Reviews and Problems with Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G
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Excellent prime lens from Nikon
7 November 2013
Summary: Wanted a 50mm prime for my D300 and this little lens is a positive gem. Image quality, especially with the lens stopped down, is first class and autofocus is fast and accurate. The widest aperture also allows you to throw the background out of focus and the bokeh is not at all unattractive. Build quality is also decent. Using a fixed focal length lens instead of a zoom encourages you to think more about the pictures you're taking.
Summary: I recently bought this on recommendation of a few reviews made. All I can say is that it lives up to its reputation, Sharp, ease of use even for beginners to photography. Would I recommend the Lens? Yes, every photography bag need this in its arsenal!
Summary: I purchased this lens to go with my new D800 because I wanted a lighter lens than my 24-70mm lens which is bulky and heavy to carry around. I have tested the lens against my 24-70mm setting my old lens at 50mm focal length and I cannot see any difference except there was a tiny bit of blowout on the 50mm lens which when adjusted from the raw image in the raw converter gave no noticeable difference to the 24-70mm lens. I now take my camera everywhere I go.
Summary: I have only just started my path in photography, and did not know one end to the other. After reading reviews, and finally purchasing this lens, the results were truly amazing. I have used this now on many shoots, and I am always amazed at the results. Its like going from VHS to Blu Ray.... WoW!..... if you only get one prime lens, get this one.....
Summary: This was recommended to me by a professional photographer as a good lens to use for wedding pics etc & boy was he right...simple to use & does exactly what it says on the tin, I have only had my camera 2 weeks and the pics I have taken with this were of great quality.