The Nikon Z 50mm f/1.2 S is a standard lens for FF and APS-C, manufactured from 2020. The focus is done by Stepper Motor, it does not have image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 2498 €;
16 users have given it an average vote of 9.4 out of 10.
This lens is available with the following mounts:
Nikon Z: this lens is compatible with mirrorless fullframe and APS-C Nikon Z.
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Opinion:Taken and tried on 24/70 2.8 Z I got the instant desire to monetize the 70/200FL to convert it to the Z version, thanks to the cash discount of 200€. But, having experienced the high iso seal of the z6II, I wondered if it is not worth waiting for a 70/200 f4, more for a matter of footprint than weight. And so I let myself be "screwed" by this 50 1.2... what do I think after about fifty shots? I think it's a lens that freaks you out. Already being able to use it at the maximum opening, with eye detection, finding out-of-focus only because you go below the minimum distance of maf would justify its purchase. For 24/70 2.8 Z I sold the 50 Sigma Art, to blame for its blurry and the yield in high lights. I am not a great technician but I felt too different from my other lenses, which are all Nikon; so when I decided in favor of this 50 and not for the 70/200 almost I almost felt like a pirla spending a lot of money after just giving up a 1.4 more than good. All this speech valid until the first shot with a 50 1.2S mounted. After that first shot, of these lines, you'll only see that "freak out"
sent on February 04, 2021
Opinion:The perfect optics. Beautiful, imposing, superb construction. Despite this still manageable and balanced: on the Z6II with original BG it is a solid and portable whole. The clarity at full opening is incredible, as is the speed and precision of the focus. And then the magic... As for detachment and three-dimensionality, it is practically unrivalled to this focal point. Perfect flare resistance and creamy and very pleasant bokeh, even with distant subjects. Maybe Nikon took 30 years to make a 50 1.2 AF, but now that he's done it, he's shut up everyone else. Maybe the best Nikon optics ever produced. Of course it costs money, but it's not a Mitakon... I dare not imagine what he can do in the hands of a true matrimonialist and experienced portrait painter!
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