dx lenses on z50
Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer of the Year has selected 25 photos for its People's Choice Award. In their place will be mirrorless systems (both APS-C and FF). The fact of the matter is that none of the other APS-C bodies (at least from Sony and Fuji) in this price range have IBIS. You can follow him on Instagram and Facebook. If i was the head of Nikon, it would be balls to the wall; just release the best no-excuses stuff out of the gate, and keep pushing the envelope. So just like Nikon had a whole line of DX and FX DSLR bodies and lenses, so too will Nikon have a whole line of DX and FX mirrorless bodies, with total cross-compatibility between them. 1 With capture of APS-C size or DX â¦ I have a 1Ds Mark III and an original M. The M is nice for being compact but the lens lineup isn't that great. The Sony 16-50mm while 1/3 faster on the long end is particularly bad. Sony fans, ML fans in general, would lose their minds viewing at 100%! It started when they dumped the 1.4 crop factor 1D series and then continued when they released yet another mount with the R mirrorless. I'm not heavy into sports shooting so the long fast primes aren't too much of s concern for me. When it comes to ergonomics, Nikon shooters will feel right at home with the Z50. No reason at all for it to be empty. Flippy screen Nikon, put a Fcukng Flippy screen on this thing! Lastly, if you own older AF-D type lenses, keep in mind that they will work just fine on the D7500, but they will not autofocus on the Z50 with the FTZ adapter. That would likely increase the body size to some extent though. PZ is great for video but horrible for photos. I get to use my APS-C lenses that I already own. @T3. For normal lenses that you are ever going to see in Z mount APS-C, that Fuji article has no useful information. The Z-mount's short flange-focal will actually benefit the ZDX lenses from about 24mm (36mm equiv) and shorter. And one that has a screw drive pass through to AF the AF-D lenses. Have a look. The Z50 should have the IBIS too. OTOH, I can put a speed booster on my M5 with an EF 50mm f/1.4 a nd presto I have a 35mm f/1 lens. The f1.8 versions are the sharp general purpose lenses, and the f1.4 (now f1.2...) versions are the wedding/portrait lenses. Who would mount 24-70 2.8 on a Z50 anyway? I nearly bought one of these on impulse over lunch today, but what got in my way is the fact that it uses a different battery. Please note that the above table primarily compares key camera specifications and does not take into account the camera system as a whole. As to better photographs, good photographers can take good photographs with almost anything. I have the Z-50 with the 16-50 and 50-250 lens combination. :). Not really. @T3:Nothing Sony shoots ever looks good so your entire argument is moot. I'm don't get overly worked up whether I'm at 35mm or 33mm or 36mm. Expect the 85mm f1.2S to have completely different bokeh from the f1.8S. Just wanted to make the point that Canon is not crazy putting IS in the lenses, it is just future proof. Don't forget to add price to the list also which puts it in a upper category and the same apply to Nikon lenses, the ones that come with the Z50 being within the consumer lower price range - but the important will be to see their performance and if it matches the perceived IQ of the target customer not the enthusiast/professional customers that will always look for better and faster stuff. People buying an entry level camera don't want their only kit-lens option to be a PZ like it was with the V3. The Fuji XF lenses are indeed superior to the XC versions, not just in speed and build quality but in IQ, specifically in terms of the richness of the contrast. Re-read what I typed. I am happy it is not a flipout screen : I do not shoot video... :-). The throat is way excessive though. At least DSLR DX has faster lenses with the 18-55mm VR II f/3.5-5.6 and 55-200mm VR II f/4-5.6. Sadly, no such lenses are on the roadmap for the immediate future. As I recall, Canon introduced 3 adaptors -- a basic one, a control ring one, and a drop-in filter one. At the Z50 price point, though, you don't find much with sensor-VR/IS, so I suspect Nikon made this decision by the usual bean-counting way (e.g. Obviously this is just the beginning for Nikon. $13.99. I'd try to point out how you're objectively wrong but your posting history makes that unnecessary. 