Nikon unveils remote grip for 600mm ultra-retardant lens and mirrorless
On the 11th, Nikon unveiled its ultra-glazed short-focus lens “Nikor Z 600mm f/4 TC VRS” that can be mounted on Z-series mirrorless cameras.
The lens is 43.7cm long and weighs 3.26kg, reducing its weight by 550g compared to the same specification lens “Nicor 600mm f/4E FLED VR” released for DSLR.
Color aberration was corrected by combining three ED lenses that reduce distortion, one super ED lens, two fluorite lenses, and two SR lenses. It also applied mesoamorphus coating that blocks light reflection such as direct sunlight and lighting.
It has a built-in teleconverter that magnifies the focal length by 1.4 times, so it can be taken at a basic 600mm and a 1.4 times magnified 840mm, and a clearer picture can be obtained when taking a super-viewer through the hand tremor suppression function.
The remote grip “MC-N10” for mirrorless cameras, which was released together, is attached to a camera tripod or gimbal to control various figures and functions without touching the camera at a distance.
The clickless dial prevents the recording from being activated and runs for up to 12 hours with AA batteries. It has the same dustproof and waterproof performance as Nikon Z9 for indoor and outdoor use.