Is Nikon D600 and Nikon AF 50mm f/1,4 D compatible?

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Nikon D600

Nikon D600
Released: 2012
Type: Digital SLR
Sensor: FX (Full frame)
24,3 Megapixels
6016 x 4016 pixels

Nikon AF 50mm f/1,4 D

Nikon AF 50mm f/1,4 D
Released: 1995
Normal Lens (prime)
Focal Length: 50 mm
Aperture: f/1,4

Can you combine these two?

Last updated: November 2023

This is the short answer:

The camera and lens you have chosen can be used together. Here is a longer answer:

Nikon all the way

The possibility to combine these two products is great since both Nikon D600 and Nikon AF 50mm f/1,4 D are manufactured by Nikon.

Versitale lens

Nikon AF 50mm f/1,4 D is constructed to work with all sorts of camera sensors including the one of Nikon D600.

Autofocus in camera

To obtain autofocus there has to be an Autofocus motor in either the camera or the lens. This specific lens, Nikon AF 50mm f/1,4 D does not have a built-in autofocus (AF) motor but since Nikon D600 has a built-in autofocus (AF) motor there is still a possibility to use autofocus.

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Focal Length

The Nikon camera has a sensor of type Full frame which means that your Experienced Focal length will be exactly what the lens specification tells us:

Actual Focal Length for this lens:
50 mm

Experienced Focal Length with this camera:
50 mm

Read more about Crop factor on Nikon cameras

Total weight

When you are looking at a combination of a camera and a lens you must always consider the total weight. Each product weighs in at:

Nikon D600
760 gram

Nikon AF 50mm f/1,4 D
230 gram

Together they have a total weight of 990 gram (equal to 2,18 lb).