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asked by D. B. on June 19, 2011
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Corey A. answered on June 23, 2011
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Your question is odd, as you say you are looking at prime lenses for versaility, yet prime lenses are the exact OPPOSITE of versatile.
Playing along, however, the 35mm is more of an 'indoor' lens since its shorter focal length will be more 'wide angle'. Although it is debatable on a DX crop sensor how 'wide' 35 mm really is (not much).
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