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Samples: Nikon AF Zoom Nikkor 35-70mm f/3.3~4.5N M

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    Posted: 04 February 2018 at 04:14
Samples: Nikon AF Zoom Nikkor 35-70mm f/3.3~4.5N MACRO

mount: Nikon F - AF
format: 35mm FF
year: 1989
max aperture: 3.3-4.5
min aperture: 22
elements/group:8/7
aperture blades: 7
min focus distance (mm): 350
filter diameter (mm): 52
length (mm): 70
weight (g): 260

additional information: It was the kit lens for Nikon autofocus film SLRs. Several versions of the same optical design exists, which dates all the way back to manual focus AI-s era (which was commented by a certain reviewer as one of Nikon's worst lenses). This autofocus lens uses a screwdrive autofocus mechanism, and has an aperture ring, which allows it to work on AI-type manual bodies with open aperture metering and pre-AI bodies with stop-down metering. Also the plain Nikon to E-mount adapters can be used.

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Body: ILCE-7; adapter: Laina Nikon F to Sony E (plain type w/o aperture control and glass).

Shot at 1:5.6/70mm.

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