Nikon PC-E 19mm F4E ED


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Get ready for control with the PC NIKKOR 19mm f/4E ED tilt-shift lens.

As the first PC-NIKKOR to employ two PC rotation mechanisms, this lens takes flexibility to a new level. Ideal for architectural, fine art, and landscape photography, it’s made for photographers who have a keen sense of space.

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Take control: 19 mm ultra-wide-angle PC NIKKOR tilt-shift lens.

Take control: 19 mm ultra-wide-angle PC NIKKOR tilt-shift lens.

Offering a powerful combination of picture angle and image quality, this FX-format manual focus lens with perspective control allows superb compositional freedom. Its unique tilt, shift, and double-layer rotation capabilities give you extensive control over the lens’ focal plane. Easily shift to create images unaffected by convergence. Or tilt to create landscapes that are sharp from the foreground to the background, without the need to close the aperture. The 19 mm angle of view is ideal for large structures and spaces (when attached to a DX-format digital SLR, the angle of view is equivalent to that of a lens with a focal length of 28.5 mm in FX/35mm format).

High precision: legendary NIKKOR quality

Like all NIKKOR lenses, the PC NIKKOR 19mm f/4E ED delivers images with exceptional clarity and sharpness. Thanks to its unique optical construction, the distortion common in wide-angle lenses is minimised, even at the edges of the frame. Two aspherical lens elements greatly reduce coma and other types of aberration. Three extra-low-dispersion glass elements minimise axial chromatic aberration. Nikon’s Nano Crystal Coat virtually eliminates ghosting and flare throughout the frame, even in backlit situations.

High precision: legendary NIKKOR quality
Double-layer PC rotation: shoot from the perfect starting point

Double-layer PC rotation: shoot from the perfect starting point

Two PC rotation mechanisms make it easy to capture images that perfectly reflect your vision. You can rotate the lens around its own axis, and adjust the direction of the tilt and shift independently of each other. Tilt can be made parallel or perpendicular to shift, useful when you want to avoid the keystone effect in architectural images without the need for post-edit cropping. The whole lens can be rotated up to 90° in either direction, with click stops at 30° and 60°. When rotating tilt relative to shift, the lens can be rotated up to 90º with a click stop at 45°. You can also lock the lens at ‘0’ and use it as a 19 mm manual-focus lens.

Focal length 19 mm
Maximum aperture f/4
Minimum aperture f/32
Lens construction 17 elements in 13 groups (including 3 ED glass, 2 aspherical lens elements, and lens elements with Nano Crystal Coat or fluorine coat)
Angle of view 97 (73 with a DX-format camera)
Minimum focus distance 0.25 m / 0.9 ft. from focal plane
Maximum reproduction ratio 0.18x
No. of diaphragm blades 9 (rounded diaphragm opening)
Perspective control Horizontal and vertical tilt and shift. Shift of 12 mm, tilt of 7.5
Rotation 90 left and right with stops every 30
Filter attachment size No filter attachment possible
Diameter x length (extension from lens mount) Approx. 89 mm maximum diameter 124 mm (distance from camera lens mount flange, based upon CIPA guidelines)
Weight Approx. 885 g (based upon CIPA guidelines)
Supplied accessories LF-4 rear lens cap, Slip-on front lens cap LC-K101, lens case CL-1120
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