Nikon AF NIKKOR 14mm f/2.8D ED Lens

BH #NI1428DAF • MFR #1925
Nikon AF NIKKOR 14mm f/2.8D ED Lens
Key Features
  • F-Mount Lens/FX Format
  • Aperture Range: f/2.8 to f/22
  • One ED Element, Two Aspherical Elements
  • Super Integrated Coating
An ultra-wide prime well-suited to landscape, architecture, and astrophotography, the AF NIKKOR 14mm f/2.8D ED from Nikon is characterized by its broad, dynamic field of view and a bright f/2.8 maximum aperture. Complementing the unique assets of the lens is a sound optical design, which includes one extra-low dispersion element and two aspherical elements to control chromatic and spherical aberrations for high sharpness and clarity. A Super Integrated Coating is also featured, which minimizes flare and ghosting for improved contrast and color accuracy. Benefitting the optics, this 14mm f/2.8 also features a rear focusing system for fast and accurate focusing performance.
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Nikon AF NIKKOR 14mm f/2.8D ED Overview

An ultra-wide prime well-suited to landscape, architecture, and astrophotography, the AF NIKKOR 14mm f/2.8D ED from Nikon is characterized by its broad, dynamic field of view and a bright f/2.8 maximum aperture. Complementing the unique assets of the lens is a sound optical design, which includes one extra-low dispersion element and two aspherical elements to control chromatic and spherical aberrations for high sharpness and clarity. A Super Integrated Coating is also featured, which minimizes flare and ghosting for improved contrast and color accuracy. Benefitting the optics, this 14mm f/2.8 also features a rear focusing system for fast and accurate focusing performance.

Ultra wide-angle prime is designed for FX-format Nikon F-mount cameras, however can also be used with DX models where it provides a 21mm equivalent focal length.
Bright f/2.8 maximum aperture makes this lens well-suited for low-light shooting and astrophotography applications.
One extra-low dispersion element greatly reduces color fringing and chromatic aberrations in order to produce greater clarity and color accuracy.
Two aspherical elements are used to reduce spherical aberrations and distortion in order to realize sharp imagery with accurate rendering.
A Super Integrated Coating has been applied to individual elements to suppress internal reflections, flare, and ghosting for improved contrast and color accuracy when working in strong lighting conditions.
Rear focusing system maintains the overall lens length during AF operation and contributes to faster focusing speeds.

Nikon AF NIKKOR 14mm f/2.8D ED Specs

Focal Length14mm
Maximum Aperturef/2.8
Minimum Aperturef/22
Lens MountNikon F
Format CompatibilityFull-Frame
Angle of View114°
Minimum Focus Distance7.87" / 20 cm
Maximum Magnification0.15x
Optical Design14 Elements in 12 Groups
Diaphragm Blades7, Rounded
Focus TypeAutofocus (with Nikon Cameras That Have an Autofocus Motor)
Image StabilizationNone
Filter SizeGel Filter (Rear)
Dimensions (ø x L)3.43 x 3.41" / 87 x 86.5 mm
Weight1.47 lb / 670 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.06 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.9 x 5.25 x 5.2"
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is this compatible with a Z mirrorless camera body using an FTZ converter?
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Although the lens will meter on a Nikon Z body when using the Nikon FTZ adapter, autofocus will not be available.
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Date published: 2021-06-21

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It would be good one for a large group photography's like 300 people with a green landscaped without distorting horizontal and vertical lines?
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Date published: 2020-08-17

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hello,I would like to know whether this lens is compatible with my camera (D7000). I am looking for a wide_angle lens for landscape and auroras borealis. thanks
Asked by: Anonymous
While it is true that this lens can technically be used on the D7000, the crop sensor on that camera will not give you a true 14mm. It would be more like a 20mm lens. Just multiply any FX lens by 1.5 to determine the focal length on a DX camera. This lens will only give you 14mm wide on Nikon's FX cameras such as the D610, D700, D750, D800, D4 etc. Unless you plan on upgrading to an FX camera down the road, you may wish to explore wide angle options for lenses designed for DX cameras such as the D7000. Having said all that, using this lens on a DX camera will put your image right in the sweet spot of the lens (very little distortion) and might very well suit your purposes as long as you don't mind it being more like 20mm wide.
Answered by: William F M.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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I own this lens and am getting blue dots when using indoors and a light source is at a shallow angle. Does a rear filter help with this? I have never used a rear filter.
Asked by: William T.
A rear filter would not likely have any effect on this type of optical phenomenon. It sounds like lens flare happening with the strong light source entering the lens at a shallow angle and reflecting onto the sensor in an unintended way. What would help would be a lens hood, but this lens has it built in. Other than the already-equipped lens hood, you will simply need to adjust the composition of the photo, change the relationship of the lens to the light source, or block the light source from reaching the lens at that shallow angle.
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I've read this is compatible with the Nikon D7200, but even after cleaning the contacts and locking the aperture ring I'm still getting a FEE Error. Is this really NOT compatible with my camera?
Asked by: E.J
This lens is compatible with D7200 , remove the lens , remove the lens close the aperture to f22 lock it then mount it again , if you still get FEE error something wrong with camera or the lens
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What replacement lens cover is available for the 14mm f2.8?
Asked by: Daniel S.
The lens cover for the 14mm f/2.8 lens is proprietary and will need to be replaced by the manufacturer directly.
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Date published: 2018-08-27

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The narrative on product video says there is a rear filter holder , can someone confirm this?
Asked by: Larry
Yes, you can fit a gelatin type rear filter in there.
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What is the significance of this being an import product?
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Imports are similar to Grey Market items that are not supported in the USA. If you have a problem that falls under a warranty issue you will have to ship it out of the country for service/repair. i.e. Nikon USA will not support the item.
Answered by: JASON S.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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