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  1. Dmitry Volgograd
    30.01.2020

    Good afternoon. I am thinking about purchasing some "fifty". There are three Nikons: d3300, d70 (an old man, but with a screwdriver) and a film Nikon F65 (also with a screwdriver?). Is there a lens that will work fine on all three - the main thing is, will autofocus work? Or is it easier to buy two inexpensive "fifty" - for example youngnuo and nikon af 50 1.8 D for different cameras?

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    • Michael
      30.01.2020

      Judging by the instructions for the F-65, it works with AF-S optics. So you can take the AF-S 50 G on all three cameras

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    • Arkady Shapoval
      30.01.2020

      The F65 works great with AF-S lenses, which are suitable for both the D3300 and D70, so the Nikon 50 / 1.8G AF-S is the best choice

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  2. Dmitry Volgograd
    30.01.2020

    Thank you very much for your reply. And, tell me, is the copy of Nikon 50 / 1.8G AF-S - Youngnuo 50mm 1.8 much worse? Is there somewhere infa about their comparison?

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    • Michael
      30.01.2020

      In terms of glitches - much

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    • Arkady Shapoval
      30.01.2020

      Yes, the Yong 50 / 1.8 is worse than the native 50 / 1.8G and approximately optically at the level of the old 50 / 1.8D. In the review of Yong 50 / 1.8 I described key differences between lenses.

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  3. Eugene
    20.09.2020

    Good day, the question has anyone tried to put this lens on Canon? I understand that it is fully manual. For a long time I have been looking for something alternative to the standard half-price 1.8 mk2. 🙄

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    • Arkady Shapoval
      20.09.2020

      Yes, I tried it. It's just that on Canon it becomes a manual lens.

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      • Eugene
        21.09.2020

        Thanks, on occasion I will also try. In general, the plans include the idea of ​​buying a Canon 50mm 1.4 ycm, but so far the reviews about frequent breakdowns of the autofocus drive are scary. The situation looks strange considering the price of the device. Yes, and it would be time for a version with an STM drive to appear, as in the junior fifty

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      • Pokemon
        22.09.2020

        If possible, look at the Sigma 50 / 1.4 EX DG. Lots of positive reviews. Of the minuses - you need to check the focus on your camera.

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  4. Igor
    07.10.2020

    Thanks a lot for the article! I have a question. It is only on this Lens with a closed aperture that a white point appears exactly in the center. This can be seen even if you photograph a white sheet. This is especially evident if you focus on infinity. I generally keep quiet about the backlight. After photographing the gray sky, this spot appears. If you gradually open the diaphragm, this phenomenon gradually disappears.
    Nikon d300 camera

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    • Arkady Shapoval
      07.10.2020

      Usually this is a jamb of lens enlightenment. Shine a flashlight on the lenses and make sure there is no fungus, for example.

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      • Igor
        08.10.2020

        Thank you very much. But how many did not look. Lenses are clean

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    • Alexey
      09.10.2020

      if not defects of enlightenment, can the aperture blades shine? and re-reflection from them creates this glare.

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  5. Serg
    09.10.2020

    I wonder if you put it on a film camera. What will be the quality? Who could have tried it?

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    • Michael
      09.10.2020

      Depending on the film. In general, it is better

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    • Vadim
      27.11.2020

      This is how it was created for the film.

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  6. Igor
    16.10.2020

    Thank you all for your answers! I put my tamron 90mm sp af 2.5 52en smallest hole f32-36. The same problem. Only still distinct. It can also be seen in live view.

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  7. Alexey
    02.11.2020

    Please advise which lens is best suited for Nikon D5000, Nikon 50mm 1: 1.8D AF Nikkor or Nikon AF-S Nikkor 50mm 1: 1.8G SWM Aspherical

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    • Trueash
      02.11.2020

      Both are better, but if you need autofocus, then the number of options is reduced to one: D

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    • Arkady Shapoval
      02.11.2020

      Nikon AF-S Nikkor 50mm 1: 1.8G SWM Aspherical

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  8. Dmitriy
    13.11.2020

    Do I understand correctly: on non-motorized carcasses, this lens will correctly meter, the diaphragm will be controlled from the carcass, and focusing will only be manual, but with confirmation (green circle, as in a regular manual G-81N or Yu-37A)?

