Nikon is pretty big on telling photographers to adapt their old F-mount lenses onto their Z-mount cameras. And if you’ve been a long-time Nikon camera user, then maybe it’s time to come to mirrorless. The Nikon Z system has really grown up. And best of all, you don’t have to throw away all your old lenses. We’ve reviewed lots of Nikon lenses over the years. Here are some of the best lenses to adapt to Nikon Z cameras.Continue reading…
When you look at a Zeiss lens, it’s very common to feel gear lust–and that’s what the Zeiss 15mm f2.8 Milvus lens will create in you. As the company’s widest lens and one of the newest additions to the Milvus lineup, it’s also one that will inspire you quite a bit due to its gorgeous way of rendering the world around you. Those that will really love this lens are landscape, architecture and real estate photographers. These shooters will also most likely be ones that wok professionally especially as they’re some of the few that will be able to justify the purchase to themselves.
But if you can get your hands on one, you’ll never want to go back to anything else.
Today, Zeiss announced three new Milvus lenses: the 135mm f2 Milvus, 18mm f2.8 Milvus, and the 15mm f2.8 Milvus. Like the rest of the Milvus lineup of lenses, they all have weather sealing and boast very high image quality overall. We’re in the middle of reviewing them, and so we’re putting all the specs and images below.
The 15mm f2.8 will cost $2,950 while the 18mm f2.8 Milvus will be $2,299 and the 135mm f2 Milvus will come in at $2,199. Each lens will be available for Canon and Nikon DSLRs.