Sigma is developing lenses for the Nikon Z mount, beginning with a trio of f/1.4 primes, the company has announced.
Sigma’s first three Nikon Z mount lenses will be the 16mm F1.4 DC DN | Contemporary, 30mm F1.4 DC DN Contemporary and the 56mm F1.4 DC DN | Contemporary. These lenses are currently already available in Sony E mount, Fujifilm X mount, Micro Four Thirds, Canon EF-M mount L mount.
The new Sigma Nikon Z mount lenses will be designed as crop-sensor lenses but can also be used on full-frame Z mount bodies in crop mode. Sigma says each lens will also have specially developed control algorithms for Z mount, including AF drive and communication speed.
Each lens will boast a nine-blade aperture, while the 16mm will comprise 16 elements in 13 groups, the 30mm 9 elements in 7 groups and the 56mm 10 elements in 6 groups. The 16mm lens will weigh 420g, the 30mm 285g and the 56mm 295g.
Price and release date information will be announced at a later date, Sigma says.