Nikon 35mm f1.8 lens!


babetrice

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Interested in getting it but first can anyone advised me on the market price of the lens and where can i get it with a good price?
 

bruggink

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Interested in getting it but first can anyone advised me on the market price of the lens and where can i get it with a good price?
You can roughly check out the price here and call the shops yourself.
 

Mongster

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Well I called TK and over the phone quoted me $350. But I got it yesterday at $330 cash at another shop.
 

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This is a very good lens. I using for my current trip at Hong Kong for the past 3 days. It's very good for portrait, night landscape even beautiful flowers ( Kowloon Park). The night landscape at the 尖沙咀 is superb. Very clear. It also bring out the beautiful images of flowers.

Lenses only help to achieve certain requirement. It's still depend on the photographer experiences and skill at scenes.

Read up more on white balance, etc
 

babetrice

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Thanks for the advice! I totally agree! :)
 

Stephzz87

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I got it for 328 at Alan like 2 weeks ago
 

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on a DX body ... which one is more recommended?
1) 35mm f1.8
2) 50mm f1.4G ?

I understand that it all boils down to what you are shooting ... but what if i doesn't want to own too many prime, just one will do ... which one will you guys recommend?

Nevertheless ... i found a good article for comparison.

http://mansurovs.com/nikon-35mm-f1-8g-vs-50mm-f1-4g
 

daredevil123

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on a DX body ... which one is more recommended?
1) 35mm f1.8
2) 50mm f1.4G ?

I understand that it all boils down to what you are shooting ... but what if i doesn't want to own too many prime, just one will do ... which one will you guys recommend?

Nevertheless ... i found a good article for comparison.

http://mansurovs.com/nikon-35mm-f1-8g-vs-50mm-f1-4g
Have you considered the 50mm F1.4D instead?
 

Jul 11, 2010
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You can try DD electronics, I bought mine last month for $300 (lens+hoya filter).
 

damienism

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i bought 1. the bokeh looks good enough for a noob like me.

a challenge as well coz hardly shoot hand-held without VR haha good time to improve my skills for this and as well as my tammy 90mm macro :bsmilie:
 

robinchee

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My friend just bought his at Alan Photo today .. seems that its an export set. For those who managed to get their are they export set or warranty by Nikon Singapore?
 

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