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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 95 95
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
Awesome lens I love this lens! I never go anywhere without it and it's seldom not attached to my camera. It's awesome for shooting street and travel photography because you can get up close to an object and make it look like the image is popping off the page. This will be my go-to forever as far as I'm concerned. March 14, 2011
In a word, a Nikkor Classic. I love the beautiful renderings it gives me in color, crispness, and selected area of focus and creamy bokeh. I own the fabulous Nikkor 24-70 f/2.8G, but consider the 50/1.4G my lens of choice all round. March 10, 2011
Super fast lens. Love the bokeh. Ultimate portrait lens for me so far. February 16, 2011
Great Portrait Lens I love this lens for isolating my subject and throwing distracting backgrounds into a very smooth bokeh! September 22, 2010
Tack Sharp This lens is super sharp, even wide open. Focus is very quiet. Also, this lens is great for shooting the kids. I use DX format D300S, so longer equivalent focal length gives me the extra distance for candid shooting. August 9, 2010
Sharp lens even sharper photos Great lens for most photos, up close, portrait, general photography. Gives a blurred background if you want or full focus. It stays on my D90 - 95% of the time. August 2, 2010
One of the top lenses Nikon makes For me there are 3 great lenses that Nikon makes and this 50mm AF-S f/1.4G is among them. My other two favorites are the AF-S 85 f/1.4 and the AF-S, VR 200mm f/2.0. Since this lens costs a fraction of the price of the other two it is the best buy Nikon offers. It has a much softer depth of field than the 50mm1.8 and the focus is spot on. If you own the 85mm or the 200mm mentioned above then you will really be able to appreciate this lens. It can give you the same quality image when you can't get the distance between yourself and the subject to use the 200 or the 85. I should clarify I am speaking from the perspective of a portrait photographer. August 1, 2010
Wonderful all around lens This has turned out to be one of my favorite lenses for getting the DoF I want. It's a light weight great little lens. Focus is quick and quiet. It's a must have! July 31, 2010
The Low Light King!! This lens is the Low Light King!! I use this lens for very low light Indoor Sporting Events and it's super fast focusing and superb sharpness and resolution!! It's a little bigger than its predecessor, but well worth its price. July 31, 2010
A must have lens for all Photographers This must have lens is the foundation of all shooters. I never leave home without this lens since it is tack sharp and can be used in extremely low light conditions. It also renders people's faces the most realistically of any of my numerous Nikon Lenses. Whether I am shooting weddings or out shooting editorially, this lens always finds its way onto my Nikon D3 (and F4s) prior to that (older 50mm 1.4 version). July 31, 2010
Out Does all other 50 1.4 Nikkor's I have used the Nikkor 50 1.4 all the way back to the non AI lenses. This one is simple, it out does them all. July 31, 2010
The one lens to always carry with you. I have been shooting for over thirty years and I have always had a 50mm 1.4 in my bag. This is one of those reliable, fast and great focus lenses that I can use for landscape, people, action and close-ups. July 31, 2010
Tack sharp Great lens. Tack sharp, great bokeh. Yes, the autofocus is a little slower than you would expect but it's still fine. Wonderful portrait lens. July 31, 2010
Wedding Staple This lens gets a lot of bad press in the forums because it is 1) Plastic, and 2) AFS. My primary use for this lens is weddings. I have been using it since April 2009. This has become my primary lens. First, I love how light this is because it's plastic. I have some of the older gen lenses and they are great, but they are heavy. You can shoot with this lens all day without noticing it. The AFS performance on my copy is fantastic. I have had no complaints about this lens ever. Instead of doing extensive testing (which has its place), I have shot roughly 20 weddings with this thing. The Bokeh this thing puts out has become essential for my photographical look. I routinely shoot this at 1.4 or 2, and rarely take it past 2.8. It's wonderfully sharp at 1.4, and is rock solid at 2. This lens has some vignetting at 1.4, which is even more pronounced when you add an ND filter (provided you want to shoot 1.4 on a sunny day). As a wedding photographer, I would be adding vignetting in post anyway, so for me this is absolutely ideal. This lens has become a standard for me, and has changed my photography for the better. If you are thinking about jumping into the Primes camp, or simply want a really really fast standard, this is your lens. If you are shooting DX this functions like the 85mm, but with all the benefits of the AFS (quiet and fast). If you do get this though, be prepared to start pining away for faster glass. July 31, 2010
EXCELLENT Portrait lens As a portrait photographer, low light weddings, etc, this is an excellent lens. The images are amazing! Was a little hard getting used to me moving instead of zooming in or out, but the results are well worth a little more effort on my part! HIGHLY RECOMMEND this piece of glass! July 30, 2010
