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|Weight||4.5 oz (128 g)|
|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 2.22 x 1.81" (5.64 x 4.60 cm)|
|Filter Thread||Front:52 mm|
|Format Compatibility||Nikon CX|
|Angle of View||100° - 63°|
|Minimum Focus Distance||.82' (.25 m)|
|Focal Length||6.7 - 13mm
Comparable 35mm Focal Length: 18 - 35 mm
|Maximum Reproduction Ratio||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Aperture||Maximum: f/3.5 - 5.6
|Camera Mount Type||Nikon 1|
The 1 Nikkor 6.7-13mm f/3.5-5.6 VR zoom lens is small, very light weight, and optically superior. The photo below of the Hungarian National Parliament Building taken in Budapest at night is a perfect example of what this lens is capable of producing.
For those on the fence, consider that this optical design does not require the more complex retrofocus optics that DSLR`s demand, yet this lens is a goodie bag of ed and aspherical elements...
I really like this lens. It takes great pictures and really was a great add on to my aw1.
My Nikon 1 v3 was previously unusable for my needs. With the 6.7-13mm attached its pretty much the only camera I really use.
My Nikon 1 v3 was previously unusable for my needs. With the 6.7-13mm attached its the only camera I really use now.
So far so good. Love it.
Love the range and image quality Glad I was able to snag one at a great price
Let me preface this review by saying that I recently sold a lot of camera gear, including a Canon 7D with 6 lenses, one of which was the 10-22mm. I replaced all of that with just a Nikon J4 with the kit lens (and now this lens), and kept my Fuji X100 as a second camera.
This lense is suitable for travelling and capturing landscape. The wide angle lense helps viewer to see the surroundings of the object and provide full perspective. I'm happy with this nikon lense.
The lens works great on my J5. No problems of any kind. Wide angle at 6.7 has distortion (as expected) that is easily corrected in DxO (using ViewPoint).