Palms and Storm, 6:21 PM, 29 November 2018. Wonder if they will use Ashton Kutcher to promote them? I watched Polin once, when he trashed the E-M1 X. I am a Nikon shooter (D850) for years now but still not convinced about Nikon mirrorless. Claiming that Nikon is so much better quality than Canon is ridiculous and you'll find little support for that outside Nikon forums. i-TTL flash control, radio-controlled Advanced Wireless Lighting, optical Advanced Wireless Lighting, modeling illumination, FV lock, Color Information Communication, Auto FP High-Speed Sync and unified flash control. Pick the brand you prefer. What's got a lot of attention is the bird-eye AF, and for that the reference for now is R5. And if you've already got a brace of lenses, then maybe rent a Z for the weekend and take the FTZ adapter out for a spin? Nikon ergonomics are all about usability and how it feels in the hand, not about “how it looks”. I've owned and shot Nikon every day since 1983, and things have changed. Of course you can magnify the live image in the finder or rear LCD, and add focus peaking at MENU >. I am excited about the upgrades to the Z7(I actually just preordered). Why have two lenses that cover the same length? The first Z6 had already caught up. . Senior Editor Barney Britton's Gear of the Year part two details how he ended up with a Reflex-Nikkor 1000mm F11, and despite its quirks, why it was ideal for a creative project in the COVID-era. The A7III?The Z6ii has:Better IBIS (5 stops instead of 4.5 stops for sony)Way better EVF (3.69M dot vs 2.35M dot)Faster (14fps vs 10) 40% fasterBetter video (4k60p vs 4k30p)10bit HDMI w/ ProRes Raw option which Sony doesnt havefaster cfxpress cardbigger+ better LCD (3.2" 2.1M dot vs 3" 0.9M dot)Way bigger buffer (124raw vs 89 raw)more comfortable handling. Kidding aside, this camera (as well as the previous version) is definitely on my short list. Just check my flickr page, I have quite a few samples shot with the a9II. It flips up and down, but doesn't flip 180º so you can't use it for self-portraits. No auto brightness control for the rear LCD; heck, even my iPhone does this. AF wise, the reference isn't the R5, it's the a9II. If you are already invested in the Nikon system great, and these cameras appear to be significant upgrades. Instead of having a newly designed processor, they’ve reused two older ones, taking up a lot more room on the board. The Z6 II and Z7 II, on the other hand, both give the option of a vertical grip that provides a much more ergonomically comfortable handling. The Nikon Z7 II, along with its faster and less expensive sister the Nikon Z6 II, has the same great Nikon feel and handling we've all come to love — except now in mirrorless form! Btw, speaking about top quality glass, I was surprised to find out that the 50mm f1.2 RF is in fact a T1.5 lens. bigger. No AF MODE (M, AFC, AFS) switch; you have to assign a button and use dials to set this. bigger. Top OLED Display specifications top. The big story in the Z7 II (if you don't count the new card slot) is its dual Expeed 6 processors – so what exactly do those get you? The 135mm f1.8 behaves the same on the Z7 as it does on Sony cameras only with colors that are easier to make look nice. Well, I would go for the camera brand I want, and a model that fill my needs (which many brands and models actually do). But went for view finder quality instead because guess what, other viewfinders may have a higher resolution hardware but that doesn't mean they view the picture in that resolution because of processing power and heat issues.At the same time you accuse Nikon which spends the least on marketing to spend too much, no it's the other way round they need to invest more in marketing so people like you get their decisions and are not misslead by Sonys highly professional marketing. Now they just hit like little girls!Especially now, we have a very competitive market and if you only make GOOD cameras for too long you might end up like Pentax.I supported (bought) Nikon for over 40 years because I felt they gave me a top product for my money. The RF 50mm f1.2 is in fact an f1.5 lens while the Nikon f1.8 is in fact an f1.9. Hopefully it will be available in stores soon. The lack of the battery grip is what kept me hanging on to my D800 until now. If they find the Z7II's focus is at least on par I may well consider the Nikon. In fact, we now can use even Nikon's original 1940s-1960s rangefinder lenses on the Z7 II II! Home And when truth is told, your pictures will be no better or worse regardless of which major brand you use. One XQD slot, which also works with CFexpress type B cards. The Z 7 brings that vision to life (and then some). And when the subjects were