Nikon 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX Lens for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras

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If you are Nikon lover you might fallen in love with this model.This Nikon 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX lens produces sharp pictures and great color and contrast. It’s also good for portrait and other general purposes (semi-macro etc). This lens additionally produces nice bokeh. The picture quality and bokeh quality are comparable with the other Nikon prime lenses (50mm f/1.8, 50mm f/1.4, 50mm f/1.4 AF-S etc) lens which are famous for being sharp. Overall, this can be a very versatile lens. On a non full frame DSLR (like D40, D40x, D60, D5000, D80, D90, D200, D300 etc), this 35mm focal length is reminiscent of regarding 50mm which is taken into account a traditional lens (traditional as to being close to an individual eye viewing angle perspective).

Many people, as well as people who already own the 50mm prime, are expecting this lens (prime lens that has wider angle than the 50mm) for a very long time, particularly for non full frame DSLR owners that sometimes have concerning 1.5x magnification due to the smaller sensor size. Those 50mm lens on a non full frame DSLR is reminiscent of 75mm that is often too much zoom for many state of affairs. For example in a very area where you can’t keep backing up to compose your photos, or when taking picture of a group of people where you’ll need to maneuver back a ton with the 50mm lens. This 35mm lens will solve that downside to some extent as this is a lot wider lens than the 50mm prime lenses. Having said that the 50mm prime lens is still a nice lens. If you do not own any of the earlier version of the 50mm lens and wondering if you ought to get this 35mm or the 50mm, then I would advocate you to get this lens over 50mm, unless you know for positive that you need a lot of zoom than the 35mm for your purpose, then you’ll go and obtain the 50mm or 85mm (each obtainable on f/1.4 or f/1.8).

Being a chief lens (this 35mm lens), you will would like to maneuver your feet a ton to compose your image.

Whereas this lens produces very sharp pictures at f/1.8, the corner show lower contrast. Sharpness and distinction will increase further as you stop down to f/2, f/2.8 and f/4. Sharpness will increase slowly once f/2.8.The massive and with this lens over the older 35mm lens is the AF-S feature which is auto focus system that’s internal to the lens, very quick and very silent. This lens will please a ton of individuals who currently own D40, D40x, D60, and D5000, as they now will profit from the autofocus.

Another huge win is that the manual override on autofocus mode (M/A mode), which will permit us to change the main target without having to alter the mode to manual mode (this is pretty normal to most Nikon newer lenses however it’s quite new for Nikon prime lens series)

This lens doens’t have image stabilization (VR), however that’s reasonably expected as Nikon also doesn’t include VR on their new 50mm f/1.4 AF-S lens. It would be nice to have VR (for extended exposure handheld operation, and for individuals with less stable photography technique) but it can most likely increase the dimensions, weight and cost of this lens.VR actually will facilitate a lot  and will turn out better/sharper image than equivalent lens without VR .

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