Nikon AF-S FX NIKKOR 20mm f/1.8G ED Fixed Lens with Auto Focus for Nikon DSLR Cameras

October 28, 2019 - Comment

With the ultra-wide view of a 20mm lens, you’re free to capture expansive landscapes and architecture, wedding parties, an entire band on Stage, crowd shots and much more. Add low-light capabilities to that view, and the shooting possibilities are nearly endless. Introducing the AF-S NIKKOR 20mm f/1.8G ED, a compact, lightweight FX-format lens that combines

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With the ultra-wide view of a 20mm lens, you’re free to capture expansive landscapes and architecture, wedding parties, an entire band on Stage, crowd shots and much more. Add low-light capabilities to that view, and the shooting possibilities are nearly endless. Introducing the AF-S NIKKOR 20mm f/1.8G ED, a compact, lightweight FX-format lens that combines the ultra-wide perspective of a 20mm focal length, the low-light capabilities and shallow depth of field of an F/1.8 maximum aperture and the superb optical characteristics of an advanced NIKKOR prime lens. Whether you shoot stills, HD video, time lapse sequences or Star trail images on an FX- or DX-format D-SLR, the AF-S NIKKOR 20mm f/1.8G ED will widen your creative potential.

Product Features

  • Compact, lightweight, FX-format lens that combines the ultra-wide perspective of a 20mm focal length, the low-light capabilities and shallow Depth of field of an F/18 maximum aperture and the superb optical characteristics of an advanced NIKKOR prime lens
  • Maximum reproduction Ratio: 0.23x.Aspherical lens elements and extra-low Dispersion glass elements with Nano Crystal Coat combat sagittal flare and chromatic aberration for superb, sharp Rendering across the entire frame
  • Innovative silent Wave Motor (SWM) uses ultrasonic waves for fast, accurate, near quiet autofocusing as close as 78-inches from your subject
  • Delivers a 20mm, 94 Degree angle of view that’s ideal for stills or motion capture, minimum focus Distance is 0.66 feet from focal plane
  • Produces beautifully blurred backgrounds in your photos and HD videos and lets you shoot at lower is settings to retain high image quality at its maximum aperture setting of f/18

Comments

Anonymous says:

Another Winner from Nikon Note: See comments section for test photos.This review will be updated periodically as I use the lens more.Update 1 (6/3/2015): As I’ve now used it for half a year, I have added some of the breathtaking photos this lens has allowed me to capture (all shot at f/1.8). One additional thing I’ve noticed concerns the focus. Although I don’t classify it as a con, I have found that the optimal focus of the lens changes at different temperatures. A lot of the photo work I do…

Anonymous says:

One of the best wide angel prime lens for Nikon full body I was little reluctant to purchase this since there were little or no reviews for this lens. DxoMark has yet to review this lens and I no longer take Ken Rockwell’s reviews too seriously as some of his comments and reviews seem to contradict each other more often than not. Despite limited number professional reviews regarding the lens, I felt it was worth buying considering previous Nikon wide angle lens such as the 28mm 1.8g lens are well received and regarded. I did notice that this lens…

Anonymous says:

Wonderful lens for astro-landscape photography This has become my favorite lens for astro-landscape photography, shooting Milky Way landscapes at night, especially panoramas where I stitch together multiple 20-second exposures to arrive at an arc as seen in the attached photo.The lens has a solid build, is very sharp and has very low coma. I wrote an extensive article about it on my blog at […] comparing it to the newer Sigma 20 mm f/1.4 and I decided to stick with the Nikon lens for its very small size and low weight. This…

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