Reviews and Problems with Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G
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Night Hawk, B&H Photo
1 week ago
Excerpt: Besides the price, a little over $, my images really pop in low light. Also, my portrait work really shines with this lens. Hey, its nice to be able to afford Prime Nikon glass. You will still need other lenses in your kit, but if you don't own a Nifty-Fifty, your plane are just missing out!
Excerpt: I thought I'd get more use out of the expensive version of this (the f/1.4), but 1.8 still have beautifuk bokeh and this lens is tack sharp. Great for low lighting situations and not nearly as heavy as my 85mm. I think I'll start using this for dancing at receptions since it's so lightweight.
Excerpt: I bought this lens for food photography and it is great for that. Can shoot with very little depth of field or a lot depending on the effect I want. This is a very light weight lens but the construction seems very good. Really reduces the weight of my D750 compared to using a zoom lens.
Excerpt: This is the best value out there. I can't believe I waited so long to add this to my arsenal. I don't normally photograph people, but this lens may change that. I've used it in the classroom to shoot my elementary students.
Excerpt: The person who sold it to me in B&H was very carefully listening to what exactly I'm looking for. And he found just a perfect lens that responds to my needs. Customer service plays a great role in that too. In regard to quality: It's good, all the thumbs up.