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Rumored new Nikkor lenses
#1
Seems we will see an announcement of three new Nikkor lenses soon:

AF-S 28/1.4E (likely expensive)

AF-P 10-20/4.5-5.6G VR (cheap, for a WA)

AF-S 8-15/3.5-4.5E ED fisheye

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#2
Prices to be found here: https://nikonrumors.com/2017/05/30/japan...line.aspx/

 

It's hard to ask more than "So what?"  -_-

 

2100 $ for a boring 28 mm?

#3
Quote:Prices to be found here: https://nikonrumors.com/2017/05/30/japan...line.aspx/

 

It's hard to ask more than "So what?"  -_-

 

2100 $ for a boring 28 mm?
The base of Nikkor lens buyers all will buy it, no doubt. But not aimed at growth....
#4
 The 28mm lens will probably be fine......but man that price tag is way too excruciatingly boring!  :wacko:

 

 

At least Nikon is trying a little with the 10-20mm with VR!.........by undercutting the Tamron 10-24mm G2 VC!

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#5
Quote: 

At least Nikon is trying a little with the 10-20mm with VR!.........by undercutting the Tamron 10-24mm G2 VC!
Oh, I thought by overcutting the Canon...
#6
Quote:Oh, I thought by overcutting the Canon
 Do you mean the 10-18mm recent lens?
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#7
Quote: Do you mean the 10-18mm recent lens?
Yeah, the one introduced in 2014.
#8
Well, which super-exciting lenses have we seen in recent years?

- the gang of 150-600mm FF lenses

- the Leica 100-400mm

- some STFs

- the Canon 11-24mm

As for the rest ... all evolutions but no revolutions.


So business as usual.
#9
Just as predicted. But I have a feeling that two of these lenses have stopped just short of being carbon copies of the two corresponding Canon units...

#10
Quote:Well, which super-exciting lenses have we seen in recent years?

- the gang of 150-600mm FF lenses

- the Leica 100-400mm

- some STFs

- the Canon 11-24mm

As for the rest ... all evolutions but no revolutions.


So business as usual.
I would add

- Zeiss Loxia 21/2.8 (small & super sharp)

- Voigtlaender 10/5.6 (small & super wide)

 

Also the Sigma ART series as the transformation of 3rd party moving towards the high end.
  


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