'What's the best mirrorless camera?' This whole market positioning crap is really getting in the way of simply making good cameras. There is something to be said for proportionality. Both are very compact for their focal range, particularly when in their unextended travel position. YAHOO #2...... Also, , as compared to a Fuji, or the Canon M-EOS series, its going to be a better bet right out of the box, and its affordable. Sample Images Introduction Format Lens Compatibility Specifications Accessories Unboxing Performance Compare User's Guide Recommendations More Information Nikon Z50 (15.7 oz./446g with battery and card, one SD card slot, $857) and superb Nikon Z 16-50mm DX VR. @Beckler8: People may not want PZ but that's because they don't know what they're doing. Find the Z6 here! Take a look at what Nikon has done here: Compared to the Nikon D3500 and D7500 that have a total of 10 buttons, the Z50 only has 6 total buttons, in addition to the multi-selector OK button. Yes, the mount seems to be a constraint, but the Z50 is also quite wide and very deep with it's grip. Thatâs under the current price of the 20.9-megapixel D7500. Also keep in mind that IBIS is really effective for shorter FLs, and once you start getting into the telephoto range IBIS is much less effective. You can get the excellent Fuji XF 18-55mm F2.8-4.0 OSS as a kit: https://www.amazon.com/Fujifilm-X-T20-XF18-55mmF2-8-4-0-OIS-Lens-Silver/dp/B01NCVN74T/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=fuji+x-t20+18-55&qid=1570744847&sr=8-3. The Z50 has an SD and the Z6 and Z7 have XQD slots. Whereas i couldn't say I've seen such harsh bokeh with the 85. Lenses which don't benefit at all from the wide throat or short flange-focal like the 50mm f1.8S and 85mm f1.8s are stunningly sharp. they aren't as good optically as the XF but are lighter and cheaper. It's not as difficult because of the Z-mount. The new Laowa 15mm F4.5 Shift lens lets you go wide with perspective control. :) I should have said 'deal maker'. It wouldn't necessarily be pretty or yield the best results, but it can be done. It's not about the convenience in getting to an exact focal length in terms of mm, it's about getting to an exact focal length that suits the perspective and the framing that you want for your image. They could also do a variation of what I mentioned--maybe not a removable collar but one that rotates so you can rotate it up 180 degrees for hand held uses. That's why all of Canon's, Sony's, and Nikon's FF mirrorless bodies have APS-C crop mode. The front Grip is Masterful and it does not have an annoyingly stupid "selfie Flip out" type of screen that makes the camera 23 inches wide when you flip it out. C'mon Nikon, push the boundaries just a little bit ! It's obviously not sharp at all wide open and the fringing on the cat photos in the Sample Gallery is really obvious. What’s the best camera for less than $1000? I have read a lot about using old DX lenses with the FTZ converter but is there any way to find out if my lenses will work with the converter? "Canon has always made their EF-s lenses incompatible with FF bodies and it has never gotten in the way of their market share.". I bought it all from B&H and they gave me a decent deal. Canon, Sony, Fujifilm and Panasonic have already had 24mm equiv+ kit lens zooms for ages. Too expensive!! The compact and lightwâ¦ (If it does exist) Thanks a lot. Sweet indoor sports/event lens though. THAT will be the portrait Z lens. Also no flipout screen. Yes, anyone can make a mistake when reviewing a product, but after so many folks have brought this to their attention, at this point their silence is bordering on misinformation. Take a closer look. Not sure who it's aimed at to be honest, I guess Nikon must have done some market research. Here is the view of the top of the camera that shows the depth of the grip, as well as the minimal number of buttons and dials on the top of the camera: As you can see, the top of the camera is somewhat similar to cameras like D3500 and D5600, although