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The Nikon AF 35mm f/2 D is a wide-angle lens for FF and APS-C, manufactured from 1989 to 2020 (discontinued). The focus is done by In-camera AF motor, it does not have image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 300 €;
70 users have given it an average vote of 9.3 out of 10.
This lens is available with the following mounts:
Nikon F: this lens is compatible with reflex fullframe and APS-C Nikon.
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The following opinions have been automatically translated with Google Translate.
Pros:Size and weight, construction, color rendering, blurry
Cons:Vignetting and f2 coma, extreme angles even with closed diaphragms
Opinion:I was missing a 35, the market offers many solutions on this focal but both for an economic discourse and compactness of the lens itself I opted for this small 35 af-d f2: the colors are beautiful and the lens is not contrasted and micro overthused (it goes well with the sensor of my ds3), the blurry also interesting; I was hoping to use it better at f2 but the lens is sober with obvious coma at this opening and must be closed at least 2.2-2.5, all in all it is not a drama, at 2.8 it is sharp for 2/3 of the frame without vignetting but in landscape use the extreme corners are always a soft hair even with closed diaphragms, on the other hand the difraction is not excessive and tolerable even up to f16; I do not know how it behaves on densest sensors but on machines such as d700 or d3s I definitely recommend it; p.s. attention to field curvature, using the center and recomposing is not good with this focus lens.
Opinion:I use it with great satisfaction on both D800 and 1V3 (with F-Mount) and on both always behaves very well! On the D800 in most cases even better than the AF-S 35-F/1.8G that was sometimes lent to me. The AF is good, it's not lightning and it's driven by the engine machine. On 1V3 of course only MF, it becomes a nice 94.5mm that can also be exploited for macros to the limit with PK11A and PK13, and in the right light conditions, it is capable of Macro of good quality and rendered especially in the range 100>200 ISO and F/2.8>8. On the D800 I personally recommend using it at F/2.8>3.5 while at F/8 it is perfect, especially for a better rendering of colors/lights to "edge" as well as for almost-zero vignette. Distortion bearable as well as it happens also AF-S 35F/1.8G, as well as for the vignette that from F/2.8 onwards I think in PP it is quickly corrected. On D800 up to 800 ISO is very good and between 100 and 300 ISO is perfect! It quite supports the sensor of the D800. Adorable and "credible" Bokeh. With 10/15 Euros you will have a lampshade. I think I have summed it all up already in the Pros/Cons and I add that (I don't say that!) to really and sensibly better you have to spend almost three times what this AF-D costs. Finally because of his I will no longer sell the 1V3 on which he does really nice things, and on the D800 he behaves much better than 35 other very expensive that when tried did not convince me of the cost-performance ratio! I'll take other AF-D because it convinced me that maybe my taste appreciates the "retro" but perhaps more realistic rendering.
Pros:Sharpness, chromatic rendition, unclosed shadows, excellent construction
Cons:Vignetting at F2
Opinion:Taken recently, what about my D700 an excellent lens, clear already from the maximum aperture, colors and shadows excellent, I find the construction better than the versions G, small and light is not pointed out too, the only point neegativo, if you can say so, is the Vignetting at F2 But it corrects well in the post, in short for those looking for a 35 and does not want to overtake, this is really a must, I highly recommend it.
Pros:-a ratio unbeatable quality / price; rn-fast focusing, even in the manual dial is liscissima; rn-light, easy to carry.
Cons:a hard lens hood to find (if you really must find a counter).
Opinion:Optics bought at the suggestion of a friend. It is ideal if you are tight-a with a 50mm, which was my case. On many occasions, I approach a bit 'too much too often I was pushed into the scene and with the difficulty 35mmf2D no longer appears. It is much more natural set a picture / a scena.rnA yield level, maybe goes to tastes and personally no problem. If I were to go out with a single optic to take to a street event, it would be this.
Pros:Size, performance, sharpness, quality / price ratio
Cons:For me against NO.
Opinion:I 35 1.8 G but soon after I changed it (too contrasty and sharp hyper for my taste) with this little gem. rnNitido already af / 2, pleasing blur, delicate tones like all the D series (at least for fixed). Quick AF does not miss a nice colpo.rnSe used to reportage or ambientati portraits you can have fun as never before with results really notevoli.rnE 'perspective that should never be lacking, I highly recommend it to anyone who wants a high yield with little spesa.rnrn
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