New Nikon patents: Nikkor 52mm f/0.9 and 36mm f/1.2 full frame mirrorless lenses

Nikon 52mm f/0.9 full frame mirrorless lens

Nikon 52mm f/0.9 full frame mirrorless lens

Nikon 36mm f/1.2 full frame mirrorless lens

Nikon 36mm f/1.2 full frame mirrorless lens

Nikon has new patents filed in Japan for a 52mm f/0.9 and 36mm f/1.2 full frame mirrorless lenses:

Nikon 52mm f/0.9 full frame mirrorless lens

  • f = 51.60 (focal length)
  • FNo = 0.91 (aperture)
  • ω = 46.19 (half angle of view)
  • Y = 21.63 (image height)
  • TL = 256.8 (total length)
  • BF = 18.225 (backfocus)

Nikon 36mm f/1.2 full frame mirrorless lens

  • f = 36.00 (focal length)
  • FNo = 1.27 (aperture)
  • ω = 31.0 (half angle of view)
  • Y = 20.94 (image height)
  • TL = 159.500 (total length)
  • BF = 21.673 (backfocus)

Nikon has already filed several patents for full frame mirrorless lenses in the past. Patents are no guarantee for future products, but I think everything so far points to a new full frame mirrorless camera with a new mount that can accommodate a 50mm f/0.9 lens.

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Via hi-lows-note

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