Broaden the view. Explore your creativity.
The ultra-wide 10–20mm focal length range makes it easy to expand space, exaggerate perspectives, and create striking compositions. No more stepping back to fit in sweeping views. And the minimum focus distance of 0.22 m lets you capture close-ups in which your subject fills the frame.
Travel light and capture more
The compact design makes this wide-angle zoom the perfect companion to Nikon’s agile, high-resolution DX-format DSLRs.
Enjoy rich, vibrant colours and edge-to-edge sharpness. Shoot without worrying about bright light sources causing unwanted glare. This lens delivers superb clarity and contrast throughout the frame, even when you shoot in bright sunlight or backlit situations. The distortion common to wide-angle lenses is well controlled thanks to an optical construction that includes three aspherical lens elements.
Whether you’re shooting photos or movies, Nikon’s Vibration Reduction (VR) helps achieve blur-free images and sharper shots in low light. Shoot clearer photos as daylight fades or film scenes without the unwanted effects of camera shake ruining your shots. Built-in VR enables steadier handheld shooting even at slower shutter speeds, which can help in low light. Operation is quiet, even when filming.
Smooth, fast, quiet autofocus
Bring subjects into focus with absolute precision. The near-silent autofocus also lets you record movies without picking up unwanted focusing sounds. Nikon’s AF-P-series lenses use a Stepping Motor that focuses quickly, smoothly, and quietly. When zooming in to capture a photo, you can bring your subject into focus with absolute precision. When you’re shooting video footage, the motor allows you to smoothly shift focus from subject to subject with practically no drive noise.
Create depth, show more of a landscape, or simply use the ultra-wide perspective when shooting video in small spaces. You can use the dedicated focus ring for precise manual control: slowly and smoothly pull focus from the foreground to the background. Or vice versa.