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Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35 mm f/1.8G Lens

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Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35 mm f/1.8G Lens (Standard Lens) Price: Rs.8423

The Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f-1.8G is a single focal length lens that is crafted for serving your basic photographic requirements. The construction of the lens is carefully done to assemble 8 elements in 6 different groups. The 7 blade circular diaphragm on the lens gives the natural blur effect to all of your pictures. The high-performance optical system with an aspherical lens on this Nikon camera accessory provides peak reproduction skills.

The maximum picture angle with Nikon DX format is 44° which acts as an advantage to the user. The Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f-1.8G lens is suitable for all the small Nikon digital single lens reflex cameras. The focal length of the Nikon lens is 35 mm that gives you an optimal performance. The picture angle is equivalent to a focal length of 52.5 mm in 35 mm formats. The minimum f/stop of the lens is 22.

The large maximum aperture of the Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR lens is f/1.8 that allows the light to hit the camera sensor. The dimensions of the Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f-1.8G lens are 70 mm x 52.5 mm. This lightweight NIKKOR lens weighs 200 g by which you can carry the lens along with you every time. The Nikon lens cap features a Snap-on mechanism that helps you to easily remove and attach the cap while taking photographs.

The maximum ratio of reproduction of the Nikon AF-S DX lens is 0.16x. The filter attachment of the Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f-1.8G lens measures 52 mm. This attachment is the diameter of the front end of the lens where you can attach different kind of filters according to your requirements. You can click pictures of your choice and according to your requirement by attaching different filters.

There are two focus modes that are available on the Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f-1.8G lens for your convenience. The M/A indication on the lens represents the manual priority autofocus and the M indication refers to manual focus. These options help even the amateurs to click their favourite photos. The closest focusing distance of the Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR lens is 0.3 m. This helps you to closely watch your beloved ones and capture their expressions.

The metal mount of the lens makes it convenient to attach and detach the lens to the camera. The Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f-1.8G lens is compactly designed and is well-balanced when attached to small Nikon digital single lens reflex cameras. The Silent Wave Motor (SWM) in the Nikon NIKKOR lens ensures smooth and quite autofocus operation. The Nikon lens is handy and even fits in your jacket's pocket for you to carry it around.

Compatible Filters for Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35 mm f/1.8G Lens (Standard Lens)

Hoya:  52 mm Circular Polarizer, 52 mm HD Ultra Violet, Digital Filter kit 58 mm
Kenko:  58 mm Ultra Violet E Series, Pro ND4 (W) 58 mm, Pro ND8 (W) 52 mm, Zeta UV L41 (W) 52 mm
Marumi:  55 mm Ultra Violet Haze
Nisi:  52 mm Circular Polarizer, 58 mm Ulta Violet

Specifications of Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35 mm f/1.8G Lens (Standard Lens)

In the Box
Sales Package Front Lens Cap LC-52, Rear Lens Cap LF-1, Bayonet Hood HB-46, Flexible Lens Pouch CL-0913
General
Brand Nikon
Name Standard
Model AF-S DX NIKKOR 35 mm f/1.8G
Type Prime
Filter Attachment Size 52 mm
Picture Angle with Nikon DX Format 44°
Minimum f/stop 22
Lens Cap Snap-on
Lens Hood HB-46
Lens Case CL-0913
Lens Features
Lens Construction (Elements/Groups) 8 Elements in 6 Groups (One Hybrid Aspherical Lens)
Performance Features
Maximum Focal Length 35 mm
Aperture with Max Focal Length f/1.8
Aperture with Min Focal Length f/22
Minimum Focusing Distance 0.3m
Maximum Reproduction Ratio 0.16x
Additional Features
Other Specifications Aspherical Lens Element, Nikon F-Bayonet Mount Type, Compatible Formats (DX, FX in DX Crop Mode), Distance Information, Super Integrated Coating, Autofocus, Focus Mode (Auto, Manual, Auto / Manual), Rear Focusing, G-type, Screw-on Filter Type
Dimensions
Dimensions 70 x 52.5 mm (Diameter x Length)
Weight 200 g
Warranty
Warranty 2 Years
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Reviews of Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35 mm f/1.8G Lens

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★★★★★
★★★★★
01 Apr 2012
A must have lens for your DSLR

This is an excellent prime lens and a must have in your kitty of lenses. I would even recommend this as the only lens for your camera. Once you have experienced the awesome quality sharp and crisp pictures from this lens, other lenses will pale in comparison.

I have a Nikon D5000. This 35mm prime lens has replaced the 18-55mm kit lens as the default lens. Now, I use only this 35mm prime lens for everything.

