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Nikon NIKKOR Z 35mm f/1.8 S
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|Compatible Mountings||Nikon Z|
|Lens Description||35 millimetres|
|Max Focal Length||35|
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- Fast 35mm prime Lens for Z Mirrorless cameras
- Uncanny f/1.8 performance-extreme sharpness from the center of the frame to the edges
- New ultra-quiet stepping motor for silent focusing
- Dreamy blurred background and superior Low-light performance
- 5-Axis Dual detect optical VR powered by the Z Mirrorless cameras
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A Wider World of Possibilities.
35mm prime. A desert-island lens for many. Wide enough to nail the view. Shallow enough to draw out subjects. Fast enough to make the impossible possible. And so sharp...just utter unwavering sharpness. In reimagining this classic lens for the new Z system, we may very well have perfected it.
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|Item Dimensions||3.40 x 2.90 x 2.90 inches||3.35 x 3.50 x 3.50 inches||3.50 x 3.10 x 3.10 inches||3.40 x 3.40 x 4.70 inches|
|Item Weight||0.82 lbs||1.07 lbs||1.10 lbs||1.00 lbs|
|Lens Type||Standard||Wide Angle||Wide Angle, Telephoto||Wide Angle|
|Maximum Aperture||f/1.8||4 millimeters||f/4||2.8 millimeters|
|Maximum Focal Length||35||30 millimeters||70||14 millimeters|
|Minimum Focal Length||35||14 millimeters||24||10 millimeters|
A brilliant reimagining of the classic 35mm prime for Z mirrorless cameras. Performance Unlike any f/1.8 before it. Designed to be shot wide-open-extreme sharpness from the center of the frame to the edges. Liberating low-light performance. Dreamy blurred backgrounds. Ultra-quiet focusing. Equally great for stills or videos. Prepare to be amazed.
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+ very sharp, low distortion
+ fast and accurate AF
- not the 'feel' of a 1.4, let alone a Leica lens...
It's a quite big, but light and well built 35mm than can cope with the sensor res of the Z7.
(My AF-S 35/1.4 only delivers around 28MP, hence doesn't do on the Z7).
What I would have hoped for is a 1.4 version that would get closer to (but probably never reach) my Leica Summilux 35.
Overall, more versatile than the 50mm (which is also awesome).
I wish I'd known about this but this was my first Z lens (I had used the FTZ with my native F glass up until this point). In either case I wasn't aware that the Z-lens would reset focus ever time I turn off the camera. Nasim over at Photography life writes about this major oversight but I didn't catch it prior to purchase. Given I tend to set focus at infinity for my landscape and starscape photography and lock it in place with gaffer tape this became a no go for me as I hate resetting focus. While I can keep the camera on that just eats battery which on the Z6 is a no go. Nasim hopes they'll fix this in a firmware but I can't buy into any Z lenses until they do as I'm worried its a design issue that can't be fixed in firmware (maybe not but I can't take the risk). I'm so upset about this I may just stick to the FTZ adapter or even just get some Sony lenses and the new Techart adapter. I just don't understand why Nikon would do this.
I did find that in the "sleep" mode the camera retains focus but it also continues to eat up battery and I prefer to switch the camera off between composing shots as otherwise the slightest button press wakes up the camera and I'm already traveling with 3 spare batteries where I used to just travel with 1 on my D750...
I love the Z6. Still getting used to the focus system but the results are stellar and way worth the upgrade over my D750. That said until this issue is resolved in the Z lenses I can't buy in to them. I've since read all Z lenses out to this point have this issue. While it doesn't bother me for street and portrait as noted I mainly do landscape and astrophotography. Let's hope they address this in a firmware as I'll definitely buy this lens (or it's 1.4/1.2 version) if Nikon addresses this fatal flaw.
I’m am now of the clear belief that the 35mm is the sharpest of the Z prime range.
Amazon's return process for expensive items is a colossal waste of time.
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I am a profession photographer and have tested it in all conditions. Pay no attention to utube click baits and people who say it costs too much, you will be paying for one of best built sharpest plus other optical qualities you can buy and I have had 40 years of testing lenses and am a canon shooter. Well done Nikon for taking us into the real digital photographic age.
Right out of the box it looks and feels like all the other S lenses. Not too heavy, quality construction, everything you could hope for. But it's the image quality that stunned me. For 15+ years I've carried a Nikon DSLR and a zoom lens, for many years a 24-70/2.8 lens. I've always bought primes but never used them much at all. These S lens are different, I've pretty much completely switched to using primes!
The sharpness, speed, and quietness are talked about a lot. Obviously all stellar but there is a very difficult to describe image feel to the S primes. Yup they're 'only' f1.8 lenses, but having used 1.4 f mount lenses I'm not missing anything at all. You can shoot these S primes wide open at 1.8 all day and the quality is stunning.
I recently traded in my 24-70/4s kit lens for the f2.8s version. But I'm still finding I prefer to shoot with the prime lenses. The 35mm being one of the 3 I pretty much carry everywhere now. If you have a Z6/7 get yourself some of the primes, they're definitely worth it.