Reviews and Problems with Nikon 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX
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Not too bad!
peternewport, B&H Photo
27 July 2015
Excerpt: This lens is great for portrait and various everyday photos. It has amazing sharpness combined with smooth bokeh. The image quality is the best you'll find for the price. It is also a very light and small lens, so you can easily pack it in a small bag. Great for travel!
Pros: Consistent Output, Light, Lightweight, Nice Bokeh, Sharp For Price, Small
Cons: Autofocus Whine, feels cheap, Not Great For Video, Slight distortion, Weak Casing
Excerpt: I do street photography and this lens is not sharp and i can get it in focus after second or third try. There is a noise like it needs oil or something like that. I have 85 and 50 mm f1.8 they are good and fast to focus. I use nikon d7000 with this lenses with no problem.
Excerpt: Much better to buy the 50mm. The 35 is most suited indoors (or for cramming a lot of space into your picture) but this lens is not as fast as expected. So you'd be using flash at some point limiting your choice of shots.