Pictures from this lens are sharp, colourful and very lively. The bokeh effect is also satisfactory.
I like this lens a lot for it's ability to get great quality pictures in low light...
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This is an excellent prime lens and a must have in your kitty of lenses. I would even recommend this as the only lens for your camera. Once you have experienced the awesome quality sharp and crisp pictures from this lens, other lenses will pale in comparison.

I have a Nikon D5000. This 35mm prime lens has replaced the 18-55mm kit lens as the default lens. Now, I use only this 35mm prime lens for everything.

Pictures from this lens are sharp, colourful and very lively. The bokeh effect is also satisfactory.
I like this lens a lot for it's ability to get great quality pictures in low light...
This is an excellent prime lens and a must have in your kitty of lenses. I would even recommend this as the only lens for your camera. Once you have experienced the awesome quality sharp and crisp pictures from this lens, other lenses will pale in comparison.

I have a Nikon D5000. This 35mm prime lens has replaced the 18-55mm kit lens as the default lens. Now, I use only this 35mm prime lens for everything.

Pictures from this lens are sharp, colourful and very lively. The bokeh effect is also satisfactory.
I like this lens a lot for it's ability to get great quality pictures in low light. This is especially evident when shooting indoors. Many a times, with the 18-55mm kit lens, I have had real difficulties shooting indoors. Flash spoils the naturalness of the photo and without it, the shutter speed needs to be so slow that unless you have a tripod, you won't capture good photos. But the 35mm prime lens works wonders in these situations. It gathers more light and allows you to shoot at higher shutter speeds. This means better, blur-free photos..

Don't even think twice about this lens. It is an absolute must have. Once you get this, you might find all your other lenses redundant. :-)

Some people might be confused with 35mm vs 50mm prime lens. If you have a 18-55mm kit lens, set the focal lengths to both 35 and 50mm and then see how much area is covered. You'll get to know the difference. The 50mm will have a more zoomed in view as compared to 35mm. For outdoor shots, this won't make a difference. For indoor photography, this makes a lot of difference as you may not have too much space to step quite far away from the subject(s) to frame the photo correctly. I find that 35mm is perfect for both indoor and outdoor photography.

If your camera has an inbuilt auto-focus motor (D90/D7000 and above), then you better go for the other 50mm lens (Nikkor AF 50mm f/1.8D lens) which costs about Rs.6100. That model does not have auto-focus motor built into the lens, but since your camera has it, you will save quite a bit of money..
For cameras like D40/D3000/D3100/D5000/D5100 which do not have built in auto focus motor in the camera, this particular lens (Nikkor AF-S DX 35mm f/1.8G lens) is the best.

This lens will truly make you a better photographer.

100% of 65 users found this review helpful.
★★★★★
★★★★★
02 Oct 2011
Take a picture using f/2.8 view as big as you can, you will be spoilt for life

First of all this is a single focal length (no Zoom), small size, larger aperture lens. They are usually very sharp 9way better than zoom), easy to carry, cheaper than zoom and excellent for low light condition. No vibration reduction but with this you hardly need. I use it with my D3100 at aperture priority mode at f2.8 and carry in my backpack always. Except that tiny bird on a far away tree branch or an ant on a flower petal or 20 people inside a tiny room, it captures everything beautifully. Technically, it has metal mount, rubber gasket to prevent dust, close focus ~1 feet and rounded... ()

First of all this is a single focal length (no Zoom), small size, larger aperture lens. They are usually very sharp 9way better than zoom), easy to carry, cheaper than zoom and excellent for low light condition. No vibration reduction but with this you hardly need. I use it with my D3100 at aperture priority mode at f2.8 and carry in my backpack always. Except that tiny bird on a far away tree branch or an ant on a flower petal or 20 people inside a tiny room, it captures everything beautifully. Technically, it has metal mount, rubber gasket to prevent dust, close focus ~1 feet and rounded...
First of all this is a single focal length (no Zoom), small size, larger aperture lens. They are usually very sharp 9way better than zoom), easy to carry, cheaper than zoom and excellent for low light condition. No vibration reduction but with this you hardly need. I use it with my D3100 at aperture priority mode at f2.8 and carry in my backpack always. Except that tiny bird on a far away tree branch or an ant on a flower petal or 20 people inside a tiny room, it captures everything beautifully. Technically, it has metal mount, rubber gasket to prevent dust, close focus ~1 feet and rounded blades for good out of focus objects (bokeh). With this at 1600ISO setting, nights are photographable with a quality you never thought possible. 50mm f1.8 is similarly good but meant for Full frame Nikon. Angle of view of 50mm f1.8 with D3100 (APS-C format) is lower and thus does not cover many type of photo. As I said in the title this will spoil you and you will find every other lens are not sharp enough, too heavy and too costly for their image quality.

