• Nikon AF S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G Fixed Lens with Auto Focus for Nikon DSLR Cameras
  • Nikon AF S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G Fixed Lens with Auto Focus for Nikon DSLR Cameras
  • Nikon AF S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G Fixed Lens with Auto Focus for Nikon DSLR Cameras
  • Nikon AF S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G Fixed Lens with Auto Focus for Nikon DSLR Cameras
Nikon AF S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G Fixed Lens with Auto Focus for Nikon DSLR Cameras
Nikon AF S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G Fixed Lens with Auto Focus for Nikon DSLR Cameras
Nikon AF S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G Fixed Lens with Auto Focus for Nikon DSLR Cameras
Nikon AF S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G Fixed Lens with Auto Focus for Nikon DSLR Cameras

Nikon AF S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G Fixed Lens with Auto Focus for Nikon DSLR Cameras

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  • Fast aperture medium telephoto lens
  • Internal Focus, Focal Length: 85 mm, Minimum Focus Range: 0.80 m
  • Silent Wave Motor (SWM). Number of diaphragm blades:7 (rounded diaphragm opening)
  • M/A focus mode switch. Filter-attachment size is 67 mm (P=0.75 mm)
  • Nikon Super Integrated Coating (SIC)
  • 85mm Fixed Lens, Maximum Reproduction Ratio 0.12 x

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Phenomenal lens I'll admit, the price of this lens compared to the 85mm 1.4 made it immensely more appealing. I tried out a friend's 1.4 and it performed amazingly, as expected; however this 1.8 comes remarkably close and will not disappoint you. I've only been using it for a day now and did a few test shots on my Nikon D750 as well as my D3200 (I know it's an FX lens but it still performed amazingly on my DX too). The bokeh is very smooth and can be achieved almost effortlessly. If you're looking for a prime portrait lens you will not be disappointed. Here's a photo of my daughter I quickly snapped as a test shot. I'll update more when I do a session with this lens. 5Amazing portrait lens! One of my favorite lenses by far. Perfect for portraits and getting amazing bokeh. Lens is fast and great in low light. Definitely a must have for my D750. 5Amazing Photos, Slow Autofocus I find it pretty much impossible to photograph any moving object with this lens and the D500 because the focus motors in this lens are horribly slow. Poor autofocus will cause many images with moving subjects to be out of focus and therefore look terrible. When you do nail focus, the images look amazing and the bokeh is very nice as well, but this lens is better suited to stationary portrait subjects than anything moving. I also have the Sony 85mm f/1.8 and that lens is sharp and has very fast AF, so I don't know why Nikon dropped the ball on this one. The only way I can get this lens to work for me is to pre focus at a certain distance and then shoot moving subjects at 10 frames per second so when I shoot 30 shots, I get one with tack sharp focus... 3Bang for your buck. Period. I love this lens. It doesn't leave my camera. Period. The only time it does is when I need to shoot a group of people and I'm in a cramped setting. But when I'm shooting a wedding, an engagement session, an athlete, a family or a child this lens absolutely cannot be beat. (Especially for the price). At the moment I'm trying to decide if I want to "upgrade" to the sigma 85mm 1.4 or the Nikon 85mm 1.4 but for the time being I absolute could not be happier. Get this lens!!!(I shoot with a Nikon D610) 5On a crop sensor like my D500 it's magic I've been shooting for almost 10 years, I'm a Commercial Photographer shooting on a Nikon D750 and D500. I've had dozens of lenses DX and FX, but this is hands down the sharpest, cleanest lens I've ever used. On a crop sensor like my D500 it's magic. Forget the 35mm f/1.8 or the 50mm f/1.4, spend the extra money and get this if you're doing any kind of portrait or commercial work. The bokeh is creamy and clean on my D500 up to ISO 8000. On my D750 it's still a really great lens, Bokeh is obviously not as good as when it's mounted to the D500, but it's still tack sharp at any distance. I would pay twice the price for this lens after using it. Stop reading reviews, order it, order it now. 5Nothing beats a prime lens I just purchased this lens and got it tested right away. Love it soon as I took the first shot. Very sharp, good contrast, lightweight, fast glass at a reasonable price. A good addition to my 20mm 1.8G and 50mm 1.8G. Regrettably