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Questions & Answers
A Sorry, it does not support Nikon D5600, thanks.
A Yes, it supports in Nikon-D5200
A Sorry, no ,it has no lens hood.
A yes, it support
A Yes, it has a 12-month warranty
A yes，it is compatible with Nikon D 5500
A yes it works on your Nikon D3200 camera
A This lens is Nikon bayonet, Nikon D90 can be used
Hi Friend, our YN50mm F1.8N is compatible with Nikon D3200.
By Scasso on October 11, 2017
Hello It is not compatible Thank you
By Tyson on July 10, 2018
yes, it can work with D3000.
By Wardah on June 28, 2018
hello we have been selling lots of them without any problem
By Licaros on June 28, 2018
The N at the end of the description signifies Nikon mount, if you have an adaptor yes it will mount, but as it ships it will not fit you E mount for Sony.
By Matthias Lambert Top Contributor: Photography on May 25, 2018
It’s both digital focus and manual focus if that’s what your asking. I personally own the 35 mm and 50 mm made by yongnuo and have been very happy with them for the price. Real low light they seem to take a little longer to focus. But for the price I think they’re solid primes for your bag. I plan on getting the 100 … see more It’s both digital focus and manual focus if that’s what your asking. I personally own the 35 mm and 50 mm made by yongnuo and have been very happy with them for the price. Real low light they seem to take a little longer to focus. But for the price I think they’re solid primes for your bag. I plan on getting the 100 mm at some point. see less
By Timothy Walker on May 17, 2018
There was a firmware update since I owned the lens, that has significantly improved according to online forums. That being said the lens will auto focus with your 3000 regardless, and it is a value as long as “live-view” video or photo is not your intended shooting mode. I would also encourage you to look at Flic… see more There was a firmware update since I owned the lens, that has significantly improved according to online forums. That being said the lens will auto focus with your 3000 regardless, and it is a value as long as “live-view” video or photo is not your intended shooting mode. I would also encourage you to look at Flickr and DPreview to see more opinions and image samples. see less
By Matthias Lambert Top Contributor: Photography on May 15, 2018
yes thank you
By Gaige on May 1, 2018
The sharpness of the 50mm it's very good and the quality of the image it`s better for this focal distance in my opinion.
By Montgomery on April 24, 2018
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April 25, 2019
I just received this shot today. Surprisingly the price is amazing. It is better than the lens that comes with the Nikon D3300 (Nikkor 18-55mm and Nikkor 50-200mm). The image is clear. The ability to as low as f / 1.8 allows photographers to shoot great videos/images in low-light areas, and of course you can take portrait-style images/super-focus photos with bokeh and blurry backgrounds. I recommend using Nikkor 18-55mm to shoot/shoot any scene you want to be easy to shoot. I recommend using a Nikkor 50-200mm scene for the same purpose, as well as a farther scene. I recommend using this lens (Yongnuo 50mm f / 1.8) to shoot dynamic lenses that are perfect for moving, changing focus and making incredible shots.
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November 26, 2017
By Josh Coffey
November 21, 2017
Package arrived sooner than expected! I have been using this for about a week now, and have ran it through its paces pretty heavily. My concerns from other reviewers, and reality: Concern: Lightweight and cheap plastic:: I feel just as comfortable using it as any other Nikon lens. No concerns, honestly.
October 31, 2017
This lens is very good. I would recommend this to anyone who is trying to stay in a lower budget lens category without loosing significant quality. If it is within your budget to purchase the Nikon, I would do so. Now recommending the Nikon does not mean this a bad lens, because truthfully, It is very good, and the differences can most likely be fixed in Post-Process. The best way to look at the lenses is to compare them side by side, with identical settings, lighting, and objects. Both were shot with F1.8, the lowest value these lens's can provide. The first image is Nikon, the second is YONGNUO. The Nikon seems to have darker blacks compared to the YONGNUO and more vibrant colors before any editing, and the images seem to be slightly "white washed" but these issues could most likely be fixed while editing the photos. Personally if you can't afford the Nikon, or were looking to save some money, this is a fantastic purchase, but if you wanted slightly better quality the Nikon is better choice in my opinion. The build quality of the lens body itself is very comparable to the Nikon, and provides both manual and auto focus, but the YONGNUO does not provide an "auto manual" focus where you can still make manual adjustments while shooting in "Auto" like the Nikon 50mm 1.8. Overall the 50mm is a fantastic lens to add to your camera bag, it is one of the most versatile lens you can own, and provides fantastic background blur if you set to the lower value aperture like 1.8. The decision is yours to make. Evaluate the photos and make the determination based on the cost, as well as your opinion. I hope this review proved to be helpful! ENJOY
October 11, 2017
This came in today with on time Two-Day Shipping and I was able to take it to an Event at a local garden to test it out. The photos are actually of pretty good quality, The Manual focus is good along with the Auto. I am using this on a Nikon D5500 and the only issue I ran into was a random Error of the Camera not registering the aperture on two occasions in an hour. Not too sure on that end, but it was no fault of the lens to my knowledge. For the price, this is a very good product, photos attached from today.
