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Taron Lenses, meeting expectations , every time.....

Advantages: Initial Cost is far less then the original Canon and Nikon lenses
Disadvantages: The only negative point I see is the requirement of UV protection film on the lens for protection.

I have been using Tamron lens and have particularly a very good experience, the prices too are very commutative and obviously the picture quality is on par with the original , the price difference between the genuine Canon and Nikkon lenses to Tamron len ...

samiwaju 27.06.2012 ˇ Read full review
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Review of Tamron SP AF10-24mm F/3.5-4.5 Di II

This Is a Prime Lens For Filmmaking

Advantages: Aperture, F-stop, Depth of Field, Price
Disadvantages: Stabalization, No Zoom

A Prime Lens For The DSLR Filmmaker: The Overview The Nikkor 35mm Prime lens is a must have for any filmmaker looking to add some great low light or large depth of field shots to their arsenal. As you could probably already tell I will be writing t ...

alexanderson234 30.03.2014 ˇ Read full review
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Review of Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G

The standard lens on any Nikon cropped camera (DX)

Advantages: Light, fast focus, very good image quality, scrumtious bokeh; cheap to buy
Disadvantages: none

Hi folks, thanks for stopping by and reading my review about the Nikkor 35mm F1.8 DX G lens. This is more a short description than a full blown review with MTF charts etc. The lens itself is small, light and the build quality is superb. it features a 52 ...

Crisdean81 16.07.2011 ˇ Read full review
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Review of Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G

Affordable fast lens

Advantages: Affordable, Fast, ideal in low light, lens hood included, very good build quality, feels good
Disadvantages: No distance meter, poor packaging, dust gets inside easily

In my opinion this is a great prime lens and is ideal for Portraits and Night/Astrophotography, its a fast lens too at F1.8, so ideal for low light situations, its very similar to the lens found on the Fuji X100 but at least with this setup you can change ...

DartmoorSpirit 04.07.2012 ˇ Read full review
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Review of Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G

A Prime Example

Advantages: Low light performance, sharpness, colour saturation and contrast
Disadvantages: Plasticy construction and poor feel of manual focus ring

Overview ------------- The Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 sits in between the cheap-o f/1.8 mkII version and the ridiculously expensive f/1.2 L-series version. There was a crazy f/1.0L lens at one time but this seems to have been discontinued (presumably as nobod ...

buyer991 01.05.2008 ˇ Read full review
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Review of Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM