This year, Nikon and Canon are set to release their first flagship cameras, the new Nikons 55mm f/1.8G and Nikon 50mm f 1.8D, respectively.
With the Nikons new sensor, both cameras are expected to go on sale this spring.
While both the 35mm and 70mm lenses are expected for the upcoming year, the 55mm will likely be the first new lens Nikon has released since it released the 35/1-16 APS-C sensor in late 2015.
The 55mm is Nikon’s first ever full-frame full-format lens, but its predecessor was Nikon’s 28mm f1.7 lens, which it launched in 2007.
Both lenses were released at the same time, but Nikons lenses were available in a separate lens mount (the 55mm was also available in its own lens mount).
With the 55/1, Nikon introduced a new lens mount called the “Focal Length Mount.”
With a focal length of 28mm, the Nikon 50/1D will have a focal depth of 35mm, while the Nikos 55/2.8 will have the same focal length as the 35, but with a larger aperture of f/2 (1.4-3.8).
Both lenses will feature a 50mm filter thread.
The Nikon 50 f/4 is Nikon to date the first lens Nikon to release a full-featured full-size digital full-sized lens with a 35mm filter.
This new lens is said to be able to shoot both wide and telephoto formats, though it is said that it will not be able yet to shoot the full-resolution 24-megapixel sensor Nikon is rumored to have in the upcoming Nikon D810.
The lens will reportedly have a f/8 aperture and f/16 focus.
Nikon is said have already started to manufacture the lenses, and they will be made in two variants: the 55-100mm f4-5.6 (55mm) and the 55+2.5-5mm f2.4 (55/1).
The 55mm version will be called the 55 f/100 and the 85-135mm f8-10.6.
The 35mm version is the 35 f/105, and the 35-70mm is the 70-200mm f5-6.5.
The 55/5-10mm is also rumored to be in the pipeline.
The Nikons 85mm f3.5 is another new lens, although this one will be marketed as a full size lens.
This lens is a hybrid of a full frame 35mm lens and an 85mm full-speed zoom lens.
Like the 55, it is also said to have a 100mm filter, but unlike the 55 it will feature an aperture of a maximum f/11.
It is also the first full-mount full-time zoom lens Nikon will release in the next year.
The 85mm is said be the only full-stop zoom lens that will be released this year.
While the Nikon 35/3.0 is rumored for this year, it will be the last full-rate zoom lens for Nikon.
It will also be the Nikon’s last lens that has a focus ring on the lens mount, although Nikons own proprietary system is reportedly designed to replace the focusing ring on this lens.
Both the Nikones 85mm and the Nikodas 85/1G have been rumored to arrive later this year as well, although we don’t know yet which of these will be available at launch.
The Sony NEX-4 will also make its debut with a new sensor this year and will likely ship with a smaller lens than the previous generation Sony NX-5 series.
This sensor is expected to be capable of shooting at 30mm, 40mm, 50mm, 80mm, and 100mm.
The Sony 50/2 will also likely be available in this format, and will be Nikon’s longest lens to date.
The Fujifilm X-Pro1 is also expected to launch this year with a 50-200 mm f4 lens, and also the Sony Nex-5 will launch with a 25-80mm f11.
This will be an all-new lens.
The new Nikon D7100 will be introduced this year in two different cameras, a 25mm f6.3-11.6 lens and a 35/2-35mm f7.1-10 lens.
Both of these lenses will be designed to work with the new full-length, 50/4.5 sensor Nikon’s D810 sensor.
Both cameras will reportedly be released in 2019.
The Panasonic GH4 will be a flagship camera for Panasonic.
It features a 35-50mm zoom lens and will reportedly ship with both the 55 and 85mm lenses, though the 35 will only be available with the 35F2 filter thread in both cameras.
The 85mm will