Nikon Zoom Nikkor Ai-s 35-135 mm F/3.5-4.5 #215966

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Description:

Back in 1984, Nikon introduced their MF Zoom Nikkor 35-135mm f/3.5~4.5 Ai-S, despite it was introduced as a variable aperture zoom (dual maximum apertures, lens sped decreases at focal length extends to its longest setting) which I thought was quite a good zoom lens. Those days, 28mm opening focal length for zoom has limitation and they usually had their longest reach restricting at most on 85mm. The MF Zoom Nikkor 35-135mm has a larger filter diameter than the MF Zoom Nikkor 35-105mm where both share basic specification in maximum aperture of f/3.5~4.5 in Ai-S spec, although it has not mentioned officially offering a MACRO function but it actually delivers an impressive Reproduction Ratio: 1:3.8 life-size at 0.4m (1.3ft) where the macro function is provided via a useful 135mm focal length, which provides a very comfortable working distance for photographers as well as maintaining a more natural perspective for close-ups of subject shooting through its longer focal length.

Specifications:
Type of lense: Autofocus Nikkor zoom lens with built-in CPU and a metal rear Nikon bayonet mount
Focal length: 35mm to 105mm; Maximum aperture: f/3.5; (35mm=1:3.5; 135mm=1:4.5) Minimum Aperture: f/22
Lens construction:
15 elements in 10 groups; with close focus Design
Picture angle:
62° - 18°
Focal length scale: 35mm, 50mm, 85mm and 135mm
Diaphragm: Fully automatic,
Focus control: Via focusing ring
Zoom control: Via rotating zoom ring

Distance scale: Graduated in meters and feet/inches from 1.4m (4.6m) at normal focus to infinity (OO); close focuses at its nearest distance at 0.39m at MACRO mode
Distance information: Output into camera body with CPU interface system
IS NOT POSSIBLE with this lens; Option for manual focus provided
Aperture scale:
f/3.5/f/4.5, f/5.6, f/8, f/11, f/16 and 22 on both standard and aperture-direct-readout scales
Mount: Nikon bayonet mount with CPU contacts;
Attachment size
: 62mm (P=0.75mm)

reference:

https://www.mir.com.my/rb/photography/companies/nikon/nikkoresources/AFNikkor/AF35135mm/index.htm




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