Question about Nikon 50MM F1.4 AF NIKKOR Lens

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I have just bought a Nokon/AFNikkor 50mm F1.4 lense from ebay and it does not have a serial number on it . it just says made in china and the number 10 .is it fake?

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    Obertelli Jul 15, 2010

    I'm not trying to be nit-picking, but is it a Nokon or is it a Nikon? The former is a Nikon knock-off and carefully named to fool careless Nikon shoppers.

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Spot on kakima nothing comes out of Nikon without a seriel number

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If it says "Nokon" then it's most certainly a fake. All Nikon AF lenses have a serial number on the bottom of the barrel, near the mount.

http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/8463

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