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Great lense, on my camera 90% of the time right now. Heated

Edited By: daBluone on Aug 09, 2012 16:03
Great standard lens for digital format.
I can only agree. I use it 99% of time on my Nikon D80. Very sharp and fast. I bought it for about the same price 2 years ago.
This lens hasn't come off my D3100 since our son was born 2 months ago. It gives great images and works very well indoors.
Shezza 1971#5
I really, really, really want one of these, will have to make do with my £8 M42 lens I got off evil bay for now tho :-(
Great lens and good price. Heat added.
Heat added! Seriously tempted.
Heat added! Seriously tempted.
Best Price I've seen for this GREAT lens.

Have some HEAT
Also works on FF with some vignetting.
These types of lenses are a must first buy for anyone getting a DSLR.
sweetv 1 Like #12
Great lens!!! Works just like a 50mm on APS-C sensor.

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abhi 1 Like #13
Man, this site is going to make me bankrupt... my lens lust is back :p Have 50mm 1.8D already but had to get this lens.... great price!! Hot! Thanks OP!
Does auto focus work with D3100?
Great lens and price for Nikon owners.
Does auto focus work with D3100?
Dorsk 1 Like #17
Does auto focus work with D3100?

I've borrowed a friends D3000, they have this lens and AF seems to work fine. Can only assume it'd therefore be fine for D3100

Edited By: Dorsk on Aug 10, 2012 11:30
AF-S means it has a motor, so yes.
NinjaBaz 1 Like #19
Does auto focus work with D3100?

Yes, any Nikon lens with the prefix 'AF-S' has focussing motor built into the lens :)
AlanK 1 Like #20
I ended up with this last time the 50mm came up as I have a D90 and though the 50mm would be too narrow.

This is great for a variety of subjects.

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