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Nikon lens roadmap Oct 2021
#1
See attachment

Adds:
* 400mm S
* 600mm S 
* 800mm S
* 85mm S
* 26mm
* 200-600mm

DX:
* 24mm
* 12-28mm


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#2
Most of these lenses were on the roadmap months ago?
#3
I remember the 200-600mm and 85mm from this list ... but I'm getting old.
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#4
IIRC, the 400 and 600 were on the list already, so the 500 is new. There are some first images available of the 400, it's (unsurprisingly) a 400/2.8 and it (surprisingly) includes a built-in TC. It's safe to assume it will cost beyond 10k.

The 26mm FX is new to the list (wonder what this might be in the end, given there are 214 and 28mm options already), as are both DX lenses.
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#5
The Nikkor 214mm is certainly unique in the market...
#6
(10-29-2021, 07:06 AM)Brightcolours Wrote: The Nikkor 214mm is certainly unique in the market...

Well, yeah, I meant 24, obviously...

(10-29-2021, 07:12 AM)mst Wrote:
(10-29-2021, 07:06 AM)Brightcolours Wrote: The Nikkor 214mm is certainly unique in the market...

Well, yeah, I meant 24, obviously...

Oh, actually, there is no 500 on the roadmap, but a 800mm lens now.

And there is still an unannounced 400mm prime in addition to the 400/2.8 TC VR
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#7
That 26mm is indeed odd between the 28mm and 24mm, especially as it is also just specified as compact prime, which the 28mm lens also is. So not a specialty micro.
#8
A pancake maybe.
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