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Use this high resolution image of the Nikon limited edition f/1.4 lens kit as your desktop background

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Several readers asked me if I have a high resolution image of the Nikon limited edition f/1.4 lens set for use as a desktop background or a screensaver. Here is a 2187x1753 version of the image coming directly from the person who took the photograph (credit: Nikon Corp):

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  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/manarianz5/ Nadzirah Sarif

    NICE!!!

  • http://www.rokchoi.com Rocky

    what i really need is to have those lenses on my ACTUAL DESK
    and not just an image on the desktop!!

    • Nau

      +1 to that
      admin any chance to have boxed lenses for grabs :) in full rez and 3d?

      • http://www.truphotos.com gnohz

        Maybe in the next giveaway? :o
        Dream on, maybe we’ll get it when NR weekly news reaches #999999999 :D

      • http://nikonrumors.com/ [NR] admin

        I wish :) I think this limited edition kit will not make it to the US. What I will have is a quick review of the new 35mm f/1.4 lens in the next few weeks.

        • http://www.rokchoi.com Rocky Choi

          and then you’ll give away the lens right??? :)

  • Bubble Burst

    Hate to break it to you all, but that is not a picture, that is a digital mockup. Look at the latches, the perspective is WAY off and the lighting is not right. Looks like a mockup used to promote it before it becomes a reality.

    • chris

      This picture is shopped, I can tell from the pixels and from having seen a few shops in my day.

    • suprchunk

      Haha.

    • ShutterMonkey

      Yeah, for over $6,500 I’d really hope that nikon paper says something a little more than “Lorem Ipsum…”

      But for that price, I’d be disappointed to learn I’m not getting an illuminated codex or scroll from Nikon’s scriptorium. Gold leaf and richly pigmented reds should be a mainstay of such a text.

      (and yes, even considering the ‘savings’ of the package deal… as if I’m you’ll end up with more money rather than less for buying it… Okay, maybe if you’re a successful wedding or portrait photographer.)

      • dave

        “Lorem Ipsum” text was put instead as final words from Nikon executives were not ready yet at the shooting moment.

        Don’t be so naïve….. ;-)

    • dave

      Hello

      I used a 28mm focal length to shoot this box, just to give more “dynamism” to the product; leading to unavoidable distortions of course but not so tremendous…..

      Of course it’s photoshopped! Bring me something that’s not photoshopped today!!

      Still laughing…… ;-)

  • http://www.ijproductions.com Ivan from melbourne

    blah! should have shot it @ 1.4 then maybe i’ll use it on my desktop.

  • hybris

    wow
    nr i raising the bar off ine art

  • http://nikonkrab.multiply.com/ HDZ

    :)~

  • http://www.dungbeetle.com.au/ Scurvyhesh

    Got one of the D800?

  • Smudger

    Really? Sad.

  • longzoom

    Put it on your monitor, and every morning pray like this: “Oh Good Spirit of Nikon! I will remember day of birth of my wife and kids – how many of them, BTW? I will give everybody a goodnight kiss, including my dog! Just give IT TO ME! Oh Good Spirit of Nikon, I will be very good person, I wil never drink beer!” You gonna see what happened!

  • CamaJan

    Yes Master!
    I will use it as my background.
    -”by your command”

  • http://arne.delaat.net 153957

    Nice, ‘lorem ipsum’ text on the booklet.
    would have been funnier if they had also used such text on the lenses.

    • Mock Kenwell

      Clearly it’s the Greece version of the box.

  • R!

    PERSONALLY SINCE I WAITED FOR A D 700s, THEN FOR A D800; AND SINCE I M NOT GETTING NONE OF THOSE BEFORE SUMMER AT LEAST …..I STICK WITH MY CHEAPER STURDYER AND I THINK BETTER 28 F 1.4& A.I.S PRIMES…PRICES ARE TO HIGH FOR PLASTIC ,I THINK ,I MIGHT WAIT 2 MORE YEARS,THAT THE PRICE GOES DOWN!!!!!!!!!

    • Anonymous Coward

      Maybe, while you wait, you can spend some of that money on a keyboard with capslock and shift buttons that work.

      just sayin’…

      • Jeremy

        +1

      • http://www.markmatthews.com.au Mark Matthews

        +1 to that! Snap!

      • Mock Kenwell

        LMAO.

      • Mock Kenwell

        Ummm… On what planet is the 28mm f/1.4 AI-S cheaper?

  • Arthur

    Very nice!

    What I noticed though, shouldn’t they all have the new rear caps?

  • DX2FX

    My copy of the 35mm f1.4G comes with the new F mount rear cap..

  • http://photoartbymark.zenfolio.com photoartbymark

    no thanks i will use one of my photos

  • broxibear

    Has anyone actually seen a website in Belgium, Sweden or anywhere that has this limited edition boxset for sale ?
    I’m starting to think it’s a fake.

  • Coolpixer

    Lorem ipsum was part of a passage from Cicero, in his De finibus bonorum et malorum, a treatise on the theory of ethics written in 45 BC. The original reads, Neque porro quisquam est qui doLOREM IPSUM quia dolor sit amet, consectetur, adipisci velit . . .
    The (apt) translation:
    “There is no one who loves pain itself, who seeks after it and wants to have it, simply because it is pain . . .”.

    • Mock Kenwell

      If you don’t seek pain, you wouldn’t want a screen capture of 3 expensive lenses you will likely never be able to own!

  • http://www.nikonreviewcentral.com NRC

    Mmmmmm, lens pr0n.

  • Roger

    I love how they dont include the awful 50/1.4G here. Nikon has no illusion that awful lens belongs with 24, 35 and 85.

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