@nikoncanada announced the new Nikon Z 40mm f2.0 Lens, an ultra-compact prime you can rely on in just about any situation.
Check out one of my entries: 'The Landing' featuring one of the stunning dolphins in the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia: https://cpy21.canadiangeographic.ca/entry/35693470
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Hanging out in the river looking for Salmon
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This is what is going to cause
@NikonCanada trouble in the long run with the Z system, compatible lenses at easily 1/2 the cost of a brand name; as they as good? Who knows but my wallet wants to say “yes please”. https://twitter.com/nikonrumors/status/1438956582562418703 …
I loved using this camera for macro work before I moved to full frame (D750). A great camera. Hard to believe so much time has passed!
you're right, the focus is tough, and it's f5.6. having said that, the higher ISOs on digital make it much easier to use than on film. This is handheld!