Some examples of photos taken using the cheap Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 AF-D lens. I'm having fun with this lens; it makes photographing indoors much, much easier because it gathers so much more light than my zooms. It's sharp, contrasty, and has nice bokeh (to me, anyway).
What was also nice was that our hotel room had two large windows that let in lots of light, too.
(The D300 was set on aperture-priority; lens set at f/2.8 for the first two pictures, f/2 for the third; matrix-metered; ISO 200; 1/40 second for the first two pictures, 1/100 second for the third; normal JPG.)