I just uploaded a video to YouTube showcasing Nikon 1 Nikkor 32mm F1.2’s autofocus performance. I’ve tested its speed in bright daylight as well as in low light.
I usually test my own gear and I normally need quite a lot of time to form my opinion about a specific piece of kit. It’s different this time around. I’m testing out a sample of the mighty Nikon 1 Nikkor 32mm f1.2 lent to me by my friend Jan H. Maaso.
The 1 Nikkor 32mm f/1.2 needs no introduction. Being an f/1.2 lens and one of the most expensive ones the Nikon 1 system has to offer, it’s the most prominent lens in the system. Many people who know next to nothing about the Nikon 1 system are aware of its existence. Due to it being out of my reach financially, I wouldn’t have been able to try it out if it weren’t for Jan agreeing to part with it for a couple of months.
If Joe Marquez’s photos are any indication, the Nikon 32mm f/1.2 is quite good for portraiture and any other type of photography, where you need shallower depth of field. The embedded photo displays smooth bokeh and superb sharpness. For more samples visit Joe Marquez’s Flickr Stream! It’s definitely worth a look! 🙂
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