By charles smith
October 11, 2017
By Mr. Tatuface
August 28, 2017
The lens is great for the price. I'm no profoto guru or anything but its pretty kick butt. Arrived quickly and securely in its packaging. No funny smells. Mounted to my camera body just right and then I noticed it. The description said it had a 52mm ring on the front. The picture said ∅58 but I gave them the benifit of the doubt as far as the pics went cause they're stock photos. My bad? Their bad? I dunno. I sent a message that said if they've got a 58mm to 52mm adapter ring I'd love one. If not it goes from a $80 lenses to an $85 lens and I'm still okay with that. Lots better than the $190+/- I was planning on spending. The motor in it is whisper quiet too. Plus the stock photos do it justice, their identical. So I look forward to my email conversation with these guys and if this is the type of lenses you want then buy it cause its a good deal.
August 15, 2017
Things that I liked about this 50mm f1.8 lens: Is it cheap? Yes Did I like f1.8 for less money than a 18-55mm f 5.6 at 50mm on DX format? Metal mount? Yes, it fits perfectly. Does it expose consistently well? Yes Does it autofocus well on my D3400, D7000, D810, and even on my D500 and N80 cameras? Yes Did I like that it autofocuses on a D40, D60, D3xxx, D5xxx camera without the in-body AF motor? Yes. Faster AF than Nikon -D lenses? Yes. Quiter the AF-D lenses? Yes. Runs OK at 10 fps? Yes Does it feels like a Cannon lens? Yes, Nikon? Maybe. Did I removed the blue plastic (front and back) lens protector plastic so I can get normal colored pictures? Yes Did I put a good Hoya filter in from of it? Yes. Did I run it against the 50mm 1.4f AF-D, the Sigma 18-200 OS, the Nikon 28-300mm, the Nikon AF-P 18-55, the Nikon AF-SII 18-55 and did not see much difference at the same aperture? Yes. Was there much difference? No. Did I see any more glare than the Nikon lenses? NO Did I like the bouquet? Yes Is it sharp? Yes, (at least were it matters on 80% of the center of the frame). Did I say... Is it cheap? Yes.. LOL. What I did not like: - No weather seal. - Focus scale moves the oposite than the focus ring. - No manual focus override while in autofocus. You have to use a switch like the old lenses. - No VR, but f1.8 is waaayyyy faster than f5.6 on a DX 18-55mm.. - Filter thread size is 58mm not 52mm as listed. So, you do the math. For me, and for non-critical work were you are not going to print mural size prints. I think it is worth the try. Time will tel how long it will last. Happy shooting!
By emanuel r.
July 25, 2017
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The lens is great on my Nikon D3000. Motor is a little louder than my Nikon kit lens but for portraits and concerts I don't foresee that even being noticeable or distracting. As other reviews have mentioned, to put the lens on and to remove isn't as smooth as a Nikon lens and lighter. I personally like that the lens is lighter. Works in both manual and auto focus. It's worth giving the lens a try.
July 5, 2017
The lens performs exactly as I anticipated. The previous reviewers' assessments have been on point. It takes a moment to find focus sometimes, but eventually always finds it. Auto focus works with Nikon D3300. What can you hate about a well-performing 50mm prime for less than $100???
June 21, 2017
I love this lens! For the $50 or so it cost I am very happy. It is very fast, has fantastic Bokeh and produces great images. On occasion, it has trouble being recognized by my camera but after a quick re attach it seems to fix that issue and only happens rarely. Autofocus works great but is a little loud. Not an issue for stills but it will be picked up on video. Overall its a solidly built lens and I am very very happy with it. Def worth the cost.
By Robert L.
June 13, 2017
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