Nikon has issued a third apology over the low stock of the Nikon Z fc camera, but does end on a positive note as it also has said that the previously delayed special edition 28mm f/2. 8 kit will become available in October.
Lee Filters has announced a new LEE100 holder designed specifically for the Nikon NIKKOR Z 14-24mm f/2.8 S ultra-wide zoom lens. The new LEE100 for the Nikon mirrorless 14-24mm lens is larger than the standard holders for the 100mm filters and is made from aluminum alloy and features what it describes as a bespoke compression […]
After two development announcements from Canon for the R3 and one from Nikon for the Z9 early in 2021, many expected to see both cameras make a splash at the Olympics in Japan this summer. If two recent reports are correct, however, neither camera will be officially announced until this fall. Nikon has been extremely […]
Nikon Japan has issued a notice stating that demand for the newly announced Z fc camera currently outpace the company’s production capability. Those who have pre-ordered the camera are likely going to have to wait “some time” before they receive it.
Nikon has announced the Z fc, a DX-format (crop sensor) camera that combines the latest mirrorless technology with a vintage design and “manual” functionality. The new camera is compact and lightweight that Nikon argues makes it a fantastic “everyday” system.
According to new reports, Nikon is close to announcing a Z-mount retro-inspired camera, similar in design to the Df DSLR. The Zfc, as it is reportedly named, will be an APS-C camera that is expected to be similar in performance to the Z50 but comes wrapped in Nikon’s film roots. While only one small image […]
Chinese camera lens manufacturer 7artisans has expanded its lineup of Nikon Z Mount lenses to include a 10mm f/2.8 Fisheye ($270), 55mm f/1.4 II ($130), and the 60mm f/2.8 II Macro ($180). All three lenses were previously available for other mounts but are now coming to Nikon Z-mount. 7artisans tells PetaPixel that the lenses will […]
The original Nikon Z6 and Z7 were personal favorites of mine, but there were a few things “missing” from that mirrorless system that I was hoping would be addressed in the next generation.
We’re smack in the middle of that end-of-the-year lull, but that won’t be the case for very long. According to the latest reports, Nikon is planning to start 2020 with a bang by officially announcing a new camera and two new lenses at CES in January.
Chinese lens maker Venus Optics is bringing two of its ultra-wide angle lenses to Canon and Nikon’s full-frame mirrorless systems. The Laowa 15mm f/2 Zero-D, which is now available for both the Canon RF and Nikon Z mounts, and the Laowa 10-18mm f/4.
Nikon has understandably made a big deal about launching their new Z-mount alongside the announcement of their new mirrorless cameras, the Z6 and Z7. The Nikon F-mount was originally released 59 years ago and the company has made backward compatibility of the system a brand pillar.