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1 Nikkor 32mm F1.2

1 Nikkor 32mm F1.2

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Attached Image: 3359-32mm-black.png Attached Image: 3360-32mm-silver.png

Product Number: 3359 (black), 3360 (silver)
Lens Category: Portrait, Short Tele
Purchase Link: Buy Now at B&H Photo!
List Price (USA): $899
In Production: Yes
Year Launched: 2013
Format: CX (1-Inch)
Optical Construction: 9 elements in 7 groups
Min. Focusing Distance (cm): 45
Coating Type: Nano Crystal
Field of View (deg): 28
Max. Aperture: F1.2
Min. Aperture: F16
Number of Aperture Blades: 7
Rounded Aperture Blades: Yes
Aperture Ring: No
Focus Type: AF-S (Silent wave motor)
Focusing Modes: M/A, M
Full-Time AF Override: Yes
Internal Focusing: No
Distance Scale: No
Macro: No
Stabilization: No
Weather Sealing: No
Tripod Collar: No
Other Features: Close-Range Correction (CRC)
Filter Size (mm): 52
Max. Barrel Diameter (mm): 66
Collapsed Length (mm): 47
Weight (g): 235
Hood: HB-N107
Case: CL-N101
Front Cap: LC-N52
Rear Cap: LF-N1000
In the Box: Hood, Front Cap, Rear Cap
Available Colors: Black, Silver
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1 Review

The 32/1.2 is beyond doubt the sharpest lens there is for the Nikon 1 system. There just isn't anything like it available for the Nikon 1 cameras!


And everything else with this lens is superb, although it isn't a VR!


To me, it is very much like some of the Zeiss lenses I've used, or owned. In short, quite another division than the rest of the Nikon 1 lenses!


The manual focusing ring is like it is taken out of Zeiss's how-to-design-a-lens  book, simply superb. And a sharper lens is hard to find for any camera, at any price!