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Nikon Z 85mm f1.8 S review
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The Nikon Z 85mm f1.8 S is a short telephoto lens designed for Nikon’s full-frame Z mirrorless system. It becomes the first native prime lens in the system aimed at portrait photographers who desire classic head-and-shoulders compositions with shallow depth-of-field effects. Thomas compares it to rivals in his in-depth review!…

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Nikon Z 14-30mm f4 S review
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The Nikon Z 14-30mm f4 S is a compact ultra-wide angle zoom designed for Nikon’s full-frame Z-series mirrorless cameras. This fourth native lens in the Z system is ideal for landscape and architecture, and is the first full-frame ultra-wide zoom to take relatively compact and affordable 82mm filters. Find out if it’s right for you in my complete review!…

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Nikon Z 24-70mm f2.8 S review
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The Nikon Z 24-70mm f2.8 S is a general-purpose pro zoom designed for Nikon’s full-frame Z-series mirrorless cameras. The first zoom in the Z series with an f2.8 focal ratio, it also features a dedicated focusing ring, custom button and OLED display. Find out if it’s worth paying the premium over the f4 model in our in-depth review!…

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Nikon Z 50mm f1.8S review
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The Nikon Z 50mm f1.8S is a standard prime lens for Nikon’s full-frame Z mirrorless cameras. A popular focal length for street photography and general-purpose use, it’s the third native Z lens to be released, but up against several adapted rivals. Find out why Thomas finds it the best choice it in his in-depth review!…

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Nikon Z 35mm f1.8S review
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The Nikon Z 35mm f1.8 S is the first wide-angle prime lens for Nikon’s mirrorless Z-system. A popular focal length for street photography and general-use, it features an f1.8 focal ratio and fast and quiet focusing. Thomas compared it to several rivals for his in-depth review!…

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Tamron 70-200mm f2.8 VC G2 review
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Tamron’s SP 70-200mm f2.8 Di VC USD G2 is a 2.9x telephoto full-frame zoom available in Canon and Nikon DSLR mounts. It’s the second generation (A025) model with closer focusing, improved AF and stabilisation, and compatibility with Tamron’s USB “TAP-in” console. In his review-in-progress, Thomas finds out if it’s worth spending the extra.…

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