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Fast f/1.4 prime NIKKOR lens
Perfect for low-light conditions, general and travel photography

Ideal portrait lens on DX-format cameras
An ideal portrait lens when used on a Nikon DX-format digital SLR, approximating the angle of view similar to that of a 75mm lens on a Nikon FX-format digital SLR or a 35mm film camera

Exclusive Nikon Silent Wave Motor (SWM)
Enables fast, accurate, and quiet autofocus

Rounded 9-blade diaphragm
Renders more natural appearance of out-of-focus image elements

Normal angle of view on FX-format cameras
Classic, normal angle of view when used on a Nikon FX-format digital SLR or 35mm film camera

Nikon Super Integrated Coating (SIC)
Enhances light transmission efficiency and offers superior color consistency and reduced flare

Close focusing to 1.5 feet
For extended versatility

AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.4G 4.6 5 93 93
Compact and Sharp This lens is very clear and very sharp on my D800 firing at 36mp. Focus is fast (fast enough for most of us anyway) even in low light and there is almost no distortion. Dollar for dollar, in the context of fast lenses, this 50mm 1.4G provides a great value to the consumer. This is one to consider for an everyday walk around lens or a compact/light carry in your pocket lens for when evening sets in. It is fast becoming the lens I leave on my D800 most of the time. April 6, 2013
Great Go-To Lens Just received this lens and I am thrilled with it. Great in low light and for portraits. I find it to be fast and the bokeh is nice and smooth. The lens is substantial on my DX Camera. February 20, 2013
A very fast prime lens perfect to start your Nikon adventure There is no situation where this lens cannot win over many others. It is very fast, very sharp, very light and with a good price. Stop it at f/2 if you crop huge pictures to maintain picture perfection. Full open it gives some vignetting and softness at the corners which are just as expected. A lens to always have, mounted or in your pocket. February 2, 2013
Sharp, Nice Contrast & Affordable A wonderful lightweight lens rendering sharp, brillant images consistent throughout its aperture range. Careful focus when shooting wide-open will be rewarded by sharp images. The bokeh from this lens I've found to be quite nice. AF is smooth, quiet and fast enough for my needs plus the feel of the focus ring when manually focusing is perfect. This lens has been a great addition to my camera bag. Thanks Nikon! January 13, 2013
Clear & Bright This review is about the 50mm 1.4G, catalog 2180. I decided to buy the lens for low-light situations, such as indoor ceremonies. I was not disappointed; the lens is admirable. Keeping the settings of my D5100 camera the same, I tried other lenses and found that this lens gave consistently brighter, colorful indoor shots. As can be expected, the field of focus gets short when the aperture is opened. A couple of cropped pictures are attached to illustrate the lens: One photo shows a meteor trail from the recent Perseid meteor shower. I used a manual setting at 1.4 and a 1.3 second time exposure. No one beats Nikon for photography in low light. The other shows a bee visiting the blossoms of a Russian Sage. Bees are constantly moving; so I believe they provide a convenient, conclusive “field test” of the ability of a camera’s computer to quickly appraise the situation and order the focus and aperture of the lens. In other words, the camera and the lens worked well together to get a difficult photograph. The D5100 was set on full automatic – point and shoot. The picture illustrates the narrow depth of field and how out-of-focus objects are displayed. The foreground and background bokeh are consistent. Best features: Image brightness and color are superior. Compact size. At 50/75 mm the lens gives a “natural” perspective. Value for price. Nice match with D5100. Worse features: Careful focus is required, or thoughtful selection of the camera’s focus mechanisms. Accessories: A neutral or UV filter to protect the lens. August 14, 2012
Quiet & Quick I am very new to the Nikon dslrs, I purchased my camera 1 year ago today(d5100) I just purchased this lense today and absolutly love it! The focal distance is just right and it is awesome for portraits! I would definintly recommend this lense, when using the 1.4 apeture the pictures are stunning. It also takes great stop motion even in the 1.4 apeture. Worth the money! July 1, 2012
Sharp, fast I bought this lens about 2 years ago for my D300, it's fast and sharp. March 30, 2012
