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The Nikon AF-S 35mm f/1.8G is a wide-angle lens for FF and APS-C, manufactured from 2014. The focus is done by Ultrasonic AF Motor (Ring-USM), it does not have image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 400 €;
82 users have given it an average vote of 9.5 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.
Opinion:I looked for it a lot in the second-hand market, but once I mounted and tested it in the field, I was disappointed by the sharpness. From a fixed point of view I expected more. It is true that it does not cost a kidney like other goals, but honestly in the details it did not satisfy me. On the D780, which already in itself returns pasty and little engraved RAW, this lens gives the coup de grace to your photos. Usable in landscapes and architecture, but not in full-length portraiture. I eventually resold it and got a quality zoom.
Pros:Colors, lights, AF, lightness, sharpness already from f2
Cons:Slight chromatic aberrations at f1.8
Opinion:I had literally fallen in love with the 35 f1.8 DX that I had left in the kit for the atmosphere and the shades of light it came. however, despite the zero cost and the absurd quality on the FF it was necessary to crop relatively to eliminate vignetting. On the advice of several I went on the famous Sigma Art but an absurd disappointment, especially for the fact that 2 photos out of 4 were to be thrown away because the fire was wrong for no reason, plus it had other very serious defects considering how it was decanted, in addition to not giving me that something I expected. At this point I decided to go back to the Nikon and I opted for this 1.8 that is made to go a little into the background because of the 1.4; As soon as I took it I went downtown to try it and the first shot I said ... FINALLY it's him. Took two photos that were perfect not to have to fix a hair in PP. It behaves in a somewhat special way, at open apertures the contrasts increase, a little vignetting is a bit of vividness, at more closed apertures, already from f2.8 the photo becomes more neutral. I'm so glad I took it.
Opinion:I want to write this review to confirm the fame of the 1.8 G series. Fantastic goal, at 1.8 sharp in the middle and well at the edges. At f/14 the edges are simply perfect. Being a 35 mm for my photography style does not need a screaming bokeh. The competition does better on sharpness, but doubles the weight and features a thin metal body that bends to shocks. G-series plastic is made specifically to absorb shocks. In fact, there are two ways to build lasting goals (but in reality everything): Half a hundred and medium-centimetre of heavy metal or to exploit plastic technology (I wonder in this form how recyclable). Targets made with 1mm of metal carry only the DEFECTS of the latter. Nikon's 1.8G series doesn't miss a beat, I would be very happy to get my hands on the 20 mm f/1.8 G, I hope one day I will. The new 20 mm f/1.8 S a dream hardly achievable when I have the Z5, it must be the apotheosis even if I doubt it is "only" a 20 1.8G + ftz built-in simply correct.
Opinion:An excellent 35 no frills, given its lightness and a joy to go around there... I took it after trying it by chance on the advice of the owner of the Nikon store in Manchester... it has a wonderful yield and I rediscovered the beauty of making street with the fixed... move to create the right shot and another way of photographing...fights on par with 35 much more expensive and heavy... on the other side and very contrasted but nothing dramatic... just set the neutral mode on the camera and the problem is solved... I highly recommend this lens if you are looking for a 35 with little talk but many facts... good light at all!
Opinion:At the moment it's my absolute favorite optics. Suitable for both portraiture and street photography. It also returns crazy shots on dated cameras. I recently switched to Nikon z50 and even now I do not separate, I always carry it in my backpack with me with the ftz adapter. Autofocus is a bit slow compared to z optics so I don't use it for videos. It is a lens to have absolutely. The cost for what from is good compared to the competition.
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