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Nikon Z-mount
Nikkor-Z.logo.svg
TypeBayonet
Inner diameter55 mm[1][2]
Tabs4
Flange16 mm[3]
Nikon Z 6 wide diameter lens mount and large sensor
Nikon Z 6 wide diameter lens mount and large sensor
Z-mount on a Nikon FTZ adapter
Z-mount on a Nikon FTZ adapter

Nikon Z-mount (stylised as ℤ) is an interchangeable lens mount developed by Nikon for its full-frame mirrorless digital cameras. In late 2018, Nikon released two cameras that use this mount, the Nikon Z 7 and the Nikon Z 6. In late 2019, Nikon announced their first APS-C sensor size Z-mount camera, the Nikon Z 50. In October 2020, Nikon announced the Nikon Z6 II and Nikon Z7 II, which succeed the Z 6 and Z 7, respectively.

Nikon SLR cameras have used the Nikon F-mount, with its 44 mm diameter, since 1959. The FTZ lens adapter allows many F-mount lenses to be used on Z-mount cameras.[4] The FTZ allows AF-S, AF-P and AF-I lenses to autofocus on Z-mount cameras, while retaining metering and EXIF data with the older screw-drive AF and AF-D lenses. Z cameras support metering as well as in-body image stabilization (IBIS) with manual focus lenses.

The 55 mm diameter of the Nikon Z-mount is the largest in current use. It is much larger than the F-mount, the 46.1 mm Sony E that is used by all Sony mirrorless cameras, including those with a full-frame sensor[5] but only slightly larger than the 54 mm of both the Canon EF and Canon RF mounts. It is also slightly larger than the new 51.6 mm diameter full-frame mirrorless L-mount from Leica, Panasonic and Sigma.[6] The Z-mount has also a very short flange distance of 16 mm, which is shorter than Canon RF and Sony E.

The introduction of the Z-mount also saw the re-introduction of the Noct brand, used to describe a forthcoming 58 mm f/0.95 S Noct lens with an ultra wide maximum aperture.[7][8] This is one of the new lenses that Nikon will be developing, up to 2021, according to its "roadmap" published in late 2018.[9]

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References

  1. ^ "Nikon strikes back at Sony with first full-frame mirrorless cameras". The Verge. Retrieved 2018-08-23.
  2. ^ "Nikon Unveils Z7 and Z6 Full Frame Mirrorless Cameras, New Z-Mount Lenses + Adapter". Photo District News. 23 August 2018. Retrieved 2018-08-23.
  3. ^ "Nikon's 58 mm f/0.95 'Z-Noct' lens shows why it created the Z-Mount". Engadget. Retrieved 2018-08-23.
  4. ^ "Full coverage: Nikon Z7 and Z6 full-frame mirrorless cameras". DP Review. Retrieved 2018-12-29.
  5. ^ "Nikon Z Mount is Huge! Diameter 55mm Vs. Sony FE 46.1mm: Allow Medium Format and Better Lenses: Sony Alpha Full Frame E-mount Talk Forum: Digital Photography Review".
  6. ^ "The L-Mount Alliance: a strategic cooperation between Leica Camera, Panasonic and Sigma | Headquarters News". Panasonic Newsroom Global. Retrieved 2018-12-26.
  7. ^ "Nikon's 58mm f/0.95 'Z-Noct' lens shows why it created the Z-Mount". Engadget. Retrieved 2018-08-25.
  8. ^ "This is the Nikon 58mm f/0.95 Noct 'Ultimate' Lens". PetaPixel. 2018-08-23. Retrieved 2018-08-25.
  9. ^ "Nikon's three-year lens roadmap includes 58mm F0.95 Noct". DP Review. 2018-08-23. Retrieved 2018-12-29.

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