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  1. Leonid
    21.12.2019

    I choose an inexpensive option for the landscape, flowers, city attractions for crop with a screwdriver D7100.

    Nikon AF Nikkor 35mm 1: 2D or Nikon AF-S 35mm 1: 1.8G DX Nikkor?

    The reviews are better on the Nikon AF Nikkor 35mm 1: 2D, so far I'm leaning towards it. Judging by the reviews, the Nikon AF-S 35mm 1: 1.8G DX Nikkor is worse with chromaticity. What do you think?

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    • Leonid
      21.12.2019

      For convenience, everything is clear. In terms of picture quality, which lens will be better?

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    • Leonid
      21.12.2019

      Is it worth looking in the direction of 50 mm for my tasks, in particular

      Nikon AF-S Nikkor 50 mm f / 1.8G
      Nikon AF Nikkor 50mm f / 1.4D
      Nikon AF Nikkor 50mm f / 1.8D

      ?

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      • B. R. P.
        21.12.2019

        For landscapes and sights on the crop it will be narrow to you with 35 mm and even more so with 50. And the aperture here is not critical, you will not shoot all this outdoors.

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    • Jury
      21.12.2019

      The 35mm f / 2D has a drawing (close to 50mm f / 1.4D), the 35mm f / 1.8G DX is sharper. The focal length of 50 mm on the crop is less convenient, so you probably should not look in its direction.

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    • Denis
      21.12.2019

      for landscape I would choose only zoom. same sigma 17-50
      I have Nikon 16-85, quality pleases
      there are fixes 85mm, 50mm, there is something to compare

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  2. Leonid N
    26.01.2020

    From reviews to “Nikon AF Nikkor 50mm 1: 1.8D, 'D'-version, MKIII"

    "Perceptible backlash when focusing."

    Personal observations:

    - when the camera turns the screwdriver back and forth, a shift in the image in the viewfinder is noticeable

    - the backlash is noticeable if you grasp the focusing ring with your hand and shake it slightly.

    The question is - does the Nikon AF Nikkor 35mm 1: 2D have these disadvantages?

    “All Nikon 35/2 lenses are made exclusively in Japan. The build quality is very good. "

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    • Peter Sh.
      26.01.2020

      As a general rule, it doesn't matter if something staggers or rumbles. Literally, this is completely unimportant.
      Reviews on the Internet, like inscriptions on the fence. It's up to you whether you bother with other people's troubles or not.
      Any misses AF? What is the problem?

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      • Leonid N
        26.01.2020

        The impression is _personal_, not from the Internet.

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      • Leonid N
        26.01.2020

        If there is backlash, we look further. IMHO at 1.8D the build quality is worse. than the whale 18-55

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    • Arkady Shapoval
      26.01.2020

      Micro-backlash is the norm for such old lenses. Doesn't affect functionality in any way.

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      • Leonid N
        26.01.2020

        Those. Is there any backlash?

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      • Leonid N
        26.01.2020

        Old - because old development, or because used?

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    • Pokemon
      26.01.2020

      The build quality of the 35 / 2D is really good.
      I didn’t see any play in my copy.
      The only thing is that 35 / 2D by today's standards is not quite suitable for something like D800 / D800E / D810 / D850, if sharpness is a priority.
      It focuses quickly and accurately in the dark. On open 2.0, there may be AF errors, but it greatly depends on the AF module on the camera.

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      • Leonid N
        27.01.2020

        Once again, I'm trying to choose an inexpensive lens for the D7100. The first time the choice went to 50 / 1.8D, I did not like the build quality.

        Does the case have 35 / 2D plastic?

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      • Pokemon
        12.02.2020

        Metal + plastic, metal bayonet mount.
        The unpretentious lens well tolerates negative temperatures of -10-15C (somehow I went out with it at -18C), as well as increased humidity.
        It tolerates bright backlight.
        For D7100 it is better to choose something more modern.

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  3. Yuriy
    12.02.2020

    I repeat the advice above: Sigma 17-50. At the very 7100 + Sigma 17-50.

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  4. Hristina
    17.02.2020

    If you choose between this lens and 35 1.8 fx, what do you recommend? Is it worth it to overpay?

