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Ultra-fast f/1.4 prime lens for exquisite sharpness and bokeh

With outstanding NIKKOR optics and an ultra-fast f/1.4 maximum aperture, the AF NIKKOR 50mm f/1.4D delivers superb resolution and color reproduction and a classic 50mm angle of view. Its manual aperture control ring enables smooth adjustments during Live View shooting. Fast enough for shooting in just about any light, it’s an ideal walk-around (multi-purpose) lens for photography and HD video recording.
Super Integrated Coating

Beautiful background blur

Achieve more natural depth of field

Nothing quite isolates and captures the subject of a portrait like a lens that is capable of achieving spectacular background blur (bokeh). When you need to isolate your subject from its background—whether shooting stills or HD videos—the AF NIKKOR 50mm f/1.4D renders a beautiful, natural background blur at its wider aperture settings. Manual control of that aperture means you can make smooth adjustments, even during Live View shooting.

The beauty is in the details

Fast enough for shooting in any light

Shooting with only available light can prove challenging, but the AF NIKKOR 50mm f/1.4D is fast enough for nearly any type of light. Its f/1.4 maximum aperture and outstanding NIKKOR optics broaden your range of shooting opportunities. Create images you never thought possible.
Super Integrated Coating
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Nikon Super Integrated Coating is Nikon's term for its multilayer coating of the optical elements in NIKKOR lenses.
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Excellent portrait lens on FX or DX I purchased this lens when I had my D80. It stuck with me on my D7000, and my D600. It's an excellent lens to use for portraits because you can really isolate your subject from the background. The low light capabilities are great, and auto focus in dark locations is much better than 3rd party lens manufacturers. I highly recommend this lens for individuals who really want to get creative with depth of field and have a solid workhorse for walking around. September 4, 2013
Glass came from HEAVEN.! I bought this lens two weeks ago, have done two shoots with it at 1.4 in daylight & artificial light as well. I can proudly say that the D.O.F you get from this lens, DOESN'T COMPARE WITH ALL THE OTHERS OUT THERE. Reason? 1. "TACT SHARP QUALITY/FOCUSING", 2. "SOFT, CREAMY D.O.F", 3. "IDEAL/PERFECT CHOICE FOR D-MOVIES". I own a D800, Its ISO RANGE and the MAXIMUM APPERTURE of this lens, its just PHENOMENOL. Really LIGHT WEIGHT and HANDY, its like im holding A MILLION DOLLAR BILL. :) June 15, 2013
Wow for Portraits This is real a fast and easy lens for natural light portrait photos even in very low light conditions. Bokeh is exquisite even on a DX body. Look forward to using this lens on a FX camera when i have one. March 13, 2013
Fantastic lens! Great color and sharpness Supurb performance at 1.4f and up Auto focus is fast, manual focus smooth and quick I wouldn't trade it for a G lens, at any time. The only competition this 50mm lens would have is the Nikon 1.2f manual, 50mm. April 14, 2012
Now I´ll nevver need another lens Great lens for many kind off shoots. Will recomand you to have it with you anytime when you leave for a shoot. February 22, 2012
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Can I use this lens with my d800 and have all functions work, Nikon 1902 50MM F/1.4D

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Yes, I am a pro shooter and have a D800; you get full functionality.

As is noted, there is no need to use the aperture ring, all controls (except of course manual focus) are made from the camera.
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Yes you will have full functions, except aperture is controlled by the camera. Leave aperture ring set at f/16.
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I need a new lens, and was debating between this and the 50mm f/1.8D. Was just wondering what ones best. Also, what I really need it for is family pictures, so which one would be best for that? And does it work with the D90? Thanks :)
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They are basically the same lens; both work equally well -- even when shooting in pitch black.

I initially bought a 50 f1.4D, but after trying a co-workers 50 f1.8D decided to return it.

They're both just as sharp and the difference is so microscopic that it really isn't worth the money.
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The 1.4 performs slightly better in low light situations than the 1.8. other than that, they are the same.
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What lens hood should I get for this lens?

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HR-1, HR-2 or the HS-9
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Your choice Nikon HR-1,HR-2 or HS-9
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Is this lens compatible with the D300?

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Yes,D300 has built in screw drive to auto focus lens.
Leave aperture ring set at minimum aperture (f/16) and set aperture with camera.
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Yes it is
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Does the AF 50mm 1.4 D autofocus with the D7100

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Side note, if you purchase the lens, set the aperture ring to f/16 and adjust aperture with the camera.
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Yes the D7100 has a screw drive to focus the lens.
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Can I use auto focus with D60 model?

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No, it will be manual focus only.
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Campatible with D7000?

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Hello, is this lens working with the D7000 model?
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Of course! All Nikkor lenses from the passed 3 decades at least are compatible with Nikon cameras!
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Campatible with D7000? - Rephrasing my question

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Ok I guess I should have asked if this lens is working with the D7000 using the autofocus, or do I have to focus manually when I have this lens on the camera?
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Cameras such as the D7000 do have a focus motor in it. This lens will work on with your camera.
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Is this lense compatible with D7000

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Yes, this lens is compatible with the D7000.
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how do I switch to manual focus for the D1X with AF Nikkor 50mm f/1.4D?

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There is a 3-position switch located on the front of the body below the lens release button. This switch is labeled M-S-C. Turn it to "M" for manual focus.
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Does this lens have built in auto-focus?

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No, this lens does not have an internal (aka AF-S) AF motor. It will NOT auto focus with entry-level bodies, i.e. D3000, D3100, D5000, D40, D40x, etc.
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How to attach to the D7000?

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I can't figure out how to attach this lens to my camera.
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I had the same problem when i got this lens with my D7000 as well. What you do is notice the the writing on the lens, and the attachment white mark on ur camera, all you have to do is put the writing on the side of that white mark and twist your lens to the right where the writing on your lens stand on top when the lens is click in, do this a few time you will be good at this. This lens is a bit confusing as it does not have the white mark for attachment on it, and in the manual there is no where telling u how to do it.
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is there a warranty of refurbished camera & lenses

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I WAS THINKING OF BUYING A MACRO LENS AND WANTED TO KNOW IF A WARRANTY CAME WITH IT?
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You have 90 days of warranty for refurbished cameras and lenses.
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will the AF Nikkor 50mm f/1.4D work with my D90 in autofocus?

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Does this lens autofocus on the D3100?

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Is the AF NIKKOR 50mm f/1.4D compatible with D90?

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I'm looking to buy a compatible, lens for D90 ideal photography that can be used for traveling, people and events.
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Yes, this lens is compatible with the D90.
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Compatible with D3100?

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Will not auto focus, the AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G will autofocus
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When off f16 aperture lock it gives me fEE error and will not work, what am I doing incorrectly?

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I have a d90 and the lens will only work when the lens is set to the f16. When I unlock and change to anything else it gives me an error (fEE). When lens is set to f16 I can set my camera to other aperture but in what situation would I change the lens to anything but f16 and how do I get it to work (do I need to change camera settings to be compatible- I changed to full manual and still would not work). Thanks.
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Everything is controlled by the camera, just leave the lens set at f/16 and use A mode if you just want to control the aperture.
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Why the auto focus doesn't work on my D800?

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Just that lens?
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Is the Nikon 50mm 1.4 D compatable with a Nikon D700?

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If so, is it fully functional or are there any aspects of this lens that will not work with the D700? Thank you.
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Fully functional but as with all lenses on DSLR's the aperture is controlled from the camera not the lens.
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does this lens work with the d5100

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Manual focus only, the lens has no focus motor and the camera doesn't either.
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http://imaging.nikon.com/lineup/lens/singlefocal/normal/af_50mmf_14d/
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No neither the camera or the lens has a focus motor. It would be manual focos only You would need the
AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.4G for autfocus, the -S means the lens has a silent wave focus motor.
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Working with D5100

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I've read the previous questions regarding this topic but it says on the overview that it has an autofocus option?
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This lens does not have a built in autofocus motor, it will only autofocus on Nikon cameras with a focus drive.The D5100 does not have a focus drive. You need the AF-S 50mm 1.8 G, the-S designation means the lens has a built in focus motor.
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Compatibility with D5000

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Is the lens compatible with Nikon D5000?
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It will manual focus only, neither lens or camera have a focus motor. You need lenses with a -S desgnation for autofocus.
The S means the lens has a built in focus motor.
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Compatible but manual focus only. Neither lens orcamera have built in focus motors. You need llenses with AF-S or AF-I designation to autofocus with the D5200.
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Will this autofocus in a D600?

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Yes, AF Nikkor 50mm f/1.4D is fully compatible with D600.
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compatible with d 70s

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Is this lens compatible with d 70s? I will use only manuel focus.
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The AF Nikkor 50mm f/1.4D is fully compatible with D70s. Both Autofocus and manual focus works.
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Is this lens compatible with D7000?

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What are the construction materials for this lens?

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Plastic, with a metal mount.
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