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I recently purchased the Nikon D3100, with the 18-55mm Kit lens. A few days later, I also purchased the 55-300mm lens, as it was recommended by many as a "good, first, second lens." I am relatively new to DSLR photography, but I have the basics down, and I'm shooting great images. I am now looking for a third lens, fo… see more I recently purchased the Nikon D3100, with the 18-55mm Kit lens. A few days later, I also purchased the 55-300mm lens, as it was recommended by many as a "good, first, second lens." I am relatively new to DSLR photography, but I have the basics down, and I'm shooting great images. I am now looking for a third lens, for more versatility. I am struggling to decide between the new Nikon 50mm f/1.8G and the Nikon 35mm f/1.8G. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. see less I recently purchased the Nikon D3100, with the 18-55mm Kit lens. A few days later, I also purchased the 55-300mm lens, as it was recommended by many as a "good, first, second lens." I am relatively new to DSLR photography, but I have the basics down, and I'm shooting great images. I am now looking for a third lens, for more versatility. I am struggling to decide between the new Nikon 50mm f/1.8G and the Nikon 35mm f/1.8G. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

asked on June 20, 2011

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