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Nikon AF-S FX NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G Lens with Auto Focus for Nikon DSLR Cameras

$120.00


Nikon no longer makes any good, reasonably priced midrange FX zooms

Nikon DX lenses are generally smaller and lighter than Nikon FX lenses because less glass and a smaller lens barrel is required to produce an equivalent field of view for a lens that goes on an DX camera, like the Nikon D5300 and D3200 lines, when compared to a full frame camera. Additionally, as mentioned above, the DX line of lenses are generally more affordable.

Nikon DX lenses are generally smaller and lighter than Nikon FX lenses because less glass and a smaller lens barrel is required to produce an equivalent field of view for a lens that goes on an DX camera, like the Nikon D5300 and D3200 lines, when compared to a full frame camera. Additionally, as mentioned above, the DX line of lenses are generally more affordable.

Nikon discontinued them all, ..

  • 155) Piyush Bhatt
    August 18, 2012 at 5:45 am

    Thanks for the information. You have talked about FX lens on DX body.
    How about DX lens on FX body does it go well equally. eg Nikon D800 body with 18-300 mm NiKon DX lens. Is there any major disadvantage compared to 28-300 mm Nikon FX lens.

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  • See Nikon Lens Compatibility for what does what on the D700.

    Thanks for the information. You have talked about FX lens on DX body.
    How about DX lens on FX body does it go well equally. eg Nikon D800 body with 18-300 mm NiKon DX lens. Is there any major disadvantage compared to 28-300 mm Nikon FX lens.