Nikkor 35mm FX, DX and Z Series Mirrorless Zoom Lens Collection
Photograph Your World Through a Nikkor Zoom Lens
Nikon is dedicated to innovation and excellence in the manufacture of interchangeable camera lenses. Take a look at the comprehensive assortment of NIKKOR opticsmarvels
of clarity, consistency, precision and reliability. The Nikon F lens mount remains one of only a duo of camera lens mount systems (the other is the Pentax K) that were
not discarded by their related company with the addition of autofocus lenses, but instead expanded to encounter new requisites associated with autofocus, metering, and
The biggest advantage of a zoom lens is flexibility. Using a zoom, I can quickly and without hesitation compose and grab a fleeting moment. Zooms can also shoot any number of diverse framings of the identical scene within a few seconds. A
photographer employing a fixed length lens may still be tennis shoe-zooming (which also alters perspective) to the correct distance as the subject opportunity disappears - or no longer is in that endearing position. A subject within a rapidly adjusting space also is better with a zoom.
And zoom lenses do not take as many lens changes that collect sensor-dust, and with less lenses to carry, Changing lenses is inconvenient,
time consuming - and a chance for dust to find it's way to the sensor.
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Nikkor 35mm Zoom Lens Collection
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