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    • Alexey
      13.11.2020

      Yes, all modes (P, S, A, M) will be available, but with manual focus.

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  9. Jury
    02.01.2021

    As for me, this FR is the most useless, especially on "stubs" (crops). Already either 35 / 1.8DX or 85 / 1.8, while, on DX, 35 / 1.8 is not much more expensive than 50 / 1.8. And the 85 / 1.8 will pleasantly please when you switch (and this is inevitable) to FF.

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  10. Erasure - Wild! (+ poster) 19
    18.03.2021

    There is a difference between Nikon 50mm 1: 1.8D AF Nikkor and Nikon 50mm 1: 1.2.8 AF Nikkor macro

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    • B. R. P.
      19.03.2021

      What is the difference?

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  11. Aiqqia
    21.03.2021

    With the d610, the lens sometimes "hangs", does not focus, you can hear the carcass screwdriver twitch and that's it. If you close the lens and drive it through all the focal points, then it starts working. There are no such problems with q90. What could it be?

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  12. Alexander
    04.01.2022

    It is said that there is a lack of sharpness at aperture from 1.8 to 2.8. Let it not scare anyone. There is such a problem, but it is negligible if the sharpness is set accurately. Well, and a very narrow grip, when when shooting a portrait, for example, only the eyes turned out to be sharp, and the tip of the nose and ears were already seriously blurred. But in a serious way, the loss in sharpness is so negligible that the eye simply does not detect them and are noticeable only at high magnification on the screen. Too small details often just create a garbage effect and are simply unnecessary and harmful. Then they have to be eliminated in Photoshop. Even with photo printing, even with the highest dpi, the losses will be much higher. So all this is only relevant if you suddenly decided to make something huge, like a photo wallpaper on the entire wall.

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    • Nicholas
      04.01.2022

      Does it make sense to take Nikkor 50 1.8G to D750? Will there be any tangible improvements in picture / ease of operation compared to the 50 1.8D mIII, or is there no point in overpaying?

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      • B. R. P.
        05.01.2022

        1.8G sharper. You don't have to click on the aperture ring and there will be M / A mode.

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      • Nicholas
        05.01.2022

        Thank you!

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  13. Michael
    05.03.2022

    Apparently, the picture still depends heavily on the instance.
    My 50 / 1,8D has sharpness like a razor straight open. Although at first - only in the center. At 2,2 - already across the field, and from 2,8 - finally fire! The number starts with 43, that is, later, although it was bought either in 2008 or in 2009.
    I compared it with 50 / 1,4D - this one lathers a lot, literally like through glass with petroleum jelly. At 2,0 it is already much better, and from 2,8 - the differences between them are not noticeable by eye. What's the point of 1,4 then? This is not to mention the price difference. Although, perhaps, this instance was unlucky, unlike 1,8.

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  14. lily
    11.07.2022

    Good afternoon, I want to pick up a portrait lens for the Nikon3100, but the autofocus of the lens is important for me, could you tell me something? Thank you in advance!

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    • Victor
      11.07.2022

      The simplest and most inexpensive thing you can think of is 50 1.8G

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    • Specialist
      11.07.2022

      If outdoor portraits - 55-200VR, pts. cheap, pretty high quality, and the body, and some macro to boot.

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    • B. R. P.
      12.07.2022

      How did no one advise Yongnuo?)

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      • Victor
        12.07.2022

        Don't get lost, be the first ;)

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      • B. R. P.
        12.07.2022

        :)

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  15. prime_k
    09.09.2022

    Error in the word "focus". Look at contextual search.

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    • Arkady Shapoval
      09.09.2022

      fixed

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