A Complete List of Nikon Z Mount Lenses

Nikon Z Lenses A Complete List

The new Nikon Z-mount with the 55mm diameter allows for improved lens designs for faster autofocus lenses with improved overall IQ. 

As Nikon Z mount cameras grow in popularity we will see many 3rd party lens manufacturers jumping on board as well as new lenses developed from other manufacturers.

Use this guide to find Nikon Z Lenses.



Nikon Z-Mount Lenses


Use this guide to find every Nikon Z Lens. Including all Nikon Z zoom lenses and all Nikon Z Prime lenses as well as third-party lenses made for the Z-Mount.

I will not list the Nikon F lenses as there are several hundred out there.


Nikon Z-Mount Zoom Lenses

The Nikon Z Mount zoom lenses so far do not have manual focus couplings and will be focus-by-wire. This might disappoint some landscape photographers but we will have to wait and see what Nikon does with the ultra wide Z mount zooms.

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Nikkor 14-24mm f2.8 S

The Nikkor 14-24mm f2.8 is a staple for landscape photographers. A new version will be available as a Z lens in 2020.


Nikkor 14-30mm f4 S

A lighter and smaller alternative to the Nikkor 14-24, the 14-30mm f4 is slightly slower but has slightly more reach. The 14-30 will be available as a Z mount lens in 2019.


Nikkor 24-70mm f2.8 S

The 24-70mm f2.8 is one of the most versatile lenses you can buy. Great for portraits, travel and even landscape photography. The fast aperture of 2.8 helps shooting in low light conditions and while producing shallow depth of field.


Nikkor 24-70mm f4 S

Nikkor 24-70mm f4The Nikkor 24-70mm f4 S is the new kit lens for the Nikon full frame Z cameras. The lens features 14 elements in 11 groups with 7 rounded aperture blades. Focus is focus-by-wire and the lens weighs 1.10lb. The Nikkor 24-70mm is a great first lens because its light weight and versatility. It’s great for travel, landscape or portrait photography.


Nikkor 70-200mm f2.8 S

The 70-200mm f2.8 is an incredible choice for nature and portrait photographers with fantastic reach and versatility. 




Nikon Z-Mount Prime Lenses

The legend of Nikon lenses continues with the Z mount. Many of the new Nikon Z mount primes lenses are going to be a little different than the F mount lenses you may be use to. They will be light weight and focus-by-wire.

The Nikkor 58mm f0.98 Noct will be a manual focus lens and we still unsure if it will still have the light weight plastic feel of the other primes.

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Nikkor 20mm f1.8 S

The Nikkor 20mm f1.8 is a staple among event and architecture or landscape photographers. It will be a little too wide for street and travel photography.


Nikkor 24mm f1.8 S

The Nikkor 24mm f1.8 is a very versatile lens for shooting low light street photography, landscape photography and event work where a fast wide angle is needed to shoot groups of people.


Nikkor 35mm f1.8 S

Nikkor 35mm f1.8 SThe Nikkor 35mm f1.8 is one of the most versatile prime lenses you can buy. 35mm is perfect for street and travel photography but also isn’t too wide for portrait work. The 35mm f1.8 is designed with 11 elements in 9 groups with two ED and three aspherical elements for improved corners and chromatic aberration control.


Nikkor 58mm f0.95 S Noct

The Nikkor 58mm f0.98 was engineered to fully take advantage off the new Z mount. It will be a manual focus lens and is designed primarily for portrait and low light work.


Nikkor 50mm f1.2 S

The Nikor 50mm f1.2 in the Z mount is a staple portrait lens for Nikon full frame. The 50mm f1.2 will be a little bigger overall and heavier than the 50mm f1.8 and is a great choice for low light event photography, portrait work and studio work.


Nikkor 50mm f1.8 S

Nikkor 50mm f1.8 SThe Nikkor 50mm f1.8 is consider a normal lens. It simulates the way we see the world regarding compression and focal length. Like the 34mm, a 50mm is one of the most versatile lenses you can buy. The Nikkor 50mm f1.8 is designed with 12 elements in 9 groups with 9 rounded apertures. Two ED and two aspherical elements are included for improved edge and corner performance as well as chromatic aberration control.




NIKKOR Z-Mount Lens Road Map


Nikon Z Lenses Roadmap


20mm f1.824mm f1.8
58mm f0.95 S Noct50mm f1.2
24-70mm f2.814-24mm f2.8
70-200mm f2.8  
14-30mm f4  



What Is Nikon S-Line?

The new Nikon S-Line is the best of what Nikon offers. They feature the best coating with Nano Crystal coated elements.


Nikon Z-Mount Adapters

So far we only have the official Nikon F to Z mount adapter. It will autofocus AF/AE with E, G, D Lenses.

D lenses will not be able to have autofocus.

Nikon FTZF to ZBHphoto