NIKKOR Z MC 50mm f/2.8
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Set your sights on a world of the smallest details with this natural focal length macro lens. At 50mm, the NIKKOR Z MC 50mm f/2.8 lets you shoot as close as 0.16 meters with a true 1:1 reproduction ratio. Fill the frame with spontaneous snapshots, food photography and more, exploring the most minute details of everyday life. As an everyday lens, it is compact, lightweight and weather-sealed. The NIKKOR Z MC 50mm f/2.8 is likely to become one of your most prized and versatile lenses.
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NIKKOR Z MC 50mm f/2.8
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Great little lense - crystal clear close up macro photos - good regular lense also
One of the best prime lenses you can own. Great for indoor or outdoor use. Perfect for portraits too. I take it with me wherever I go.
I wanted a "nifty fifty" to match with my new Z7ii. Since I have 50mm1.4G in FX, if I need speed I can use that with the FTZ and it's about 1/2 inch longer than this lens. BUT, the Z lens is so comfortable to use and carry. It focuses fast and accurately, is very easy to focus manually and takes beautiful pictures. I chose this one to dabble in macro for the first time. I know an 85 or 105 would be better to get more working distance, but this works excellently. I have really enjoyed the Z7's focus-shift function. Background blur is well rendered. People and pets are nicely done. Overall I don't have a single regret about buying a second lens of the same focal length. Both serve different purposes.
This is a lens worthy of the Nikon line. The focus, color rendition, overall performance make it a great lens. It also works as a good Macro lens on my Z7-II for looking at flowers, food, fine print, and circuit boards. It also gets good pictures of lady bugs too :-)
Amazing , I bought it for my Z50 as my first Lense and it stunned me.
Lens is amazing. I need some help regarding the use of a Nissin ring flash. It is somehow heavier the the lens motor can handle, so focusing is very difficult to sustain when I have to shoot vertical, facing down. Any suggestion from Nikon?
Purchased the Nikkor Z MC 50mm f/2.8 and the Nikon ES-2 Film Digitizing Adapter to digitize a collection of slides. While this pair works with the Nikon Z6 II, the documentation is completely lacking. Had to figure out the correct adapter since the documentation only covered F-mount lenses. Once I had the system set-up, I quickly scanned 5 dozen slides. The Z6 II was much faster and provided a higher resolution image than using a scanner at 2400 dpi.
Pre-ordered the 50 and the 105, each for different reasons. Have only received the 50mm, which was intended for cramped space still-lifes and for the ES film copier. I tried it out on my z7 II and haven't been able to take it off. It turns out to be the best utility lens I've ever owned; it just works in most every situation. Did I say lightweight and comfortable?.
So far this lens is working as expected. Terrific results when I use this lens on my new Z5. Takes excellent photos for our eBay listings.
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