9 out of 10 points and recommendedLow light, speedautofocus speed
This is a great lens that you should consider to buy, but be aware that it doesn't work with all Digital camera bodies these days.reviewed October 22nd, 2012 (purchased for $250)
It takes great pictures, but these days you should consider the 50mm 1.8g
8 out of 10 points and recommendedSharpness, great pictures, smallNeeds to stop down a bit
A very nice lens where you get really some value for the money.reviewed October 22nd, 2012 (purchased for $130)
But if you have the money you should consider going for the 50mm 1.8g, which I consider to be the better lens in the 50mm batch...
9 out of 10 points and recommendedvery sharp, great bokehcould have better autofocus speed
A very sharp lens which is very sharp and creates great bokeh if you use it as a portrait lens or other places where bokeh is important.reviewed October 22nd, 2012 (purchased for $400)
But you should consider buying the 50mm 1.8g which is cheaper, but has almost the same picture quality.
9 out of 10 points and recommendedSharpness, bokehcould have better build quality
Great lens that I consider to be the best 50mm Nikon lens that you can buy with almost as great picture quality as the 1.4g.reviewed October 22nd, 2012 (purchased for $250)
10 out of 10 points and recommendedVery sharp, great colors, VERY wide on FXDoesn't take standard filters
This is just so a wonderful lens and one I just love to shoot with, but I have to get used to how wide it is on FX, but I guess this will come with time.reviewed November 3rd, 2012 (purchased for $1,800)
If you are considering the lens or just want to know more about the lens I have collected a number of articles about the lens here: http://www.photospots.dk/p/nikon-zoom.html