moving, I had much more waste than with the D850. For action photography it may not matter, but it is always good to know the actual hardware limits behind marketing & youtube hype. This is not impatience but an objective calculation of my needs, my budget and what is available on the market. Dark Church, October 2018, 2:16 P.M. Nikon Z7, Nikon 24-70mm f/4 Z at 24mm, f/4 hand-held at 1/25 at Auto ISO 140, Perfectly Clear v3.6. Even if they squeeze by, their plans are to make their imaging division profitable; given their massive losses that can only mean massive cuts. Sony boys complains the most. I had to log in for this one. It’s an honest question. This isn't a finder problem; it's an artifact of the thumbnail images used inside Nikon's file structure. It's super sharp, small and compact. Hahaha they eye af thing is really pathetic. Finder data doesn't rotate when held vertically. That may be the best 28mm lens ever designed. Top of a Fence Post, Happy Isles, Yosemite Valley, October 2018, 12:26 P.M. Nikon Z7, Nikon 24-70mm f/4 Z at 30mm, f/6.3 hand-held at 1/30 at Auto ISO 400, Perfectly Clear v3.6. Poo! Blessedly, though (especially for those of us that moderate online comment sections), Nikon has included dual card slots in the Z7 II for users that need immediate backup or want to easily separate their still images and video clips. Here are some of our favorites. Anyone interested in the best 35mm lenses ever designed? And... that would be stupid because these colors filters, together with the glass in the lens at the chosen aperture, have an important impact on the colors that the sensors sees. that must be a label starts with a letter "L" or "F". Specifications say close to nothing for the real world experience, every real photographer knows that. This update will not be for everyone and I understand that but I am someone whom was interested in the Z7 when it was first announced but put off by the obvious flaws in the first gen z series. But we're not going to complain too much, because we really didn't find much fault with how the original camera handled. This is a fact. I mean that's how I do it now, but sometimes it throws a fit for no reason and won't connect. Best Mid-Range Full Frame Mirrorless: Canon R6, Sony a7 III, Nikon Z6 II, Panasonic S5. So no, at Sony, if you can't buy a 24-70 F2.8 at 2100$, you buy a Sigma at 1200$. You missed coverage area, which the Z7 wins by a substantial margin. Late in the article I posted, they did find a use case where it posed a slight difference, but was easily handled in post-processing. Not 100%, but the D850, although it was by far the best focusing generalist DSLR, wasn't any close to 100% either, even with careful lens AF tuning. The shutter does not close with the power off. It's much simpler, cheaper and productive.On the other hand, I really like Fuji's approach and if I wasn't used to the 24*36mm format, I think I would have naturally gone for this brand. The price of the R5 is not coming down any time soon...they have long backlogs of everything...r5, r6 and all the good rf lenses and adapters. No voice notes like the Nikon D5 or Canon EOS R5. I actually bought a D5300 as a backup camera, and it's clearly superior to its successors. Too Much talk here, chose the gear you like and shoot. Stop reading the spec sheet but go out with the cameras and shoot. Nikon Z7 II and Nikon Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S. bigger. Some have said the Z7 II (and Z6 II) don't offer a huge speed bump in AF performance. U1, U2 and U3 do recall the Shooting menu settings and more: exposure mode, AF settings, image size and format, Picture Controls, ISO settings, and white balance. Nikon Z6 II and Nikon Z7 II | Hands-on Review Nikon Z6 II and Nikon Z7 II Live Panel Discussion. I believe that we do not live on the same planet.It is not a question here of discussing the conditions that contribute to a company's profitability. Raw also may be saved at MEDIUM or SMALL resolutions, but at only 12-bit lossless compressed. Well, I am not sure they have a lot of catching up to do honestly. The Z7 II’s impressive full-frame sensor and full pixel readout provide a wide dynamic range and pin-sharp 4K UHD filming at 60p. @TomCodyPleasedToMeetYa Fully agree with youHow can someone like Polin trash a camera, 15 minutes after its launch, without having tested it.His bashing video has been prepared well ahead of the Z launch (so just based on speculation), and his only intention is to get as many clicks as possible with sensationalism and pure nonsense information, The reality is that we have 3 great FF camera manufacturers , with own strengths and weaknesses, and in the vast majority of cases, the limiting factor is