Nikon PC-E 19mm f/4

  • Nikon PC-E 19mm f/4


Nikon PC-E 19mm f/4

  • 97° Angle of View
  • Tilts ±7.5° in 1° Increments, Shifts ±12mm in 1mm Increments
  • 9.84" Minimum Focusing Distance
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The Nikon PC-E 19mm f/4 is a tilt shift lens that allows one to mimic the movements of large format cameras for serious landscape, studio, tabletop, and architectural photography. The tilt shift function on this 19mm f/4 lens allows adjustment of the focal plane by an angle of ±7.5° and enables parallel shift of the optical axis by ±12mm. Both tilt and shift can be engaged singly and in combination. The most common use of the shift function is to correct convergence while the tilt function is commonly associated with "miniature" appearing images. You can also use this lens without tilting or shifting as a normal wide angle (but note that there is no autofocus function). Up to 90° of rotation is also possible using the PC Rotation capability and shift movements do not require locking or unlocking for use. This lens is ideal for expansive indoor views or vistas, architectural photography, landscapes, and fine art.

Focal Length: 19mm
Aperture Range: f/4-f/32
Mount Type: Nikon F
Format Coverage: Full Frame (FX)
Minimum Focus Distance: 9.84"
Angle of View: 97°
Focus: Manual Focus Only
Magnification: 0.18x
Optics: 17 Elements/13 Groups, 9 Iris Blades
Filter Size: N/A
Dimensions: 4.88"L x 3.5"⌀
Weight: 1.95 lbs
Additional Features:

  • Tilts ±7.5° in 1° Increments
  • Shifts ±12mm in 1mm Increments

  • Nikon 19mm f/4 ED PC-E Tilt-Shift Lens
  • Front Cap
  • Back Cap

  • This lens can be shot as a standard 19mm wide angle or shifted in any angle desired and remain parallel to the sensor. Tilting allows you to tilt the lens instead of moving the lens around in a flat plane parallel to the sensor. Using tilt makes it so the focus plane of the lens is no longer parallel with the sensor.
  • There is no filter support on this lens, neither front screw-on type or rear gelatin type.

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