sold my 35mm 1.8G. I like using prime lenses. They lighter, cheaper (1.4 is an exception) and sharper that most pro zoom lenses. Photography is a hobby and I would not want to spend a lot for pro zooms that is why I settled on the next best thing. I use an old Nikon 35-70 f2.8D and the Nikon 80-200 f2.8D instead. Now that I have the 85mm prime I do not need to haul my 80-200. I might be able to sell it in the future. I could use it as well with my new Panasonic G85 with my Metabones adapter for travel portraiture. This lens and the 20mm is all I need with my D610. Took some snapshots soon as it arrived today. Not bad results for test shots. I am really impressed with this lens. 5Great Lens, great value! Love this lens. I've been pining for one of these from some time. I rented it for a shoot in New York for a week and bought it because I didn't want to be without it. It's plastic so you won't be hammering nails but it's a great lens to have i your tool kit. I got this primarily for portrait use, as it was made for but it's something nice to pull out of the bag for other uses. I've shot a few frames with it ringside at a boxing match but found it shined with those in-between round, corner shots. Attached are a few samples of my photos with it. If you are into portraiture, buy this lens. If you have a crop sensor camera, your field of view will be 127.5mm so keep that in mind if you're shooting in a small space. If that is the case, I recommend either a 50mm f1.8. I heard the 60mm f2.8D is good but I have yet to shoot with it. 5I have a 35mm prime lens.... I love prime lenses for their low light abilities, background blur, and my ability to "see" the shot before I take it because the distance is set. I am just a hobbiest and small business here....but when I did all my exhaustive research on this lens I couldn't quite find answers to this question so I thought it might be helpful to someone else. Forgive me for not being exactly technical or savvy on all the details...I already have a 35mm lens....will this replace it? I was hopeful that it would just so I could sell and make some money to offset the cost of this lens but No - it will be it's new best friend. :D The two are a perfect pairing. 35mm is great for everyday use. It sees as my eye sees and it's so easy to catch great photos and you wont find yourself limited in a small room (too far/too close). The aperature/background blur looks professional, it's lightweight and short so it's easy to take anywhere. This 85 has the same aperature but because you're increasing the space between you and your subject the blur is gorgeous especially for portraits. At quick glance you won't notice a huge difference in the blur but it is enough to make me very happy with my purchase. It's obviously a good bit longer (and heavier) which has pros and cons to the 35mm. The first being that I don't have to be so close to my subjects. With adults this is a plus as I feel they feel more comfortable when my lens is not up in their face. With small children this is a con as it limits the interactions I'm able to have with them since I'm so far away. In some instances I find it's a perfect length and I have to do less chasing to get my photo, in others I find myself in the street to get the shot I want of my kids in the front yard. It just depends on your environment. This is not an ideal indoor lens. It's too long and you wont get anything but heads. Birthday parties, family get togethers...this is not your lens. But take it outdoors and FALL in love with it. My point is - if you had to pick just one lens, the 35mm is the most versatile but the 85mm is it's prettier, older sister. :) I am quickly seeing how I love having the 85mm in my life. 5Grand Slam Could not be more pleased with this glass. All my lenses are Nikkor: albeit most are AF-D types. Using primarily on a D7100. Highly recommended for the more experienced photographer who can obtain outstanding results on their carry-all cameras. Also, perfect for the beginner looking for great sharpness right from the start of their photographic journeys. No lens tuning required on mine whatsoever. Colors are rendered perfectly. Great purchase for the budget minded as well. Thanks Nikon, your reputation glows with this guy. 5Great lens - inspect upon arrival This lens is just awesome, especially on an FX body. It gives the perfectly out of focus backgrounds (bokeh) you're looking for on portraits and close ups. It's sharp enough wide open and gets sharper if you stop it down a little. This lens might be a little long on an DX body, giving a focal length of about 127mm, but still performs great since you're just using