there are a few important changes to keep in mind. @ LGO. The Dx lenses will vignette on a full frame body to some extent. Now Canon has EF, EF-S, EF-M and EF-R mounts. They obviously know how to do IBIS and if the pricing on the Z6 indicates anything, it can be done without adding a significant amount of money to the cost. I put together a summary table below that highlights the key differences between these cameras: As you can see from the above table, the Nikon Z50 has pretty fierce competition at similar price points. Actually, I am surprised to see that it's not that small. Nikon says that the body is somewhat weather-sealed, although not up to the standards of the full-frame Z6 and Z7 bodies. First of all, the grip of the camera is deep and very comfortable, especially when comparing it to other cameras like Sony A6400, Fuji X-T30 and Canon EOS M6 II. There's no shame in that at all. But they're letting you assign a function on the lenses themselves. Let’s take a closer look at the camera and its specifications. Nikone has made sure that it's APS-C users have a wait to upgrade, just as they did with the DSLRs and F-mount glass. While testing out the camera, I purposefully limited myself to only the two DX kit zoom lenses the camera came with, so that I can demonstrate their capabilities and see if they are sufficient for most day-to-day needs of photographers. Built in flash.Bad: Another battery type? We are now three cameras into the Z line-up, and it is almost hard to believe that Nikon has completely ignored this issue. Take a look. So if they someday upgrade to FF, it is an obvious advantage if they are still able to use their APS-C lenses. @T3I've spotted plenty of DX users out there and almost all of them used DX lenses. Sure that you can but if you want to keep a play levelled field you have to compare the Nikon lens to the Fuji XC equivalent not to the XF that bought alone costs ($699) nowadays, just less 157 bucks than the Z50 body ($856,95 at B&H). What other controls do you think should be on the top? Of course, someone could make a focal expander (Most teleconverters will work if the lenses fit) so you could put an EF-S lens on a FF body and have a really slow tele lens for your FF. Planning to treat yourself to a new full-frame camera this holiday season? I'm talking with guys every week on football sidelines who are waiting and wondering where the fast long lenses are. @Dragonrider. I LIKE mirrorless, yet still enjoy using DSLRs, and wonder why I should buy THIS camera. In our latest buying guide we've selected some cameras that might be a bit older but still offer a lot of bang for the buck. DPReview TV: Mid-Range APS-C Mirrorless Shootout (Canon M6 Mk II, Sony a6400, Nikon Z50, Fuji X-T30), Best Mid-Range Full Frame Mirrorless: Canon R6, Sony a7 III, Nikon Z6 II, Panasonic S5. @T3In the long run, I think Canon made a huge mistake by making their APS-C and FF mirrorless two entirely different, incompatible systems. After 2 weeks of owning this I took more photo than with D7500 for one year. that 16-50 looks like a nice compact thing - similar to the 12-32 that exists for µ43. So you'll never be able to mount any RF lens on any EOS M body. But again, this was done for marketing reasons is my guess, and to perhaps entice people to upgrade if and when an IBIS-enabled APS-C body is released. Chris and Jordan from DPReview TV also shot a gallery with the lens, but on Panasonic bodies. Deal maker would also have been fine. @io_bg - People should be allowed to make whatever choices they want when it comes to lens and body combos. Doesn't this screen flip? Here are some of our favorites. He is recognized as one of the leading educators in the photography industry, conducting workshops, producing educational videos and frequently writing content for Photography Life. Since its release in late 2019, users have been unable to recalibrate or fine-tune their Apple Pro Display XDR. The lenses will fit, but they won't illuminate the sensor past APS-C, so what did you gain. Sigma's new primes promise very good performance and light weight, when paired with L-mount and Sony E-mount mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras. The 65mm T2 completes Vazen's set