Sharp focus. Great lens. It does what I expect it to do. It has a sharp image. I especially like to take pictures in the F8 range inorder to get everything in focus from say 8 feet to 30 feet. I can then pick and chose elements from the picture that I want to enlarge or be a new center of focus. In other words, I can get more pictures from just one photo. I also like the results when using the F1.4 for available light. Once again, sharp focus. July 30, 2010
Top quality prime - sharp edge to edge I use this lens with a D700 for low-light situations. This is not actually a very useful focal length (for me, at least) on a full-frame body, however, I use it when I need the extra two stops that my 24-70mm does not give me. This lens has received excellent reviews and my own pictures confirm what I've read. The photographer who will most benefit from this lens, I think, is someone shooting with a cropped sensor Nikon. You then end up with a 75mm equivalent f/1.4 razor sharp portrait lens with very attractive bokeh. July 30, 2010
Awesome Len This lens is extraordinary awesome a love it i use always on my camera, fantastics for portraits July 30, 2010
Razor Sharp! I'm using this lens in combination with a Nikon D3, and use it for everything from weddings, family events to a general walk-around lens. I find it razor sharp at all apertures. I do wish the AF was faster and sometimes I find it "searching" in very low-light conditions... July 30, 2010
Excellent affordable 50mm This was my first AF-S prime lens and I like it almost as much as the price. This lens renders beautiful shallow depth of field images and it is very small and light. It is so portable that I find myself taking it with me almost everywhere. When used at f/2, this lens becomes extremelly sharp. I enjoy using it with full frame cameras a lot. However, it is also wonderful for portraits in cropped frame bodies because it is similar to an 85mm field of view wise. July 30, 2010
The ONE Prime Lens in Pack If you want a prime lens in your pack for a FX camera, this is it. Nothing else. July 30, 2010
nice depth of field I still consider myself a novice in terms of photography, with this being the first fast prime lens I have bought. With a D90, it is possible to obtain very sharp images with manual focus or focusing using Live View. When it is wide open, the lens has a very shallow depth of field, which I like. I took a picture of my tie rack (angled at 45º with respect to the camera), focusing on the middle tie at f/1.4. The middle tie is sharp, with the surrounding ties (near and far) out of focus. The depth of field is only a couple of centimeters! (Yes, I'm a scientist.) I haven't had the chance to evaluate bokeh yet. I have found the lens sluggish in autofocus, although it is reasonably quick in bright light. Forget about using Dynamic area in poor light, however. I have experienced a lot of hunting, even at higher ASA. Maybe other users have suggestions that I haven't tried, however. The sharpness is fantastic, which was a pleasant surprise considering this isn't a pro lens. July 30, 2010
Pros: Fast, Sharp and light weight lens for DSLR camera. Cons: a bit pricy July 30, 2010
Great Lens This lense is great in so many applications. Great in low light conditions, sharp pictures, without VR you have to hold it steady or use a tripod. One of my favorite lenses for portraits. July 30, 2010
Great lens! A "must have" lens...light, reliable, excellent quality...a great lens and very fair price... July 30, 2010
AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.4G Love this lens the 1.4 has been my favorite lens for 30 years July 30, 2010
great color and sharp very light weight, bright with natural color, sharp pictures,recommended to beginners and experts July 30, 2010
Often Replaces My 16-85mm at 50mm While I appreciate the flexibility of my Nikkor 16-85mm f/3.5-5-6 zoom lens, the 50mm f/1.4G has become my new "walkaround" lens, since most of my history has been taking pictures in the 40-65mm range (on my D300s). I tried the D version of this glass as well as the 35mm f/1.8, and both were excellent, image-wise. The 1.4G, however, is best characterized as "outstanding" for its middle-priced components. July 30, 2010
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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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Yes it will work.
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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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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 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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Because it' a great lens and popular and pros use them. It's the less expensive version of 24-70mm f2.8. Moreover, it's fast and great in low light.

This lens is highly sought by many photographers and they can never be in the store too long. Selling like hot cakes, first come first serve. If you see one, go get it, you'll not regret our purchase.
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Well lets see. 1) It's super popular. 2) Terrible things have happened in Japan.
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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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Sure it will
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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
LF-1 Rear Lens Cap
CL-1013 Soft Case
*Supplied accessories may differ depending on country or area.
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Will the auto focus work on the D5000?

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