Nikon 35mm f/1.4G AF-S

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Brand: Nikon

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Nikon has been releasing excellent fast prime lenses one right after the other recently, and we couldn't be happier. Their latest releases are phenomenal lenses, and this new AF-S 35mm is no exception.

The 35mm focal length is incredibly useful for both FX and DX shooters. For FX, you'll be able to shoot everything from landscapes to weddings, and not worry too much about the distortion found on wider lenses. On a DX body, you'll be shooting with a lens that is almost exactly at the 50mm "sweet spot" for versatility. There is a lot you can do with this lens, and the f/1.4 speed will help you accomplish that in nearly any lighting situation.

Nikon put in all of their latest technology with this lens: Nano Crystal Coat for improving contrast, Super Integrated Coating to improve color and cut down on flare, and aspherical lens elements to virtually eliminate most aberrations. It is a professional lens in every regard, and will allow you to use your creativity to the fullest.

So if you're looking for a fast, sharp, mid-wide to normal prime lens, then rent the Nikkor 35mm f/1.4G. It rounds out Nikon's fast prime lineup perfectly!

Additional Information

Brand Nikon
Lens Mount Nikon F
Lens Coverage APS-C (Crop), Full Frame
Lens Type Standard Prime, Wide Angle Prime
Autofocus Yes
Image Stabilization No
Filter Size (mm) 67
Min Focal Length (mm) 35
Max Focal Length (mm) 52.5
Max Angle of View (degrees) 63
Min Angle of View (degrees) 44
Max Aperture 1.4
Min Aperture 16
Min Focusing Distance (ft) 0.98
Max Magnification 0.2
Max Magnification Ratio No
Hood Included Yes
Hood Type HB-59
Aperture Blades 9
Power Zoom No
Diameter (in) 3.27
Length (in) 3.52
Weight (lbs) 1.3

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Customer Reviews

Great Lens

By Miguel on 4/16/2019

Solid prime lens. Great in between focal length for environmental portraits or tight video shots.