Nikon Corporation has released the NIKKOR Z 85mm f/1.2 S, a large-aperture medium-telephoto prime lens compatible with full-frame/FX-format mirrorless cameras that use the Nikon Z mount, as well as the NIKKOR Z 26mm f thin wide-angle prime lens.
The NIKKOR Z 85mm f/1.2 S belongs to the “S-Line * ” series, and is said to be a single focus lens that achieves both high resolution and beautiful, large bokeh. It is said that the possibilities of expression will further expand in portrait photography, including scenes such as weddings and fashion.
*S-Line is the grade set for NIKKOR Z lenses. Nikon’s original design guidelines and quality control have been passed to high standards, and it demonstrates a particularly high level of optical performance.
The NIKKOR Z 26mm f/2.8 achieves high image quality in addition to overwhelming thinness and lightness. Aiming for every shooting opportunity, it is said to support shooting by advanced amateur users who always carry a camera.
“Nikon will continue to pursue new levels of optical performance, meet user needs, and aim to further expand the possibilities of imaging expression, contributing to the development of imaging culture,” the Nikon PR Team said in their announcement.