ᥑՠ SJ/
T11363-2006 ඓՋᠸࣽሇᰊ᫗ᠳຸˊѫ೤ƥмᄕണሇ୼ഴോхᠳҋၯሮസሮԟ
Д‫ࣶڳ‬Ԙν٢ണκᨕണຆണऌႪᤌ൚ϛ‫ޅ‬ᰯƥৰςκᨕД‫ڳ‬᪍‫ׇ‬٢‫ˏޗ‬ԟЃᆀ
ພᆀ࣒ᡷࠩϔႯࣽണऌႪᤌҋᅶᰊցெл2002/95/ECːሇᣬԏᘲ‫އ‬ϥԬˊ
ᄔұҋᅶഭᰊ
๢ඓ઀ሇಚࣗ೤߰Ѓϔ‫ץ‬ОຜԞ‫ދڔ‬ᆀ࣒ҴૉД‫໇ڳ‬ൽఊցᎫᄮ֦໿‫ؠ‬ሮԟඓՋƥ
៨ዥᢜД‫ڳ‬ሇᄔұҋᅶഭᰊሇ৯ಚˊ
᢭ᩓࣳД‫ڳ‬ሇࣴԘ‫ؠ‬ҋᅶ༉ଐЀᲇƥৰ‫ޗ‬Д‫ڳ‬ҋᅶَට௳‫ޞه‬ሇ໿੢ˉᠸࣽм᨝੄
ሇಲ໿‫ݽ‬ಃ԰ջᅶୈਉਨࠨᄮലД‫ˊڳ‬
ᨆ‫ح‬۵Ƴॆ਒೟ӵо‫ݥ‬᭖۩ơϔ‫ދ‬ƢണᰊԚ‫ـ‬
ơκཏেᠲᜦϔ᥶ 268 ‫ؿ‬ൌጆࠠ৶‫ ޡ‬50 ซ 01-04 आƥ200001Ƣ
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‫ޗ‬ೃല‫׼‬ւ
ՠႝೃഭƳ2013 ৯ 3ഢ1ೃ
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Depth of Field (Metric)
■
Depth of Field (Imperial)
(m)
Figure A
Figure B
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f/4
Depth of field
f/5.6
f/8
f/11
0.91 – 0.90
0.91 – 0.90
0.91 – 0.89
0.92 – 0.89
1.21 – 1.19
1.21 – 1.19
1.21 – 1.19
1.22 – 1.18
1.5
1.51 – 1.49
1.52 – 1.48
1.52 – 1.48
2.0
2.02 – 1.98
2.03 – 1.97
3.0
3.05 – 2.95
5.0
∞
Focus
distance
f/2
f/2.8
0.9
0.90 – 0.90
1.2
(ft)
f/16
Reproduction
ratio
Focus
distance
0.92 – 0.88
0.93 – 0.87
1/8
3 ft
1.23 – 1.17
1.24 – 1.16
1.26 – 1.15
1/11
4 ft
1.53 – 1.47
1.55 – 1.45
1.57 – 1.44
1.60 – 1.41
1/14
5 ft
2.04 – 1.96
2.06 – 1.94
2.09 – 1.92
2.13 – 1.88
2.19 – 1.84
1/18
6 ft
3.07 – 2.93
3.11 – 2.90
3.15 – 2.86
3.22 – 2.81
3.32 – 2.74
3.48 – 2.64
1/28
8 ft
5.15 – 4.86
5.22 – 4.80
5.31 – 4.73
5.45 – 4.62
5.66 – 4.48
5.99 – 4.30
6.54 – 4.06
1/47
10 ft
165 – ∞
117 – ∞
83 – ∞
59 – ∞
41 – ∞
29 – ∞
21 – ∞
1/∞
20 ft
f/2
3 ft ⁄ in. –
2 ft 11 ⁄ in.
4 ft ⁄ in. –
3 ft 11 ⁄ in.
5 ft ⁄ in. –
4 ft 11 ⁄ in.
6 ft ⁄ in. –
5 ft 11 ⁄ in.
8 ft 1 ⁄ in. –
7 ft 10 ⁄ in.
10 ft 2 in. –
9 ft 9 ⁄ in.
20 ft 8 in. –
19 ft 3 in.
542 ft – ∞
∞
Close – up Photography (Metric)
(cm)
Figure C
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Depth of field
Reproduction
ratio
f/2.8
f/4
f/5.6
f/8
f/11
f/16
3 ft ⁄ in. –
3 ft ⁄ in. –
3 ft ⁄ in. –
3 ft ⁄ in. –
3 ft ⁄ in. – 3 ft 1 ⁄ in. –
1/8
2 ft 11 ⁄ in. 2 ft 11 ⁄ in. 2 ft 11 ⁄ in. 2 ft 11 ⁄ in. 2 ft 11 ⁄ in. 2 ft 10 ⁄ in.