An Exceptional Lens I have used this lens for a few months now, and I am still impressed with the quality of the images it produces. Sharp as you like from f/2.8 onwards, and nearly as sharp wide open. Focus is quick and quiet, and more importantly, accurate. The images have plenty of contrast, and despite the lack of Nano Crystal Coat, flare is very well controlled. This lens is perfect as a general use lens on FX, and a short portrait lens on DX. I would highly recommend this lens to any Nikon SLR user. January 8, 2012
Great Lens - opened box two hours ago!!!! I just received this lens for my birthday (71), and haven't taken that many shots, but it seems terrific! The images are much sharper than I expected them to be, The lens is lightweight, but obviously sturdy. The few images I took at full aperture show me that this will be a perfect lens for portrait photos of my family and friends. This was one wonderful gift! November 1, 2011
must have lense this is a must have lense,ive been using it for 1 month without switching to other lenses,its perfect for portraits and excellent for low light condition. it is remarkably sharp and stunning colors.it also have fast focusing motor,besides lens built quality is great. October 10, 2011
Super Awesome Lens This lens has yet to let me down. I love this lens. I would absolutly recommend this to anyone looking for a dependable 50MM. September 5, 2011
Great lens for a great price I use this lens a lot on the dance floor with available light. There isn't a better lens out there to capture the action in low light. I also use it for portraits, food and some action. August 25, 2011
AMAZING First, let me say I had the 35mm f/1.8 before and the 50mm f/1.8 so I've seen what the competing lenses can do. This lens cannot be compared to. Apart from the vivid depth of field, the pictures it produces are so sharp and full of contrast. It captures all colors perfectly, I don't find myself having to edit the pictures what-so-ever. If you have the money, I would DEFINITELY recommend shelling out for this lens. August 20, 2011
Great depth of field and super fast focusing. i was debating on either buying the 50mm 1.8G or the 50mm 1.4G. Either way I wouldn't go wrong. But I really like the 1.4G for low situations. The way the depth of field looks is phenomenal. I love it and I know I made the right decicion May 31, 2011
Does what it is supposed to Lightweight, great depth of field, very sharp .. The perfect lens to just leave on the camera .. My 50mm f/1.4G has found a home on my D300s ... May 30, 2011
Great Lens! I purchased this for weddings and senior portraits. It is a great portrait lens! The focus is a bit slow, don't expect to get good results if you are going for an action shot. It works great with very little light and you can get away with not using a flash indoors. I am very pleased with the results I am getting from this lens! April 27, 2011
Awesome lens! I have owned two of these lenses. Both are sharp, has excellent color and contrast, focuses quick, and is small. Don't expect super sharp results at F1.4, but this is to be expected from any lens wide open at F1.4 My second one with the D7000 needed calibration, but think the body to blame and not the lens itself. To get different results, you need lenses that do something different to your kit lens. The 50mm 1.4 won't disappoint with that smooth creamy background. April 25, 2011
A great all-purpose lens A very, very good lens. I use it for everything; from human portraits, to landscapes, to documentation. It is great for both high and low light, and is very versatile. The lens shouldn't be specifically used for low light, as it isn't best (but it also definitely isn't the worst), and sometimes you have to fiddle with the settings to get a good color. Even though it cannot zoom, I think it is better than most lens, especially considering the price. Overall, I love my 50mm, even more than some pro lens I've tried. I recommend it to anyone who wants a good all-purpose lens, but doesn't care that it doesn't have a zoom. April 15, 2011
A fantastic standard lens The Nikkor 50mm f/1.4G is a fantastic little lens. For the price, I consider it one of the "must-buy" focal lengths on full-frame camera bodies. There are other 50mm lenses on the market, but what makes this "G" lens stand out is it's ability to lock focus on the intended target. When paired with the Nikon D3, focus is extremely accurate. This is true even in low light situations. After having used this lens in tricky situations, I have learned to trust its ability to engage and lock. Image quality is also excellent. Although it does get better when stopped down a bit. Nonetheless, this lens is sharp when shot wide open. There is a touch of vignetting in the corners when shot at f/1.4, but it is not at all objectionable. Yet, you will notice the difference on a FX camera when compared to other lenses. I also use this lens quite a bit on DX cameras as well. In this configuration, the darkness of the corners is nearly absent. With most RAW image editing tools, the vignetting and slight distortion is easily corrected in post-processing. (For the vast majority of my images, I usually ADD a vignette in post-production.) This is a sharp lens, with great color and contrast. At f/1.4 it has its own look and I consider the image quality to be excellent. This 50mm is light weight, simple and relatively inexpensive. April 15, 2011
This is absolutly a great lens. The optics of this lens are fantastic. When used for night photography, stopped down to about f11 and on a tripod the detail it is able to capture is outstanding. The center to edge sharpness is almost identical, even when opened up the edge to center sharpness is still excellent. It is also small so it is easy to carry around either on the camera or in fanny pack. This is a lens I would recommend to anyone who wants the sharpest image they can possibly get. April 14, 2011
So much better than the kit lenses I use this lens mainly on a three year old D300 (have also used it on a full frame DSLR). Have had the lens about 5 months and shot more than 2500 images in that time. Like many of the previous reviewers I found the focus a little slow and sometimes not on at all but that was in very poor circumstances -- very low light indoors with fast moving subjects. I have gotten some very pleasing (although unintentional) blur scenes. The depth of field is extremely restricted at 1.4 although I have not noticed anything other than a very smooth bokeh. At 2.0 and up the focus is clear, crisp, and, if you aren't trying to stop a 4 yrs old in mid-flight, the autofocus is quick. I have had better luck with increasing the responsiveness of the autofocus by using the center focus option when shooting action. It does not seem to confuse the camera as much. The lens appears to be built well. No loose rings. I change lenses regularly and have had no issues with mounting and unmounting. For those that like to manually focus, this is a great lens -- I find the camera often does a slightly better job than I do but that is probably my eyesight. All in all, an excellent lens that is my "go to" lens. It only comes off the camera when I need the zoom or distance capabilities of my other lenses. April 14, 2011
Great, Lightweight, Beautiful Photos First prime lens purchased. Have been shooting with 17-35 f2.8, 24-70 f2.8, 80-200 f2.8. The 50 is so light and the extra two stops make it great for low light. Shooting close and wide open gives a beautiful painterly feel. April 14, 2011
Awesome Lens This is a great lens for everyday use. I actually have this on my new Nikon D3s 90% of the time. The picture attached was taken with my D40x. April 14, 2011
fantastic This lens is fantastic for weddings and portraits. It makes the subject pop out and bold. I love that it gives a shallow depth of field. April 14, 2011
Best for portraits This lens changed everything. Before I wasnt sure about my hobby. Now I know:) April 14, 2011
50mm f/1.4G = Fantastic This is my primary lens that sits on my FX camera body. Excellent in low light situations - indoors, outdoors, night time. Just an amazing lens to shoot with because it's lightweight and doesn't take up a lot of room in your bag. Definitely worth the money spent. April 14, 2011
Superior Lens for it's size If you cannot get the 24-70mm f2.8, then this is your lens. Do not underestimate the size, this 50mm lens give me great portrait pictures. The bokeh is so creamy and buttery. If people look at the picture, they would think I shoot 24-70mm lens wide open. I got many praised by using this lens. April 14, 2011
Very nice prime! The lens is overall a very good, everyday purpose lens. For people with a DX formated camera body this lens is ideal for portraits as it is a 75mm on DX. For FX users, this lens can do it all, portraits, events, landscape and with its fast aperture, there is very nice bokeh and auto-focus is very quick April 14, 2011
Choice Lens with Super Sharp Quality This is by far my favorite lens. I use it for studio, portraits, environmental and more. The speed of the focus and sharpness is amazing! April 14, 2011
Outstanding lens This lens is a must have for your lens collection. It's aperture is amazing for shallow depth of field and does great in low light. It is definitely my favorite lens in my bag right now. The only thing I would have considered changing was to get one that a bit wider angle, but otherwise a perfect lens. April 14, 2011
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Would this lens work with my nikon D90

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Yes the D90 can use any AF-S lens as well as AF lenses. Focus is faster on AF-S.
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Yes it will. And it's a great lens.
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Is it 75mm on DX format?

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I heard that when this baby is mounted on DX-format body, it wil provide the 75mm instead of 50mm (for FX-format). is it true, guys?
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I'm not pretty sure if the 35mm DX will have the 52.5mm in a DX camera. Since it's a DX lens, 35mm will stay 35mm when mounted in a DX format camera.
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Thank you very much for answer! It helps a lot ^^
Now I'm still a beginner so i think I will stick with DX format for couple years before getting myself a better body
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No, the reason the image is cropped because the sensor in a DX camera is smaller than an that of a FX camera (35mm) and overall has a much narrower angle of view at the same focal length. All APS-C cameras have this problem (canon crops to 1.6x with most of their DSLR cameras).

If you where using a FX camera, with a DX lens you can set the camera to use the DX lens but because of the size of the sensor you get around half the MP because not all the sensor is being used.

If you want to shoot at 50mm, I would suggest getting the 35mm 1.8G DX which is the equivalent of 52.5mm lens.
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So It will automatically display FX in DX crop mode right? Is there is anyway to fix this, for I would like to shoot photo with normal view angle of 50mm.
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Nikon DX cameras have a crop of 1.5x. So the 50mm does become the equivalent of a 75mm lens.
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AF-S 50mm f/1.4 and AF-S 50mm f/1.8

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Which is the best to buy among the AF-S 50mm f/1.4 and the recent AF-S 50mm f/1.8 as theresn't much difference among the two.. ?
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The 50mm is a lens you must have in your camera bag; it's the most common to use and the best to learn photography; the 1.4 allows to gather more light in a darker scene than the 50mm 1.8, but this doesn't make it perfect; for example, if you take pictures of a group of people, (with the 50mm 1.4) and those people are some in front and some behind in the group, you'll be surprised how sharp this lens is; in this picture, you'd see some people's face will appear a bit 'softer' (like those people in the back of the group) and some perfectly focus (those people standing in the front of the group); a little distance between the people (your subject) does make a difference; if you can afford it, get both; or you may rent these lenses and then decide which one(s) you want to invest your money in. Both lenses allow you to be creative; how you develop your style of 'managing the light' is up to you.
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When I bought my 50MM 1.4G, I also researched the topic of what is the difference.
The most common answers I was finding was a more consistant output and no color loss in which was experienced with the 50MM 1.8. Hope this helps
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If you have the money, I would defintely go for the AF-S 50mm f/1.4. I've had both and the f/1.4 definitely delivers way more. I don't have to edit the pictures it takes at all, each photo taken is spectacular.
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You can go to our website and use the comparison tools to see the specifications of the lenses side by side.
http://www.nikonusa.com/Nikon-Produ...
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will it work on D40x and d700?

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Yes, I have both cameras and works perfect.
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not the fastest to focus but not bad, will work auto with both..
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Yes will work on both.
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This is normal, because in an auto mode it's more likely to have an 1/60 and an 2.8 depending on the illumination. So try to use it in semi or manual modes :)
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You didn't give in enought info but it sounds like you are testing the lens at a low light conduction (may be indoor?) and the
camera had gone in to a flash mode when you try you lens out.
When the Flash is on on the camera the camera try to contro the brightness of the photo by controing how much flash power it will user rather then contro the shutter speed and aperture
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Don't know what camera you are using. But it sounds like you are testing it in low light (maybe indoor?) and the camera have switch you flash light on. Try to close the flash light and try again
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Will this lens work with a D-60 and will the auto focus work?

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all af-s lenses have autofocus on d40, d60, d3000, d3100, d5000 and d5100.
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going to buy a d700 and want to pick up a few lenses. is the 50mm 1.4g or 1.4d a better lens for this camera?

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I use this with the D700. The g has two benefits.
1. It has the latest optics enhancements
2. It has the g's M/A focus. This allows you to press the button to autofocus, but then correct the focus manually without switching to manual on the camera. This is a huge time saver and will frequently help you capture that fleeting shot when the focus needs to be somewhere other than the autofocus thinks it should be.
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D-type AF-Nikkor lenses relay subject-to-camera distance information to Nikon SLR cameras that feature 3D Color Matrix Metering, 3D Matrix Metering, and 3D Multi-Sensor Balanced Fill-Flash.
G: The lens has no aperture control ring and is designed to be used with cameras that allow setting the aperture from the camera body. G lenses also provide Distance information to the camera.
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If I do order this lens, what else will I get besides the lens?

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Do I get the lens front and rear cover? Do I get the lens hood or the filter? what do I get along with it ? Just making sure so that I don't buy two of it .

Thanks a lot.
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You get the front and rear covers and a lens hood. No filter
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Supplied Accessories
HB-47 Bayonet Lens Hood
LC-58 Snap-On Front Lens Cap
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*Supplied accessories may differ depending on country or area.
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Would this lens work with D5000?

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Does it work with D5000 with full auto focus?
 
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Yes, this lens is fully compatible with the D5000.
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Will this work with D7000? which is more preferable ? 35mm or 50mm?

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I suggest you to go to different galleries and check what and when ppl use for different situations. 50mm on D7000 (DX) is the same as 75mm on FX (full frame). That makes it practically great portrait lens.
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Pretty much all Nikkor lenses will work on the D7000 as it has a internal focus motor. Quality wise, I would definitely say the 50mm 1.4G is better than the 35mm 1.8G DX. Also you should consider the 50mm 1.8G instead of the 1.4G. as it is cheaper and in most ways just as good.
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