Reviews and Problems with Nikon 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX
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Money well spent
Nor egrets, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: Sharp, fast, light. I haven't used this a lot yet, but I have been happy with what I've seen so far. Sometimes you don't have to break the bank and be pleasantly surprised. My not be a choice of lens for ultimate weather conditions, but it's nice a light.
Summary: This 35mm is a great prime lens. If you have a DX camera, this lens works like a 50mm because of the cropping factor of the APS-C sensor, giving you a very versatile, fast and sharp lens. This 35mm let you receive more light than your regular 18-55mm kit lens, so, is great for low light photos.
Excerpt: Filling out my stable to prime lenses. This wide aperture lens enable photographs and movies to be shot in low light situations. The brokeh is good.Image quality is excellent. Image quality from this prime lens is better then the zoom lens that covers this focal length.
Summary: Not sure if everyone know but this is a very good lens when comes to photography. I was debating in between this one and the 50mm 1.8G one. I believe there is nothing to envy besides nothing that your legs cannot take you too.
Summary: I bought a used D90 a few weeks ago with the 18-55 VR2II. I thought that was great. Then I purchased a 50mm 1.8D and thought was even better. Now I purchased this 35mm 1.8G and it's amazing. I leave it on most of the time now. It's great for indoor photos/video. Outdoors even at night.