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will this lens work for d90?

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Yes, it work with most of the Nikon DSLR cameras
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Yes. I have already combined my D90 to AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G. Excellent results!
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yes.
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willl AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G work for d90?
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what lens?
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i want to know the price of " AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G " lense in India

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got it 11721/- including shipping from flipkart...
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You can get it for 12750 in Bangalore at Whizz.
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13,750 rupees
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Please visit Nikon global site for more information regarding other countries. www.nikon.com.
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Will this lens AUTOFOCUS on the D5100?

sorry to be redundant, i know you have said it's compatible with the D5100, but I want to be sure that is true for AF as well as manual. Thanks.
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Yes i am using it on D5100 and it does autofocus on that.
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From what I know all AF-S lenses has a built in focusing motor so they will focus on the d5100 even though it doesn't have a focus motor built in camera body.
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If you want to learn more about which NIKKOR lens types will work on which Nikon camera bodies, check out this article: http://www.nikonusa.com/Learn-And-E...
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Since the lens has the autofocus motor built-in all functions are possible when using it with the D5100.
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AF-S? What's it indicate?

When 'AF-S' is labeled on a lens, what does this really mean? That it's recommended to use Auto Focus-Servo? When taking photos?

Was just curious - Thanks in Advance!
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If you'd like more information about AF-S lenses and the other designations on NIKKOR lenses, check out this article: http://www.nikonusa.com/Learn-And-E...
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AF is Auto Focus, the S is for Silent Wave Motor, The focus is controlled from the camera and the SWM is run on a focus cam inside the lens.
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Auto focus-silent wave motor (built in lens motor)
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is this lens compatible with my d5000?

I want to buy either the 1.4 50mm or the 1.8.
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Yes, it will work just fine
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Yes, you can use both the AF-S 50 mm f/1.8g or the AF-S 50 mm f/1.4g
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The D5000 is compatible with the AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G. The D5000 has a DX format sensor and this lens is an FX lens. The D5000 would be able to auto focus with this lens due to the lens' autofocus motor. To see the effects of the DX and FX combination, please see the lens simulator: http://static.nikonusa.com/Lens-Sim...
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what will the focul length be on a DX body?

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It will be a 75mm equivalent.

50 x 1.5 = 75

This is how the question should have been answered in my opinion. Nikon needs to stop being lazy and actually answer; and show how they got that answer.
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The focal length is same as it is on a DX body, it does not miraulously change, however, the its the angle of view that will change. Just multiply the focal length by 1.5 and it will give you field of view of the relevant focal length on FX.
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Auto Focus Issue with D90

I just recieved my AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G and my D90 is not recognizing the lens in auto-focus mode. It functions manually - but controls blank out when auto is set. Is this a specific compatibility issue - if so - what are recommended troubleshooting steps. Thanks
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This is brand new out of the box - all contacts are clean. Swap lenses with frequency between stock lens and 300mm zoom with no issues to date on the 2 current lenses in weekly use.
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To start with make sure all the contacts between the body and lens are clean.
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Will AUTOFOCUS work with AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G lens on D3000 camera?

Autofocus is not compatible with D3000 when using AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8 D lens... need to know if AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G autofocus is compatible with D3000.
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Yes, this lens is fully compatible with the D3000.
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yes.
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35mm Vs 50 mm

I own Nikon d3100 with Kit lens. I am planning to purchase my first Prime lens. I can not decide between the afs- 35mm 1.8 and af-s 50mm 1.8.
I was wondering weather they differ in sharpness and quality or it is just the focal length.
If not,Which one can make better Bokeh?
and what is the advantage of each and which is more recommended.
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I have both but use a DX body, the 35mm is great on a DX body as its a DX format lens, the 50mm works great on an FX body, Its an FX format too, but if you put an FX lens on a DX body, you have to multiply the 50 by 1.5 and come up with a focal length of 75, they all work great but I think an FX lens on a DX body better than a DX lens on an FX body. As far as sharpness and quality, I say they are the same, I dont know about which one to buy first but I have both, bokeh has been the same on both.
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1) According to DxO labs tests, on the D90 (they have no data regarding the D3100) the AF-S f/1.8 G 35mm reaches 42 lp/mm and 50mm 1.8G only 39; but the 50mm has slightly less distortion and chromatic aberration. On real use these lenses have similar sharpness (they are both *excellent*) when used on DX bodies like your D3100 (on FX bodies the 50mm has a clear advantage).

2) Longer lenses have better out of focus background. The bokeh *quality* of them is similar, but the 50's is a bit smoother due to the longer focal length.

3) There isn't an "advantage", they are actually quite different. One is longer, the other is wider. If you intend to have an "all rounder" prime DX lens, than the 35mm is more appropriate. If you intend to do mostly portraits, the longer 50mm has more out of focus background.

4) The real advantage of these primes over zoom lenses is the large 1.8 aperture, excellent for low light necessities. But if all you care is bokeh, the AF-S 55-200 VR actually has better bokeh than *both* - for less money. Both attached pictures were taken with a D5000 and a 55-200vr lens at 200mm @ f/5.6, 1/200 shutter speed, ISO 200.
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D5000 is a crop sensor camera, Does it compromise the overall performance of AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G ?

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no but u still have the crop of 1.5
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No, beautiful lens, tack sharp, great bokeh.
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Hi! I have Nikon D60, but in the future I would like to buy D700. Will it suite for both cameras? I know that D700 is a full-frame camera.

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The D700 has an internal focus motor, whilst the D60 doesn't. Whilst this doesn't effect this lens, if you brought an older lens like the Nikkor 50mm or 85mm 1.8D you would not be able to autofocus with the D60. Also remember that the because of the 1.5x crop of the D60 you will have an equivalent focal length of 75mm (50mm) or 127.5 (85mm).
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Yes
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Will this lens work with the D3200

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Yes.
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Yes it will, full functions.
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Is this lens compatible for d3300?

I just recently bought the d3300 w/ the kit lens. Found that this is a great lens to have upon my research. Thanks!
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Yes, it is fully compatible with the D3300.
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Yes it is
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Is this lens compatible with Nikon d5100

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Yes, this AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G Lens is compatible with the D5100. For more information on choosing lenses for the D5100 please visit: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an... .
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Fully compatible.
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Is the Nikon AF-S 50mm f/1.8G compatable with the d3100?

Does this lens have the motor in it, so will it autofocus on the d3100?
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yes any nikon lens that has AF-S can autofocus with your camera
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Yes, full functions
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Can You Use This For The nikon fm 10?

will you be able to use for the nikon fm 10 camera?
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No G type lens can be used on the FM10. The FM10 requires a lens that has an aperture control ring on it.
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Can I use this lens on a Nikon D3000?

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Yes, you can use this lens with the D3000.
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Can I use this lense on a D60 and still have the Auto-Focus function?

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Location : Baltimore, MD
Age: 25-34
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Nikon Family: 6-10 years
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Role: Occasional user, memory keeper
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Yes, you can use this lens with the D60, since the lens has the AF motor built-in.
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When will be the lens available for sale in USA and India both.

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This lens was release a few days back and it will be available at dealers in the USA in 30 to 45 days. For information regarding sales in India please visit Nikon Global site www.nikon.com.
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When will this lens be available in Canada and what will the price be?

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Please visit Nikon global site for more information regarding other countries. www.nikon.com
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