Nikon Industrial Lens Website PDF

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Nikon Industrial Lens Website PDF

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First time I've seen this. Just posted this on my blog and thought I would post this here in case no one has mentioned it.

Nikon put a new Industrial Lens Website up last year, Sept to be exact. https://www.nikon.com/products/industrial-lenses/

They also posted a new Industrial Lens PDF. https://www.nikon.com/products/industri ... let_en.pdf

The Rayfact 1x and 2x are missing but still up on the Rayfact site: https://www.tochigi-nikon.co.jp/en/prod ... /index.htm

VW, VF, MJ, XG 1-2x f/2.8, 2-5x f/2.5, 5 and 7x are still available, at least according to this site.

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Re: Nikon Industrial Lens Website PDF

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Thanks, Robert. Those are handy resources to have here.

Of course, seeing them cost me a wince-producing amount of time down the Rayfact rabbit hole. (And I don't need any more lenses right now! I don't, I dont. . . .)

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Re: Nikon Industrial Lens Website PDF

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Chris S. wrote:
Sun Jan 17, 2021 12:48 am
Thanks, Robert. Those are handy resources to have here.

Of course, seeing them cost me a wince-producing amount of time down the Rayfact rabbit hole. (And I don't need any more lenses right now! I don't, I dont. . . .)

--Chris S.
It is a bit sad to see some superb optics discontinued like the 1x, 2x, ECO PNs, the 3.5x, and the VL series. But what you said about cost is true. :shock:

Coming from a professional wildlife photography background I have to admit, most Rayfact lenses aren't too bad, you would not believe how many part-time photographers I run into with new $10K to $15K Nikon or Canon lenses, with a $6,5K body hanging off the end, and the whole thing resting on an $1800 tripod. For casual photography! #-o

Best,

Robert

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