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Long Lens Sport Photography | Nikon School meets Joel Marklund Join Nikon Ambassador Joel Marklund and Nikon School's Ricci Chera as they try out the all-new NIKKOR Z 800mm f/6.3 VR S super-telephoto lens. See how it performs as they put it to the test at a BMX cycle track.
The Technology & Features of Nikon Z Mount Lenses with Nikon School's Ricci Chera Experience the vast universe opening up to you through photography with the Nikon Z system. The ultra-wide Nikon Z mount enables compact lenses that can take in more light across the entire frame. Whether shooting stills of films, the light is brighter, depth is deeper, and sharpness is all the way to the edge.
NIKKOR Z 40mm f/2 (SE)
With a lightweight build, and a superior optical performance, the NIKKOR Z 40mm f/2 (SE) lens is perfectly suited for shooting portraits and other still subjects, impressing users no matter the setting. The constant maximum aperture of f/2, allows photographers to create the most beautifully round-shaped bokeh and its 40mm mid-telephoto focal length emphasises the primary subject.
Nikon Z mount
The ultra-wide Nikon Z mount enables your NIKKOR Z lens to capture more light across the entire frame. Combined with the short distance between mount and sensor, light fall off at the edges of the frame is significantly reduced. The result is new possibilities for detail and nuance—all the way to the edge.
The Z series mirrorless system, built around the incredible Z mount, was designed to continuously evolve to keep pace with future advancements in the imaging technology.
The astounding resolution of S-Line lenses provides incredibly sharp and accurate texture reproduction without colour fringing and artefacts.
Superb point-image reproduction
Point light sources in night photography tend to fan out and become unnatural. S-Line lenses are designed to reproduce point light sources more accurately for natural looking shots and improved bokeh characteristics.
Beautifully blurred backgrounds naturally direct your viewer's eyes to the main subject. The nine rounded aperture blades of S-Line lenses give defocused points of light a soft, round consistent shape.
Reduced focus breathing
Focus breathing is a slight shift in the lens's viewing angle that can occur when adjusting focus. This effect can sometimes be jarring, especially during video shooting. S-Line lenses all but eliminate focus breathing for a consistent composition as you shift focus.