Reviews Please!


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I need reviews on Tamron, Tokina, Sigma & Nikon lenses on Nikon D90.

I wanna get a 35mm lenses.

Appreciate much!

Ida :)
 

spree86

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idaphrodite said:
I need reviews on Tamron, Tokina, Sigma & Nikon lenses on Nikon D90.

I wanna get a 35mm lenses.

Appreciate much!

Ida :)
I don't usually ask people to do this but maybe you can google for a review? There are so many reviews of the different lenses, both from hobbyists and review websites. If still unsure after reading the reviews, you can rent a few lens which you have shortlisted and try them out before deciding which to buy.
 

Rashkae

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I need reviews on Tamron, Tokina, Sigma & Nikon lenses on Nikon D90.

I wanna get a 35mm lenses.

Appreciate much!

Ida :)
Ida, all you needed to do was google "Tamron lens review" etc. A good site is here:

Welcome to Photozone!

Asking people here for their own reviews is next to useless as people will only own one of the lenses and so cannot do an objective comparison, etc.
 

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idaphrodite said:
I need reviews on Tamron, Tokina, Sigma & Nikon lenses on Nikon D90.

I wanna get a 35mm lenses.

Appreciate much!

Ida :)
Go to the shop, then can view and review as many times as you like.

Search the web!
 

Feb 20, 2012
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Ok end here, not helping.. Ofcourse i can google, i just need feedbacks which is better.. -____-
 

Rashkae

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Ok end here, not helping.. Ofcourse i can google, i just need feedbacks which is better.. -____-
Like I said, asking for feedback here is technically useless as most people will only own one of the lenses and cannot compare, or do not have the skillset/equipment/technical know-how to accurately compare. So if for every lens you get a "Good lens! Must buy!" you will not get any farther.

That is why using search engines to find websites that correctly and professionally test and compare lenses in controlled circumstances is the best and smartest thing to do. Not asking on a forum where you will just get a dozen different opinions from people.
 

daredevil123

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Ok end here, not helping.. Ofcourse i can google, i just need feedbacks which is better.. -____-
No one can help you...

Because Tamron, Tokina, Sigma do not offer a 35mm lens.

Only Nikon offers 35mm... and there are 3 versions 35/1.8G, 35/2 and 35/1.4.

35/1.4 is the best. You must that that one...
 

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nedy77

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IMHO the Sigma's 30mm f1.4 is pretty good, you can consider it
 

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You got money? 35mm 1.4G

No money? 35mm setting on your 18-55mm 3.5-5.6 kit lens.

Some money? 35mm 2.0 AFD.
 

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Nikon 35mm f1.4 and Sigma 30mm f1.4 are top notch glasses and you can't go wrong with either one. If you want cheaper alternatives, either Nikon AF-S 35mm f1.8 or AF-D 35mm f2.
 

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bruggink said:
Nikon 35mm f1.4 and Sigma 30mm f1.4 are top notch glasses and you can't go wrong with either one.
they are also worlds apart once you consider the price.
 

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