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Yongnuo 35 f2 for less then $100

 
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Sep 13, 2015 16:14 |  #1

Has this been posted? Is it a good deal?

http://www.amazon.com …b_NUL_1_2_14334​575167385c (external link)


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Sep 13, 2015 16:19 |  #2

Heya,

Yea, it's been followed. The prices are getting steady and it's been dipping below $100 lately. The 50mm finally stabilized too, under $50 now. Soon the 35mm will likely hit the $75 range and stabilize there finally I think. Really fantastic lenses for the cost. It makes the cost of getting into some interesting primes on a dime a reality of even the most modest of budgets.

Now if only they'd do a 300 F2.8 or 400 F2.8...

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Oct 28, 2015 20:18 |  #3

I would also be happy with the 135 f/2 if they make one for a lower price! ;-)a


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Oct 28, 2015 20:36 |  #4

I have the sample thread for that lens on here. The autofocus is great, lens really shines at F4 but even at F2 it's totally usable.


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