ZF.2:

SLR lenses with F bayonet mount for cameras from Nikon

ZF.2 lenses support all key modes (e.g. aperture priority, shutter priority, program AE or manual exposure settings) on camera models equipped with an electronic interface (e.g. current Nikon DSLR cameras). To do so, simply lock the aperture ring in the largest f-stop (e.g. 16) shown in orange. On camera models without an electronic interface, the aperture is manually set on the lens aperture ring. With some camera models, it is possible to set in the menu whether the lens should be selected using the setting dial on the camera or the aperture ring on the lens. Please note that, for technical reasons, there is no halfway notch between the largest (e.g. 16) and second largest (e.g. 11) f-stop. The focused distance is not transmitted to the camera body.

For details regarding metering modes and further functions, please check the camera´s manual. The ZF.2 lenses accord to the Nikon AI-P standard (manual focus lenses with CPU).


Nikon
       
F2-A, Nikkormat FT3, FM, FM2
F2-AS
EM
EL, FE, FE2, FM3A, F3
F301, F501, FG
FA, F4, F5
F70, F90, F90X, F100, F401, F601, F801, D1, D1X, D1H
F50, F55, F65, F75, F80, D40, D40X, D50, D60, D70, D70s, D80, D90, D100, D3000, D5000, D3100, D5100, D3200, D5200, D3300, D5300
F6, D2-Serie, D200, D300, D300s, D3, D3s, D3X, D7000, D7100, D600, D610, D700, D750, D800, D800E, D810, D4, D4s, DF
Fujifilm        
FinePix S1Pro, S2Pro, S3Pro, S5Pro
Kodak        
Kodak Pro 14n
● compatible    ○ incompatible
Manual Exposure Setting
Aperture Priority (Shutter speed automatically set by camera)
Shutter Priority (Aperture value automatically set by camera)
Automatic Exposure Control

The table only takes well-known camera models with F bayonet since 1959 into consideration.