Nikon 35mm f/2D AF

Product Features
Compact, lightweight wide-angle lens for general photography
62-degree (44-degree with Nikon DX format) picture angle for candids, portraits, and travel photographs
Nikon Super Integrated Coating for minimized flare and ghost, providing good color balance
Fast f2 maximum aperture make this ideal for low-light, hand-held shooting
0.85-foot close focusing distance
Technical Details
Model number: 1923
Lens construction: 6 elements in 5 groups
Picture angle: 62 degrees (35mm format), 44 degrees (Nikon DX format)
Number of diaphragm blades: 7
Maximum aperture: f2.8
Minimum aperture: f22
Closest focusing distance: 0.85 feet
Maximum reproduction ratio: 1:4.2
Attachment and filter size: 52 millimeters
Nikon lens hood: HN-3
Case: CL-30S
Macro focusing: No
Focus-limit switch: No
M/A mode: No
Focus lock button: No
Lens cap: Snap-on
Tripod collar: No
External front filter attachment frame: Does not rotate
Slip-on filter: No
Built-in/rear filter: No
Circular polarizing filter: Usable
Circular polarizing filter II: Usable (also with the dedicated Lens Hood HN-3)
Aperture ring: Yes
Distance scale: Yes
Material of bayonet ring: Metal
Diameter: 2.5 inches
Length: 1.7 inches
Weight: 7.2 ounces
Warranty: 5 years
What’s in the box: Lens, 52mm snap-on front lens cap, rear lens cap LF-1

Most Recent Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5 stars Just what I was looking for
Exactly what I was looking for. Fast, good in low light settings. With the Wide Angle, I find that I am not adjusting my position as much as I am with the 50mm I own.
Published 4 months ago by CW

5.0 out of 5 stars Great Prime
The 35mm f/2 is one of only 2 prime lenses that I own. It works on my DX camera, and still supports the occasional use for film.
Published 4 months ago by T. Newman

5.0 out of 5 stars From […]
This lens is very compact and lightweight. 35mm is a good range to have, and it fits in any of my vest pockets.
Published 12 months ago by Puma-Concolor

4.0 out of 5 stars Nikon AF 35mm F2D – a great lens
My lens collection consisted of the AF 50mm f1.4, AF 85mm f1.8, AF 80-200 f2.8, 60mm f2.8 Micro SWM and the 18-55mm SWM kit lens which came along with my Nikon D40X.
Published 13 months ago by FredBare

5.0 out of 5 stars Two of Two (Normal Lenses)
If you use an FX camera — I have a Nikon D700 — this is one of the two “everyday walk around” lenses you want to keep on your camera if you see something and want to grab an…
Published 15 months ago by G. J. Huba

5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome value
Really enjoying this lens on my D80. As other reviews have pointed out, very short minimum focusing distance (~10 inches), solid (plastic) build, sharp at f/2 and even sharper…
Published 18 months ago by Sandip Chatterjee

4.0 out of 5 stars Good overall lens, but at f/2 it’s noticeably soft
This is a great lens if you need the speed. However, up until around f/4 it is soft, meaning it is not as sharp as other lenses. At f/2 it is very noticeable.
Published 22 months ago by William

1.0 out of 5 stars Nikon refuses to repair their defects for free
This lens has been around for a long time, and mine has superb optics. Unfortunately, I can’t recommend it because mine eventually succumbed to the well-documented…
Published 23 months ago by Jake G.

5.0 out of 5 stars Very Good Lens
I spent 30 years as a pro shooter, using Nikons. Since I retired, I only use my cameras to photograph my child.
Published on March 24, 2009 by Jonathan Perry

5.0 out of 5 stars Nice Solid Lens
This lens is a nice addition to my set especially using a D80 that is a cropped sensor. This gives the equivalent focal length of using a 50mm on a non-cropped camera.

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