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    • B. R. P.
      17.02.2020

      If there are a lot of puffels in the cell, maybe it’s worth it. Generally, from tasks.

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      • Hristina
        17.02.2020

        D610 camera

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      • Julia N.
        06.03.2020

        I, too, like you, pick up a 610-chk to my 35 nikosha. I would like to wind up and try 35mm2.0, but not in stores in stock ... ((I want an angle wider than 50, sometimes I don't even have a half-price in tight conditions. I looked at several options for Avito 35mm1.4 from nikon, but again not in my city ((I think, decide and buy without looking?)) Sharpness can be added to Photoshop if necessary, the main thing for me is the quality of the picture!

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      • Arkady Shapoval
        06.03.2020

        You can take the "folk" Chinese yongnuo 35/2 (with autofocus) costs a penny, especially on the secondary.

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      • Jury
        11.04.2020

        buy cash on delivery, but so that the inventory is, then you can open the parcel and check!
        good luck

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      • Pokemon
        11.04.2020

        There is a more modern 35 / 1.8G under full frame. It's cheaper than 35 / 1.4G and they say it's even a little sharper.
        I would also recommend looking at the focal length of 28mm. In the last year or two years, I began to like it more than 35mm.

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      • Sergei
        14.09.2021

        How can you like the 28mm focal length better? o_O Yes, they are close, but! This is the same for landscapes, and then wide. The corners are pulled out. The perspective breaks terribly ... Pictures from him remind me of Kolobok's skin stretched over a rectangular frame. And 35 mm is divine, immersion in the scene, classic street photography, classic reportage from the times of Lake, cinema - too, and indeed the best focal point for my and not only taste!

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      • Evgeniy
        21.07.2020

        there was a tamron 35 1.8, bought for 20000 rubles in china, very worthy + plus stab

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  5. Elena
    09.02.2021

    Hello Arkady! please tell me which lens is suitable for wedding and reportage photography. I have Nikon d800. I want one good one, for all occasions))) thanks

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    • Arkady Shapoval
      09.02.2021

      Nikon 24-70 / 2.8E VR

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      • Elena
        09.02.2021

        I can't find it in your review ... I want to read it. Drop the link if you can. Thank you

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      • Arkady Shapoval
        10.02.2021

        I do not have reviews for all lenses

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      • Chebe
        19.03.2021

        And how is this old 35 2D in comparison with its peer, 35-70 2.8D zoom. (Weight and size are understandable).

        Something tells me that in the presence of 35-70 and the willingness to carry it, it no longer makes sense to take 35k 2.

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      • 1Ds_mk3
        19.03.2021

        Chebe,
        in 35 / 2D, as in the Canon EF 35mm f / 2 IS USM, there really is not much point in the presence of a zoom with aperture of 2.8.
        But if you shoot in the evening or at night, then the fix will help, because it is small and light (Canon even has a stub).
        If we talk about Nikon 35 / 2D, then optically it is not a fountain - nuts in the bokeh, 2.0 is so ... especially on 24MP ff matrices (I don’t know what is there on d800, but there is an idea).
        Nikon has a more modern motorized AF-S NIKKOR 35mm f / 1.8G ED
        https://www.nikon.ru/ru_RU/product/nikkor-lenses/auto-focus-lenses/fx/single-focal-length/af-s-nikkor-35mm-f-1-8g-ed
        It is sharp (sharper than 35 / 1.4), but strongly chromate.

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  6. Alexander Petrovich
    29.03.2021

    Since there is no hood for this lens (no grooves), how do you get out of the position? Or is she not needed in principle for him?

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    • Victor
      29.03.2021

      In principle, under certain conditions, a hood is certainly needed.

      52mm threaded hoods can be used.

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  7. Dmitriy
    11.05.2021

    Good afternoon.
    Tell me, who has experience in using, which is better to take: this nikkor 35 f \ 2 or, say, mir-24n.
    The presence of autofocus is not important because I shoot with a film nikon f3.
    I would like to try an angle wider than 50mm, but not to overpay right away.
    Thank you.

    ps: or, you can recommend fix 35k from other manufacturers. Thanks again!

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