Nikon 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX Nikkor
Excellent sharpness from an open aperture. Correct colour rendering. Universal focal length. Precise autofocus.
In the class of "fixes" Nikon 35mm can be classified as wide-angle — its focal length is 35 mm. Aperture — 1.8. Designed for use in Nikon systems with APS-C sensors. Autofocus is provided by an ultrasonic drive.
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A 35mm prime for Nikon SLR cameras in APS-C format can serve as an excellent addition to a regular lens or become a full-fledged replacement for a “whale” lens — the universal focal length of the model allows you to shoot the vast majority of everyday scenes with all the advantages of a fast aperture.
From the category of lenses with a fixed focal length, sharpened purely for cropped cameras of the Japanese brand, Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 35mm f / 1.8G is the most aperture. Moreover , the f / 1.8 aperture is quite working for it — the sharpness in the centre of the frame when shooting on an open hole is rated as “excellent”, and the detail at the edges of the image is pulled up to a good level with f / 2.2-2.8. Peak resolution is achieved at f / 4 aperture — this figure is most suitable for landscape photography.
In the correct focus on the subject, the SWM autofocus wave drive assists. In terms of speed, it is not a champion, but in terms of accuracy of focus, there are no complaints about the autofocus drive. Lenses from the optical scheme of the lens move inside the body when focus, so that the model does not change in size.
Still, it’s not worth praising the Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 35mm f / 1.8G too much, because. one spoon with tar still wormed its way into its features. It concerns the susceptibility of the lens to chromatic aberrations — this visual effect occurs at the edges of high-contrast transitions between objects in the picture. However, both the in-camera XA suppression system and all modern photo editors can fight aberrations, so they do not cause much trouble. The ability to effectively blur the background with a lens looks much more attractive — the maximum aperture of f / 1.8 paired with a 7-blade aperture contributes to beautiful and soft bokeh.