(05-18-2021, 07:49 AM)Brightcolours Wrote: Fuji does not sell much, marketshare wise. Most APS-C camera buyers do not buy many lenses (most are also nitwits concerning camera/lens workings/understanding). Maybe the few Fuji buyers are an exception there?
But there is a segment of buyers that DO buy some lenses apart from the kit lens zooms, and of that segment they will lose some customers due to the lack of any APS-C lenses apart from the 2 zooms.
Canon's 11-22mm, 22mm f2 and 32mm f1.4 lenses are quite popular among EOS M shooters, for instance.
The other thing that stands out concerning Nikon's APS-C Z offering: it is big. Is big appreciated by the APS-C+kitlens buying segment?
So I guess Thom has a point, somewhere.
I'm sure Nikon will be evaluating DX Z mount lens sales as things progress .... but as you say most DX owners stick with the basic kit lenses ....... it took many years before Nikon had a range of DX glass ........
I know it's not a micro Sony but I thought the Z50 was quite dinky actually ...... and ten times better in the hand ........
Well Thom has some sort of point ....... but it's strange that both Canon and Nikon adopted similar DX lens policies !!!!!!