Nikon AF-S Micro-nikkor 60mm F 2 8g ED
Today's Digital SLR's represent the highest level of Dental Photography. They look and function much like any of the big Professional units without the big budgets. A remarkable blend of simplicity and highly-advanced DSLR capabilities, the compact and powerful D5000 offers breathtaking 12.3-megapixel image quality, along with a flexible, Vari-angle, Live View monitor for fresh picture-taking perspectives. Nikon's EXPEED image processing further enhances performance, contributing to ... Read more
Part Numbers: Dental/Medical Kit Nikon D5000 (BD), Dental/Medical Kit Nikon D5000 (BD) w/ 8GB SDHC
UPC: 0729977905377, 729977905377
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Nikon AF-S Micro-nikkor 60mm F 2 8g ED
AF S Micro NIKKOR 60mm F2.8G ED
User reviews and opinions
|jonasfisher||6:06am on Friday, October 1st, 2010|
|This is the latest model for 60mm f2.8 macro lens from Nikon. This new model focuses much faster with AF-S. This is the latest model for 60mm f2.8 macro lens from Nikon. This new model focuses much faster with AF-S. Very sharp from f2.8 to f16, fast and quiet focus ; None ;|
|mccollumrl||5:12pm on Wednesday, May 12th, 2010|
|I wanted a lens for taking pictures of the kids and an upcoming baby. I thought a lot about the 50mm or 85mm lenses but I realized that often.|
|Gerritg||8:16pm on Sunday, April 4th, 2010|
|"I love this lens-it is my favorite, thus far!!! I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for a wonderful macro or micro lens.|
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AF-S Micro NIKKOR
Nano Crystal Coat
Users Manual Benutzerhandbuch Manuel de lutilisateur Manual del Usuario Anvdarhandbok Gebruikshandleiding Manuale duso
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Notes on Safety Operations
Do not disassemble
Touching the internal parts of the camera or lens could result in injury. Repairs should be performed only by qualified technicians. Should the camera or lens break open as the result of a fall or other accident, take the product to a Nikon-authorized service representative for inspection after unplugging the product and/or removing the battery.
Turn off immediately in the event of malfunction
Should you notice smoke or an unusual smell coming from the camera or lens, remove the battery immediately, taking care to avoid burns. Continued operation could result in injury. After removing or disconnecting the power source, take the equipment to a Nikon-authorized service representative for inspection.
Do not use the camera or lens in the presence of flammable gas
If the electronic equipment is operated in the presence of flammable gas, it could result in an explosion or a fire.
Do not look at the sun through the lens or viewfinder
Viewing the sun or other strong light sources through the lens or viewfinder could cause permanent visual impairment.
Keep out of reach of children
Particular care should be taken to prevent infants from putting the batteries or other small parts into their mouths.
Observe the following precautions when handling the camera and lens
Keep the camera or lens unit dry. Failure to do so could result in a fire or electric shock. Do not handle or touch the unit with wet hands. Failure to do so could result in electric shock. In backlit shooting, keep the sun well out of the frame. The sunlight could focus into the lens body and cause a fire. When the sun gets close to the frame, it can also cause a fire. When the lens will not be used for a long time, attach both front and rear lens caps and store the lens away from direct sunlight. Failure to do so could result in a fire, as the lens might focus sunlight onto an object.
1. Nomenclature ( ): Reference page
1 Lens hood mounting index (p.21) 2 Focus ring (p.18) 3 Distance scale 4 Focus mode switch (p.18) 5 Mounting index 6 Lens mount rubber gasket (p.17) 7 CPU contacts (p.17) 8 Lens hood (p.21) 9 Lens hood attachment index (p.21) 0 Lens hood setting index (p.21) ! Reproduction ratio scale (p.18) @ Depth-of-field indicators (p.18) # Distance index line (p.18)
2. Usable cameras and available functions
There may be some restrictions or limitation for available functions. Refer to your camera instruction manual for details.
Cameras D3, D2-Series, D1-Series, D300, D200, D100, D80, D70-Series, D60, D50, D40-Series F6, F5, F100, F80-Series/N80-Series*, F75-Series/N75-Series*, F65-Series/N65-Series* Pronea 600i/6i*, Pronea S*2 F4-Series, F90X/ N90s*, F90-Series/N90*, F70-Series/N70* F60-Series/ N60*, F55-Series/N55-Series*, F50-Series/N50*, F-401x/N5005*, F-401s/ N4004s*, F-401/N4004* F-801s/N8008s*, F-801/N8008*, F-601M/N6000* F3AF, F-601/N6006*, F-501/N2020**, Nikon MF cameras (except F-601M/N6000*) Autofocus P*1
: Possible : Impossible * Sold exclusively in the USA ** Sold exclusively in the USA and Canada *1 P includes AUTO (General-Purpose Program) and Vari-Program System. *2 Manual (M) is not available.