of anamorphic lenses for the Micro Four Thirds system. The 200mm f2 bokeh can get a little chunky too, but its backgrounds are usually so blown out that there's no chance of detail. The new DJI Mavic Mini 2 includes several notable improvements over the original Mavic Mini, including 4K video, Raw photo capability, and DJI's robust OcuSync 2.0 transmission system. As for picture quality it is comparable with D7500 that make me happy enough. Heheheh, jk. 2-3 custom buttons probably isn't enough for efficient/quick access. It is the lightest and smallest in Nikon’s enthusiast line. The two Z mount DX lenses launched with the camera, the Nikon Z DX 16-50mm VR and the Nikon Z DX 50-250mm VR are both attractive choices for those who want to keep their camera kit small and lightweight, but for those who want more lens options, there are plenty of excellent Z-mount full-frame lenses already available, as well as older Nikon F lenses (both DX and FX) using the FTZ adapter. Considering how small the Z50 is, it would have been tough to fit an LCD screen on the top of the body without compromises, so I personally do not consider it to be a huge negative. Unless you are somewhat OCD about your photography, I can understand no reason whatsoever that I would be concerned about having my lens at exactly 35mm instead of 33mm or 36mm, especially if those other focal lengths more accurately reflect the image I wanted to make. Nasim Mansurov is the author and founder of Photography Life, based out of Denver, Colorado. @Dragonrider - "The lenses will fit, but they won't illuminate the sensor past APS-C, so what did you gain.". The Laowa 15mm F4.5 Zero-D Shift lens lets you shift perspective without moving the camera, correct for converging lines and more. I think the design goal was to keep the price down, and so they went for cheaper light weight lenses initially. So there certainly is benefit there given that 35mm equiv and shorter are very popular and important lengths. So far, everything Nikon has done seems great, and it really is. What's a flippy screen? The Pentax 50mm f1.4 Star is a great example also. Like two more custom buttons or something. Meanwhile they're hearing about the iffy AF on the Z bodies and concluding the Z world is irrelevant to them. Raymond shares his experiment using DX kit lenses on the new full frame Nikon Z6 with the FTZ adapter! Yes, these are comparable in size and price. And of course, ergonomics. Yongnuo, makers of lenses, cameras and other photo accessories, has filed a patent for a modular mirrorless camera system. @ Aegon Targaryen. https://camerasize.com/compact/#834,777,809,816,829,ha,t. Not the 85mm f/1.8 S. I have been using the 85mm f/1.8 S for a month now and used at equivalent aperture/subject-background distance scale, its bokeh is easily comparable to my Zeiss 135mm f2 and Nikon 105mm f/1.4 and 200mm f/2.0 that I use on my D850. I disagree. Alongside the Z50, Nikon have also launched the first two lenses in a fledgling range of DX Z-mount lenses, a 16-50mm pancake zoom and 50-250mm super-telephoto zoom. Really sharp with typical "sharp lens bokeh". With the huge Z mount, Nikon cannot play in this space effectively. With a manual zoom, I can go straight to 35mm. I think they tried to keep the same basic layout as the D5000/D3000 series so that those users would feel more comfortable with the layout if/when they move to the Z50. Now given the history with DX lens releases - there will probably be a fast lens available in about 10 years time (nothing fast and DX shown on the lens roadmap on Nikonrumors). $1,149.00. https://camerasize.com/compact/#535.580,684.305.2,535.410,ha,t. The announced 18-140 will become available when the Z70 is introduced. Agreed that the XQD would be nice but not a dealbreaker. and the body looks ok. but the details tell a different story: trying to be OPC (overly politically correct) and not offending anyone but also not having an opinion. And a very capable camera of just 400 grams with a great grip. The second lens is the Nikon NIKKOR Z DX 50-250mm F/4.5-6.3 VR zoom. I've never personally had it happen, but for someone who shoots every day like this, it could. Aside from a couple of differences here and there, most cameras