FINALLY Sigma is making Nikon Z lenses… three, in fact!

Sigma Contemporary X-mount lens trio
(X-mount variants for illustrative purposes) (Image credit: Sigma)

At long last, Sigma has joined Nikon's mirrorless revolution! Sigma has announced its very first Z-mount lenses in the form of three super-fast prime lenses: the 16mm, 30mm and 56mm f/1.4 Contemporary.

While these are DX lenses designed for Nikon's growing roster of APS-C Z-series cameras – the Nikon Z50, Nikon Z fc and Nikon Z30 – they should be compatible with FX Z-series cameras too, which will automatically crop to accommodate them.

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Mike Harris
Technique Editor

Mike is Deputy Editor for N-Photo: The Nikon Magazine, and brings with him over 10 years experience writing both freelance and for some of the biggest specialist publications. Prior to joining N-Photo Mike was the production editor for the content marketing team of Wex Photo Video, the UK’s largest online specialist photographic retailer, where he sharpened his skills in both the stills and videography spheres.  

While he’s an avid motorsport photographer, his skills extend to every genre of photography – making him one of Digital Camera World’s top tutors for techniques on cameras, lenses, tripods, filters and other imaging equipment, as well as sharing his expertise on shooting everything from portraits and landscapes to abstracts and architecture to wildlife and, yes, fast things going around race tracks.