Lenswear for visionaries
When it comes to camera lenses, everyone knows Nikon. The same technology, highest-quality materials and years of proven optical design experience have also produced Nikon’s premium, high-performance eyeglass lenses.
Today’s lenses are almost all made from plastic resins. These materials are are lightweight and much safer than mineral glass. However, plastic is much easier to scratch than glass. And just like glass, it generates reflections that can hinder how well you see, and how well people can see you.
This is why lenses must be treated in order to resist scratches, dust, smudges and reflections, while also better protecting your eyes. Nikon lenses are treated with up to 15 layers of coatings on the surface of the lens.
The base of the lens treatment is the varnishing hard coat layer. It protects your lenses from scratches. Then, multiple layers are applied on top of the varnish to reduce reflections, repel dust, and also cut specific light rays in order to provide additional comfort or better protection for your eyes. Finally, a top layer is applied to make your lens water- and grease-repellent, ensuring your eyeglass lenses stay clean.
Nikon was the first to launch a lens treatment in 2011 that cut blue light, providing enhanced contrast and comfort for frequent screen users.
When quality matters
Over the years, Nikon has proved that it can deliver outstanding performance in the most extreme conditions.
From mission in frigid cold weather to the unpredictable environment of space, Nikon has earned the status of a legendary brand.
Regardless of our environment, you can expect your Nikon lenses to deliver:
- Superior optics
- The latest innovation
- Unparalleled quality
Nikon is synonym with “the world finest lenses”. You can expect your Nikon lenses to deliver.
Progressive lenses are the best option to correct presbyopia. Nikon has a wide range of options that will deliver superior optical performance, better aesthetics and comfort, all within a single lens.
Nikon offers 3 models of progressive lenses: SeeMax, Presio Advance, Presio GO Digital. (Read more)
Office lenses, or “computer lenses”, are designed for use in an office and are great for people needing clear vision at intermediate and near distances such as managers, admin, designers, architects, dentists, librarians, lawyers.
If you use a computer more than four hours per day, these lenses are ideal. Nikon offers 3 models of office lenses: DigiLife, Home & Office, Soltes Wide. (Read more)