I received it yesterday, a 35mm lens.
I ran a quick test on it when I got home, shooting in very low light in the house.
Here is my test subject wrapped in camouflage. I couldn't get a good shot in anything other than an f stop of 1.8 but the hairs on his nose came out crystal clear and I was rather close to him.
Morris really wasn't too excited about having a camera lens shoved in his face. But he allowed me to wrap him up in the sheet for the photo.
So this morning I decided to take the lens for a test run on my Nikon D3200.
I was not disappointed.
However since I didn't check the status of the camera's battery before I left, I had to pick and choose my shots very carefully.
Reminder to self. Check your battery! I thought two bars was good enough but very quickly it became one bar.
Here is a shot that is cropped shot at f4, 320, ISO 100. The colors came out wonderfully accurate and very little noise for shooting predawn.
With a slight edit, I was able to pull out some more detail.
So I did a few more shots. These are cropped a bit specifically to take out a bit of the foreground.
I did purchase the lens for both portraits and landscapes.
[The horizon is not crooked this is a hilly area!]
I have a harder time deciding which lens to put on the camera for taking a hike.
Thank goodness for my new little sling backpack, I can pack two lenses along with the camera and change them easily.
The colors are beginning to look bright in the trees so I guess you can figure out what I am going to try and do today.
Yep, laundry, house cleaning, and ... a field trip to look for cool fall things.