Reviews and Problems with Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G
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Just what I was looking for!
W.R.R., B&H Photo
23 July 2014
Excerpt: As someone new to photography, I was looking for a set lens that would help me in my learning process. When I went on the B&H website, I realized there were plenty of options. I was able to compare 3 very similar lenses side by side. It made choosing a lens easy. I was able to eliminate one that wasn't compatible to my camera. The price was competitive. The entire B&H experience was great!
Excerpt: I haven't used the 50mm f/1.4, but I find this lens to be very sharp. The build is a little "light" for me so I don't know how durable it will be, but I think this is a great buy and can't imagine it being much better in sharpness and overall image quality.
Excerpt: If you need every bit of Bokeh then get the 1.4. If you have to have the sharpest lens get the Zeiss Otus. If you want a great lens at a great price that gives good bokeh and is sharper edge to edge than the 1.4 then look no further. Now go spend the other $3800 you saved not buying the Zeiss on a trip to an exotic location to take pictures of something other than test charts.
Excerpt: Lens is absolutely sharp around f/8 on a Nikon D800. I use it mostly with still life, however it is great for architecture and landscapes as well. The AF is quick and accurate. The lens hood is a blessing. My last lens, the Nikon 50 f/1.4D had no lens hood, which made for images with lens flair at times.
Excerpt: I buy all my photography equipment from B and H because the quality of the service, customer satisfaction, knowledge of the sales associates and the plethora of excellent equipment at B and H. This lens is amazing I use it all the time now because is very sharp, the images are superb, is a light and quick focus lens that catches the best of the photograph with excellent bokeh effect.