NIKKOR Z 28-75mm f/2.8

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Go next-level with the lightest, most nimble full-frame f/2.8 standard zoom we've ever created. The NIKKOR Z 28-75mm f/2.8 brings brilliant low-light capabilities, vast depth of field control and beautiful bokeh together with a versatile zoom range and compact, rugged design that's as inspiring for stills as it is for videos.
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  • 5

    First review :D

    Posted by Jonathan Cervantes on June 30, 2022

    I want one but I don't have money right now :(

  • 5

    The Nikkor Z 28-75 is just a great lens!

    Posted by Robert Meeks on April 23, 2022

    I have not read to many reviews about this lens other than it is a "knock-off" of an earlier version Tamron lens and I really don't know anything about that. But what I do know is that the Nikkor Z 28-75 has really been a joy to work with. I use it to shoot indoors at basketball and volleyball games and also do some portrait work with it and it produces wonderful images. I really don't understand why you would spend the extra $1000 on the Nikkor Z 24-70, when you can do just as well with the Nikkor Z 28-75. The lens is serving its purpose quite well.

  • 4

    Good lens!

    Posted by Ayana Miller on February 25, 2022

    This lens gives very clean and sharp images with the Nikon colors. The only thing is that it's not an "S Line" lens, so you do notice a SLIGHT difference in handling and build quality. Still an amazing lens, but if that matters to you, you might be happier with the Z24-70 2.8 (which is about $1000 more).

  • 4

    Good lens with occasional focus issues

    Posted by RAJENDRA ACHANTA on February 12, 2022

    I bought this lens recently and used it for a wedding. I owned f4 lens, wanted to capture low light scenes. The f2.8 lens works well in all the conditions except, it doesn't focus at times. I observed it in videos also, at times - it loses the focus. I am hoping Nikon will fix the issue with a software update.