Is Nikon 85mm 1.8g full frame?

Is Nikon 85mm 1.8g full frame?

On the crop sensor the 85mm lens is actually around 130mm and the 50mm lens around 75mm. The 85mm lens renders professional quality portraits with the D3300 camera body. Great for photo enthusiasts like me….NIKON AF-S Nikkor 85 mm f/1.8G Lens (Black, 15-30 mm)

Maximum Focal Length 85 mm
Maximum Reproduction Ratio 0.124x

Is 85 mm lens good?

An 85mm lens is excellent for portrait work. By isolating the subject and minimizing distortion, this lens can produce captivating, flattering portraits, headshots, and full-body images. Ask “What is 85mm lens good for?” and you’re likely to get the default response “portrait work.”

Is Nikon 85mm 1.8 weather sealed?

The short answer is “No”, these lenses are not weather sealed. While I have been using my Nikon 85mm f/1.8G lens in hot/cold/dry/wet weather conditions and have not had any issues, Nikon lenses without gold rings are not designed to withstand tough weather as professional lenses.

Is 85mm good for macro photography?

85mm Focal Length & Minimum Focusing Distance The major drawback of this lens is that its minimum focusing distance is rather large for food photography. With a minimum focusing distance of around 2.8 ft or 85cm, you can’t get up close to your subjects. That’s where you will start to use a macro lens.

How good is the canon 85/1 8G?

The 85/1.8G has significant LoCA and flares. It is roughly what you’d expect for the price of the lens. Good but not great. Today there are a lot of people who want the highest quality images and exact focus on the eye.

How does The Tamron 85/8vc compare to the Nikkor 85?

I have tested the Tamron 85/1.8VC against the Nikkor 85/1.8G and apart from weight, the Tamron does outperform the Nikkor. I kept the Tammy and sold off the Nikkor.

Is the Nikon Z 85s worth it?

I have not used the Z 85 S yet but if it is anything like the 50 S, the focus on the eye is much more precise than on the 85/1.8G. While the latter is a good lens, not every shot will be exactly correctly focused and this means the best moment may be lost to a slightly out of focus capture. And this can be seen even in a relatively small print.

Is the Tamron 85/1 8G worth it?

I personally feel the Tamron is better enough (particularly when tested properly – which I don’t think the OP did) to render the 85/1.8G a non-recommendation. The Tamron 85 is a lens that can last you through some body upgrades at higher megapixels; the 85/1.8G is not, and I’m a big believer in making cost-efficient purchases.