Reviews and Problems with Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G
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Excellent prime lens
Fotomanfoto, B&H Photo
28 May 2015
Excerpt: The issue with using a prime lens is always that it might not meet the need for every situation, but this 50mm seems to cover most. And with a f/1.8 maximum aperture, provide great pictures with great clarity and great bokeh.
Excerpt: This lens has mega capability from portraits to weddings to landscapes to low light situations, etc. It not only provides great flexibility of purpose, but it also is great in low light situations.
Pros: Easy To Use, Lightweight, Multi-purpose, Reliable
Excerpt: I am 59 years old, and I've always had a passion for photography. I started out with a 18-200mm lens which in my opinion took good pictures, but as time moved on I felt the need for a portrait lens.
Excerpt: It's a very reliable prime lens, I use a D7100 so it acts like a 75mm. It's a great portrait lens, and still a short enough focal length usable for a street photo lens on a crop sensitive DSLR. It's very lightweight. It shoots very well wide open.