Process Nikkor 260mm F10 Supernatural Grand Lens

Process Nikkor 260mm F10 Supernatural Grand Lens

Process Nikkor 260mm F10 Supernatural Grand Lens

Exclusive Grand Lens
PROCESS NIKKOR 260mm F10
Supernatural Masterpiece

Process Nikkor 260mm F10

My first impression of the lens was WOW! Sugoi!! This is a big lens for wide lens.
One of the more exotic and rare lenses for the PROCESS NIKKOR series.
The Process Nikkor 260mm F10 consisted of four elements set, in a supernatural and black painted super wide barrel.

Process Nikkor 260mm F10 and Nikon F

Do you know the usage of this lens?
The Process Nikkor is the lens for the big industrial camera over 8x10, 12X20 inch format.
An image circle is 800 mm at F22 !!
Therefore, the lens is highly efficient.

Process Nikkor 260mm F10 Lens Clear Like a Crystal

The rim of the lens is engraved as "Process-NIKKOR 1:10 f=260mm Nippon Kogaku Japan" with white painted character.
Nippon Kogaku is sign of the high-end performance and optical engineer spirit.

A Long Stick is Most Charming Feature

There are the following 4 kinds of lenses in Process-NIKKOR.

- Process-NIKKOR 180mm F10 (Image area 540 mm circle)
- Process-NIKKOR 210mm F10 (Image area 630 mm circle)
- Process-NIKKOR 240mm F10 (Image area 720 mm circle)
- Process-NIKKOR 260mm F10 (Image area 800 mm circle)

You can see very beautiful and gorgeous full body of the great lens.
And, You can make the fantastic legend with this dream lens.

Process Nikkor 260mm F10 Crystal Ball

Specifications

Process Nikkor 260mm F10

Focal length 267 mm
Max. aperture f/10
Min. aperture f/32
Lens construction 4 elements, 4 groups
Standard magnification 1 X
Standard wavelength 400 nm - 650 nm
Image area 724 mm circle at F10 (800 mm circle at F22)
Subject area 724 mm circle at F10 (800 mm circle at F22)
Overall working distance 1068 mm
Weight 930 g

Process Nikkor 260mm F10 Silent Afternoon

Process Nikkor 260mm F10 Supernatural Masterpiece

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