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Date: 13/03/2013 | By: Heather

Nikon presents the new Nikkor 32mm f/1.2 lens for the Nikon 1 series

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Nikon presents the new Nikkor 32mm f/1.2 lens for the Nikon 1 series

Do you own a mirrorless camera in the Nikon 1 series? Then you’ll be over the moon to hear that Nikon is prepared to released a new lens for the system … and it’s a goodie.

It will be a 32mm f/1.2 portrait lens, which is the equivalent of an 86.4mm focal length on a full-frame camera. Both large and fast, it will make a great addition to any Nikon enthusiast’s collection. Not to mention it looks quite fine paired with the V2.

Both price and delivery date are unknown, but the wait won’t be long. According to rumors, the official announcement will happen as soon as April 2013.

Source: MirrorlessRumors

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