HIDDEN – STALKING DEER WITH MATT TRIPET
Camouflaged and hidden deep in the sticks on dusk, great for stalking but not ideal to take images. Over the years I’ve owned multiple versions of Nikon’s 20mm lenses like the 2.8D and 1.8G versions, while both were good at their times, new cameras and sensors push the boundaries of what may be classed as a good lens in the past. The latest Z version is a whole new beast, this fast, ultrawide-angle prime lens provides superb rendering performance and high resolving power.
It’s pretty hard not to shoot good images in low light nowadays with ISO being so good. But a fast focus wide angle lens combined with 5 axis stabilization and a base ISO can be just as good if not better. In tight areas the new Z 20mm is amazing, the combination of these features allows sharp images even when dropping the shutter speed down so slow, in this case 1/15th of a second.
The new Z 20mm f/1.8S sets a whole new standard that allows you to capture a wide variety of scenes from landscapes to close-ups with beautiful bokeh plus no distortion.
|Lens:||Nikon Z 20mm f1.8 S|
|Filter:||B&W 0.3 Circular Polarizer|