not the camera, but the person behind it …. Guess what that ain't happening anytime soon because it would cost a lot to develop and the price would be very high. Orange Triangle, October 2018, 4:03 P.M. Nikon Z7, Nikon 24-70mm f/4 Z at 70mm, f/5.6 at 1/500 at Auto ISO 64, Perfectly Clear v3.6. Thanks, but damn now I have some difficult decisions about the D850 and all my glass. Haha what? It's been more than a year since the Mark I came out and was reviewed. Back when I had a D3, I had bought an expensive GeoPic II to get that functionality, but as sirhawkeyes64 points out, if I can have that in a $400 camera, why not in the flagship? It seems reasonable to believe that the Z7II will continue to improve on the strong points of the Z7 while solving the aspects where the D850 was still better. The Sony 24-70 f2.8 is not that great; notice how you rarely read or see about any Sony pro or vlogger using that lens. Survival isn't enough if they can't match innovations. One supports CFExpress (Type B) and XQD cards, and the other is a UHS-II compatible SD slot. Image Dust Off reference data (requires Capture NX-D). As this page is copyrighted and formally registered, it is unlawful to make copies, especially in the form of printouts for personal use. I like the 2 battery status indication. The flash exposure takes precedence over ambient light. To much glory for just personnal opinion that are many times so subjective it is shameful. Batteries do not live long. We need to take the resolution number with a pinch of salt because the resolution of the bodies the lenses were measured on was not the same, but still if you think in terms of ratio the Z seems to have more resolution than the much more expensive RF 50mm f1.2 while having a bit less CA. If rumors are true new Expeed must be presented for the pro-level camera and scheduled for the next year. With F-mount VR lenses the camera corrects roll while the lens corrects pitch and yaw. Nikon has announced, via a countdown on its website, it will be launching its next-generation full-frame mirrorless cameras on October 14.. bigger. Maybe next time. I want Nikon to succeed, but would not advise a friend to invest in its ecosystem. Enter the Ulanzi ST-09, an adjustable mount that allows you to turn an Apple Watch into a live viewfinder on the rear of your iPhone. Take your craft to the next level with the NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2… Put the Z7 II next to the original Z7 and you'd be hard-pressed to tell the difference between them. 1,920 × 1,080 (slow-mo): 29.97p ×4, 25p ×4, 23.976p ×5. New I am super frustrated because of the video upgrade, but from the first reviews coming out the AF has got a big upgrade. So I am not sure what you are referring to. Nothing rivals the Z, for about same price as the Canon R6 you are getting the 45 megapixel z7ii, and the z6ii at 2k is miles better than the A73. Amazing lens. I gonna decide when it releases. It seems normal for Nikon to focus on their next generation now. This 100% all-content, junk-free website's biggest source of support is when you use those or any of these links to my personally approved sources I've used myself for way over 100 combined years when you get anything, regardless of the country in which you live. The new MB-N11 battery grip will double your battery life and also (yes!) The cameras are scheduled to arrive towards the end of the year. The Z7 II still has a 45.7MP full-frame BSI sensor, but it's now backed up by dual processors compared to the single processor in its predecessor. Modern cameras are all so good that I have no idea why people quibble so much. The R5 gives you 12 FPS using mechanical shutter. Fujifilm has inferior color rendition for anything but people, and doesn't even make a full-frame camera. The best thing is the price. It certainly addressed a couple of the big items from our wish list, but something like a new, higher-resolution or better-performing sensor would never be a bad thing. On the other hand On sensor AF is the future because turns the sensor into a real-time instruments, feeding to the processing unit far more information than what a dedicated phase detect sensor can. Today the Z7 works much better than at initial release and I am not aware of any issue that would require correction. Lenses are one of the few aspects of a camera system that can add something to images, most of the rest is just about limiting the impact of possible issues (focus, vibations,...)