Reviews and Problems with Nikon 50mm f/1.8D AF Nikkor
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The lens itself is very nice. Great build
Y Family, Amazon
21 July 2015
Summary: The lens itself is very nice. Great build. It is a bit difficult to use with my D7200 camera as sometimes it would focus well but I change angles slightly and then it would not focus at all. This is not a lens I would use for everyday use.
Excerpt: I bought this as my first lens to use on my nikon d750, first when I unboxed I noticed that it is very hard to attach to the body. It is soft from 1.8 - 2.5. I mainly use it at f/3.2 and it delivers good enough images. It has nice bokeh. And most of the time is good in low light.
Pros: Nice Bokeh, Non Accurate Auto Focus, Sharp
Cons: Badly Built, Difficult to Clean, Lens Creep, Poor in Low Light, Slow Focus, Tough To Attach
Excerpt: It's a good lens: small, light, compact. And cheap! I'm using it on a fuji with an adapter and it fits the camera nicely, creating a nice 75mm equivalent. I'm happy with it. If it was sharper I'd love it.
Excerpt: I love this lens! But if you are a newbie , like myself the 50 mm 1.8f may be better for you because it has the manual option. Again quality is great, but I need to learn to shoot better with it!
Excerpt: The 50mm 1.8D lens from Nikon is a pretty sharp lens. The price is obviously VERY nice. It was the first Nikon lens I ever bought when I switched to Nikon several years ago. I thought it was a pretty nice lens, but since then, I have purchased the 105mm 2.8G VR Micro-Nikkor, and the 70-200mm 2.8G...
Pros: Lightweight, Sharp
Cons: Badly Made, Chromatic aberation, Difficult to Clean, Loud focusing, Slow Focus, Tough To Attach, Unattractive Bokeh, Weak Casing
Excerpt: Just rec'd this lens after CAREFULLY reading entire description and I have a Nikon D3200 --- I checked other sites and see that auto focus is NOT supported and this was not noted in the description : ***About the Nikon 50mm F/1.8This compact and fast, f/1.8 lens is versatile and perfect for travel...