95% of 40 users found this review helpful.
★★★★★
★★★★★
17 Oct 2011
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It will make you a better photographer!!

I mean it. This lens will truly make you a better photographer. Its a simple prime lens(no zoom) and takes pictures with astonishing clarity. Its one of those lenses that almost all professional photographers have in their kit. After reading a lot of reviews I went for this, and now I understand why they have it.
At larger apertures(f/1.8,f/2) you get amazing bokeh effects, almost like the ones you see in magazines. Also, I'd strongly recommend this for low light photography.

(35mm vs 50mm)
Many folks are confused between these 2. Both are equally great lens. I chose 35mm since it gives a...
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I mean it. This lens will truly make you a better photographer. Its a simple prime lens(no zoom) and takes pictures with astonishing clarity. Its one of those lenses that almost all professional photographers have in their kit. After reading a lot of reviews I went for this, and now I understand why they have it.
At larger apertures(f/1.8,f/2) you get amazing bokeh effects, almost like the ones you see in magazines. Also, I'd strongly recommend this for low light photography.

(35mm vs 50mm)
Many folks are confused between these 2. Both are equally great lens. I chose 35mm since it gives a...
I mean it. This lens will truly make you a better photographer. Its a simple prime lens(no zoom) and takes pictures with astonishing clarity. Its one of those lenses that almost all professional photographers have in their kit. After reading a lot of reviews I went for this, and now I understand why they have it.
At larger apertures(f/1.8,f/2) you get amazing bokeh effects, almost like the ones you see in magazines. Also, I'd strongly recommend this for low light photography.

(35mm vs 50mm)
Many folks are confused between these 2. Both are equally great lens. I chose 35mm since it gives a slightly wider viewing angle. For outdoor photography the difference is almost negligible. For indoors, with the 50mm you might have to step back quite a bit from the subject.

94% of 31 users found this review helpful.
★★★★★
★★★★★
03 Oct 2011
You will never regret your purchase

When I ordered mine, I never thought this lens would turn out to be one of my favorites. It exceeded my expectations on all grounds. I use a DX camera body (D7000) and I needed a lens with effective focal length of 50mm for street and home function photography. This lens is light, superb sharp, silent and dot on focus with great accuracy. Manual over-ride is a boon in some situations. For night shots, you will never thank any lens more in this price range. I call it an Owl's eye.

Go ahead and pick this lens, you will never regret your purchase.
~Akash

95% of 21 users found this review helpful.
★★★★★
★★★★★
04 Oct 2013
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The Best Cheap Nikkor Autofocus Standard G lens for the Nikon DX Body

Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G Lens (Standard Lens)

The literature about this lens fascinated me to the extent that I was tempted to experience it. My appreciations to all who wrote about this lens here and elsewhere.

My background.
I started clicking in 1973 with Agfa Click III. Had used many - Olympus OM 40 P with Olympus Zuiko 55mm f1.2. & 85mm f2 lenses. Zenith with Helios lenses, etc. Now using Nikon D3200.

Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G Lens
This is a fixed focal length (not a zoom lens) with a super silent AF motor built inside the lens. Its filter thread size is 52mm.

T...
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Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G Lens (Standard Lens)

The literature about this lens fascinated me to the extent that I was tempted to experience it. My appreciations to all who wrote about this lens here and elsewhere.

My background.
I started clicking in 1973 with Agfa Click III. Had used many - Olympus OM 40 P with Olympus Zuiko 55mm f1.2. & 85mm f2 lenses. Zenith with Helios lenses, etc. Now using Nikon D3200.

Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G Lens
This is a fixed focal length (not a zoom lens) with a super silent AF motor built inside the lens. Its filter thread size is 52mm.

T...
Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G Lens (Standard Lens)

The literature about this lens fascinated me to the extent that I was tempted to experience it. My appreciations to all who wrote about this lens here and elsewhere.

My background.
I started clicking in 1973 with Agfa Click III. Had used many - Olympus OM 40 P with Olympus Zuiko 55mm f1.2. & 85mm f2 lenses. Zenith with Helios lenses, etc. Now using Nikon D3200.

Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G Lens
This is a fixed focal length (not a zoom lens) with a super silent AF motor built inside the lens. Its filter thread size is 52mm.

The lens lacks an aperture ring. But the following aperture settings are possible on the Aperture Priority mode from the camera body 22, 20, 18, 16, 14, 13, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7.1, 6.3, 5.6, 5, 4.5, 4, 3.5, 3.2, 2.8, 2.5, 2.2, 2 and1.8.