4 ft ⁄ in. –
4 ft ⁄ in. –
4 ft ⁄ in. – 4 ft 1 ⁄ in. – 4 ft 1 ⁄ in. – 4 ft 2 ⁄ in. –
1/11
3 ft 11 ⁄ in. 3 ft 11 ⁄ in. 3 ft 11 ⁄ in. 3 ft 10 ⁄ in. 3 ft 10 ⁄ in. 3 ft 9 ⁄ in.
5 ft ⁄ in. –
5 ft ⁄ in. – 5 ft 1 ⁄ in. – 5 ft 1 ⁄ in. – 5 ft 2 ⁄ in. – 5 ft 4 ⁄ in. –
1/14
4 ft 11 ⁄ in.
4 ft 11 in.
4 ft 10 ⁄ in. 4 ft 10 ⁄ in.
4 ft 9 ⁄ in.
4 ft 8 ⁄ in.
6 ft 1 in. –
6 ft 1 ⁄ in. – 6 ft 2 ⁄ in. – 6 ft 2 ⁄ in. – 6 ft 4 ⁄ in. – 6 ft 6 ⁄ in. –
1/17
5 ft 11 in.
5 ft 10 ⁄ in.
5 ft 10 in.
5 ft 9 ⁄ in.
5 ft 8 ⁄ in.
5 ft 6 ⁄ in.
8 ft 1 ⁄ in. – 8 ft 2 ⁄ in. – 8 ft 3 ⁄ in. – 8 ft 5 ⁄ in. –
8 ft 8 in. – 8 ft 11 ⁄ in. –
1/23
7 ft 10 ⁄ in.
7 ft 9 ⁄ in.
7 ft 8 ⁄ in.
7 ft 7 ⁄ in.
7 ft 5 ⁄ in.
7 ft 2 ⁄ in.
10 ft 3 in. –
10 ft 4 in. –
10 ft 6 in. –
10 ft 8 in. –
11 ft 1 in. –
11 ft 7 in. –
1/28
9 ft 9 ⁄ in.
9 ft 7 ⁄ in.
9 ft 6 ⁄ in.
9 ft 4 ⁄ in.
9 ft 1 ⁄ in.
8 ft 9 ⁄ in.
21 ft –
21 ft 6 in. –
23 ft 3 in. –
23 ft 4 in. –
25 ft 1 in. –
28 ft 1 in. –
1/58
19 ft
18 ft 7 in.
18 ft 1 in.
17 ft 6 in.
16 ft 7 in.
15 ft 6 in.
383 ft – ∞
271 ft – ∞
192 ft – ∞
135 ft – ∞
96 ft – ∞
69 ft – ∞
1/∞
Close – up Photography (Imperial)
(in.)
Close-up photography
Close-up photography (lens reversed)1
Accessory
Reproduction ratio
Subject field
Focus distance Reproduction ratio
Subject field
Focus distance
Ring PK 2
1/13.1 – 1/1.5 31.5 × 47.2 – 3.6 × 5.5 154 – 37.4
–
–
–
Ring PN
1/2.0 – 1/1.4
4.8 × 7.2 – 3.5 × 5.2
42.0 – 37.1
–
–
–
Bellows PB-4, PB-5
1/2.4 – 1/8
5.9 × 8.8 – 1.4 × 2.0
45.7 – 40.2
–
–
–
Bellows PB-6
1/2.2 – 2.0
5.2 × 7.9 – 1.2 × 1.8
43.5 – 41.9
–
–
–
Extension Bellows PB-6E
1/2.2 – 4.2
5.2 × 7.9 – 0.57 × 0.86 43.5 – 62.1
–
–
–
1. Can not be used when lens is reversed.
2. First figure is for PK-11A when used alone, remaining figures for rings PK-11A through PK-13, PK-11 through PK-13, or PK-1 through PK-3
used together. Note the PK-11 and PK-1 can not be attached directly to the lens.
1
Close-up photography
Close-up photography (lens reversed)
Reproduction ratio
Subject field
Focus distance Reproduction ratio Subject field
Focus distance
Ring PK 2
1/13.1 – 1/1.5 12.4 × 18.6 – 1.4 × 2.2 60.7 – 14.7
–
–
–
Ring PN
1/2.0 – 1/1.4
1.9 × 2.8 – 1.4 × 2.1
16.5 – 14.6
–
–
–
Bellows PB-4, PB-5
1/2.4 – 1/8
2.3 × 3.5 – 0.54 × 0.80 18.0 – 15.8
–
–
–
Bellows PB-6
1/2.2 – 2.0
2.1 × 3.1 – 0.48 × 0.71 17.1 – 16.5
–
–
–
Extension Bellows PB-6E
1/2.2 – 4.2
2.1 × 3.1 – 0.23 × 0.34 17.1 – 24.4
–
–
–
1. Can not be used when lens is reversed.
2. First figure is for PK-11A when used alone, remaining figures for rings PK-11A through PK-13, PK-11 through PK-13, or PK-1 through PK-3
used together. Note the PK-11 and PK-1 can not be attached directly to the lens.