Thank you for purchasing the AF-S Micro NIKKOR 60mm f/2.8G ED lens. This is a high-performance Micro lens featuring high-speed Internal Focusing (IF) mechanisms. It also employs a Silent (S) Wave Motor to drive the focusing mechanism.
Autofocus (A) or manual (M) mode can easily be selected with the Focus mode switch. Autofocusing with manual override is provided, allowing instant change from autofocusing to manual focusing. More accurate exposure control is possible when this is mounted on a Nikon camera having 3D color Matrix Metering capability, because subject distance information is transferred from the lens to the camera body. The use of two aspherical and one ED (extra-low dispersion) lens elements ensures sharp pictures virtually free of color fringing. Also, by utilizing a 9-blade diaphragm that produces a nearly circular aperture, out-of-focus images in front of or behind the subject are rendered as pleasing blurs. The Nano Crystal Coat deposited on some of the lens elements ensures that fine, clear images can be reproduced under various shooting conditions, from the sunny outdoors to spotlighted interior scenes. The closest focusing distance possible is 0.185 m (0.6 ft.)
Be careful not to soil or damage the CPU contacts. When mounted on Nikon digital SLR (Nikon DX format) cameras, such as the D2-Series and D300, the lens picture angle becomes 2630 and its 35 mm equivalent focal length is approx. 90 mm. If the lens mount rubber gasket is damaged, be sure to visit the nearest Nikon authorized dealer or service center for repair. A total of four Wireless Remote Speedlights SB-R200 can be attached to the front of the lens.
Set your cameras focus mode selector according to this chart.
Cameras D3, D2-Series, D1-Series, D300, D200, D100, D80, D70-Series, D60, D50, D40-Series, F6, F5, F4-Series, F100, F90X/ N90s*, F90-Series/N90*, F80-Series/N80-Series*, F75-Series/N75-Series*, F70-Series/N70*, F65-Series/N65-Series*, Pronea 600i/6i*, Pronea S F55-Series/N55-Series*, F60-Series/N60*, F50-Series/N50*, F-801s/N8008s*, F-801/N8008*, F-601M/N6000*, F-401x/N5005*, F-401s/ N4004s*, F-401/N4004*
Cameras focus mode AF (C/S)
Lens focus mode M/A M
Manual focus Autofocus with (Focus assist is manual priority available.) Manual focus (Focus assist is available.)
AF (C/S) MF
Manual focus (Focus assist is available, except with the F-601M/N6000*.) * Sold exclusively in the USA
Autofocus with manual override (M/A mode)
a Set the focus mode switch to M/A. b You can manually override autofocus by
operating the focus ring while lightly depressing the shutter release button or the AF start button on the camera. To cancel manual override, remove your finger from the shutter release button or the AF start button on the camera, and lightly depress the shutter release button to return to the autofocus mode.
5. Depth of field
The depth-of-field indicators are engraved beside the distance index line. At close distances, however, so little is in focus that it may be better to check the depth of field table (on page 150). If your camera has a depth of field preview button or lever, use it to check the depth of field in the viewfinder. Reproduction ratio scale
Distance index line Depth-of-field indicators
6. Focusing at a predetermined reproduction ratio
The reproduction ratio is the relation between the size of the image recorded on film and the actual subject size. If, for example, the image on the focusing screen is one-fifth the actual subject size, the reproduction ratio is 1:5. To photograph at a predetermined reproduction ratio, use the following procedure: a Manually turn the focus ring until the desired reproduction ratio scale number is aligned with the distance index line. b Aim at the subject, then change your position, moving closer to or farther away from the subject, until the image in the viewfinder sharpens. To obtain the appropriate reproduction ratio for each focused distance, see the table on page 150.
7. Notes on close-up photography and duplication work
Camera shake The AF-S Micro NIKKOR 60mm f/2.8G ED provides such exceptionally high image magnification that even the slightest movement during shooting can cause the image to blur. Be sure to mount the camera on a tripod and use a cable release or remote cord to release the shutter. Close working distance At the high reproduction ratios used in close-up shooting, the depth of field is very shallow. To ensure greater depth of field, stop down the lens, then carefully position the camera to ensure the most important surface of the subject is in the same zone of sharp focus. Use manual focus when using the close-up lens.
