FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0 For Real Lens
Real FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0 Lens Story
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Super Sonic FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0
FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0 at Nikon Kenkyukai Tokyo 2006
You may remember it. This lens was released at the Nikon Kenkyukai Tokyo meeting of May 2006. It is FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0 No. 910155 lens.
FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0 No. 910155 at Nikon Kenkyukai Tokyo
FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0 and Swallow
Swallow's Nest in Station
The FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0 lens is a model produced before the Repro Nikkor 85mm F1.0 lens.
Cool Summer Morning
FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0 in Japanese Autumn
Beautiful F1.0 Purple Coating
FR Nikkor 75mm F1
Focal length : 75 mm
FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0 Lens Construction
FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0 Lens Construction
FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0 and 48mm Caps
FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0 No. 910155
1:1.0 and AR 1:2 Englaving
A Dtailed Lens Story
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FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0 Specifications
Nikkor, Nippon Kogaku, BAOL 6503-69, September 1966
FR-Nikkor lens has been designed exclusively for life-size photography (1:1) in 35mm format.
Features of FR-Nikkor
The FR-Nikkor lens has been designed for full-size reproduction of subjects.
On the other hand, the FR-Nikkor lens has a maximum aperture ratio of f/1 (Effective aperture ratio f/2), and the optical system comprises 8 symmetrically arranged elements in 6 groups, which corrects all the aberrations.
Until now, the Micro-Nikkor has topped the list of close-up lenses in brightness and resolution.
However, due to the high speed and correction of aberrations in the lens,
magnification is limited within the practical range of 0.9X-1.1X.
This feature gives FR-Nikkor lens a great advantage when used as a relay lens and enables taking over of the image relayed from a front lens system and producing a full-size image of the subject.
Entrance Pupil, Exit Pupil and Luminous Flux
Being a full-size and extremely bright lens, the FR-Nikkor is ideal for the following purposes:
1. For recording the phenomena under poor lighting conditions, or for taking close-ups of subjects moving rapidly on an electron tube or the like.
For reproduction of images taken on the film of high resolution.
The FR-Nikkor lens enables reproduction of the image in detail even
when it is captured on a fine-grained film.
3. For use as a relay lens. With FR-Nikkor lens, it is possible to receive almost all the rays from a front lens system without using a condenser lens, as light beams coming through the FR-Nikkor lens run parallel to the optical axis and the aperture is f/1.
The conventional type of lens,
where the entrance pupil is located near the center of the lens system,
would require a powerful condenser lens which would result in some distortion of the image plane,
in lowering the resolution of the lens system.
When using the lens as a relay lens,
it is necessary to take into consideration the relationship of the optical systems
in front and back of the lens.
What is FR?
This lens is not REPRO Nikkor but FR Nikkor.
Full Size Reproduction and Relay Lens Series (FR Nikkor Series) , 1965
What is AR?
Do you know the meaning of AR of AR 1:2?
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How to use the FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0
I custom made the Nikon F mount adapter to use the FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0 lens.
Nikon F Mount FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0
FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0 Photography
I would like to show you the some photographs taken by the FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0 Lens.
Really Japanese Elegance
Fresh Pretty Colors
Grand Fine Day
Fantastic Silent Colors
Strong Spring Air
Brilliant Canola Flower
Serious Plastic Crocodile
FR Nikkor 75mm F1.0 and Beer
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