Hey, I like my cheapo miltary-surplus (Beaufort Hall AFB, inscribed on its ugly little barrel) AIS Nikkor 50mm f/1.2, even though it is a PITA to focus and I use it with adapter on my Canon 6D. This is one of these lenses where the defect, hellacious spherical aberration wide open, can also be used as a feature. It is a perfectly fine and sharp lens stopped down to f/2.8 to f/5.6, and the lens you have is better than one still in the store. Sure, I lust after the Sigma Art. For the time being, I am using my trusty fossil. It needs to be at f/4 for astrolandscapes, though, the coma wide open has wider wings than the local harbinger of spring, the buzzard (turkey vulture - wingspan about 5 ft).