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Nikon Nikkor AF f2D Lens, Black
|Max Focal Length||35 Millimeters|
|Min Focal Length||35 Millimeters|
|Lens Coating Description||HD Coating|
|Model name||AF 35mm f2D|
About this item
- 52mm thread
- Advanced multilayer coating
- Close focusing distance
- Sleek, modern, and durable design
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : Yes
- Product Dimensions : 4.5 x 6.5 x 6.5 cm; 205 Grams
- Date First Available : 1 September 2017
- Manufacturer : Nikon Australia
- ASIN : B00005LE72
- Item Model Number : 1923
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52mm thread 52mm thread Advanced multilayer coating D2.Excellent choice for travel and architecture, landscape and everyday photography as well as HD-Video applications.
From the manufacturer
Three Promises Of The Heart:
- Nikon Promise #1 - Be True to the Heart
- Nikon Promise #2 - Ignite the Heart
- Nikon Promise #3 - Invent for the Heart
At The Heart Of The Image
That’s Where The Challenge Is, And Nikon Dares To Take It On.
Each and every person has a unique sense of the world - joy, sorrow, wonder, hope and infinitely more. The image can capture these nuances of the heart, vividly expressing them in the visible world. Imaging shows us the world in a whole new light, and this, in turn, can profoundly influence our lives. And so the images has a limitless power to inspire the human spirit.
For Nikon, there is nothing more compelling than the potential of the image to express the riches of human experience. Our heartfelt desire is to continue to explore the potential. At Nikon, we consciously strive to refine our sensibilities. This process is the key to creating new value for the image - and the secret to inspiring you to realize all the aspirations of your heart.
AF Nikkor 35mm f/2D
A versatile wideangle, ideal for a broad range of use. Its fast f/2 maximum aperture makes this ideal for low-light, hand-held shooting, making it the perfect lens for the photographer on the go.
- Compact, lightweight wideangle lens.
- Nikon Super Integrated Coating for minimized flare and ghost, providing good color balance Compact, lightweight wideangle lens.
- 62° picture angle (44° with Nikon DX format) for broad range of uses.
- Lens Construction (Elements/Groups): 6/5
- Picture Angle with 35mm (135) format: 62°
- Picture Angle with Nikon DX Format: 44°
- Minimum f/stop: 22
- Closest focusing distance: 0.25m
- Maximum reproduction ratio: 1/4.2
- Filter Attachment Size: 52mm
- Lens Cap: Snap-on
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So why does that transfer into a digital SLR? Well so when you look at models that use the smaller sensors it’s not getting as much light in to start with, also the optical design falls short when it’s towards the middle. When it was made the whole of the element helped render and complete image and the edges helped pull together a decent image. So that being said on a full frame is it okay? Not really, again the optical resolution doesn’t really get it going. The higher resolution cameras demand so much more from optics. (If you keep reading I’ll explain a better buy at the end)
Focus speed is average. It’s a direct coupled lens so it not a silent wave. It will hunt with even newer cameras in low light.
What it is good at is working for older cameras. Anything that needs a aperture ring, or a direct coupled motor.
If you have a newer DSLR anything post 2008 I would recommend the 1.8G version which is cheaper or even consider the 1.4 if you can afford it.
However this becomes a 50mm on a smaller sensor and an average 35mm on a full frame.
Note that D series lenses do not have a built-in autofocus motor, so you may need to check your camera's compatibility. If it's not compatible it will nonetheless fit on the camera and meter correctly but you will have to focus it manually. If you want autofocus on an incompatible camera you will have to buy the G series 35 mm lens which does have a built-in autofocus motor. There is a compatibility checker at the top of the page.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 17 April 2018
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 26 May 2016