- they systematically ignore Sony/Canon issues and over emphasize the system qualities. bigger or camera-original © JPG file. nikon refuses to spend r&d money on electromagnetic focus motor technology, they are not competitive. Dual card slot was missing from the beginning. I have the Sony 24-105 f4, which is super sharp, and I just bought the new Tamron 70-180 f2.8. Yongnuo, makers of lenses, cameras and other photo accessories, has filed a patent for a modular mirrorless camera system. Historically? @taz...I don’t dispute that the R5 is overall an excellent camera. Now, a better view of the Nikon Z line up tells us that, leaving aside the 35mm f1.8 S that’s only very good:- all the Z lenses are at least as good as their Sony/Canon counter parts- this is clearest for the 3 most important lenses of any serious set up, the 3 pro f2.8 zooms- there is no f1.2 lens on Sony’s roadmap and those produced by other brands for the FE mount aren’t that good (I use the Sigma Art 35mm f1.2 on my a9II and am not too impressed)- Nikon is the only brand with a full set of great f1.8 lense that are reasonably affordable and lightweight- the expensive 58mm f0.95 offers a unique set of qualities that serious shooters can leverage to differentiate their work- F mount glass on the Z camera is excellent including the 19mm T/S, 28mm f1.4 or 105mm f1.4 or 120-300mm f2.8 offer great artistic opportunities. The flash ready bolt in the finder is ORANGE. It should be much better - a key advantage that mirrorless cameras have over DSLRs. I never believe posters like you who say they are Nikon DSLR users but at the drop of a hat say you will go to Sony for a spurious reason. In-camera stabilization works great hand-held at 1/8! They're fine cameras. CAT: Nikon might survive, but even so what will their R&D budget be relative to Sony and Canon? will make for a more comfortable experience for use with larger lenses, like the Z 70-200mm F2.8.". Full Frame Autofocus. bigger. I'm a happy camper. I think it doesn't look proportional because the Z6 and Z7 bodies are so damn small. Why on earth do you even think you are entitled to have a relevant knowledge about what everybody will be doing? No equipment is perfect, there is plus and minus. It has to fit the hand. 12:01 AM, Wednesday, 14 October 2020, NYC time. The biggest help is when you use any of these links when you get anything. With the new Pro Display XDR Calibrator and accompanying firmware update, users can now recalibrate their Pro Display XDR monitors. The Canon trinity is great and optically totally suitable for any pro work (not a fan about the collapsing 70-200 though), but the Nikon lenses are even better. Price is high. In this section, We are going to illustrate Nikon Z7 II and Nikon Z6 II side-by-side from the front, back and top in their relative dimensions. If you can't, you buy a Tamron 28-75 F2.8 at $650. Sony has brought tremendous value to the photography market. In the end, should Z7 users upgrade to the Z7 II? with an adaptor, and will it automatically close down the diaphragm, with the little lever on the DSLR models like my Nikon D5500?). The choice between Nikon, Canon or Sony is one of their own. I recommend them all personally. But there is no impact if they work on different tasks (one for AF, one for image processing for example), 4. Yes, ISO 64 is super clean. I'm not sure on the exact tehcnical specs, but with dual processors, there is likely dual busses from the other components (one to each processor) versus a single bus to a powerful processor on other designs, such as that of Canon. I also doubt it when people say "I love my D800/810/850 etc, but I am moving to Sony!" Out of the "holy trinity" of pro zoom lenses, only the Sony ultra wide zoom stands out as anything special. Indeed, the only differences of any consequence are the slightly taller memory card door to accommodate the dual slots and the small 'II' on the front plate. Some GM lenses like my 135mm f1.8, widely considered as the best Sony lens, are very good but still not at S glass level. Red Maple, Yosemite Valley, October 2018, 12:19 P.M. Nikon Z7, Nikon 24-70mm f/4 Z at 70mm, f/4 hand-held at 1/200 at Auto ISO 64, Perfectly Clear v3.6. Programmable for high and low limits from ISO 64 to ISO 104,800. bigger. @bernardlang"R5 mechanical shutter is limited to 12 fps"I would like to remind you that the D5 "only" shoots 12fps and the D6 14fps.None shoot 20fps in e-shutter which is much more usable than you make it be. Canon RF is 20.00mm, LEICA M is 27.80mm, Contax G is 29.00mm, Nikon's 1950s rangefinder S-mount is 34.85mm. Earlier this week we published our samples from the new Sigma 65mm F2 DG DN when mounted on a Sony body. Well, has the Z7 II knocked your socks off? here is the summary: 1) every company knows all the specs that make the greatest camera2) Costs prevent them from making/selling this great camera3) they price what they do make so people actually buy it. Flash exposures