Is Nikon 50mm 1.4 D or 1.4 G?
So, is the new Nikon 50mm f/1.4G worth the upgrade? Absolutely! Although the focus speed is slightly slower when compared to the older 50mm AF-D lens, there are many more benefits to the new 50mm lens, including increased sharpness and better bokeh.
What is the difference between G and D lenses Nikon?
The D lenses are the older lenses that were created for SLR cameras that do not have certain features. The G lenses were created to compliment more modern SLR cameras that have more advanced features. The feature that G lenses complement is the ability of the camera to dictate the aperture.
What is the Nikon 50mm 1.8 lens used for?
Whether you’re shooting portraits, food or nature—indoors or outdoors—the AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G renders a beautiful, natural background blur (Bokeh) at its wider aperture settings. And its 50mm focal length is perfect for creating natural perspective in your photographs.
What is the difference between Nikkor and Nikon?
But one thing is easy enough to remember: Nikon lenses are all branded Nikkor, the name of the company’s lens subsidiary. These lenses come in all kinds of shapes and sizes and have a huge range of uses, but anything labeled “Nikkon” was made by and is supported by Nikon.
What do Nikon D numbers mean?
The higher the number the newer. So D4 is newer than D3. There are sometimes variants such as D3S which is specialized for low-light and D3X which is specialized for high-resolution. Three-digit DSLRs are semi-professional cameras, both APS-C crop and Full frame.
What does a 50mm f/1.4 do?
Expert at Depth of Field and Bokeh The 50mm f/1.4 offers awesome depth-of-field options. You can have just one small part in focus with the rest of the photo dropping away into creamy bokeh. You can also open that aperture all the way up to f/1.4 when you don’t have much light to work with.
Why is it called Nikkor?
The Nikkor brand was introduced in 1932, a Westernised rendering of an earlier version Nikkō (日光), an abbreviation of the company’s original full name Nippon Kōgaku (“Japan Optics”; 日本光学工業株式会社). (Nikkō also means “sunlight” and is the name of a Japanese town.)