the best part of the lens - the center. The AF-S focus is quick, similar to the rest of the refreshed 1.8 primes, but not as fast as the professional level zooms. Just get one, you won't regret it.It's worth noting that if you're purchasing here on Amazon, check your lens over thoroughly upon arrival. The first lens I received was obviously well used! While the Amazon box was still taped, and the Nikon box was well packaged within, the lens had been swapped at some point. Upon opening the Nikon box, it looked like a child had crammed all the parts into the box! The warranty paperwork wasn't complete, the manual was ripped, and the lens itself was not properly fitted into the protective plastic. 5
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Phenomenal lens I'll admit, the price of this lens compared to the 85mm 1.4 made it immensely more appealing. I tried out a friend's 1.4 and it performed amazingly, as expected; however this 1.8 comes remarkably close and will not disappoint you. I've only been using it for a day now and did a few test shots on my Nikon D750 as well as my D3200 (I know it's an FX lens but it still performed amazingly on my DX too). The bokeh is very smooth and can be achieved almost effortlessly. If you're looking for a prime portrait lens you will not be disappointed. Here's a photo of my daughter I quickly snapped as a test shot. I'll update more when I do a session with this lens. 5Amazing portrait lens! One of my favorite lenses by far. Perfect for portraits and getting amazing bokeh. Lens is fast and great in low light. Definitely a must have for my D750. 5Amazing Photos, Slow Autofocus I find it pretty much impossible to photograph any moving object with this lens and the D500 because the focus motors in this lens are horribly slow. Poor autofocus will cause many images with moving subjects to be out of focus and therefore look terrible. When you do nail focus, the images look amazing and the bokeh is very nice as well, but this lens is better suited to stationary portrait subjects than anything moving. I also have the Sony 85mm f/1.8 and that lens is sharp and has very fast AF, so I don't know why Nikon dropped the ball on this one. The only way I can get this lens to work for me is to pre focus at a certain distance and then shoot moving subjects at 10 frames per second so when I shoot 30 shots, I get one with tack sharp focus... 3Bang for your buck. Period. I love this lens. It doesn't leave my camera. Period. The only time it does is when I need to shoot a group of people and I'm in a cramped setting. But when I'm shooting a wedding, an engagement session, an athlete, a family or a child this lens absolutely cannot be beat. (Especially for the price). At the moment I'm trying to decide if I want to "upgrade" to the sigma 85mm 1.4 or the Nikon 85mm 1.4 but for the time being I absolute could not be happier. Get this lens!!!(I shoot with a Nikon D610) 5On a crop sensor like my D500 it's magic I've been shooting for almost 10 years, I'm a Commercial Photographer shooting on a Nikon D750 and D500. I've had dozens of lenses DX and FX, but this is hands down the sharpest, cleanest lens I've ever used. On a crop sensor like my D500 it's magic. Forget the 35mm f/1.8 or the 50mm f/1.4, spend the extra money and get this if you're doing any kind of portrait or commercial work. The bokeh is creamy and clean on my D500 up to ISO 8000. On my D750 it's still a really great lens, Bokeh is obviously not as good as when it's mounted to the D500, but it's still tack sharp at any distance. I would pay twice the price for this lens after using it. Stop reading reviews, order it, order it now. 5Nothing beats a prime lens I just purchased this lens and got it tested right away. Love it soon as I took the first shot. Very sharp, good contrast, lightweight, fast glass at a reasonable price. A good addition to my 20mm 1.8G and 50mm 1.8G. Regrettably sold my 35mm 1.8G. I like using prime lenses. They lighter, cheaper (1.4 is an exception) and sharper that most pro zoom lenses. Photography is a hobby and I would not want to spend a lot for pro zooms that is why I settled on the next best thing. I use an old Nikon 35-70 f2.8D and the Nikon 80-200 f2.8D instead. Now that I have the 85mm prime I do not need to haul my 80-200. I might be able to sell it in the future. I could use it as well with my new Panasonic G85 with my Metabones adapter for travel portraiture. This lens and the 20mm is all I need with my D610. Took some snapshots soon as it arrived today. Not bad results for test shots. I am really impressed with this lens. 5Great Lens, great value! Love this lens. I've been pining for one