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D3100 Two Lens Zoom Kit

D3100 includes the 18-55mm Zoom-NIKKOR lens and AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 55-200mm lenses, ideal for shooting wide through telephoto subjects. <br />
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Lens specs

So...if I read this right, is the aperture range on these lenses 3.5 to 5.6 and 4 to 5.6 respectively, or am I remembering wrong and this is just the range of the maximum aperture at the large end but the lenses are still capable of having much smaller apertures of say 16 or 22?
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Look at the specs on Nikon's website, minimum aperture is listed. It will be somewhere around f/16-32 (long and short end will differ)
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Wi-Fi Capable

Is this model wi-fi capable with the adapter?
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No, the D3100 is not compatible with any of Nikon's wireless adapters.
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