Reviews and Problems with Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G
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14 June 2015
Summary: I took it for a portrait session and when the light was dimming I got great results with this lens. Also took some pictures of my wife's garden at night with only some solar lights, and they came great!
Excerpt: I use this for taking portrait shots of relatives and my family. This lens is definitely one of the sharpest lenses in my kit. For it's price, I think it's fast enough at F 1.8. If I have to complain, it would be it's plastic body, which keeps it light, but seems brittle.
Pros: Durable, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Reliable, Sharp
cleaners and assorted trinkets that were pretty much as billed
10 June 2015
Summary: It came as a package with filters, cleaners and assorted trinkets that were pretty much as billed. The lens itself is fast, and is great for portrait work and a decent close up lens. You get (mostly) what you pay for with Nikon.
Excerpt: I just got the lens and started using it for portraits and I also took it for a weekend retreat and was able to get some really great shots. It worked a lot better than the standard lens I had been using in the lower lighting conditions.
Excerpt: Three outstanding features drew me to this lens: its almost instant autofocus, its fast speed, and its remarkable light weight. It is a solid piece of workmanship. And for the price, it has become the standard lens for everyday use for me.
Excerpt: I'm using this 50mm f/1.8 as a lighter weight alternative to my 17-55mm f/2.8. The 50mm is fairly sharp and fast at f/1.8. For the price, I think you will be happy with this lens. Should work seamlessly with all Nikon autofocus bodies and in manual focus mode on older Nikon film cameras.
Pros: Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight