We've spent the last two weeks updating our older Nikon Z lens reviews to bring them up to current standards. Now that we've finally tested the vast majority of Nikon Z lenses, it made sense to revisit some reviews that had fallen substantially out of date. Although not all the...
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This hands-on review covers everything you need to know about the Nikon Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S, a high-end midrange zoom that Nikon announced in early 2019 for their mirrorless Z System. Today’s extensive update of the review brings it fully current with the state of the Z System today.
The Nikon Z 24-70mm f/4 S is the first lens that we ever reviewed for the Nikon Z System. As of March 2024, I’ve completely rewritten the review in order to bring it up to current standards and compare the Z 24-70mm f/4 S against other lenses released in the last 5+ years.
The Nikon Z 35mm f/1.8 S is the first prime lens that we reviewed for the Nikon Z system. Today, we have fully re-evaluated this lens in a modern context and compared it against more of its recent competitors. I hope you enjoy this updated review.
When we first reviewed the Nikon Z 50mm f/1.8 in 2019, there weren’t a lot of alternatives for the Z system. That’s changed in the years since. With today’s update, we bring this review up-to-date and allow you to see how it compares against newer alternatives.
We’ve fully updated and rewritten our hands-on review of the Nikon Z 14-30mm f/4 S to include more modern context and head-to-head comparisons against other ultra-wide lenses.
This review covers everything you need to know about the Canon RF 24-105mm f/4L, one of the first four lenses ever made for Canon’s EOS R mirrorless system. It’s the spiritual successor of the Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L Mark II from 2016 (and the original version from 2005)…
Sigma has just announced two new very exciting lenses, a supertelephoto 500mm f/5.6 and an ultra-wide-angle 15mm f/1.4 diagonal fisheye. These two lenses will be available for L-mount and Sony E-mount. Let’s take a closer look at these lenses.
It's been almost exactly 10 years since Fujifilm released the X-T1. The timing of the announcement was perfect. While Canon and Nikon were a bit slow to innovate in the APS-C segment, Fujifilm offered a relatively compact, durable, good-looking body with analog dials and a 16MP APS-C sensor. Now we...
The Tamron 35-150mm f/2-2.8 is a versatile third-party lens for Sony E and Nikon Z mirrorless cameras. It features an unusually wide range of focal lengths and a bright maximum aperture of f/2-2.8, making it one of the most interesting zoom lenses available today.