Reviews and Problems with Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G
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New Prime Lens- Never Letting It Go
AdLunam, B&H Photo
3 August 2014
Excerpt: I recently purchased this lens after much debate and discussion with fellow photographers. It was likely one of the best choices I could have made. This lens is great to use for shooting a variety of subjects, from portrait to more macro subjects like flowers and insects.
Excerpt: This lens is just great for portraits and low light shots. With this I don't have to increase the ISO setting of my camera above 400 or 800 anymore. I'm not a pro photographer, but the bokeh is pretty good.
Excerpt: As soon as I ordered it, got my confirmation and in two days I got it, fast shipping and safety! Box was wrapped good and no signs on the lens box. Product clean, as it appears online, with all accessories included! Thank you BHPHOTOVIDEO for making my shopping easy and fast!
Summary: Significantly sharper than the Nikon 50mm 1.4 AF-D. I originally got the ƒ1.4 as I wanted the shallow depth of field, but it wasn't very sharp at all at ƒ1.4 – you had to stop down to ƒ2.8 for a great image.
The nikon prime lenses are great. Crisp images and awesome depth of field
26 July 2014
Summary: The nikon prime lenses are great. Crisp images and awesome depth of field. 50mm and the 35mm are must haves. No idea why this is currently priced at $9999.00 on amazon though. Someone messed the prices up and needs to fix it. This lens should only be around $215