Reviews and Problems with Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G
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Forrest, B&H Photo
2 days ago
Excerpt: I bought this lens with my first camera. I have barely used the kit lens because this lens is just awesome. Great bokeh with the low f-stops. Amazing lowlight photos. The 50mm length is great for just about everything. Will definitely be buying the other primes in this line of lenses. Now I just have to decide on the 35mm or the 85mm as my next lens to buy.
Excerpt: Bought this lens but returned it because the focal length was too zoomed. I have a DX body and this is a FX lens but I was really curious about the performance. The photos I did take had smooth bokeh and the super crisp details but I really had no use for it since I have the 35mm DX which I really love. But I do recommend this lens. Great value for the price, can't go wrong!!!
Excerpt: Amazing for portraits on my D5100. Not so great unless your subject is at least 15 feet away, and as a prime lens you have to zoom with your feet. But for the price, you can't beat the quality!
Excerpt: Indoor, limited space portraiture is quite amazing with this lens. I also have 1.4G Lens and honestly i don't see much of a difference in wide aperture settings. In some ways this lens sims to be sharper. There is some difference in the "evening lights bokeh" and in it's softness, but qite frankly it's something I desire everyones in a while stylewise.
Pros: Durable, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Reliable, Sharp