Close-up attachment No. 5T No. 6T No. 5T + 6T Reproduction ratio 1/11.11.07 1/5.7 1.14 1/4.2 1.20 Subject field (cm/inch) 26.7 x 40.0 2.24 x 3.36 / 10.50 x 15.70 0.88 x 1.32 13.6 x 20.5 2.11 x 3.16 / 5.35 x 8.07 0.83 x 1.24 10.0 x 15.0 2.00 x 3.00 / 3.93 x 5.90 0.79 x 1.18 Focused distance (cm/inch) 80.6 18.5 / 31.7 7.3 48.2 18.5 / 19.0 7.3 41.2 18.5 / 16.2 7.3
8. Exposure factor
The f-number of a lens indicates brightness of the image formed by the lens set at infinity shooting distance. The higher the reproduction ratio is, the more the brightness of the image will decrease. The actual brightness of the image is called the effective f-number, and the exposure compensation value for the change of the effective f-number is called the exposure factor.
9. Effective f-number variation (P. 146)
With this lens, the higher the reproduction ratio is, the more the brightness of the image on the film (image sensing device) will decrease and the effective f-number will increase (the amount of light that comes through the lens aperture will decrease). This variation is automatically compensated for by the cameras exposure meter, so the user can determine exposure or operate TTL flash shooting without having to consider the exposure factor. The f-number displayed in the cameras LCD panel or viewfinder is the value automatically compensated.
10. Setting the aperture
Set the aperture on the camera body. When exposure (or shooting) mode is set at A (Aperture Priority auto) or M (manual), the camera will control to maintain the predetermined f-number (up to approx. 1.6 stops) as the effective f-number varies with shooting distance.
11. Using bayonet hood HB-42
Attaching the hood
Align the lens hood attachment Lens hood attachment index index ( ) on the hood (either Lens hood setting index one of the two indexes) with Lens hood the lens hood mounting index mounting index on the lens, and turn the lens hood clockwise until it click stops to secure. Make sure that the lens hood mounting index aligns with the lens hood setting index ( ). If the lens hood is not correctly attached, vignetting can occur. To facilitate attachment or removal of the hood, hold it by its base (around the lens hood attachment index) rather than its outer edge. To store the lens hood, attach it in the reverse position.
Detaching the hood
While holding the base of the hood (near the lens hood attachment index) rather than its outer edge, turn it counterclockwise to detach.
12. Flash pictures using cameras with a built-in flash
To prevent vignetting, do not use a lens hood.
13. Recommended focusing screens
Various interchangeable focusing screens are available for certain Nikon SLR cameras to suit any picture-taking situation. The ones recommended for use with this lens are:
Screen Camera F6 F5+DP-30 F5+DA-30 F4+DP-20 F4+DA-20 A B C E EC-B F EC-E G1 G4 J G2 K L M P U
: Excellent focusing : Acceptable focusing Slight vignetting or moir patterns appear in the viewfinder, but not on the film. : Not available. Blank box means not applicable. Since type M screen can be used for both macrophotography at a 1:1 magnification ratio and for photomicrography, it has different applications than other screens. When using the B and E focusing screens in cameras other than those listed above, refer to the columns for the B and E screens.
14. Lens care
Clean the lens surfaces with a blower brush. To remove dirt and smudges, use a soft, clean cotton cloth or lens tissue moistened with ethanol (alcohol) or lens cleaner. Wipe in a circular motion from center to outer edge, taking care not to leave traces or touch other parts of the lens. Never use thinner or benzene to clean the lens as this might damage it, result in a fire, or cause health problems. To protect the front lens element, an NC filter is available. A lens hood also helps protect the front of the lens. When storing the lens in its lens case, attach both front and rear caps. When the lens will not be used for a long time, store it in a cool, dry place to prevent mold. Also store the lens away from direct sunlight or chemicals such as camphor or naphthalene. Do not get water on the lens or drop it in water as this will cause it to rust and malfunction. Reinforced plastic is used for certain parts of the lens. To avoid damage, never leave the lens in an excessively hot place.
15. Standard accessories
62mm snap-on front lens cap LC-62 Rear lens cap LF-1 Bayonet hood HB-42 Flexible lens pouch CL-1018
16. Optional accessories
62mm screw-in filters, including circular polarizing filter II
17. Incompatible accessories
Teleconverters Auto Ring BR-4 and all models of Auto Extension Ring PK, K Ring and Bellows focusing attachment. Other accessories may not be suitable for use with this lens. For details, carefully read your accessories instruction manual.
