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Nikon Lens Sale: 40mm f/2.8G $247, 50mm f/1.8G $177, 35mm f/1.8G EXPIRED

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Promoted 07-26-2016 by qwikwit at 10:42 AM View Original Post
Update: This deal is only available until 7/30.

Adorama has select Nikon Lenses on sale listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

All lenses include:
  • A filter (or filter kit) & Corel Digital Organization Creativity Software Kit (Elite Edition). Most lenses include other small accessories as well.
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Edited July 2, 2016 at 09:44 PM by widgit
All lenses include:
  • A filter (or filter kit) & Corel Digital OrganizationCreativity Software Kit - Elite Edition. Most lenses include other smallaccessories as well.
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The 35 & 50mm's are the best Nikon lenses for the money Imho...

I have lenses I spent over $1k on for my D7100 and I'm always falling back to either the 50mm or 35mm. Really the only time I'm not using one of these is when I need to go really wide and pull out my Tokina 11-16mm.
When factoring which one I will use I generally decide by where I will be shooting... some of my rooms at home are too small that the 50mm's range is just too much where even if I'm backed against a wall I can't fit everything I want in to the picture.

Other than that I do not notice a difference. Some people feel owning both is redundant but I use both a lot. The 50mm allows me to take photos without getting in the persons face as much... like when I want to take shots of my kids without them noticing so I can capture them "without them posing"... as soon as they notice me trying to photograph them they put on these wide toothy smiles which is completely unnatural lol laugh out loud
Just a note 35mm is DX lens and 50mm is FX lens..

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The 35 & 50mm's are the best Nikon lenses for the money Imho...

I have lenses I spent over $1k on for my D7100 and I'm always falling back to either the 50mm or 35mm. Really the only time I'm not using one of these is when I need to go really wide and pull out my Tokina 11-16mm.
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Quote from gabe23111 View Post :
The 35 & 50mm's are the best Nikon lenses for the money Imho...

I have lenses I spent over $1k on for my D7100 and I'm always falling back to either the 50mm or 35mm. Really the only time I'm not using one of these is when I need to go really wide and pull out my Tokina 11-16mm.
How would you compare your 50 to your 35? I have the 35 now.
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Quote from R0DE0 View Post :
How would you compare your 50 to your 35? I have the 35 now.
When factoring which one I will use I generally decide by where I will be shooting... some of my rooms at home are too small that the 50mm's range is just too much where even if I'm backed against a wall I can't fit everything I want in to the picture.

Other than that I do not notice a difference. Some people feel owning both is redundant but I use both a lot. The 50mm allows me to take photos without getting in the persons face as much... like when I want to take shots of my kids without them noticing so I can capture them "without them posing"... as soon as they notice me trying to photograph them they put on these wide toothy smiles which is completely unnatural lol laugh out loud
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Quote from R0DE0 View Post :
How would you compare your 50 to your 35? I have the 35 now.
I pretty much end up using 35 for indoor or avg shooting. If you are doing outdoor portrait, then 50 is helpful. Depends on what you are going to shoot. 50 is too close on crop censors for indoor usage.
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Quote from R0DE0 View Post :
How would you compare your 50 to your 35? I have the 35 now.
Just a note 35mm is DX lens and 50mm is FX lens..
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It is asking $13.35 for shipping ...
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It is asking $13.35 for shipping ...
My bad. Had selected the option that the address is POB
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Quote from gabe23111 View Post :
The 35 & 50mm's are the best Nikon lenses for the money Imho...

I have lenses I spent over $1k on for my D7100 and I'm always falling back to either the 50mm or 35mm. Really the only time I'm not using one of these is when I need to go really wide and pull out my Tokina 11-16mm.
Keep your "Tokina" to yourself. [joke] LOL. No you're right. Best wishes.

Get the 50 if you shoot mostly people.
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How's the deal for 35mm compare to this?
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Nikon-A.../118974462

The walmart bundle is at the same price, and has an additional lens hood. I don't care about the software in Adorama bundle.
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bought the 35mm kit for my D5200. paid $1 extra for expedited shipping for a total of $168, TU!
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Looks like Amazon has 35mm lens for the same price
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I have the 35mm with a d7200...its a great budget lens but its somewhar useless indoors (not sharp)....maybe Im a noob

I think I paid $120 from adorama few months ago

I'll take the 50mm FX lens over the 35mm DX
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I have the 35mm with a d7200...its a great budget lens but its somewhar useless indoors (not sharp)....maybe Im a noob

I think I paid $120 from adorama few months ago

I'll take the 50mm FX lens over the 35mm DX
The 35mm DX is generally regarded as one of the sharpest lenses around, especially for the price. It's tack sharp on my D7100. Maybe you got a poor copy or your shutter speed is too low.
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