Originally Posted by HHPhoto
From my experiences with both lenses I can confirm all of that.
I just want to add some further advantages of the recent Nikkor AF-S 1.8/50G:
+ a bit better bokeh
+ wider manual focus ring
+ rubber ring at the lens mount = better dust and water protection in usage outdoor
+ lens is shipped with hood (a really good one with bajonet) and soft pouch included.
Jan, after reading your post (and Skiff's), I'll go with the 50/1.8. Hard to do that after just getting the Nokton 50/1.2 in M mount, but I have to learn to live with the "puny" F1.8.