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Nikon Patent 9mm F1.8 Lens for 1 inch sensor

Nikon mirrorless cameraAccording to latest patent surfaced over the web Nikon is working on 9mm F1.8 Lens for 1″sensor, take a look at the details below.

Nikon 9 mm lens patent

Description, self-interpretation of the patent literature

  • Patent Publication No. 2016-38547
    • Published 2016.3.22
    • Filing date 2014.8.11
  • Example 1
    • f 9.14
    • FNO 1.82
    • 2ω 83.72
    • Y 7.12
    • Air-converted BF 14.44
    • TL 47.00

Not every patent turn into real product but I am amazed to see the Nikon will keep F1.8 aperture while having the 9mm focal-length.

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source –egami

3 comments to Nikon Patent 9mm F1.8 Lens for 1 inch sensor

  • OlegGontar

    pls tell me not April 1st joke.

  • admin

    No it’s not a Joke, you can check the patent no and source link.

  • OlegGontar

    Very good. To be honest i don’t really care that lens, as i don’t see significant difference between this and the 10mm prime. Ok better F value, so probably nicer pics,better quality lens however i don’t think it will be significant in IQ. I don’t even think you can separate target from background much better, as it is very short lens. But it seems to be that nikon 1 line is alive, they don’t want to discontinue it. I can even imagine that those amazing zooms they put on the DL compacts, can have a detachable version later.

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