50 1.8D or G?
For a D7000, what am I going to see difference wise between these two other than price?
The Background Bokeh with the 1.8G looks more "swirl" that i don't like.
If You want good sharpness go for the 1.4G, it is the better Lens.
For good smooth Bokeh take a look to the 50mm F/1.4 Sigma.
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