have nearly identical features in the group. Reminiscent in many ways of a downsized Z6, the Z50 should (Nikon hopes) open up the Z-mount to more enthusiast and entry-level photographers. Nikon Z50 Mirrorless Camera Body 4K UHD DX-Format 2 Lens Kit NIKKOR Z DX 16-50mm F/3.5-6.3 VR + Z DX 50-250mm F/4.5-6.3 VR Bundle with Deco Gear Case + Microphone + Monopod + 64GB Card & Accessories 4.7 out of 5 stars 24 Way better than Sony in the hand, but still not like a good DSLR. Photokina has announced via a press release that after 70 years of shows in Cologne, Germany, it will be indefinitely suspended due to 'decreases in the imaging market’ that have ‘force[d] a hard cut.’. Rather than get a negative impression of the Z50, what all these have done instead is to create a negative impression on DPR. I really hope Nikon is not going to cripple its Z-mount DX system as it has done with its DX DSLR cameras…. Nikon should curtainly make a lens like the Fuji 18-55/2.8-4, but this has nothing to do with the cheap and tiny 16-50mm, which compairs with the Fuji 15-45mm. Not USB-C. Well anything at all would be useful. View our sample gallery to see how a bit of shift can change a photo or introduce creative effects. I'd like to see Nikon introduce a second FTZ adaptor -- a more compact one, without the "foot" at the bottom -- which would be more suitable for this Z50. Review: Does the Canon Rebel T8i DSLR make sense in an increasingly mirrorless world? And of course DX primes. My Sony 35/1.8 OSS is even smaller. Sigma has introduced its new 'I series' of compact, premium full-frame lenses for E and L mounts. The rear camera (or cameras) on an iPhone has all the latest bells and whistles, but how do you use them to capture a selfie or record a video of yourself? So much fail in your post. This is great, because it makes the camera much more functional in the field, especially when one needs to make quick exposure adjustments. If you are going to have fat lenses to carry in your travel bag, you might as well go FF. My workaround with the Z50 so far has been the same as with the Nikon Z6 and Z7 cameras. Canon mostly has slow zoom lenses in its EF-M lens line-up. No IBIS is a real bummer it is easier to make it for the smaller sensor... look what Panasonic offer for a lot less with the G80-85. In addition to other benefits, while a camera manufacturer can make a camera smaller, one cannot make one's hand smaller. Someone's going to say you're not 'supposed' to zoom during a shot. When we first reported on the alleged ransomware attack back in August, Canon said it was 'investigating the situation.' That said, the future 18-140mm really should be a 16-160mm, at least. The Z mount supports both the NIKKOR Z DX and NIKKOR Z FX formats, so all NIKKOR Z lenses, including the NIKKOR Z DX 16-50mm f/3.5-6.3 VR and NIKKOR Z DX 50-250mm f/4.5-6.3 VR lenses released at the same time, as well as the S-Line lenses which demonstrate an outstanding optical performance, can be used with the Z 50. A simple lever allows for quick switching between still and movie capture modes. You have full frame lenses so you can easily move to the Z6 or Z7. Nikon 50mm F1.8 The best portrait lens for Nikon Z50 is still Nikon â¦ People may not want PZ but that's because they don't know what they're doing. So there is a reason. <3 Canon. The new Nikon Z 50 takes full advantage of Nikonâs larger Z mount, providing creators of all types with the most innovative optical system for superior image and video quality. Nikon has paired its Z 50 kit with a number of accessories to create an all-in-one set of gear to get up and shooting video and vlogs right out of the box. Yes just like every other kit lens produced. I will (mainly when doing portraits) have an idea of a starting FL I'll use, but whether I'm +/- 3 or 5mm it's not that big of a deal. I think Nikon made a smart move with the Z50. @Critical ThinkerAnd Olympus brought the 12-50 (24-100 FF equiv) kit lens with the E-M5. Unfortunate that all that Nikon pro lenses do not have lens-stabilization ;). Or, will I take the same photos, at roughly the same quality, as I take with my current gear? True, those cheapo ones are probably comparable. My guess it the EF-M. With the exception