A couple of weeks ago I wandered into a 'tech exchange' shop. The sort of place that's plastered wall-to-wall with used mobile phones. Anyway, sitting in a display cabinet was an unloved-looking 35mm f/1.8 DX AF-S lens with no price ticket. Long story short, I walked out with it after paying a relatively meagre amount for it. I'm knocked out by the image quality it delivers. Less impressed by its focussing ability though. Strangely, it seems to have problems locking onto a reasonably high contrast subject in Live-View in low light. Despite the fact that I can easily focus it manually a darned sight better in the same conditions. Viewfinder focus is as good as any other lens I possess. It's just Live-View it seems to have a problem with. Anyone else notice a Live-View issue with this lens? I'm not thinking of returning it. Just curious why it appears to be reluctant to focus in LV mode. The image hunts around good focus and then settles 'a mile out'. AF fine tune does nothing to affect LV it appears. Oh, yes, BTW. Camera is a D7200 that usually delivers good focus, The lens glassware looks in V.G. condition; just one miniscule coating scuff off-centre of the front element. Mechanically a bit untidy, but no sign or feel of any real damage.