Nikon introduced a cool new wide-angle lens for its Z-series mirrorless cameras at CES yesterday. The Nikon Z 14-30mm f/4 S lens is the widest full body lens that encompasses a flat entrance factor, which implies you may simply connect screw-in filters.
It matches properly with the Z6/Z7 in each measurement and weight. The lens retracts to a compact measurement of solely 3.5″ if you aren’t capturing. The barrel should prolong for operation (an error message seems on the digicam LCD if you happen to attempt to shoot in retracted place).
Likewise, the lens is surprisingly mild at only a smidge over a pound. It balances properly in hand when connected to the Z6.
Nikon leans on a brand new optical system for the 14-30mm f/four lens with 4 Extra-Low Dispersion (ED) and 4 aspherical glass components.
The Nikon Z 14-30mm f/four S lens can be obtainable in Spring 2019 for $1299.95. You can pre-order it here at B&H Photo.