Accessory
English
Thank you for purchasing a Nikon product. This AF DC-Nikkor 105 mm f/2D lens combines Nikon
defocus image control (DC) with a rounded diaphragm, allowing you to defocus objects in the
foreground or background while making the out-of-focus elements appear more natural. It also
features a rear focusing (RF) system to improve durability and autofocus response; the rear lens
elements slide inside the barrel so that the overall length of the lens does not change during
focusing. A built-in lens hood minimizes flare in bright sunlight. The lens also supplies distance information to the camera body for instantaneous 3D matrix metering or 3D multi-sensor balanced
fill-flash flash control. Before using this product, please carefully read both these instructions and
the camera manual so you get the maximum value from your lens now and for years to come.
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For Your Safety
A CAUTIONS
• Do not disassemble. Touching the internal parts of the camera or lens could result in injury. In the event of
malfunction, the product should be repaired only by a qualified technician. Should the product break
open as the result of a fall or other accident, remove the camera battery and/or disconnect the AC adapter
and then take the product to a Nikon-authorized service center for inspection.
• Turn the camera off immediately in the event of malfunction. Should you notice smoke or an unusual smell coming from the equipment, immediately unplug the AC adapter and remove the camera battery, taking care
to avoid burns. Continued operation could result in fire or injury. After removing or disconnecting the
power source, take the equipment to a Nikon-authorized service center for inspection.
• Do not use in the presence of flammable gas. Operating electronic equipment in the presence of flammable gas
could result in explosion or fire.
• Do not look at the sun through the lens or the camera viewfinder. Viewing the sun or other bright light source
through the lens or viewfinder could cause permanent visual impairment.
• Keep out of reach of children. Particular care should be taken to prevent infants from putting the batteries or
other small parts into their mouths.
• Observe the following precautions when handling the lens and camera:
- Keep the lens and camera dry. Failure to observe this precaution could result in fire or electric shock.
- Do not handle the lens or camera with wet hands. Failure to observe this precaution could result in
electric shock.
- Keep the sun well out of the frame when shooting backlit subjects. Sunlight focused into the camera
when the sun is in or close to the frame could cause a fire.
- If the lens will not be used for an extended period, attach the front and rear lens caps and store the lens
out of direct sunlight. If left in direct sunlight, the lens could focus the sun’s rays onto flammable objects,
causing fire.
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Parts of the Lens
q Meter coupling ridge
w CPU contacts
e Aperture indexing post
r EE servo coupling post
t Aperture ring
y Aperture/mounting index
u Depth-of-field indicators (show depth of field at f/16)
i Infrared compensation index (white)
o A-M mode ring release button
!0 A-M mode ring
!1 Focus distance mark
!2 Lens barrel
!3 DC ring lock button (unlocks DC ring while pressed)
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!4 Built-in lens hood
!5 Aperture-direct-readout scale
!6 Minimum aperture lock lever
!7 Aperture scale
!8 A-M mode index
!9 Focus distance indicator window
@0 Focus distance indicator
@1 Focus ring
@2 DC ring index
@3 DC ring (turn toward “R” to blur background, toward “F” to
blur foreground)
@4 Aperture scale for image blur control
Focus
This lens supports A-M mode selection. To choose the A-M mode, rotate the A-M mode ring while
pressing the A-M mode ring release button. Select A for autofocus and M for manual focus. Choosing an A-M mode that does not match the camera focus mode may damage the camera.
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Screen EC-B/
EC-E A/L
B






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F5+ DP-30

F5+ DA-30

F4+ DP-20
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F3
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D
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G2
G3
G4
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F5+ DA-30
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F4+ DA-20
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H4
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Lens Care
• Use a blower to remove dust and lint from the lens surfaces. To remove smudges and fingerprints, apply
a small amount of ethanol or lens cleaner to a soft, clean cotton cloth or lens-cleaning tissue and clean
from the center outwards using a circular motion, taking care not to leave smears or touch the glass with
your fingers.
• Never use organic solvents such as paint thinner or benzene to clean the lens.
• The lens hood or an NC filter can be used to protect the front lens element.
• Attach the front and rear caps when the lens is not in use.
