The parent company has devised its new Nikkor Z 17-28mm f/2.8 lens for the mirrorless cameras that are present in its Z-mount.
The wide-angle, full-frame optic will definitely be a new addition to the selection of several f/2.8 zoom lenses that the company has at its disposal. The company has also mentioned that the new lens, which is full-frame, for the camera of the Z series will bring in the versatility of the ultra-wide field view angle that the mirrorless cameras have- with the advantages brought about by a large and fixed aperture, which would allow the users to gain more control over the camera, as well as flexibility under low light. And finally, it would allow one to utilize the smooth bokeh at their disposal.
Nikkor Z 17-28mm f/2.8 lens Could Be A Good Investment For Creators
The parent company has always maintained that the Nikkor Z 17-28mm f/2.8 lens has been made keeping storytellers in mind. The camera is for those who would want to captivate their audience with grand interiors, vast landscapes, as well as a gorgeous night sky that one would find beautiful. And this is now possible due to the ultra-wide perspective of the new camera, and the constant aperture set at f/2.8, which would allow the users to have free reign over transforming everyday scenes and events into impressive videos and images that would capture the attention of the viewers.
The company has stated that the wide aperture of the Nikkor Z 17-28mm f/2.8 lens does more than just enhance the low light creativity of the lens. It also helps in bringing out a bokeh for the regions that are unsteady and out of focus. This makes the subject the storyteller has in mind pop out for everyone to see. Interestingly, this would be immensely useful to capture scenes that were difficult to capture before.