Nikon Z Lens Roadmap
Nikon once again updated its Z lens roadmap, this time adding the recently-announced Nikon Z 800mm f/6.3 S to its mirrorless Z System. This lens is the newest in the Z system, following a series of lenses announced alongside the Z9, plus some surprise lenses like the 28-75mm f/2.8. Let’s take a look at those lenses – along with all the upcoming lenses for Nikon’s mirrorless system – today.
The Updated Nikon Z Lens Roadmap
The following is the latest version of the Nikon Z lens roadmap, announced on December 14, 2021 and still current as of June 2022:
When releasing the October 2021 version of the roadmap, Nikon said it’s an “expansion to 2023.” However, it’s likely that we’ll see more lenses added to the roadmap before the end of 2023 than just these, because a total of seven lenses is a bit sparse for the next 19 months.
The lenses added to the roadmap most recently are:
An 800mm f/6.3 supertelephoto with Nikon’s phase fresnel glass (already shipping)
A 28-75mm f/2.8 non-S lens (already shipping)
A 26mm compact prime lens
A 24mm compact DX compact prime lens