The world's shortest and lightest ultrawide-angle f/2.8 zoom lens that reaches a whole new range of expression

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Thanks to the advantages of the Z mount and the latest optical system, the ultimate optical performance exhibiting exceptional sharpness is realized with the world's shortest* and lightest* lens.

* Among interchangeable zoom lenses for full-frame (Nikon FX-format) digital cameras with interchangeable lenses with a focal range beginning at 14 mm or lower, and a maximum aperture of f/2.8 throughout the zoom range, available as of September 16, 2020. Statement based on Nikon research.

Fast f/2.8 maximum aperture allows the use of faster shutter speeds without increasing ISO sensitivity even in low-light situations, which results in high-quality images with minimized image blur or noise.

The adoption of three aspherical lens elements achieves faithful point-image reproduction even at the periphery.

Nano Crystal Coat and ARNEO Coat are employed to effectively minimize ghost and flare even in harsh lighting conditions, for sharp, clear images.

Smaller front lens element enables the attachment of a 112 mm screw-on filter* when the HB-97 Lens Hood is used. A filter slot is also located at the rear mount opening for attaching trimmable filter sheets, such as gel filters.

* Neutral Color NC Filter 112mm and Circular Polarizing Filter II 112mm will be released together with this lens.

Genuine movie recording performance is achieved by intensive consideration even of details such as minimized operation sound, stable aperture control and smooth operation of the control ring.

An information panel and L-Fn button are incorporated for improved shooting flexibility.

The lens body is designed to achieve superior dust- and drip-resistant performance* for enhanced reliability.

* Perfect dust- and drip-resistance is not guaranteed under all conditions.

Nikon's original fluorine coat is applied for excellent antifouling performance.

The electromagnetic diaphragm mechanism delivers consistently stable exposure control (AE), even during continuous shooting.

Z mount Lenses