Type of lens:
Focal length: Maximum aperture: Lens construction:
G-type AF-S Micro NIKKOR lens with builtin CPU and Nikon bayonet mount 60 mm f/2.8
12 elements in 9 groups (1 ED, 2 aspherical and 1 Nano Crystal Coat-deposited lens elements) Picture angle: 3940 with 35 mm (135) format Nikon film-SLR cameras and Nikon FX format digital SLR cameras 2630 with Nikon DX format digital SLR cameras 32 with IX240 system cameras Reproduction ratio 1:10 to 1:1 (life-size) scale: Distance Output to camera body information Focusing: Nikon Internal Focusing (IF) system (utilizing an internal Silent Wave Motor); manually via separate focus ring. Shooting distance Graduated in meters and feet from scale: 0.185 m (8 in.) to infinity ( ) Closest focusing 0.185 m (0.6 ft) (life-size) distance: No. of diaphragm 9 pcs. (rounded) blades: Diaphragm: Fully automatic Aperture range: f/2.8 to f/32 Exposure Via full-aperture method measurement: Attachment size: 62 mm (P = 0.75 mm)
Depth of field
8 in. 8 in. 9 in. 9 in. 8 in. 8 in. 8 in. 8 in.
Focused distance f/2.8* f/4* 7-5/16 in. 7-5/16 in. 7.29 in. 7-5/16 in. 7-5/16 in. f/5.6* 7-5/16 in. 7-5/16 in.
Depth of field f/11* 7-5/16 in. 7-5/16 in. 7-5/16 in. 7-5/16 in.
8 in. 8 in.
8-15/16 in. 8-15/16 in. 9-1/16 in. 9-1/16 in. 9-15/16 in. 9-15/16 in. 9-15/16 in. 10 in. 10 in. 10 in. 10 in. 10 in. 10-1/16 in. 10-1/16 in. 10-1/16 in. 11-14/16 in. 11-14/16 in. 11-14/16 in. 1 ft. 1 ft. 1 ft. 1 ft. ft. 2/16 in. 1 ft. 2/16 in. 1 ft. 2/16 in. 1 ft. 2-14/16 in. 1 ft. 2-14/16 in. 1 ft. 2-14/16 in. 1 ft. 2-12/16 in. 1 ft. 2-10/16 in. 1 1/ft. 3-2/16 in. 1 ft. 3-2/16 in. 1 ft. 3-2/16 in. 1 ft. 3-4/16 in. 1 ft. 3-6/16 in. 1 ft. 11-12/16 in. 1 ft. 11-10/16 in. 1 ft. 11-6/16 in. 1 ft. 11-3/16 in. 1 ft. 10-15/16 in. ft. 6/16 in. 2 ft. 8/16 in. 2 ft. 10/16 in. 2 ft. 13/16 in. 2 ft. 1-3/16in. 2 ft. 11-3/16 in. 2 ft. 10-15/16 in. 2 ft. 10-7/16 in. 2 ft. 9 -13/16 in. 2 ft. 9-2/16 in. ft. 13/16 in. 3 ft. 1-3/16 in. 3 ft. 1-11/16 in. 3 ft. 2-8/16 in. 3 ft. 3-10/16 in. 6 ft. 3 in. 6 ft. 2/16 in. 5 ft. 8-4/16 in. 5 ft. 3-6/16 in. 4 ft. 10-1/16 in. ft. 11-10/16 in. 8 ft. 5-4/16 in. 9 ft. 2-8/16 in. 10 ft. 8-6/16 in. 13 ft. 5-10/16 in. 124 ft. 8-9/16 in. 89 ft. 9-11/16 in. 64 ft. 1-15/16 in. 44 ft. 11-2/16 in. 32 ft. 8-4/16 in.
9 in. 9 in.
f/16* 7-5/16 in. 7-5/16 in. 7-15/16 in. 8-1/16 in. 8-15/16 in. 9-1/16 in. 9-14/16 in. 10-2/16 in. 11-12/16 in. 1 ft. 4/16 in. 1 ft. 2-8/16 in. 1 ft. 3-8/16 in. 1 ft. 10-7/16 in. 2 ft. 1-15/16 in. 2 ft. 8-1/16 in. 3 ft. 5-6/16 in. 4 ft. 3-6/16 in. 24 ft. 3-4/16 in. 22 ft. 5-14/16 in. 16 ft. 4-7/16 in. 11 ft. 3-4/16 in.
