The ultimate ultra-wide zoom.
The views through the NIKKOR Z 14-24mm f/2.8 S are simply epic. Ultra-wide perspectives that challenge our sense of scale. Clarity that transports you. A level of detail you have to see to believe. All in the shortest lightest and most versatile 14-24mm f/2.8 constant aperture zoom available. Optimized for landscapes cityscapes night skies architecture interiors and environmental portraitsÑthis is the lens for taking it all in.
The world's shortest lightest f/2.8 ultra-wide zoom*.
The NIKKOR Z 14-24mm f/2.8 S is smaller and lighter than any comparable lens. It's easier on your back arms and tripod. It takes up less room in your bag so you'll be more likely to take it everywhere you go. And it's superbly balanced on a Z camera for composing in the moment. *Among interchangeable zoom lenses for full-frame (Nikon FX-format) digital cameras with interchangeable lenses with a focal range beginning at 14 mm or lower and a constant maximum aperture of f/2.8 throughout the zoom range available as of September 16 2020. Statement based on Nikon research.
Out of the shadows.
Compose with dramatic backlighting from the sun and other light sources. Anti-reflective Nano Crystal Coat (N) and ARNEO (A) coatings virtually eliminate flare ghosting and coma by suppressing incidental light coming from any direction.
Take it all in.
With ultra-wide lenses every millimeter counts. At its widest setting of 14mm the NIKKOR Z 14-24mm f/2.8 S covers 115¡ of view. And it does so with staggering sharpness and clarity across the entire expansive frameÑfrom the center to the far edges.
More light. More options.
Gather more light at any zoom position with a fast f/2.8 constant aperture and your Z camera's Vibration Reduction image stabilization. In low-light illuminate subjects with longer exposures or sharpen them with faster shutter speeds. This is compositional freedom.
The stars of the show.
Many wide lenses misshape pinpoint lights like stars. Not the NIKKOR Z 14-24mm f/2.8 S. Advancements of the Z Mount and the use of Aspherical elements keep point-light sources like stars and city lights round sharp and clear free of sagittal coma and flare.