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50mm Lenses for less than $100 that have a f/2.8 or faster aperture

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Nikon Nikkor 50mm f/1.4D

Nikon Nikkor  50mm f/1.4D

"I bought this lens for portraits and low-light sporting events. It takes amazing photos. I recently used it to shot an evening youth football game and couldn't have been happier. I would definitely recommend this lens to everyone." bhphotovideo.com

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Aperture f/1.4
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Weight 230 g
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Focus motor None
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Auto focus Yes
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Diameter 64 mm
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Zoom range 1x
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Length 43 mm
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Fisheye No
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Nikon Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D

Nikon Nikkor  50mm f/1.8D

"Perfect photos at 65 mph at f8 @1/800! This lens lets in lots of light so I can use a fast shutter and get absolutely no blur at highway speeds." bhphotovideo.com

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Aperture f/1.8
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Weight 156 g
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Focus motor None
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Auto focus Yes
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Diameter 64 mm
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Zoom range 1x
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Length 38 mm
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Fisheye No
#3

Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II

Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II

"I purchased this lens because it's small, sharp, fast, light and cheap. Something I can put on my Canon body and take with me on business trips " bhphotovideo.com

 
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Silent focus motor
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Silent and fast
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Aperture f/1.8
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Weight 130 g
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Focus motor Generic motor
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Auto focus Yes
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Diameter 69 mm
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Zoom range 1x
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Length 41 mm
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Fisheye No
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Sigma 50mm f/1.4 EX DG HSM

Sigma 50mm f/1.4 EX DG HSM

"In my use of the lens with a Sigma mount, I have found it to be very good. The build quality is very good." bhphotovideo.com

 
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Silent focus motor
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Silent and fast
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Aperture f/1.4
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Weight 0.5 kg
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Focus motor Sigma HSM
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Auto focus Yes
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Diameter 84 mm
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Zoom range 1x
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Length 69 mm
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Fisheye No
#5

Pentax SMC DA 50mm f/1.8

Pentax SMC  DA 50mm f/1.8
 
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Silent focus motor
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Silent and fast
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Aperture f/1.8
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Weight 122 g
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Focus motor Generic motor
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Auto focus Yes
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Diameter 64 mm
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Zoom range 1x
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Length 38 mm
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Fisheye No