Nikon expands the Nikkor Z lens series with the first fixed focal length for DX cameras. The NIKKOR Z DX 24 mm f/1.7 weighs only 135 grams and with a focal length of 24 millimeters offers an angle of view that is comparable to that of a
36mm full-frame lens. It is suitable for landscape shots, street photography, portraits and much more.
Thanks to the high light intensity of 1:1.7 and the short close-up limit of 0.18 m (12.5 cm to the front lens) you can take sharp pictures even in low light or freeze movements with shorter exposure times. The pronounced bokeh with an open aperture also enables a three-dimensional effect of depth.
The autofocus is powered by a quiet stepper motor.
Since the perspective is very close to the classic 35mm shot that filmmakers prefer, it’s suitable NIKKOR Z DX 24mm f/1.7 is also very good for filming as there is no focus breathing.
The NIKKOR Z DX 24mm f/1.7 is expected to be available from mid-June 2023 for around 320 euros. For more information, see the Nikon websites.
Technical specifications: NIKKOR Z DX 24 mm f/1,7
|focal length||24 mm|
|optical construction||9 lenses in 8 groups (including 2 aspherical lenses)|
|focus||rear group focusing|
|Maximum image scale||1:5,3|
|Number of aperture blades||7 (aperture with rounded blades)|
|aperture range||1:1,7 bis 1:11|
|filter thread||46 mm (P = 0,75 mm)|
|Diameter x length (from bayonet mount)||about 70mm×40mm|
|Weight||ca. 135 g|
|focus||Auto focus, manual focus|
|included supply||Lens Cap LC-46B (front cap), Lens Cap LF-N1 (rear cap), Lens Hood HN-42|
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