Nikon’s compact fast-aperture 40mm F2 lens for its Z-mount cameras has hit store shelves in the Pacific Northwest, pegging the Z 28mm F2.8 as one of Nikon’s least expensive options in the lineup.
We are impressed not only by how lightweight this lens is, but also by the fact that it is well built and balances well in full frame cameras. We got straight to shooting all over Seattle to see the $299 asking price in terms of image quality on the Z7’s high-resolution camera bodies. Short version: It’s not the best lens Nikon has ever made, but it’s a lot of fun.
Check out our sample gallery of the Nikon Z 40mm F2
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