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Lightweight and compact, the AF Nikkor 50mm lens from Nikon is very bright. Its maximum aperture of f/1.8 provides excellent light penetration for flawless images.
Successful in the weakest lighting conditions, this lens is especially effective in creating shallow depth of field. Built around a 7-blade circular aperture, the AF Nikkor 50mm has 6 elements in 5 groups.
Included Accessories : Dust cap, lens cap
Intended For : Nikon D1, D100, D1H, D1X, D2H, D2HS, D2X, D2Xs, D70, D70s Nikon F 100, 5, 5 50th Anniversary, 55, 6, 60, 65, 70, 75, 80, 90, 90X Nikon FM 2, 3A Nikon Pronea 600i, S
Diameter : 6.4 cm
Length : 3.8 cm
Weight : 156 g
Intended For : 35mm SLR, digital SLR
Min Focus Range : 45 cm
Filter Size : 52 mm
Lens Construction : 5 group(s) / 6 element(s)
Focal Length : 50 mm
Lens Coating : Multicoated
Diaphragm Blades : 7
Max View Angle : 46 degree(s)
Type : Lens
Magnification : 0.15
Lens Aperture : F/1.8
Mounting Type : Nikon F
Focus Adjustment : Automatic, manual
(free converter plug included if required)
once you get over the error messages when you put it on and google why. the ring is controlled by the camera. pound for pound you can not buy a better lens. Read morePublished 4 months ago by ricke williams
Ok so it it the bottom of the market price range, and was a test before I invested into a better 50mm lens, I wanted to see if I could get on with adjusting my way of taking shots... Read morePublished on 21 May 2012 by N
Perfect lens to compliment my D80 - great results in low light and with a flash
Portraits come alive and close detail crisp, clean and sharp.
this lens is soo amazingly god for the price, the depth of field is perfect and on a cropped sensor its perfect of portraiture. Read morePublished on 9 Nov 2011 by samkaye23
It's a marvellous piece of work. You cannot go wrong with this lens. A must have, unles of course you fancy the 50mm/f1.4 which would cost about 4 times this one. Read morePublished on 19 May 2011 by Sumit Dey