Welcome to a new era of Nikon imaging. A system born from our unending quest for perfection. A system that opens a new dimension of possibilities. A system inspired by our past but designed for tomorrow.
A system only Nikon could create.
Classic perspectives. Incredible depth of field. Make subtle masterpieces with this full-frame NIKKOR Z 35mm f/1.8 S lens. Its outstanding optical performance means you can enjoy image quality that outshines even the f/1.4 primes that have come before.¹ Any light, any situation.
Street spirit: Find the beauty. Set the story. The versatility afforded by the 35mm focal length gives you the freedom to tell more. Go wide to capture the scene without sacrificing intimacy. Or get in close to explore the emotion in a glance.
Frame every detail: The superior resolving power of this lens enables every component of a scene to be faithfully reproduced. Capture more detail and reveal truer colours, all the way to the edge—and even when you shoot wide open.
Sharper: Superior reproduction of point light sources, such as streetlights at night, is achieved by minimising sagittal coma flare. Point light sources appear as fine rounded points, even at the edges of the image.
Brighter: Two ED glass elements and three aspherical lens elements ensure crisp, brilliant images with rich colour and deep contrast. Peripheral light falloff is controlled to retain brightness across the frame.
Finer: Nikon’s anti-reflective Nano Crystal Coat reduces ghosting and flare for greater image clarity, even in backlit conditions. Or when shooting scenes with numerous direct light sources in the frame.
Smooth, silent, precise: AF is smooth and practically silent, which makes this lens ideal for shooting movies as well as stills. The lens’ electromagnetic diaphragm ensures precise exposures during high-speed bursts.
Take control: The wide, knurled control ring allows beautifully exact, intuitive operation. When shooting in AF mode, you can assign ISO or exposure-compensation settings to the control ring. When shooting in Manual Focus, the control ring can be used as a focus ring. Focus shifts according to how quickly or slowly you turn the ring. You get sharp control over your point of focus and filming close-ups is easier.