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Nikon AF NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8D Lens £80.93 Sold by SNL Group and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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A few pounds cheaper than the current offer posted by calum c. Cheapest it's been according to camel: http://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Nikon-NIKKOR-50mm-1-8D-Lens/product/B00005LEN4 I'm a Canon…
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Just a gentle reminder..

50mm is on FX format camera's.

If you are using this on DX bodies (like D7000 ) its more like 75mm..
Thank you seashore I don't mind manually focusing :)
shannym
Hi I am new to the whole Nikon experience I have a Nikon d3000 I think I have a 18-55mm n a 55-200mm would ur benefit me having this also I like close up flower photography n portraits thank

Excellent for portraits, although you would need to manually focus. It is top quality, at an amazing price.
josephmccowie
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Nikon make a newer version of this lens, the 50mm 1.8G, which has an autofocus built-in. It costs a little more but is much more practical for owners of entry-level bodies such as the D3100.

They do, and it is a similar price to the excellent 1.8G 35mm lens. Both can be bought for under £150. I actually got the 35mm lens for indoors mainly, and the 50mm D for outside. Both excellent.

I'm in the same boat as you with the primes, I have the 35mm 1.8G and the 50mm 1.8D. Both amazing lenses. Surprised that Nikon and Canon don't price these a lot higher. The 50mm is also handy if you have a film camera lying about (I have an F90X in addition to my D90) since it still has an aperture ring.

I think I read above that you have a D5100. How easy do you find focussing this lens manually? I was torn between the D5100 and the D90 but I eventually opted for the D90 since I liked the top LCD and the D90 is the last of the entry-level bodies with a built-in motor so I'm lucky in that respect.

I was in the same boat deciding which of those two cameras to get, and I opted for the D5100, as it was new at the time, and had some features that I wanted, such as better video, and supposed better low light. This was mainly for use with the Grandkids indoors.

I found manual focus easy enough, but eventually got a good offer on a D90, so I've ended up with both, and I love the D90, so now I can use this lens with autofocus too. A bit extravagant, but I love both cameras.
Hi I am new to the whole Nikon experience I have a Nikon d3000 I think I have a 18-55mm n a 55-200mm would ur benefit me having this also I like close up flower photography n portraits thank
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