are very good, and the biggest limitation is your skill at lighting. Remember that shot wide-open at f/4 that only some things are in focus. So what do you want them to show you? As soon as the light was low, it was a disaster. Kudos to Nikon for launching these two Z-models with a functional vertical grip with controls. Regardless of one's preferences, those things are worth "arguing" about. Can anyone tell any meaningful differences?". There is nothing wrong with eye detection for portraits on the Mark I models. It’s like you’re having a conversation with yourself. New Abandon of a mount (C->N), AF in lens (N->C), FF digital (N->C), better AF/high high/high DR sensors (C->N, C->S), mirroless (C->S, N->S), eye AF (C->S, N->S), What could moving forward? And these represent the vast majority from what I can see. I didn't take the Nikon Z7 and switched to Sony. (Image credit: Nikon) @Er, Yes and no. Neither is as straightforward as the built-in geotagging on my Leicas or D5300. Do these produce images that are better in absolute terms? Bridgeport Inn at Night, October 2018, 7:59 P.M. Nikon Z7, Nikon 24-70mm f/4 Z at 24mm, f/4 at 1/25 hand-held at Auto ISO 1,250, Snapseed and Perfectly Clear v3.6. The short flange focal distance means we can use Nikon, LEICA and other rangefinder lenses from the 1920s through today. We'd expect good video quality, but hardcore video shooters should set their sights on the Z6 II and its oversampled 4K video which should offer much better fine detail. The Sony 70-200 f2.8 is also not up to the standards of Nikon or Canon. The market is shrinking and profits are low, so development will be low as well. If you really are a Nikon shooter (which I honestly doubt), you own yourself to test the Z7II. For example, comparing the Nikon Z 7 II to the Sony a7R IV and the Canon EOS R5, seems like a valid topic. Flash system fully compatible with Nikon's existing DSLR flashes, with both optical and radio remote control. Thank you! To start with, the Z7 II is a more credible action camera than its predecessor. Improved processing, greater versatility, but familiar in design, the Nikon Z 7II takes everything that was great from the original and ups its capabilities even more. A beauty of the Z7 II is that the rear LCD/EVF switch is magic; the rear LCD pops on when I pull my Z7 II from my face and just works. The production cycle just will not allow them to add that complex component that soon. There is a cost that the time and effort on these changes prevent new development on new models. The manual for Canon 1Dx mk3 states that to get max FPS the battery need to be fully charged, the shutter 1/1000s etc. @MILC MAN:I guess Nikon users are lucky to be able to adapt all these wonderful FE lenses using the Techart adapter then. So long as you're not in direct sunlight, it has automatic brightness control and is superbly legible in any light from daytime outdoors down to starlight: It's almost invisible in direct sunlight because it can't get bright enough. Yes, many young people new to photography will get cheap used DSLR lenses, and adapt it. @bernardlang:,,,,,,"But it’s fairly easy to tell apart legitimate photographers facing a real issue from forum trolls. Perfect... no, but it is effective. DPR comments are like a childish pantomime most of the time. Yes, monochrome. If the product performs well, customers don't care if it's single or dual processor. 1/8,000 ~ 32 seconds in P, S, A and M modes. ", @bernardlang - "Raw files contain numbers that do represent color information. @bernardlang - "I guess Nikon users are lucky to be able to adapt all these wonderful FE lenses using the Techart adapter". Nikon Z7, Nikon 24-70mm f/4 Z set to 70mm, f/4 hand-held at 1/8 at Auto ISO 100, as shot. I think even with the dual processors, it seems that it doesn't help AF tracking for stills all that much, and mainly benefits tracking in video mode... Hopefully, though, with the dual procesors, Nikon will be able to drastically improve the AF for stills over time. Has it only been a year (or so) since the reviews of the Mark I, which left the camera blog-o-sphere howling with the indignant rage of Nikon fans, bemoaning the lack of a functional battery grip? Nikon Z7 II has external dimensions of 134 x 101 x 70 mm (5.28 x 3.98 x 2.76″) and weighs 705 g (1.55 lb / 24.87 oz) (including batteries). I love walking around with my Z6 but when I put on my 70-200mm it feels very awkward. The Z lenses are overall clearly better than the F equivalent. Two image processors, up from one in the Z7. I could not say it any better than DPR:...while the updates may not knock your socks off....2 years later they now have 2 card slots and a working grip!Keep my feet from dancing ! And what is wrong with incremental upgrades of already very good cameras without increasing the prices? I'd get mine at: Z7 II body-only: $2,997 at Adorama, at Amazon, at B&H and at Crutchfield. AF Tracking is useful in many situations and not just for fast action (the ball in football/soccer for instance). @bernardlang I'm not sure where your "data" is coming from, but not reality. The camera features the same fantastic 3.69M dot OLED electronic viewfinder and a large 3.2-inch 2… https://photographylife.com/14-bit-vs-12-bit-raw. No one needs the extra resolution of the Z7 II; 24 MP is more than enough for anything, unless you really are printing 30 feet (10 meters) wide or more. The FTZ does not autofocus with any other lenses. I think Nikon has got a really solid "elevator pitch" for the Z7 II. At Nikon, you have no choice for F2,8 if you want to work with a ML Z6-Z7 mark I or II (same for the professional trinity). Because the autonomy of Fuji cameras is very disappointing :( Nikon is a little better, but Sony is really far ahead. With a Sony A7RIV, when I shoot with the 1X1 ratio, I have at least 42 mpx left: and with the 4X3 ratio, I have more than 50 mpx, so, with this camera, it's the first time I don't need a grip anymore :) In short, the whole remains compact. While they were out shooting their video about Sigma's new lenses, Chris and Jordan filled up a memory card with photos from the 35mm F2 DG DN using Panasonic bodies. will it automatically close down the diaphragm, with the little lever on the DSLR models like my Nikon D5500?) Huh? Links Technical Editor Richard Butler's pick was the unusual lens that gave him the opportunity to try something new. This item will be released on December 10, 2020. Yep, they just wanted to update the cameras so as not to lag behind. ", "Here’s a surprise: there are no colors in the raw image data, just the response of the camera to the light that fell on the sensor. Same story as 8k it seems. Function over form. A great camera overall. They judge like a DJ, only their music is oke. The Z7 II also includes a new EN-EL15c battery, with boosts battery life to a CIPA-rated 420 shots using the rear LCD with energy saving modes disabled. Shipping on December 11: Nikon Z7 II, Nikkor Z 50mm f/1.2 S, HB-94, WR-R11a, WR-R11b, and T10 New Viltrox 85mm f/1.8 Z mirrorless lens for Z-mount coming in December Weekly Nikon … I plan to buy one as I do a lot of studio / portrait. I do agree that the Canon and Nikon "holy trinity" f2.8 zooms are all world class. Good thing I'm not in a big hurry. It's always possible to find an application at which a camera is better. Raw video and eye AF were definitely not announced when the Z6/Z7 were introduced. Manual brightness control only. The 17mm T-SE is sharp corner-to-corner. Z7 II with discounted Z 24-70mm f/4 S: $3,597 at Adorama, at Amazon, at B&H and at Crutchfield. This is good, because we can get basic adapters cheap direct from China over eBay for just about any kind of lens. We can use Nikon's original S-mount Nikon rangefinder lenses as well as LEICA M lenses, and the Z7 II takes much better pictures with better color and features than any LEICA M digital camera. She'd do good work with a D500 (once she got used to the features she was losing) or a Z6 or whatever, too. Yes it can, and I use it. looks like a step up for nikon owners. So, Sony and Canon guys, don’t worry about the inferiority or superiority of your brands. So that would mean that 14-bit is only available with drivemode set to Hi or slower. Best in business. The FTZ works very poorly with manual-focus F, AI , AI'd and AI-s lenses, having no diaphragm control meaning you have to open and close the diaphragm manually for precise focus before and after each shot, has no exposure or EXIF data so you have no in-finder indication of aperture and have no EXIF aperture data, and there is no Matrix metering, Program or Shutter-priority automation with manual-focus lenses — which offer all these functions and more if used on 1984's Nikon FA! But, I think there's value in that decision. The Primoplan 75mm F1.9 II is a redesign of the original Primoplan 75mm F1.9 designed in 1936. Not a great thing, it should bring no one joy, but spreadsheets don't lie. If two fin in the grip, why can't you still have one in the camera? The Nikon Z7 adopts a newly developed hybrid AF system that offers extremely wide coverage — approx. The holy trinity on Canon is superb, easily matching or besting the competition, meanwhile outmatching anything with the 28-70 f/2 (I'm not exactly sure why you need the f/2.8 also). And will Nikon survive as a company (and be able to invest in lens R&D)?

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