It has a focus ring and you can manually fine adjust the focus if you desire so. Fine focusing is fantastic. But the focus ring is narrow and appears inconvenient to me.
The package comes with a black plastic lens hood and a lens pouch. It also has a manual & warranty card.

Nikon had packed the lens inside the carton such that the lens stays 2 cms above the bottom of the pack; 1.5 cms inside from the sides of the pack and more than 6 cms deep from the top of the pack – exemplary packing. No fear of reasonable impact damage from top bottom or sides. The Nikon carton is factory sealed.
It comes with a 2 year service warranty.

Flipkart (WS Retail) had used an air bubble packing to safely pack the Nikon carton. So no possibility of damage due to reasonable impacts during handling and transit.

35 mm DX is equivalent to 52.5 mm lens in DX format D 3200 body

The Nikon 50 mm f 1.8 D, which is around Rs 6000/-, is also cheaper, sharper and crisper, but will not auto focus in D 3200 body, since D 3200 body doesn’t have an auto focus motor incorporated into it.

The Nikon 50 mm f 1.8 G will auto focus and is almost the similar price of this lens. But 50 mm lens in a DX body is not standard; it is equivalent to 75 mm lens (or 80 mm lens) and becomes a portrait lens.

This lens is a G lens where as the 50 mm f 1.8 D costing Rs 6000 is a D lens. The G lens produces images with beautiful backdrops and splendid bokehs than D lens. Of course G is costlier than D.

One drawback is, this lens lacks VR (vibration reduction) wrt 18-105mm lens; so you need a tripod or at least a monopod for very low light situations.
Since it is equivalent to 52.5 mm lens (35 x 1.5 = 52.5) it is a standard lens; and presence of VR would have been an added advantage for handheld photography in low light situations. Another positive side of the same coin is absence of VR makes the lens rugged inside its housing.
I feel that a wide lens that DOESN'T need VR would be 23.33mm (35 ÷ 1.5 = 23.33) or wider ones. But it is Nikon R&D team to think about this.

When compared with Nikon 18-105 lens, this Nikon 35 mm f 1.8 G is producing brighter, sharper, crisper and colourful images and definitely superior to kit lens at 35 mm in bokeh effect.
For night shots and low light shots without flash this is superb lens w.r.t. (w.r.t. = with respect to) to kit lens. It produces splendid images in low ambient (natural) light. I prefer ambient light to flash since it produces natural images.

At ISO 6400 and Hi1 settings, this lens renders night shots with stunning image quality.

At f 5.6 and smaller apertures, this 35 mm Nikkor glass gives exemplary sharpness at this price
As the lens gets wider, naturally light enters the camera from a wider area, and the image gets brighter w.r.t. tele lens.
More light falling on the sensor translates into a faster shutter speed and blur free pictures.
More light on a more Megapixel (24 MP) sensor further translates into stunning image quality and better cropping possibility.

My other choice was a Nikon AF-S DX Micro NIKKOR 40mm f/2.8G Lens. Reviews say that you have to get more close to the subject which is a disadvantage for general purpose photography. Mover over I can buy a 52 mm close up lens filter or reverse lens adapter and get the same purpose done. But if get a lot of spare money I will definitely buy this lens because I love close up shots. But, not for now.

Above all this 35 mm lens is lighter in weight.

My purpose is general photography, family shots, outdoor vacation photography and indoor shots like meeting, family function, etc without flash.

So I opted for 35 mm f 1.8 G as the prime standard lens for my DX format camera. It also has an angle of vision almost near to the older 50 mm lens of Film SLR camera (same for FX format DSLR) which I am used to, since 1980's.

This lens is MADE IN CHINA & imported by Nikon India Pvt Ltd in Aug 2013.

Flipkart (WS Retail) was perfect in receiving, processing and dispatching this order.

Blue Dart handled this shipment with professional standards.

Cost Rs.12440. Ordered on 29.09.2013 Delivered on 02.10.2013

100% of 18 users found this review helpful.

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Good lens :)

I was using 18 - 55 mm kit lens initially, I always felt bad about the quality of pics in low light or indoors. I am very happy to own this one now. The pics are amazingly crisp (provided u know to manipulate the lens). I use this as default lens now for my Nikon D5100 and absolutely love it :) (View complete review)

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Nice Lens

My D7000 is a DX camera and so far I used 50mm f/1.8D lens. The D lens is slow in focusing. Also the 50mm on DX sensor is not exactly 50mm. This lens gives me the best frame with nice bokeh. I am happy with it.

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Good one

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