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Nikon 35mm 1.8G Prime Lens.- Sold!
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Mar 9, 2019 20:14:38   #
d3200prime
 
Here is a very affordable Nikon prime lens that will not disappoint. It's tack sharp for portraits and makes a great street lens. The autofocus is quick and with the f/1.8 aperture low light shots are not a problem. On a cropped (DX) camera this lens is about the equivalent of a 50mm on a full frame (FX) camera. The glass is perfect and the blades are snappy and free of oil. This is one of Nikon's best selling prime lens with a price every photographer can afford. If you are not familiar with this lens you are in for a real treat. It comes in the original Nikon box with front and rear caps, and the hood. The price is $135 + shipping. PM me if interested. Thanks for stopping by.


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Mar 9, 2019 21:19:58   #
ecobin
 
It's a DX lens which will result in significant vignetting on a full frame (FX) camera. It's really not mean't to be used on an FX camera.

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Mar 10, 2019 07:09:24   #
DaveO (a regular here)
 
dba

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Mar 10, 2019 10:10:23   #
lamontcranston
 
DaveO wrote:
dba


Could you translate that for the unwashed? What does "dba" mean?

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Mar 10, 2019 11:23:25   #
Rab-Eye (a regular here)
 
lamontcranston wrote:
Could you translate that for the unwashed? What does "dba" mean?


Doing business as...?

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Mar 10, 2019 11:25:17   #
DaveO (a regular here)
 
Rab-Eye wrote:
Doing business as...?


The OP uses the forum as a selling platform and some find it amusing.

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Mar 10, 2019 13:16:56   #
aflundi
 
ecobin wrote:
It's a DX lens which will result in significant vignetting on a full frame (FX) camera. It's really not mean't to be used on an FX camera.


I don't think the OP was pushing it as an FX lens, however, have you tried it on an FX body? Check this link to see what a photographer who had sold all his Nikon gear except a 35/1.8G DX did with it on a D850 at a wedding.

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