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Enjoy high-speed shooting with your compatible Nikon digital camera using this Sigma 340306 35mm f/1.4 DG standard lens that features HSM (hyper-sonic motor) technology for fast autofocusing. SLD and FLD (fluorite) glass elements ensure sharp images.
Compatible with select Nikon digital cameras
For use with your existing device. Does not feature an aperture ring, so some functions may not work on certain models.
HSM (hyper-sonic motor) technology
Ensures quiet, high-speed, accurate autofocusing (requires a camera body that supports HSM).
Floating internal focusing system
Offers high-quality optical performance when shooting subjects from a close distance.
Works with Sigma USB dock and Optimization Pro software (not included)
So you can adjust and fine tune the focusing parameters.
11.8" minimum focus distance
Helps you achieve rich detail.
35mm focal length
Enables versatile shooting. Ideal for travel, wedding, event, portrait and specialty photography.
63.4° angle of view
Allows you to capture a wide area.
1:5.2 maximum magnification
Helps you bring your subjects into clear focus.
f/16 minimum aperture and f/1.4 maximum aperture
For optimal light gathering, resulting in detailed photos.
13 elements in 11 groups with 9 diaphragm blades
Also features SLD and FLD (fluorite) glass elements to help correct axial and chromatic aberration.
Sigma 35mm f/1.4 DG HSM Standard Lens for Select Nikon Digital Cameras
A:AnswerYes it will work but just be aware it is meant for full frame so you'll be getting closer to a 50mm field of view on your D5300 (which is DX/crop sensor) compared to a 35mm field of view that a full frame camera would get. To be honest, a 35mm on DX is a super versatile field of view.
A:AnswerYes, it should work. However, note that it will crop the sensor as the Sigma Lens is a FX lens and the D3500 is a DX body. So instead of getting a 35mm crop, the image will look more like a 50mm field of view (52.5mm to be exact).
A:AnswerYes, the Sigma 35mm f/1.4 is designed to work on both APS-C / DX and full-frame / FX sensors. I’ve been using it for sometime on both my D750 and D7500, the images are amazing! The price deference between this and the Nikon version was the main reason I went with Sigma. The image quality is practically the same as the Nikon ( In my opinion i think the 35mm sigma does a better job with its focusing ).
Hope that helps!