of the 22 F2 and the 32 F1.4 M mount lenses are mediocre at best. But if it's maybe a model shoot for a photography club, some of the DX users might be using FF glass. Its autofocus system has more AF points and coverage than any Nikon DSLR, and it has a wide AF detection range of -4 to +19 EV. Nikon has also shared a â¦ or "I'm sold on this kit because..." Then it's obvious to people that you like it. All content, design, and layout are Copyright © 1998 - 2020 Digital Photography Review All Rights Reserved. The Nikon Z50 is set to retail for $860 body only, $1,000 with a kit lens, or $1,350 for the two-lens kit. @sir What controls? I'm sure it's something that could be implemented via firmware but again, I don't foresee it happening. That error (in my view) has a ripple effect that means a different set of backup batteries and yet another charger to make room for at home and on the road. Not many people use 24-70 lenses on APS-C DSLRs either. I'm betting you will see Canon release a crop factor R, similar to the Z50 and dump the entire M lineup leaving a ton of people high and dry. While composing, I use the EVF instead of the LCD, which shows the overlay information on the bottom and does not obstruct the image. Once â¦ This thing can fit in my jacket pocket or my notebook bag. I like the flexibility of both. Customize your Z 50 to match your one-of-a-kind style with one of four newly designed camera bags. There were only two lenses release at launch for this new system. Z 50 works with all the cutting-edge NIKKOR Z lenses and approx. There are a lot of photo/video cameras that have found a role as B-cameras on professional productions or A-camera for amateur and independent productions. Tipping the scales at just 135g, this DX (APS-C) format standard zoom for the Z50 pretty much qualifies as a âpancake lensâ, measuring a mere 32mm in length when retracted. In business, one never invests in new equipment unless it can do more, consume fewer resources, or do something better than one's current plant. ". We compare the Canon EOS R6, Nikon Z6 II, Panasonic S5 and Sony a7 III. Earlier this week we published our samples from the new Sigma 65mm F2 DG DN when mounted on a Sony body. Most of the known Z lenses won't have VR built in (the 70-200mm f/2.8 and the three known Z DX lenses are the exceptions). end. And those few times I didn't it was usually due to my mistake (ex. I think you need to look at more samples taken with the Nikon 85mm f/1.8 S. The bokeh does not look like that taken with the the Nikonr 50mm f/1.8 S. I have both lenses and they are not close when it comes to bokeh, with the later can be abrupt and rough. The Canon EOS Rebel T8i (also known as the EOS 850D or Kiss X10i in some markets) is a 24MP DSLR aimed at first-time DSLR buyers and enthusiasts. For example, my A6000 with Sony 50/1.8 OSS is more compact than your EF 50/1.4 with an EF adapter. I had D7500 kit for a year and I sold right away after coming back from a trip barely using it because I had to carry big camera bag. That's because I use both. Near enough to identical in size to the Olympus E-M1 II flagship, interestingly enough. What’s the best camera for around $2000? Oh, and it's a lot of fun too. Not everyone will be using them, especially initially, and will be adapting their F-mount glass which does not have this spare ring, which is what I'm getting at. Overall, considering the price point of the Nikon Z50 vs its features, it certainly looks like a very appealing camera. I agree. You could even use DX lenses on the Z7 or Z6 if you really wanted to. Seems like a bit of an orphan. David Busch's Nikon Z50 Guide to Digital Photography (The David Busch Camera Guide Series) David D. â¦ No IBIS is silly too. If you buy the Z50 with a couple of nice FF lenses, then it is not compact any more and you spent enough that you might as well have bought the z6 in the first place. Deal Breaker generally means you don't like something for one or more reasons. Let’s take a look at the key specifications of these four cameras and see how they differ: As you can see from the above table, the Nikon Z50 has a lot going for it when compared to its DSLR counterparts. 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