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Yes. I use it with the Nikon D750.
By Kelli J Levesque on December 8, 2015
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I owned both lenses (1.4D & 1.4G) and shot quite extensively with both.
The expected image improvement on the newer lens is an increase of sharpness when used wide open. Where the D was a tad soft at f/1.4, the G is now perfectly sharp on the focus point. Other than that, image wise, it's tough to improve on what was… see more
I owned both lenses (1.4D & 1.4G) and shot quite extensively with both.
The expected image improvement on the newer lens is an increase of sharpness when used wide open. Where the D was a tad soft at f/1.4, the G is now perfectly sharp on the focus point. Other than that, image wise, it's tough to improve on what was already spectacular with the D.
As for the lens itself, I prefer the much smoother focus ring of the G for manual overrides. The G is a very light lens thanks to lighter materials used which some may complain that it has a 'plastic' feel as compared to the robust feel of the D.
You can't go wrong with both. see less

By M. Billon on February 10, 2014
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It's an AFS lens so should work fine
By Chupacabra on September 11, 2014
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I have a D5100 as well and this lens is not for a cropped sensor. Your 50mm should be perfect for the task at hand.
By Nicole on February 15, 2016
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Yes. It definitely will work on the Nikon D5200. Though you might want to consider the Nikon 85 f/1.8 as it is much less expensive. I have owned both, but decided I liked the 85 1.4 better.
By Forevermore on November 9, 2016
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Get the cheapest FX camera and this lens. Several years later when you replace your camera and put this lens to your next camera you will thank yourself for getting the best lens.
By Lancelot on March 30, 2015
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No VR on 85mm 1.4G
By Lensbeyond SELLER on March 21, 2016
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Head and shoulder portraiture is what people usually buy it for or anything requiring a short tele compression look
By Chupacabra on January 8, 2016
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I would save money and get the 50mm 1.4. I have both and the 50mm produces superb pictures.
By Donald R. Whitehead on May 15, 2016
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This is one of the sharpest lenses in the Nikon professional line, It's a beauty and will take your image quality to a totally new heights. Cheers!
By matrixl3000 SELLER on October 20, 2016