Other lenses on the Nikon Z lens roadmap that the manufacturer has promised for release by 2021 are as follows: 28mm compact prime Adapter design isn’t exactly rocket science. Yet I wouldn’t call the current lenses “compact”… Who really needs a f1.2 lens? The most eye-catching is a 58mm F0.95 'Noct' lens and, naturally, standard focal lengths such as an 85mm F1.8, 24-70mm F2.8 and 70-200mm F2.8 will be appearing in due course, as well. A thrill to shoot. Show the world what the Z mount is capable of. Big performance. I am thinking the Z6s and Z7s will have upgraded AF and I will want to move from my DSLR’s, but it will be much less attractive for me without the 100-400 and 200-600 lenses. First, Nikon has released some surprises that were not previously on the roadmap (1.4x and 2x teleconverters, as well as the new Z 24-50mm zoom). Although the Nikon Z 70-200mm f/2.8 VR S was released a while ago, it is still nowhere to be found as of October 2020, with very limited availability across all major retailers. NY 10036. 58mm f/0.95 S 9. For the museum. More disturbing is the omission of the affordable tele zooms. Nikon doesn’t need more adapters, they need to make up their minds where the future can be for them. “Z cameras less capable than their existing gear” – this joke I also read numerous times and it looses it’s humour each time a bit more. Nikon’s Z lens roadmap has expanded substantially over the past two years – and the company’s most recent roadmap update promises a total of 27 Z-mount lenses before the close of 2022.. It’s a clear sign that Nikon is devoted to their mirrorless system, which debuted just over two years ago with the Nikon Z7 but has remained limited in both camera and lens selection. Lichtsterker. They will complement the F-Nikkors very well. So, anyone who wants to stick to old lenses and believes that they are better than the new ones should do so. by Andy Day. The Nikon Z 24-50mm f/4-6.3 is available in kits with the new Nikon Z5, and is now avaialable on its own $399.95 / £439 / AU$799.95. Its classic 85mm length makes it a key lens in the arsenal of portrait, social and wedding photographers. Nikon’s had a slight reshuffle of their Z lens roadmap. As it stands right now, it seems to be all over the place. Since the Z-mount was first launched, Nikon have continued to introduce exciting pieces of glass. Nasim calls it “Red dots” and to me it’s “red/green colour blobs”. Take a look at what Nikon is currently planning to release in 2019 and 2020: Nikkor Z 24-50mm f/4-6.3. There is no camera made by anybody that can accept an adapted Z-mount lens. Z6 II vs. Z7 II – advice on which one better for enthusiast level, To watermark or not to watermark on prints. Discussion in 'Nikon' started by ShunCheung, Nov 19, 2020 at 2:03 PM. 2. Given the long delays in Z lenses coming to market Nikon should release a revamped FTZ adapter that can AF its older screw-drive lenses. The first professional zoom for the Z system is the highly anticipated 24-70mm f/2.8. The best cameras to buy in 2020: cameras for every user level and every lifestyle! It’s also nice to see not one, but two dedicated macro lenses on their way for the Z system. Just for shit and giggles — will there be an adapter to adapt the S mount lenses? So a lot of people are not waiting around because they are addicted to antique DSLR’s, it’s because there is not a more capable mirror-less camera / eco-system available for their use. A Nikkor Z 28mm f/1.8 S lens was previously alluded to on what was alleged to be a leaked 2020/21 Z mount roadmap, although that roadmap now appears to be fake. It's notable that the competing Canon RF lens roadmap doesn't feature any first-party primes this wide, as Canon's widest prime lens is 35mm. Since the Z-mount was first launched, Nikon have continued to introduce exciting pieces of glass. 105mm S Micro macro lens, 18-140mm DX travel zoom for the Z50 And the 70-300mm AF-P does match extremely well with the Z cameras. Also note that Nikon isn’t even shipping the new Z 70-200, a staple of all different kinds of photographers from action to portriats. This is not a small decision, as I will need 3 bodies and at least the new Z 70-200 (a requirement for my work). 35mm f/1.8 S 3. If Z doesn’t fly, then it’s not because of the lack of adapters. 16-50mm f/3.5-6.3 DX 10. © So, for things not on the roadmap, I prefer wide-to-mild-telephoto wide aperture primes (f/1.2 lenses from 35mm to 85mm – the 28mm f/1.4E and 105mm f/1.4E are both recent and excellent and shouldn’t be a priority to replace – I’m certainly not ready to replace mine as I’ve had them less than a year) to a replacement for the 70-300 AF-P. That said, I want to make clear that I agree with Nikon’s priorities in terms of what’s already on the roadmap. The Z7 with 14-30 f4 S, 24-70 f4 S and 70-200 f4 F is the highest-quality and lightest full-frame landscape setup on the market. Here is an updated version of the Nikon Nikkor Z roadmap that includes the latest lens announcements (more info here) – no new lenses were added: Here is an updated list of all currently available Nikkor Z mirrorless lenses (click for larger view): Pre-orders open for the new Nikkor Z 50mm f/1.2 S and Z 14-24mm f/2.8 S lenses The new Nikon Z mount has a diameter of 55mm, making it 17% bigger than the F-mount, and with that comes the promise of faster lenses than we have seen before – for example, the super-fast Nikkor Z 58mm f/0.95 S Noct. AKASO Brave 7 gives vloggers total control over video production, OneGo Backpack: stylish for professionals wherever, whenever, It's official! After that it’s still the lack of the “superior optical viewfinder” what the museum wardens like to criticize. The flange distance (the distance between the back of the lens and the sensor) is now just 16mm, as there is no mirror to build into the light path. To be used by a small group of people for photos otherwise impossible. According to an interview on French website, Phototrend, Nikon plans to step up the speed when it comes to their Z mount lens roadmap. Plus, as light as the 70-300mm is, it still would be nice to save the weight and leave the FTZ at home. Probably the most anticipated lens on the Nikon Z lens roadmap, this monster prime lens has a phenomenal f/0.95 maximum aperture and was designed to showcase what the Z mount is capable of. Here are a selection of non-Nikon lenses that are on the market or on the horizon…. Lenses that have not yet been formally announced are marked in bold: We don’t yet know the maximum aperture values of some of these lenses, including the 400mm and 600mm primes, but we can roughly tell what they are going to be based on their previous designs. Nikon camera rumors Considered a step backwards? The D7500 is also an awesome camera. You can follow him on Instagram and Facebook. Assuming the 28 pancake has a reasonable price to performance ratio, I am likely to get one. It’s a lot easier to make a better adapter than design a Z 135mm/1.8 to replace the classic 135/2.0 DC. Here is a rundown of the already-available lenses on the Nikon Z lens roadmap, as well as those that are on the horizon – and we'll keep this page updated as Nikon announces new optics…. I’ll still probably use the f-mount lenses adapted but having a decent 28mm lens that’s light and useful will be key. With the arrival of the Nikon Z50, which employs a smaller APS-C sensor, Nikon has deployed a line of DX lenses for its Z-mount system. I’m confident many wildlife photographers are quietly hoping the 2 telephotos are Phase-Fresnel. Updated Pentax K-mount lens roadmap (June 2020) By admin | Published: June 26, 2020. I do not care if there is complete compatibility with screw mount as the new lenses for Z are far and away superior, even if somewhat slower, than the F mount options.