• Keep the lens dry. Rusting of the internal mechanism can cause irreparable damage.
• If the lens will not be used for an extended period, store it in a cool, dry location to prevent mold and rust.
Do not store in direct sunlight or with naphtha or camphor moth balls.
• Leaving the lens in extremely hot locations could damage or warp parts made from reinforced plastic.
Compatible Accessories
• 72 mm screw-in filters
• Hard Lens Case CL-38
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Specifications
Focal length
Maximum aperture
Lens construction



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Recommended.
Vignetting visible in viewfinder (photographs are not affected).
Split-screen display does not improve focus accuracy.
Figures in parentheses give the exposure compensation for center-weighted metering. Select
“Other screen” for Custom Setting b6 (“Screen comp.”) when adjusting exposure compensation
for the F6; note that with screens other than B or E, “Other screen” must be selected even when the
value for exposure compensation is 0. Users of the F5 and F4 can adjust exposure compensation
using Custom Setting 18 or the focusing screen exposure compensation dial, respectively; see the
camera manual for details.
Empty cell: Not suited to use with this lens. Note that type M screens can however be used for photomicrography and macro photography at magnifications of 1 : 1 or higher.
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Using the Built-in Lens Hood (Figure C)
To extend the hood, pull it out and rotate it counterclockwise until it stops. To retract the hood,
turn it clockwise and press it back.
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Screen
Camera
Defocus Image Control: Using the DC Ring (Figure A)
To use defocus image control, keep the DC ring lock release button pressed while rotating the
DC ring. To blur background objects, rotate the ring toward “R” (rear). To blur foreground objects,
rotate the ring toward “F”. Rotating the ring so that the DC ring index aligns with the f-number
currently selected for aperture throws your subject into sharp relief while artfully blurring objects
in the background or foreground; for a soft-focus effect, rotate the ring to a higher number. Always
position the ring before focusing; rotating the DC ring after focusing or while focus is locked will
throw your subject out of focus.
Note that the highest resolution is achieved when the ring index is aligned with the dot between
the two f/2 positions, and that the distance shown by focus distance indicator may differ from the
actual focus distance when the ring is other positions. When defocus image control is in effect,
the focus ring can be rotated past infinity and the minimum focus distance may, depending on
the position of the DC ring, be greater than 0.9 m (3 ft.).
The effects of defocus image control vary with shooting conditions, including the distance between the subject and the background or foreground. If the effects are difficult to discern in the
viewfinder, take a test shot and adjust the ring as necessary.
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Camera
Notices
• Keep the CPU lens contacts clean and be careful not damage the CPU contacts.
• Do not attach the following accessories directly to the lens: PK-1 or PK-11 auto extension rings, K1 or K2
rings, BR-4 auto rings, or BR-2 macro adapter rings (the PK-11A, BR-6, and BR-2A can be used in place of
the PK-11, BR-4, and BR-2, respectively). Failure to observe this precaution will result in damage to the CPU
contacts or other parts of the lens. Other lens accessories may not be compatible with the camera; be sure
to consult the camera manual before use.
• The lens can not be used with the DX-1 viewfinder for Nikon F3AF cameras.
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Focusing Screens
The cameras below support a variety of focusing screens for use with different lenses or in different situations. The following screens are suited for use with this lens (when using B2/B3, E2/E3, or
K2/K3 screens with cameras not listed here, refer respectively to columns B, E, or K):
The Minimum Aperture Lock Lever (Figure B)
Lock aperture at f/16 when shooting in programmed auto or shutter-priority auto mode.
1 Rotate the aperture ring to the minimum aperture setting (f/16).
2 Slide the lock lever toward the aperture ring so that the white dot on the lock lever aligns
with the orange dot.
To release the lock, slide the lever in the opposite direction.
Angle of view
Focus distance indicator
Distance information
Aperture scale
Minimum aperture lock
Diaphragm
Focusing
Metering
Mount
Filter-attachment size
Dimensions
Weight
105 mm
f/2
• 6 elements in 6 groups
• Protective glass lens covering
23°20'
Graduated in meters and feet from 0.9 m (3 ft.) to infinity (∞)
Output into camera
f/2 to f/16 on both standard and aperture-direct-readout scales
Provided
Fully automatic
Nikon Rear Focusing (RF) system
• CPU/AI cameras: Full aperture
• Other cameras: Minimum aperture
Nikon F mount
72 mm (P = 0.75 mm)
Approx. 79 mm (maximum diameter) × 111 mm (distance from camera
lens mount flange); overall length is approx. 119 mm
Approx. 620 g (1 lb. 5.9 oz.)
Nikon reserves the right to change the specifications of the hardware described in this manual at any time and
without prior notice.
© 1993 Nikon Corporation
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