Fax-Ortho-NIKKOR 400mm F5.6 Huge Daimajin
Fax-Ortho-NIKKOR 400mm F5.6 Huge Daimajin

Fax-Ortho-NIKKOR 400mm F5.6 Huge Daimajin

The Huge Daimajin Shipbuilding Lens
Big Dreaming Nippon Kogaku Sakura Party
Super High End Fax-Ortho-NIKKOR 400mm F5.6

Fax-Ortho-NIKKOR 400mm F5.6

One of the more exotic and rare lenses for the Fax-Ortho-NIKKOR series.
The Fax-Ortho-NIKKOR consisted of six elements set in a heavy weight and black painted super fat barrel.

Do you know the usage of this lens?
The Fax-Ortho-NIKKOR is the lens for the production of a big ship.
Shipbuilding engineer needs to cut the steel board in accordance with the designed pattern.
The engineer projects a small pattern (40 cm X 40 cm) with the Fax-Ortho-NIKKOR on the steel board largely (400 cm X 400 cm) and cut the steel board.
Therefore, the lens is highly efficient and a Distortion is 0.000%!!!

The rim of the lens is engraved as "Fax-Ortho-NIKKOR 1:5.6 f=400mm Nippon Kogaku Japan" with white painted character.
Nippon Kogaku is sign of the high-end perfomance and taciturn engineer spirit.
Weight is 3850 grams.
We called Huge Daimajin.
The Daimajin is a monster of 5 meters tall and was a star of the Japanese film in the 1960s.

There are the following 3 kinds of lenses in Fax-Ortho-NIKKOR.

- Fax-Ortho-NIKKOR 250mm F5.6 (Weight 900 g)
- Fax-Ortho-NIKKOR 400mm F5.6 (Weight 3850 g)
- Fax-Ortho-NIKKOR 500mm F5.6 (Weight 6000 g)

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

Fax-Ortho-NIKKOR 400mm F5.6 Excellent Large Scale Lens


Fax-Ortho-NIKKOR 400mm F5.6

Focal length :  400 mm
Max. aperture :  f/5.6
Min. aperture :  f/45
Lens construction :  6 elements, 4 groups
Standard magnification :  1/10X
Standard wavelength :  350 nm - 700 nm
Vignettings :  0%
Distortion :  0.000%
Image area :  3200 mm X 3200 mm (4525 mm⌀)
Subject area :  3200 mm X 3200 mm (452.5 mm⌀)
Overall working distance :  4840 mm
Weight :  3850 g

Fax-Ortho-NIKKOR 400mm F5.6 Huge Daimajin, Under the Sakura Sky


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