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Nikon 35mm f/1.4G AF-S

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REVIEW: Nikon AF-S Nikkor 35mm f/1.4G Lens Review

photodo
3 July 2013
  • Excerpt: Handling and features Performance Verdict Specification This wide angle lens from Nikon costs around £1300 and sports a bright f/1.4 maximum aperture, silent internal focusing and nano-crystal coatings to help control ghosting and flare.
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Overall 10
9.5

Nikon AF-S 35mm f/1.4G Review

What Digital Camera
12 August 2011
  • Excerpt: What Digital Camera reviews the Nikon AF-S 35mm f/1.4G to find out if it's worth the high asking price
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Lens Test: Nikon 35mm f/1.4G ED

Pop Photo
7 August 2011
  • Excerpt: Last month we tested the industry’s least expensive 35mm f/1.4 lens (the $500 Rokinon 35mm AS UMC). This month, we shift to the opposite end of the pricing spectrum to one of the most expensive: Nikon’s $1,800 full-frame 35mm f/1.4G lens. Like all f/1.4 primes, it’s large and heavy—more than three times the bulk of the 7-ounce 35mm f/2 Nikkor. Its weight is identical to last month’s Rokinon as well as Canon’s comparable 35mm f/1.4.
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Nikkor AF-S 35mm f/1.4G

Camera Labs
1 March 2011
  • Excerpt: The Nikkor AF-S 35mm f/1.4G was announced September 2010 as the last prime to complete the updated series of 24mm, 50mm, and 85mm f/1.4 models in Nikon's line-up.
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Nikon 35mm f/1.4G AF-S Lens

The Digital Picture
12 October 2010
  • Excerpt: While I hope to create a full Nikon 35mm f/1.4G AF-S Lens evaluation, my first priority is to include results from this lens in the lens comparison tools. This page currently exists because it is required by the database and content management systems for the posting of those standard test results.
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Overall 8
8.0

Nikon AF-S Nikkor 35mm f/1.4G Lens Review

ePHOTOzine
15 January 2013
  • Excerpt: This wide angle lens from Nikon costs around £1300 and sports a bright f/1.4 maximum aperture, silent internal focusing and nano-crystal coatings to help control ghosting and flare.
  • Pros: Very sharp in the centre of the frame, Silent focusing, Low distortion, Very low CA, Highly resistant to flare, Durable weather-sealed magnesium construction
  • Cons: Falloff of illumination towards the corners at wide apertures, Sharpness towards the edges of the frame falls behind the performance in the centre of the frame
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Overall 8
7.7
Value for money 6
6.0
Overall quality 7
7.0
Build quality 10
10

Nikkor AF-S 35mm f/1.4 G (FX) - Review / Test Report

photozone.de
16 August 2011
  • Conclusion: It took Nikon a while to get into gear regarding their fast primes, but at least in case of the AF-S 35/1.4 G the result is impressive and was worth the wait. The image center is very sharp right from the largest aperture, the borders and corners follow only slightly behind and offer very good sharpness slightly stopped down. Distortion as well as CAs are moderate on a full format DSLR. Typical for such a fast prime, some LoCAs are present at larger apertures.
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Nikon AF-S Nikkor 35mm f/1.4G

PhotographyBLOG
27 June 2011
  • Excerpt: The Nikon AF-S 35mm f1.4 lens features a Silent Wave Motor (SWM) that allows near-silent auto-focusing on all Nikon DSLR cameras. Importantly, this solution allows instant manual override even when the focus mode switch is in the M/A position. Focusing is fully internal, meaning the length of the lens always remains constant, and the front of the lens does not rotate on focus. This is good news for those who use polarisers or ND grads on a regular basis.
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AF-S 35 mm f/1.4G

LensTip.com
10 February 2011
  • Excerpt: Until recently one of the most serious charges against the Nikon system was that it lacked fast “prime” lenses with medium focal lengths and a modern focusing mechanism. The last launches made this accusation out of date – in recent years we’ve seen such lenses as the AF-S 50 mm f/1.4G, the AF-S 24 mm f/1.4G ED, the AF-S 35 mm f/1.4G and the AF-S 85 mm f/1.4G put on the marked. The first and the last one have been already tested by us.
  • Cons: not useful maximum relative aperture,, high chromatic aberration,, huge vignetting on full frame,, significant coma,, noticeable astigmatism,, weak price/quality ratio.
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Overall 10
9.5

Nikon 35 mm 1.4G

camerastuffreview.com
9 August 2011
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