This technical appendix is regularly updated.
Last update: december 2011.
Nikkor 85 mm f/1.4s.
Nikon's shortest (but fastest) ”telephoto” lens - Study based upon the data of US patent n° 4,396,256.
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To realize the illustrations of this technical appendix, rays tracing is computed by the trigonometrical method (Snell-Descates’ law - without any approximations), using the data taken from the quoted documents. Although limited to meridional plane calculations, this method allows excellent accuracy rays tracing. Therefore, it is a very efficient tool for the understanding of optical systems operation.
• Focal Length and the Magnification.
• Telephoto Zooms Lenses.
• Short presentations including:
- 01 Depth of field.
- 02 Nikkor 135mm f/2 Ais and 135mm f/2.8 Ais.
- 03 Reflex-Nikkor 500mm f/8 Ai.
- 04 What is the maximum aperture consistent with the Nikon F-mount?
- 05 Micro-Nikkor 55mm f/2.8 (Ais and AF).
- 05a Effect of the CRC system of both Micro-Nikkor 55mm f/2.8 (Ais and AF) on their focal length.
- 06 AF Micro-Nikkor 200mm f/4D IF-ED.
- 07 AF-S DX Micro-Nikkor 85mm f/3.5G ED VR.
- 08 Working of a single-lens-reflex camera.
- 09 Anatomy of a modern lens.
- 09a - Synchronized motions.
- 09b - The piezoelectric motor with progressive wave.
Others will be translated into English soon…