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Rediscover fun photography with your DSLR,
Amazon Verified Purchase(What is this?)I've been seduced by ultrazoom lenses and cameras over the years and I had forgotten how good photography felt when you move you body rather than zoom in and out with your lens.
The other reviews quite rightly highlight the excellent performance of the wide range of aperture settings from 1.8 to 22 so I don't want to repeat what they have said.
I've been using my D300 with an 18-200mm lens for most of the time - occasionally swapping for a wide angle 10-20mm lens when needed. Both are fairly heavy, but very versatile. The 50mm is the first prime lens I have used since I started digital photography some 7 years ago.
My whole attitude to the subject matter changes when I can't just zoom in and out, I find myself composing much more interesting shots. This has been a great addition for my DSLR.
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Initial post: 30 Dec 2010 16:07:32 GMT
Mrs. Dawn Frances Baxter says:
Can anyone help - will this lens autofocus with my D60? I am confused! Thanks in advance for any advice.
In reply to an earlier post on 7 Jan 2011 18:49:33 GMT
No, you'll have to look for the nikkor 50f1.4G but it is more expensive.
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