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Lens review

Nikon Nikkor AF 35 mm f/2D

1 June 2009
Arkadiusz Olech

10. Autofocus



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Nikkor 2.0/35, for contemporary standards is an elderly construction, it lacks a SWM motor for instance. Small wonder we hear a clear buzz while focusing. In fact this is the only drawback here, because the autofocus work was quick on both the D200 and the D3. Its accuracy was also good – on the D200 it had a 2% margin of error, on the D3 it didn’t miss one single time. Both bodies didn’t show any frontfocus or backfocus tendencies.