TIME TO REASSESS THE HUNT – STALKING DEER WITH MATT TRIPET
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.
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. The last trip into the Snowy Mountains with Matt Tripet was first outdoor trip that I got to use the lens. Normally I like to use my PC-E 19mm f4, but I really needed a wide-angle lens on this trip that doesn’t take time to setup or focus and was fast to use as most shots were on the fly. The new Z 20mm hit the spot
|Lens:||Nikon Z 20mm f1.8 S|
|Filter:||B&W 0.3 Circular Polarizer|