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Manual focused at f2.8, this 50f1.4G lens is very easy to MF and MF ring is quite precise like a real MF lens.
for me that alone justifies the extra cost for this lens over the new AFS50f1.8G.
but the new lens is small and very sharp in the corners and at f4 or f5.6 it gets as sharp as we can ever record with DXO analizer pro.
so if you shoot it always at f2.8 and on and always use AF , then there is no reason to get this AFS50f1.4G, just get the new lens AFS50f1.8G and save some(the AFS50f1.8G is actually a bit sharper in the corners and edges).
but at f2.8 and wider aperture , the AFS50f1.4G is actually sharper and it is easier to MF.
I usually use it for portrait or low light and I mostly MF this lens so I really like it and I think it is one of these best bargain lenses out there in any mount.
I also have the AFS85f1.4G ,which is a super sharp lens but seldome used because it is a bit too long on my D7000 and I dont have my D700 with me now.
Probably if I still shoot my D700 most of times , I am sure I use the 85G more often and this one less often , I dont really like native 50mm focal length of this lens but I love it when it is mounted on a DX.
I also love AFS35f1.4G but it must be used on a FF, IMHO, or it is a big waste.
So, I am eargerly waiting for a next gen FF , hope the D800 gets more than 24mp , if not I will pass it , 20mp is not good enough for a good A3 print that I often make out of my Canon 9900 printer.
At least we need 24mp for a good A3 quality print.
Anyway, it is aamzing how great(in terms of pure IQ and usability in real life) these tiny cheap primes get sometimes.
If you compare the AFS50f.4G or f1.8G to the old D or the AIS , I think yuou'd be shocked to realize how much sharper these new G series primes are than the gen old D's.
I think I will get both Nikon D800 and EOS5DMK3 but hope either of them gets at least 32mp.
Comparing D50 vs D700 Front
Biggest difference that is really obvious from the front is the the D700 is much bigger (and heavier) than the D50. After taing off the lens from the D50 is surprising how little it weighs. The D50 feels much flimsier than the D700. The biggest things about the front: the apeture dial on the right, a DOF preview button and the function button. The D700 also has an extra setting on the AF/M switch for continuous autofocus which is nice. Already I really really like this camera but there are a few things about it that make me scratch my head. The biggest is that the shutter release is smushy as hell. I really like the solid stop you can feel on the D50 half-way down where the camera autofocuses. The other thing that is odd is the pop-up flash. One of the first things I bought for the D50 was a SB-600 flash and I imagine anyone who wants to shell out the dough for a D700 probably owns a flash. Plus the noise is so slow at ISO-1600+ that in situations where I wouldn't be using my speedlight but need a flash I wouldn't want to use it anyway.
Oh and the strap for the D700 is retarded, it feels worse than the D50's strap and it advertises in big yellow letters D700 FX . . . I mean I like showing off and all but I was happy with just "Nikon"
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