Nikkor Z lenses for the Nikon Z6 and Z7 system cameras

The two system cameras Nikon Z6 and Nikon Z7 garner plenty of praise in tests from photographers. The image quality, which in the Nikon Z7 is supported not least by the high resolution of 46 megapixels, is rated just as positively as the equipment and the handling of the individual controls. A sticking point with new cameras, however, is always the availability of the lenses, because the manufacturers often take their time to launch them.

For the Nikon Z7 and Z6 you need Nikkor Z lenses with the new Z-Mount (Photo: Nikon).
For the Nikon Z7 and Z6 you need Nikkor Z lenses with the new Z-Mount (Photo: Nikon).

Use old Nikkor lenses with FTZ adapter

The new Z-mount is used with the new Nikon system cameras. So that you can first use lenses from old Nikon models on your Z6 or Z7, the FTZ adapter (Model No. JMA901DA) included with some kits. With this bayonet adapter, Nikkor F-mount lenses can be connected to the new Nikkor Z-mount.

40,00 EUR
NIKON FTZ bayonet adapter (for connecting Nikon Z cameras and NIKKOR F bayonet lenses)
  • Compatible with AF-S / AF-P lenses from Nikon (autofocus, automatic exposure)
  • Support of lens-own image stabilizer (for Nikon lenses with image stabilizer)
  • Still compatible with NIKKOR-F lenses from type AI (possibly limited functionality such as no ...

Available Nikkor Z S-Line lenses for the Nikon Z6 / Z7

Nikon has one on its side Roadmap published, on which you can see when which lenses are planned. I took the models mentioned there from the graphic and listed them further below with a reference (if already available) to Amazon.

Nikon's roadmap for releasing lenses for the Nikon Z7 and Z6.
Nikon's roadmap for releasing lenses for the Nikon Z7 and Z6.

I have divided the Nikkor lenses into fixed focal lengths and zoom lenses. The lenses that are not yet linked are not yet available in stores. Since I don't update the article every day, you can via this link Research all Nikkor Z lenses on Amazon directly.

Prime lenses

Zoom lenses

If you are looking for a cheap lens with manual focus, you can still do that Meike Optics MK 50mm f1.7 look at.

You can find a YouTube review of the Meike lens here:

There is also a marketing video from Nikon Canada (in English) for the Nikkor Z lenses of the S-Line. These optics are presented individually in the film:

  • NIKKOR Z 35mm f / 1.8 S
  • NIKKOR Z 50mm f / 1.8 S
  • NIKKOR Z 14-30mm f / 4 S
  • NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f / 4 S
  • NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f / 2.8 S

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