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will this work with a D90?

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Yes, this lens is compatible with the D90.
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IS THIS COMPATIABLE WITH THE D80.

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Yes, this lens is compatible with the D80.
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WILL THIS WORK FOR MY D60?

I WANT TO KNOW IF THIS LENSE WILL BE COMPATIABLE WITH MY D60?!
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Nikon offers two types of autofocus digital camera bodies: those with a built-in focus drive motor and those which require a lens to have a motor. Cameras such as the D60 do not have a focus motor in it so they require the lens to have the focusing motor – an “AF-S” lens. While these bodies can use a lens with no focus motor (an “AF” lens) you would have to manually turn the focus ring to bring the subject in to sharp focus.
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Is it compatiable with the D3000?

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Nikon offers two types of autofocus digital camera bodies: those with a built-in focus drive motor and those which require a lens to have a motor. Cameras such as the D3000 do not have a focus motor in it so they require the lens to have the focusing motor – an “AF-S” lens. While these bodies can use a lens with no focus motor (an “AF” lens) you would have to manually turn the focus ring to bring the subject in to sharp focus.
You may want to get the AF-S version of this lens.
 
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Is this compatible with D50?

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Yes, the AF Zoom-Nikkor 70-300mm f/4-5.6G is compatible with the D50.
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is this compatible with D 5100?

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Nikon offers two types of autofocus digital camera bodies: those with a built-in focus drive motor and those which require a lens to have a motor. Cameras such as the D5100 do not have a focus motor in it so they require the lens to have the focusing motor – an “AF-S” lens. While these bodies can use a lens with no focus motor (an “AF” lens) you would have to manually turn the focus ring to bring the subject in to sharp focus.
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I have a D80. What is the difference between this lens and the AF-S VR Zoom-NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED?

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The AF Zoom-NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4-5.6G doesn’t have the Silent Wave Motor built-in in order to work with cameras bodies that don’t have built-in focus drive motor. Also, it's a G-type NIKKOR lens, has no aperture control ring and is intended for use on Nikon D-SLRs that allow the lens aperture to be adjusted via the camera's command dial. The AF-S VR Zoom-NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED has the Silent Wave motor built-in and is a D-Type NIKKOR Lens, that sends distance information to the microcomputer of a dedicated Nikon camera. D-type lenses can be distinguished by a model name in which the letter D follows the maximum f/number.
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Is this compatible with D3100?

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Nikon offers two types of autofocus digital camera bodies: those with a built-in focus drive motor and those which require a lens to have a motor. Cameras such as the D3100 do not have a focus motor in it so they require the lens to have the focusing motor – an “AF-S” lens. While these bodies can use a lens with no focus motor (an “AF” lens) you would have to manually turn the focus ring to bring the subject in to sharp focus.
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Is this compatible with a d7000?

Im new to this photography thing and this is my first camera so sorry if dumb question
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Not at all, thank you. Yes, this les is compatible with the D7000. Since the camera has the built-in AF motor you can use AF or AF-S lenses. If you are new to digital photography please visit our Learn and Explore website for Photography Techniques, you will find it very helpful. Enjoy.
Please visit our Learn and Explore website for Photography Techniques:
http://www.nikonusa.com/Learn-And-E...
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will this work with a nikon 1 v1

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It's only compatible if you are using the FT-1 Mount adapter (AF/AE supported with AF-S lenses only. Autofocusing is possible when AF-S lenses are used. However, focus mode must be set to AF-S (Single AF) and AF-area mode is fixed at Single-point with only the center focus point used).
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Hi. Will this fit my D3100 Camera?

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The AF Zoom-Nikkor 70-300mm f/4-5.6G will fit your D3100 but you will not be able to use autofocus. Autofocus is supported with only AF-S and AF-I lenses on the D3100, which are equipped with autofocus motors. The following page on Nikonusa.com goes into further detail into this topic:
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...

To search for AF-S lenses in the Nikkor line-up go to http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Pr... and use the "Narrow By" option to search by "Focus Type."
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will this Lense work with a D5000 body?

Will this lense work with a d5000 body?
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This is an AF Lens. It does not have an autofocus motor and neither does the D5000, and therefore auto focus will not work. AF-S lenses are more suitable for the D5000
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will it work with D3200

I have a D3200 Nikon will this lens work with this camera
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Yes the AF Zoom-NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4-5.6G will work with the D3200. However, Auto focus is not possible when using this lens with the D3200 because neither the lens nor the D3200 have a Auto focus motor. Only lenses that indicate AF-S can autofocus with the D3200.
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Will this work correctly on my D70?

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Yes. AF Zoom-NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4-5.6G is fully compatible with D70.
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Will this work with a D5200?

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The AF Zoom-NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4-5.6G lens can be use with the D5200. However, Autofocus is not possible because neither the lens nor the D5200 have a focus motor.
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