The Nikkor Z 50 mm f1.2 S is the Nikon’s first Z series lens with a speed of 1:1.2 has been announced along with the NIKKOR Z 14-24mm f2.8 S lens. This is a normal-length prime lens featuring advanced optics and bright design to suit everything from available-light portraiture to selective-focus documentary subjects.
The new Nikon lens has a special place in their Nikon Z lens series. It should be characterized by high resolution, reliable autofocus, and the ability to control the aesthetics of the image. Whether harmonious bokeh or detailed point light reproduction – professional photographers can achieve new dimensions of depth and detail in photos and films with a classic focal length of 50 mm.
A series of extra-low dispersion and aspherical elements also help to achieve high sharpness, notable clarity, and accurate rendering while ARNEO and Nano Crystal Coats, as well as a Super Integrated Coating, suppress flare, ghosting, and surface reflections for improved contrast and color fidelity.
This lens exploits the fascinating light output of the Nikon Z mount and the open aperture of 1:1.2 allows comprehensive control of the depth of field. The optical system utilizes four extra-low dispersion elements and three aspherical elements, which reduce a variety of aberrations and distortion in order to achieve high sharpness and clarity along with accurate rendering of subjects and point light sources, such as stars.
Nikkor Z 50 mm f1.2 S Specifications
- Focal Length: 50mm
- Maximum Aperture: f/1.2
- Minimum Aperture: f/16
- Lens Mount: Nikon Z
- Format Compatibility: Full-Frame
- Angle of View: 47°
- Minimum Focus Distance: 45 cm
- Maximum Magnification: 0.15x
- Optical Design: 17 Elements in 15 Groups
- Diaphragm Blades: 9, Rounded
- Focus Type: Autofocus
- Image Stabilization: No
- Front Filter Size: 82 mm
- Dimensions: 89.5 x 150 mm
- Weight: 1090 g
Price and availability
Nikon Nikkor Z 50 mm f1.2 S lens is now available to pre-order on the Bhphotovideo.com website for $2,096.95 and shipping start from mid-December 2020.