Reproduction ratio f/22* 7-4/16 in. 7-4/16 in. 1/1.0 7-5/16 in. 7-5/16 in. 7-15/16 in. 7-15/16 in. 1/1.36 8-1/16 in. 8-1/16 in. 8-14/16 in. 8-14/16 in. 1/1.82 9-2/16 in. 9-3/16 in. 9-13/16 in. 9-12/16 in. 1/2.27 10-3/16 in. 10-4/16 in. 11-10/16 in. 11-8/16 in. 1/3.ft. 6/16 in. 1 ft. 8/16 in. 1 ft. 2-6/16 in. 1 ft. 2-3/16 in. 1/4.ft. 3-12/16 in. 1 ft. 4-1/16 in. 1 ft. 9-15/16 in. 1 ft. 9-2/16 in. 1/8.ft. 2-10/16 in. 2 ft. 4-3/16 in. 2 ft. 6-13/16 in. 2 ft. 5-1/16 in. 1/13.ft. 8-1/16 in. 4 ft. 1-7/16 in. 3 ft. 9-4/16 in. 3 ft. 2-1/16 in. 1/33.65 1/
* The f-number on the Depth of eld chart is the value when the lens is set at innity. Due to the optical characteristics of this lens, as the lens is focused closer, the focal length decreases.
No reproduction in any form of this manual, in whole or in part (except for brief quotation in critical articles or reviews), may be made without written authorization from NIKON CORPORATION.
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45MM F/2.8D ED PC-E NIKKOR 50MM F/1.4G AF-S NIKKOR 55MM F/2.8 MICRO-NIKKOR 60MM F/2.8D AF MICRO-NIKKOR 60MM F/2.8G AF-S MICRO-NIKKOR 70-200MM F/2.8G ED VR AF-S ZOOM-NIKKOR 70-200MM F/2.8G ED VR II AF-S NIKKOR 70-300MM F/4.5-5.6G AF-S VR ZOOM-NIKKOR 85MM F/1.4D IF AF NIKKOR 85MM F/1.4G AF-S NIKKOR 85MM F/1.8D AF NIKKOR 85MM F/2.8D II PC-E MICRO-NIKKOR 85MM F/3.5G VR AF-S DX MICRO NIKKOR 105MM F/2D AF DC-NIKKOR 105MM F/2.8G IF-ED AF-S VR MICRO-NIKKOR 105MM F/2.8 MICRO-NIKKOR 135MM F/2D AF DC-NIKKOR 180MM F/2.8D IF-ED AF NIKKOR 200-400MM F/4G ED VR AF-S ZOOM-NIKKOR 200-400MM F/4G ED VR II AF-S ZOOM NIKKOR 200MM F/2G IF-ED AF-S VR NIKKOR 200MM F/4D IF-ED AF MICRO-NIKKOR 200MM F/2G VR II ED AF-S NIKKOR 300MM F/2.8G VR ED AF-S 300MM F/2.8 VR II ED AF-S 300MM F/4D IF-ED AF-S NIKKOR 400MM F/2.8G ED VR AF-S NIKKOR 500MM F/4G ED VR AF-S NIKKOR 600MM F/4G ED VR AF-S NIKKOR
Today's Digital SLR's represent the highest level of Dental Photography. They look and function much like any of the big Professional units without the big budgets. A remarkable blend of simplicity and highly-advanced DSLR capabilities, the compact and powerful D5000 offers breathtaking 12.3-megapixel image quality, along with a flexible, Vari-angle, Live View monitor for fresh picture-taking perspectives. Nikon's EXPEED image processing further enhances performance, contributing to split-second shutter response and continuous shooting at up to 4 frames-per-second to capture fast action and precise moments perfectly. The D5000's 24-fps HD D-Movie mode with sound captures video clips with amazing clarity--offering new and exciting creative opportunities. Fast, accurate 11-point autofocus with 3D Tracking, teamed with famous NIKKOR optics, assures incredible image sharpness, while active image sensor cleaning combats annoying dust automatically. The Nikon R1 Wireless Close-Up System (a.k.a. Macro Kit B) is a complete flash solution for cameras that feature both the Commander mode and include a built-in flash (e.g. D200, D70 & D70s). The kit is fully compatible with the Nikon Creative Lighting System and Advanced Wireless Lighting system when used with compatible cameras and/or flashes. The Nikon AF-S Micro-Nikkor 60mm f/2.8G ED Macro Lens provides an exceptional range of applications and high-quality performance. Compact and versatile, this lens is perfect for close-up, copy and general photography. Its Close-Range Correction (CRC) system ensures high resolution from infinity to close-ups down to 7.3", with a 1:1 reproduction ratio.
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