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The Best Budget Camera Lenses. Various lenses with different physical and relative aperture sizes.

The Best Budget Camera Lenses

If you’re shopping for a new lens of some sort, you’ve come to just the right place. As per the results of my recent reader polls, here is a list of the best lenses you can get your hands on without breaking the bank too much. Edit: Due to popularity of this posting, Amazon links have also been inserted. Please support The Phoblographer. Edit 1/2/2010: I have updated this list to include Pentax and Sony lenses due to popular demand. Edit 4/14/2013: And we’ve edited the list again Edit 3/7/2014: Updated list Canon Canon 50mm F1.8/F1.4- When I first moved to Canon, I started out with the Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II . If you can afford it, the Canon EF 50mm f1.4 USM is much better and is one of Canon’s best buys. Canon 100mm Macro 2.8- Known as one of Canon’s sharpest lenses, users will appreciate the versatility available with using a lens like this.

Nikon D7000 Prime Lenses. Nikon 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX Lens for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras: Camera & Photo. Nikon 50mm primes. Nikon 50mm f/1.8 D Review. Home Donate New Search Gallery Reviews How-To Books Links Workshops About Contact Nikon 50mm f/1.8 D © 2010-2012 Intro Specifications Performance Recommendations Nikon 50mm f/1.8 AF-D. (52mm filters, 5.5 oz./157g, about $125.) enlarge.

Nikon 50mm f/1.8 D Review

My biggest source of support is when you use these links, especially this one directly to it at Adorama or at Amazon, when you get anything, regardless of the country in which you live. Thank you! September 2012, June 2011, 2008 More Nikon Reviews Nikon Lenses All Reviews NEW: Nikon 50mm f/1.8 G. How This Lens is Great for Low Light Sample Images from California's Central Coast June 2010 Introduction top This is Nikon's latest 50mm lens which replaces the 50mm f/1.8 AF (non D). This unassuming lens is the best budget choice for a D3 or D700, much better than any zoom, to get you the fast autofocus, great low-light performance and the sharpness for which you bought a D3 or D700 in the first place.

Compatibility Production History Specifications top. For both the f/1.4 and the f/1.8. Nikon 50mm Review Check Latest Lens Prices The Nikon 50mm 1.4 is one of my two favorite people-shot lenses!

For both the f/1.4 and the f/1.8

It’s tied with the 85mm — see my Nikon 85mm Review. I do NOT own the Nikon 50mm 1.8 lens, but it is a cheaper version of the 1.4 above. The only difference is that it has a slightly more forgiving depth-of-field. Why the 50mm Lens Rocks This 50mm is a fantastic lens! The greatest thing about this lens is that f/1.4. 1) You have a very shallow Depth of Field (DOF), which means that your subject will be in sharp focus and everything else will be deliciously out of focus. 2) You can shoot in very low light conditions without a flash, giving your photos a very natural look. See those two reasons? Beyond that, there is one thing to watch out for. Note that if you get the 1.8 version of the 50mm lens, you will not have this issue. However like I said, having just one feature of the face in focus can be a very nice effect. It’s a very very tiny lens and can easily fit in your jeans pocket. Nikon 50mm f/1.4G SIC SW Prime Nikkor Lens for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras: Camera & Photo.

Nikon AF-S 35mm f/1.8 G DX vs. Nikon AF 50mm f/1.8 D « No sé ni cómo te atreves. Algunas de las entradas sobre fotografía que he ido escribiendo en el blog tratan temas basados en dudas que me han llegado por e-mail o que he visto por varios foros de Internet y que considero pueden ser de interés general.

Nikon AF-S 35mm f/1.8 G DX vs. Nikon AF 50mm f/1.8 D « No sé ni cómo te atreves

Entre ellas, una muy recurrente es la que voy a plantear hoy; y es que de hecho en la última semana me han llegado dos correos preguntándome exactamente la misma cuestión: Entre los objetivos Nikon AF 50mm f/1.8 y Nikon AF-S 35mm f/1.8 G DX, ¿cuál elegir para una cámara DX? En principio es una duda muy general que habría que estudiar para cada usuario y para cada cámara, y precisamente por eso lo que voy a hacer es dar unos puntos básicos a tener en cuenta y que a grandes rasgos serán los que a cada fotógrafo le den la pauta sobre qué óptica se adapta más a sus necesidades. ¡Vamos allá! Autofocus Lo primero a tener en cuenta es si la cámara donde se montará el objetivo tiene motor de enfoque en el cuerpo. Compatibilidad Punto de vista.