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Nikon Nikkor Z 50 Mm F/1.8 S Camera Lens (20083)- Black

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  • Rs. 43,000 - December 2, 2023
  • Rs. 42,490 - November 9, 2023
  • Rs. 41,999 - November 7, 2023
  • Rs. 42,000 - November 6, 2023
  • Rs. 41,997 - November 4, 2023
  • Rs. 42,502 - November 3, 2023
  • Rs. 41,999 - October 31, 2023
  • Rs. 41,998 - October 27, 2023
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Nikon Nikkor Z 50 Mm F/1.8 S Camera Lens (20083)- Black
Nikon Nikkor Z 50 Mm F/1.8 S Camera Lens (20083)- Black

Original price was: ₹50,950.Current price is: ₹43,000.

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Rs. 43,000 Rs. 50,950
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Price history for Nikon Nikkor Z 50 Mm F/1.8 S Camera Lens (20083)- Black
Latest updates:
  • Rs. 43,000 - December 2, 2023
  • Rs. 42,490 - November 9, 2023
  • Rs. 41,999 - November 7, 2023
  • Rs. 42,000 - November 6, 2023
  • Rs. 41,997 - November 4, 2023
  • Rs. 42,502 - November 3, 2023
  • Rs. 41,999 - October 31, 2023
  • Rs. 41,998 - October 27, 2023
Since: October 27, 2023
  • Highest Price: Rs. 43,000 - December 2, 2023
  • Lowest Price: Rs. 41,997 - November 4, 2023

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Specification: Nikon Nikkor Z 50 Mm F/1.8 S Camera Lens (20083)- Black

Brand

‎Nikon

Manufacturer

‎Nikon

Model

‎20083

Model Name

‎Z 50 mm

Model Year

‎2018

Product Dimensions

‎8.64 x 7.62 x 7.62 cm, 412.77 Grams

Item model number

‎20083

Computer Memory Type

‎Unknown

Mounting Hardware

‎Lens

Number of items

‎1

Image stabilization technology

‎Optical

Has Image Stabilisation

‎No

Aspect Ratio

‎Unknown

Minimum diaphragm opening

‎16

Min Focal Length

‎50

Batteries Included

‎No

Batteries Required

‎No

Form Factor

‎Mirrorless

Lens type

‎Standard

Has Auto Focus

‎Yes

Is there a timer

‎No

Includes AC Adapter

‎No

Country of Origin

‎Japan

Item Weight

‎413 g

Reviews (10)

10 reviews for Nikon Nikkor Z 50 Mm F/1.8 S Camera Lens (20083)- Black

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  1. Andrew Austin

    This is the best 50mm I have ever used!
    Stunning images, beautiful lens

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  2. Sumit

    Love the lens!!! Great product

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  3. Abhishek Nair

    Very sharp lens compared to other Nikkor Z lenses. I also had a Nikkor Z 40mm f2 and the picture quality difference is huge in terms of sharpness.

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  4. ChaliKahani

    Just one of those very rare moments these days where performance beats price. This thing is amazing for what you pay for it. A “Prime” lens that relatively doesn’t cost your kidney and lung to get it. It may not be “cheap” (for you) in price but you are not going to find anything in this price range with comparable specs that outperforms this on a “Z mount” today. Don’t waste your time and money on trying to get something else to imitate this lens… You’ve bought an expensive camera – DON’T CHEAP OUT NOW!

    Bright, sharp images with natural, well-defined colours, and micro-contrast that you often don’t notice in other lenses. Sharpness right across the image corner to corner at wide-open. Bokeh is artistically dreamy and typically Nikon. There’s little to no messing about with the images straight out of the camera in your Photo software either. So easy to work with…

    You may pay less for other brands but you will ALWAYS find compromises in those when comparing to this lens, right? So why not get the “standard”?

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  5. Rishav

    Its one of the best 50mm that money can buy. I know its F/1.8, but you will not be disappointed. If you happen to pair it up with Z7ii or Z9; with appropriate lighting (natural or flash), you are promised to get stunning images. 50mm is my to go for all events, portraits and sometimes even landscape (though < 25mm is suited for that). I have also used it with Z50 and got phenomenal results. I would just buy it for keepsake even given the quality of glass.

    Yes, I realize priced much more than the F mount 50mm; but this is special. Would you need f/1.2 ? Well depends on the depth of field and your style. But f/1.8 is the must have IMHO.

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  6. Aditya Rao

    All the reviews about this lens which you find on YouTube are accurate. I was sceptical about those reviews because of how overtly positive they were, but now I know why. Attaching some sample images from this lens- probably the images might get compressed while being uploaded here so don’t judge the sharpness via these pics. They were taken using a Z6 (haven’t added any sharpness in post). This lens is very sharp, produces the perfect level of contrast and has no chromatic abberation at all !

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  7. Abhishek Nair

    Super Sharp
    Superfast AF
    I attached 2 pictures one is originl straight out of camera and the other is cropped.
    And of course the colors are brilliant.
    Cost wise i don’t think it’s over priced for the results it gives. For whom this is costly can use the 50mm 1.8g with FTZ adapter. That’s also good but this is much more better. If you want to invest in a 50mm don’t think much.

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  8. JP

    This far surpasses any other 50mm from any other brand in existence at this price. The sharpness and the color contrast are on some other level. It smokes the sigma 50mm art and equals Ziess glass worth 4-5 times more.
    Don’t be fooled by the 50 1.8, it’s as good as a 50mm gets. Simply put, doesn’t want to come off my z6.

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  9. JP

    I like its sharpness, AF, weather seal design, ease of handling. All Z series owners must own a copy of this, from casual photographer to serious wedding shooter with a flexible to tight budget. You will definitely be amazed after seeing the results it produces. It gives VR when with Z5, 6 & 7 due to IBIS, but not with Z50.

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  10. Rishav

    There is a lot of hype around these lenses, and I believe it lives up to them. Incredible sharpness, focus speed, and the background separation is very satisfying, too. Only thing missing is the image stabilization, which would’ve been a welcome feature for those using budget Z-line cameras like the Z50, but I haven’t had any major issues yet, especially since I can use higher shutter speeds at wider apertures like f1.8 or even 2.8.

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