of these from some time. I rented it for a shoot in New York for a week and bought it because I didn't want to be without it. It's plastic so you won't be hammering nails but it's a great lens to have i your tool kit. I got this primarily for portrait use, as it was made for but it's something nice to pull out of the bag for other uses. I've shot a few frames with it ringside at a boxing match but found it shined with those in-between round, corner shots. Attached are a few samples of my photos with it. If you are into portraiture, buy this lens. If you have a crop sensor camera, your field of view will be 127.5mm so keep that in mind if you're shooting in a small space. If that is the case, I recommend either a 50mm f1.8. I heard the 60mm f2.8D is good but I have yet to shoot with it. 5I have a 35mm prime lens.... I love prime lenses for their low light abilities, background blur, and my ability to "see" the shot before I take it because the distance is set. I am just a hobbiest and small business here....but when I did all my exhaustive research on this lens I couldn't quite find answers to this question so I thought it might be helpful to someone else. Forgive me for not being exactly technical or savvy on all the details...I already have a 35mm lens....will this replace it? I was hopeful that it would just so I could sell and make some money to offset the cost of this lens but No - it will be it's new best friend. :D The two are a perfect pairing. 35mm is great for everyday use. It sees as my eye sees and it's so easy to catch great photos and you wont find yourself limited in a small room (too far/too close). The aperature/background blur looks professional, it's lightweight and short so it's easy to take anywhere. This 85 has the same aperature but because you're increasing the space between you and your subject the blur is gorgeous especially for portraits. At quick glance you won't notice a huge difference in the blur but it is enough to make me very happy with my purchase. It's obviously a good bit longer (and heavier) which has pros and cons to the 35mm. The first being that I don't have to be so close to my subjects. With adults this is a plus as I feel they feel more comfortable when my lens is not up in their face. With small children this is a con as it limits the interactions I'm able to have with them since I'm so far away. In some instances I find it's a perfect length and I have to do less chasing to get my photo, in others I find myself in the street to get the shot I want of my kids in the front yard. It just depends on your environment. This is not an ideal indoor lens. It's too long and you wont get anything but heads. Birthday parties, family get togethers...this is not your lens. But take it outdoors and FALL in love with it. My point is - if you had to pick just one lens, the 35mm is the most versatile but the 85mm is it's prettier, older sister. :) I am quickly seeing how I love having the 85mm in my life. 5Grand Slam Could not be more pleased with this glass. All my lenses are Nikkor: albeit most are AF-D types. Using primarily on a D7100. Highly recommended for the more experienced photographer who can obtain outstanding results on their carry-all cameras. Also, perfect for the beginner looking for great sharpness right from the start of their photographic journeys. No lens tuning required on mine whatsoever. Colors are rendered perfectly. Great purchase for the budget minded as well. Thanks Nikon, your reputation glows with this guy. 5Great lens - inspect upon arrival This lens is just awesome, especially on an FX body. It gives the perfectly out of focus backgrounds (bokeh) you're looking for on portraits and close ups. It's sharp enough wide open and gets sharper if you stop it down a little. This lens might be a little long on an DX body, giving a focal length of about 127mm, but still performs great since you're just using the best part of the lens - the center. The AF-S focus is quick, similar to the rest of the refreshed 1.8 primes, but not as fast as the professional level zooms. Just get one, you won't regret it.It's worth noting that if you're purchasing here on Amazon, check your lens over thoroughly upon arrival. The first lens I received was obviously well used! While the Amazon box was still taped, and the Nikon box was well packaged within, the lens had been swapped at some point. Upon opening the Nikon box, it looked like a child had crammed all the parts into the box! The warranty paperwork wasn't complete, the manual was ripped, and the lens itself was not properly fitted into the protective plastic. 5
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