Two New Nikon Mirrorless Tilt-Shift Lenses Coming Next

Nikon enthusiasts are abuzz with anticipation as rumors swirl about the impending launch of two new mirrorless tilt-shift lenses for Z-mount mirrorless cameras. The discontinuation of the Nikon F-mount PC NIKKOR 19mm f/4E ED tilt-shift lens in Japan has stirred speculation, while eager photographers eagerly await updates on its availability in the United States (B&HAdorama).

In a move that could potentially position Nikon as a frontrunner in the market, whispers suggest the introduction of 18mm (or possibly 20mm) and 85mm tilt-shift lenses for Z-mount cameras. This strategic maneuver could give Nikon the edge, particularly considering Canon’s tilt-shift lenses are scarce in RF mount.

While Canon’s tilt-shift lenses boast autofocus functionality, Nikon’s forthcoming offerings keep enthusiasts guessing about their features. Will they match or surpass the capabilities of their Canon counterparts? Only time will unveil the answer, leaving photographers on the edge of their seats in anticipation of Nikon’s next groundbreaking move in the realm of mirrorless photography.

  • Nikon NIKKOR Z 28-400mm f/4-8 VR Lens at B&HAdorama.
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  • $400 off on Nikon Z6 II body at B&HAdorama.
  • $500 off on Nikon Z8 with 24-120mm f/4 Lens at B&HAdorama.

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