NIKKOR Z 135mm f/1.8 S Plena S-Line


  • NIKKOR Z 135mm f/1.8 S Plena
  • NIKKOR Z 135mm f/1.8 S Plena: angle1
  • NIKKOR Z 135mm f/1.8 S Plena: angle2
  • NIKKOR Z 135mm f/1.8 S Plena: angle3


  • Only the second Nikon lens to be bestowed with a name. The Latin origin of Plena means full to the brim, almost overflowing — evoking the creative fulfillment that the groundbreaking optics of this lens offer for the first time.
  • Stunning-looking circular bokeh can be depicted across the entire frame, right to the edges, without stopping down the aperture — elevating images with harmoniously smooth and beautiful bokeh gradation.
  • Superior AF performance helps to create incredibly refined imagery with the subject matter expressed with precision and clarity, even with a shallow depth of field. Delicate textures are meticulously rendered at all focal distances, free from chromatic aberrations. Each point-light source across the whole frame is reproduced with refined brilliance.
  • A lens with a premium design and its name engraved into the high-quality, well-built metal exterior that gives users a full sense of pride, satisfaction, and ownership every time they use it. Carefully thought-out ergonomics and the perfect placement of buttons and control rings make this lens effortless to operate in a smooth and satisfying way.


Focal length

135 mm

Maximum aperture


Minimum aperture


Lens construction

16 elements in 14 groups (4 ED elements, 1 aspherical element, 1 SR element, and elements with Meso Amorphous Coat and ARNEO Coat)

Angle of view

FX Format: 18°10'
DX format: 12°

Minimum focus distance

0.82 m/2.69 ft

Maximum reproduction ratio


Diaphragm blades

11 (rounded diaphragm opening)

Filter-attachment size

82 mm


Approximately 98 mm/3.9 in. maximum diameter x 139.5 mm/5.5 in. (distance to end of lens from camera lens mount flange)


Approximately 995 g/2 lb 3.1 oz

Supplied accessories

LC-82B Lens Cap (front cap), LF-N1 Lens Cap (rear cap), HB-108 Lens Hood, CL-C2 Lens Case

  • Specifications are subject to change without notice.

MTF Chart

Spatial Frequencies S: Sagittal M: Meridional
10 lines/mm image image
30 lines/mm image image

Lens Construction

  • ED glass elements
  • Aspherical lens elements
  • SR lens elements