Reviews and Problems with Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G
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But otherwise I really like how clear the images turn out
26 December 2014
Summary: I bought this for my Nikon 7000. The items came very quickly! It seems that the lens' autofocus feature doesn't always do what it's supposed to do. But otherwise I really like how clear the images turn out. I have to play with it around some more.
Summary: excellent lens for the price. though the extra lens hood is redundant, its nice to have an extra(one comes with the original lens). quality of pics is excellent, however, the best use is on manual focus as the lens seems to run slightly off focus in low lighting shots (or it just might be the way...
Excerpt: I wanted a small, light lens for my Nikon D610 for general purpose, walk around, especially people shots. Too, nearly all my other lenses are zooms and I wanted a prime. Although I have done no in-depth analysis of photos through this lens, nor detailed comparisons to others--and don't intend to--I...
Excerpt: Prime is definitely the way to go for lenses, you get more control over DOF and better image quality from them. This lens does just that, the autofocus is quiet and fairly quick. It does stall or miss its mark on occasion but that's just more motivation to shoot on manual focus.
Excerpt: Nifty fifty lives. This is a reasonable prime for general use. It's reasonably sharp at 1.8, and sharpens up considerably from 2.8 on. If you've only used zooms, this is the one to try if you want to understand why some folks extol prime lenses. It's light, relatively small and easy to carry.
Summary: I use this lens on my D7100. Since the D7100 has a DX format, this lens is equivalent to 70 mm. It provides sharp images and blurred backgrounds with the aperture wide open. I can fit several people into the field of view from about 15 feet away. I love it.