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Nikon Nikkor AF-S 35 mm f/1.4G

10 February 2011
Arkadiusz Olech

6. Distortion

The results in this category, reached by full frame 35 mm class lenses which we have tested so far, are listed in the chart below. These are values we got on an APS-C/DX sensor and on full frame as well.


Nikkor
AF-S 1.4/35
Canon
1.4/35L
Sony
1.4/35G
Nikkor
2/35
APS-C/DX
−0.96%
−0.87%
−0.80%
−0.76%
FF
−1.90%
–1.60%
−1.47%
−1.49%


The results of all the lenses in this category are very similar. What’s interesting, the most expensive Nikkor fares the worst here. Fortunately, taking into account the fact that we deal here with a quite wide angle of view, the distortion won’t be especially bothersome and shouldn’t disturb us significantly in real life photos.


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