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  1. Oleg
    16.09.2020

    A kilogram half for 2K ... Is f1.2 worth it? Definitely not for the broad masses of amateur photographers.

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    • Arkady Shapoval
      16.09.2020

      Canon's counterpart - Canon RF 50mm f / 1.2L USM $ 100 more expensive

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      • Neo
        16.09.2020

        Manual lek is more expensive, but there is much less sense from it

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    • Rodion
      16.09.2020

      For the broad masses of amateurs there is yong 50 \ 1.8, and 50 \ 1.2 never for the masses and never were.

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  2. Arkady Shapoval
    16.09.2020

    In addition to everything else, the following lenses are expected:

    From Nikon's professional S-line: Nikon 24-105mm S, 100-400mm S

    Makrushniki: 105mm Macro, 50mm Macro

    Compact Amateur: 28mm, 40mm

    Long focus 200-600 mm

    And under the crop (Nikon DX): 18-140 mm

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    • Roman
      16.09.2020

      And there is nothing for the eye to catch. Due to the high cost and incomplete compatibility of the drive, it is necessary to reissue all existing lenses without introducing anything new into them. Switch to a mirrorless camera to get everything the same, but significantly more expensive. Oh well…

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      • twm
        16.09.2020

        > Due to the high cost
        Would Nikon have lost a lot by investing (~ donating) an FTZ adapter with each Z camera? - practically with every “Z” announcement I remember this (by no means my) thought.

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      • Alexey
        16.09.2020

        Canon for EOS R includes an adapter with EF optics.

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  3. Trueash
    16.09.2020

    17 glasses ?! O_o

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    • Arkady Shapoval
      16.09.2020

      Yes, 17, here in the announcement there is a drawing of the optical circuit, you can count it yourself.

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      • Neo
        16.09.2020

        In zooms 70-200 / 2.8 glasses even less

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      • Rodion
        16.09.2020

        Televisions are easier to do. The zoom is only 3x, the aperture 2.8 is 4 times darker than 1.2)))

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    • Rodion
      16.09.2020

      If it were not for the requirements for AF - there would have been fewer glasses, but thicker and heavier.

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  4. Anton
    16.09.2020

    When will budget fixes be delivered ?! And then they released the z50, they are preparing the z30, and there are two glasses ...

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    • Neo
      16.09.2020

      Yongnuo 50 / 1.8 for 50 bucks via an adapter! True FTZ costs more than a lens

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  5. Roman
    16.09.2020

    Why is he so healthy?

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    • Neo
      16.09.2020

      Collusion! All modern high-quality fifty rubles are heavy: Otus, Canon, Panasonik, Tokina, Sigma, Pentax 50 / 1.4 giant

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    • Rodion
      16.09.2020

      If you want - there is a 55 / 1.2 porst the size of a regular half-tishok. What? Soapy? Well, how else - with this size)

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      • Roman
        16.09.2020

        I want the old 1.2L as a portrait and everyday high-aperture. I don’t want this crap even if I have money - with such dimensions it has no use. Nikon finally closed the gestalt with autofocus 1.2, happy for them, but no.

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      • Rodion
        16.09.2020

        And the old 1.2L with an adapter will be much smaller in size?

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      • Roman
        17.09.2020

        Even with an adapter somewhere in the third. I do not plan to leave the mirror for several years, and besides the size, there is also weight and drawing. So for now, we'll see.

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  6. Pavel Gorbunov
    16.09.2020

    Eh, I wanted to become a Nikonist ... yes, apparently, not destiny, now I am a heavyweight fujivod)) But I don’t forget about the old manual Nikon glasses!

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    • Neo
      16.09.2020

      Interestingly, on gfx it will strongly vignetite?

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  7. DM
    16.09.2020

    I wonder what is the advantage of a mirrorless camera with a 1kg lens?

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    • Neo
      16.09.2020

      Mirrorless doesn't mean lightweight. Look at these lenses under the mirror, they also weigh kg

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      • DM
        16.09.2020

        That is why I asked what is the advantage. A DSLR, as it seems to me, will still be more comfortable with such a lens (1 kg).

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      • Rodion
        16.09.2020

        The advantage is that with such a weight and dimensions for a DSLR, the lens will be worse in optical quality than for a mirrorless. It was even in the 50s.

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      • Roman
        17.09.2020

        Here the question is whether it will be as much better as it is larger and more expensive. Each extra percentage of a type of quality is given by a few percent of weight, size and price. Also, at the exit, everything is emasculated into a single "sharp and boring".

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      • Rodion
        17.09.2020

        I think this question is answered (or will soon be answered) modestly by numerous Chinese manufacturers.

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    • Hairy mirror
      16.09.2020

      For me, the compact body of the mirrorless is not an advantage, but a bold minus. I will buy Nikon's bzk only in an ergonomic case, well, or not Nikon's, if I can't wait). And half a toss is credited!

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      • wj
        17.09.2020

        For many mirrorless cameras, there are additional handles to improve the grip. This is even better than what we had in the days of large DSLRs, since the user can now choose between compactness and increased ergonomics, depending on the situation and their preferences.

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      • Rodion
        17.09.2020

        Handles still do not dramatically improve the situation ...

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  8. Vio
    17.09.2020

    Arkady's dream has come true! Nikon got 50 / 1,2 :)))
    You can swear more in reviews about the lack of such :))))
    Ahead, half-way, going from F to Z?

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    • Vio
      17.09.2020

      clarification: "You can NOT swear anymore ...."

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  9. Oleg
    17.09.2020

    50 1,4 would be interesting as a compromise between 1,2 and 1,8

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  10. koba
    21.09.2020

    We see a clear trend - producers should have fixes almost for filmmaking. It is of this quality that the given and similar lenses will apparently be. For photography, it is not particularly needed, although anyone who can afford to buy it will certainly be happy. In addition, it is a brand image for the company. On the other hand, it is autofocus, that is, sooner or later, with real use, autofocus will fly, its mechanics will not be at the level of a Zeiss or a watering can, so it will be difficult to invest in it, unless it shows the world's best characteristics and part of optics, and part of artistry. In a word, let's see ...

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    • Michael
      21.09.2020

      This trend is called - going into the professional sphere, when a wide range of users cannot afford a camera. Actually, now the whole photo industry is moving there.

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      • Alexey
        21.09.2020

        and sho this?) an ordinary user will buy something old professional on the secondary. and it will survive it))

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      • koba
        21.09.2020

        this is a consequence of the crisis in general, as well as, in fact, the work of the Japanese monopolies, well, of course, with the help of users “trained” by marketers, who have a fear of everything non-Japanese or non-German in their heads. Sooner or later this will come to an end, but for now, ordinary users will have to be content, as Alexei correctly noted, with technology.

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      • Michael
        21.09.2020

        Yes, in principle, nothing) An ordinary user will do so (already does), and a new one will shoot on the phone. Buying something for the uninformed is scary

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      • Alexey
        21.09.2020

        I buy used friends without problems. I go with a laptop with a service software, and I can check the cameras quite thoroughly. well, external inspection \ testing. sometimes it takes about two hours. all tests. We always warn sellers about this. they are waiting, but where can they go if they want to sell?))

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