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  (Black)

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Highlights
  • Lens Mount: Nikon Mount
  • Designed For: Nikon DSLRs
  • Lens Type: Standard
  • Prime Lens
Specifications
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 Lens
Color
  • Black
Type
  • Prime
Prime/Zoom
  • Prime
Lens Type
  • Standard
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
Compatibility Features
Designed For
  • Nikon DSLRs
Suitable For
  • Journalism
Lens Mount
  • Nikon Mount
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 G
Aperture with Min Focal Length
  • f/22
Minimum Focusing Distance
  • 0.3 m
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
  • 540 g
Warranty
Warranty
  • 2 Years
Ratings & Reviews
4.7
4,773 Ratings &
791 Reviews
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5

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 z...
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C H S Mani

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Oct, 2013

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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 al...
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Vinay V

Apr, 2012

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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)
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Pradipta

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Oct, 2011

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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 ah...
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Akash Khairate

Oct, 2011

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Terrific purchase

Works like a charm on my Nikon D3400 as you can see it in the pic i have uploaded, excellent for low light photography and details it captures is hard to miss. I will say for Crop sensor cameras, apart from kit lens this 35mm lens should be the first choice to buy. I have used 50mm lens too and for places where space is tight, 35mm lens has a better edge over the former. So for first prime lens for beginners, I will say go for this👍
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Rohit Hembram

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Oct, 2019

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Awesome

very good and perfect for those who want to capture portrait.the Bokeh is nice and the lens is sharp enough.
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chinmoy talukdar

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Nov, 2019

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Extremely Accurate Sniper Rifle with a Night Vission Scope

Buy this lens if You need to have Crystal clear (Much clear than 18-55 when cropped without any S/W modifications on the image(RAW or JPEG))
It is Very fast lens.. No need to keep your Shutter open for long time inspite of low light.
It makes colors more vivid.
It takes brilliant Low light Photos with outstanding clarity (even at low ISO and without Noise even if you zoom it in PC). Eg. Kumartuli Photography at Evening Light.
It dosen’t make you a better photographer ..Mind it .. It can very ...
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Ranabir Bhattacharjee

Sep, 2013

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Must have lens for every photographers!!

Its an amazing product. After reading many reviews I have purchased this Lens. There is one more variant for this lens, which doesn't have silent wave motor in it. But there are many other differences between both the lens.

AF-S lens has more diaphragms so that bokeh will be very nice. Also built quality of the AF-S lens is far good than the old model.

this lens works perfect with my D7000. Now my old kit lens is sleeping in my bag, I don't feel like using it at all because of the greatne...
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Praveen Herbivore

May, 2012

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This is the best lens for a DX Camera

This is the best lens you can buy for your DX camera in a budget, and believe me you got to have it in your lens kit. 1.8 f stop produce awesome picture with clear depth of field.

Are you getting confused between 35mm G and 50mm G ?
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If you are getting confuse between getting 50mm or 35mm (both are price almost same) you should buy 35mm, because the 50mm is FX format camera lens (read the difference between dx and fx format if ...
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Manasvi Sareen

Mar, 2013

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5

Best in the market!

Finally got the best prime lens after months of searching reviews and differences between 35 & 50mm.

After using 35mm properly in different conditions and locations, I can proudly say that 50mm is useful only in 5/10 situations, but 35mm is useful in 9/10 situations.

The only place where you might feel the need of 50mm is tight portrait shots, still 35mm can do the job and you can crop the pic (it will create little less bokeh, but will be pleasing to the eyes).

35mm is real prime because ...
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Prashant Saini

Certified Buyer, New Delhi

Jul, 2019

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Questions and Answers
Q:Is it suitable for d3500
A:Yes. I'm using it on d3500
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Q:I but new nikon d5600 i wna but first lens bt i m confised which lens i hv to buy.. i wna shoot portrait pic boken effect pic bt i m very confused which lens should i but 35mm or 50 mm..?? plz help
A:if you are taking shot inside your house .Then by 50 MM you can take photograph of 4 people standing in one row ,whereas in same condition you can take photograph o6 people by 35 MM.
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Q:is this a VR lense ?
A:This lens does not have vibration reduction technology.
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Q:D5600 atuto focus working ?
A:Yes its working fine with D5600 Auto Focus.
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Q:Does auto focus motor make sound in A/M mode? is that normal?
A:yes normal sound
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Q:is this support d5600
A:it is a G lens. so it should support all Nikon bodies.
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Q:Is it Comparible with Canon Eos 600D?
A:No. Please understand that canon and nikon lens are NOT inter-compatible. You can use converters but its not worth the hassle.
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Q:does it come with lens hood??
A:Yes, Lens, Lens hood & pouch
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Q:would it be compatible with old D40?
A:Yes, since it is a f mount lens.
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Q:Is it suitable for Nikon D5100 Camera???
A:It is suitable for any model of Nikon DSLR. Though I am using D3400. It is a very nice lens.
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Product Description
Explore your true skills in photography with the Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35 mm f/1.8G Lens. The lens is light and compact, and ensures no perspective distortion while shooting, giving you excellent results.
Design

With a lens construction of 8 elements in 6 different groups, the Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 35mm f-1.8G lens comes with a Nikon F lens mount. The Silent Wave Motor (SWM) in the Nikon Nikkor lens ensures smooth and quite autofocus operation. The filter attachment of the Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 35mm f-1.8G lens measures 52 mm.

SWMSilent

Wave Motor

Mount

Nikon F

52mm

Filter

Performance

The large aperture of f/1.8 allows the light to hit the camera sensor enabling effortless hand-held shooting in low light situations. The f/22 aperture value lets you shoot landscapes with excellent sharpness and clarity. The 35 mm focal length falls in the 'standard' category ensuring no perspective distortion.

f/1.8Maximum

Aperture

f/22Minimum

Aperture

35mm

Focal Length

Features

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 lens offers the option of focusing in both auto and manual modes that can be changed using the switch provided on the lens.

0.3meter

Focus Distance

Focus

Auto & Manual

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