The Nikkor AF-S 50mm f/1.8 G is a product that has taken everyone by surprise. Prior to an unfortunate leak on the Nikon website, no one had a clue that the company was upgrading the old, yet very popular AF-D 50/1.8. There were, rather, many other items in Nikon’s kitty that needed an upgradation over this. Nikon however has a good logic behind this move. Since Nikon’s ordinary lenses are pretty inexpensive, most people buy them as their main, initial lens. As a result, these lenses sell like hot cake.
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The Nikon Nikkor 18-55 VR is a great DX lens. The field-of-view exposure is 27-82.5mm. As a result, it doesn’t have the greatest of speeds but it surely envelops a very good stretch. Even with the presence of VR, the lens is almost as expensive as its precursor, priced at €100 / $130. This, to a great extent proves that there are very few changes in the built-in quality. The plastic used to make the body, including the lens, is of poor quality. However, this isn’t a real problem and can be found in entry level cameras of most companies.