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Friday, 20 December 2013

Nikon DX 35mm f/1.8G review - Nikon 35mm lens


Nikon Dx 35mm f1.8G  is standard designed to be used on a range of digital SLR Nikon Dx Format.

The build quality of the lens is very decent thanks to an outer shell made of high quality plastic. Nikkon DX 35mm f1.8G is smaller and lighter than any Zoom Lens and it has the potential to offer a high quality image and weighs only 200g. it is model AF-S, which means it is equipped a Silent Wave Motor(SWM) for autofocus. AF-S lenses can also be fast and quiet. While the DX 35mm f1.8 does not focus as quickly and quitely as one of the prime Nikkon lenses. we never found it particularly slow and noisy during use.

The Nikon Dx 35mm f/1.8G employs eight elements in six groups, with an aspherical lens. It has a minimum focusing distance of 30cm as point seven rounded aperture blades. The ratio of the maximum focal length of f1.8, and minimum if f22. The physical length of the lens remins constant at all settings of focus( focus group back). The front element does not rotate so the using of a polarizer remains easily possible. The filter diameter was 52mm, which is consistent with most other short nikon premiums. A dedicated bayonet hood is part of the pacakage and a pocker to store and protect the lens.


Nikon DX 35mm f/1.8G can be used for general purpose photography, capturing all the landscapes and portraits and close-ups of buildings. This is probably the most flexible focal lenght. The lack of a zoom encourage you to move and explore a composition rather than standing still and turning the zoom ring. To explore the different corners and diferent distances, you can actually do a lot with this.

The Nikon Dx 35mm f/1.8G is lack of image stabilization. The objective is bright, witha good aperture value, the lack of image stabilization may not present a big problem. But it is always an advantage to have an image stabilizer.While the lens is mounted on a DX body for which it is designed, there is no vignetting. Chromatic aberrations are visible, but the aberrations are generally within acceptable limits. Maximum magnification is 0.16x fair, the goal is certainly not the best choice for the macro. It is certainly possible to take close-ups of large flowers for example click here for more reviews.


Product information
Technical Details
Brand Nikon
Color Black
Image stabilization no
Installation Type Nikon
Focal length 35 mm - 35 mm
Aperture 1.8
Model 2183
Warranty Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year

Conclusion:

overall, 35mm f1.8G Nikon is a fast and very compact lens, which is also very affordable.it retains its excellent value for money and is my favorite lens. This fixed lens has enchanted me from the first shot with my Nikon D5000! I can not find him qualities and whether to find fault I do not see one: it is reserved for DX Nikon (D3000, D5000, D90, D300 (not the d300)) It has a good build quality, a "standard" focal length (equivalent to 52.5mm in FX, 50mm is very versatile, perfect for learning (and make) the photo) , a large 1.8 aperture allows real blurry in the background and go to maximum flash -a beautiful "bokeh" (blurring the very rear diffusion map) , no significant weakness in the report (especially as devices now correct the distortions and chromatic aberrations of the objective). , a small and very light ... I do not know what to expect more than a goal, try to adopt it! It never leaves my camera and it is he who made ​​me take so it gives me pleasure!


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