New Nikon “Noct” Trademark for Full Frame Mirrorless Lenses

Nikon has registered a new trademark called “Noct” online. The “Noct” could for some of fast lenses of Nikon’s upcoming full frame mirrorless lenses. Just as Leica uses the “Noctilux” for their fast lenses.

Nikon in the past has already filed patents for Nikon full frame mirrorless lenses, two fast FF mirrorless lenses are NIKKOR 52mm f/0.9 and NIKKOR 36mm f/1.2.

Nikon-52mm-f0.9-full-frame-mirrorless-lens-patent

Nikkor 52mm f/0.9 FF Mirrorless Lens:

  • f = 36.00 (focal length)
  • FNo = 1.25 (aperture)
  • ω = 31.8 (half angle of view)
  • Y = 21.64 (image height)
  • TL = 159.500 (total length)
  • BF = 22.298 (backfocus)

Nikkor 36mm f/1.2 FF 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)

 

via: NC