Nikon's new MIRRORLESS wide angle ZOOM! Nikkor 14-30mm f/4 S

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Today Nikon announced the new Nikkor Z 14-30mm f/4 S ultra-wide zoom lens.
As the latest addition to the Nikon Z System of mirrorless cameras, they announced the new ultra-wide zoom lens at CES today. This lens looks amazing. As the Nikon Z system was announced and released over the last few months, one of the glaring missing lenses is a wide angle. As Nikon have announced the lens roadmap over the next 2 years, its nice to see them staying on schedule. I really do think this lens will be the highlight of the system.
• Z-Mount, FX Format
• 14 Elements in 12 Groups
• 4 Aspherical Elements
• 4 ED Elements
• 11" / 28 cm Minimum Focus Distance
• Nano Crystal, Fluorine & Super Integrated Coatings
• Stepping Motor Autofocus Drive
• Programmable Control Ring
• 7 Blade, rounded diaphragm
• f/4 to f/22 aperture range
• 82mm filter threading
• Retractable Design
• Dust and Drip resistent
Check out my other videos:
• Nikon Z6 Hands on Review
• Hot Air Balloon Ride with a Sony Infrared Camera
• Dear Nikon
• Nikon Sent Me the Nikon Z 6
• Why Sony Is Absolutely Killing It Right Now
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