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Will this work with my D7000? Want to use it underwater.

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Yes it will work
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Yes, full functions, just make sure the lens dimensions are correct for your underwater housing.
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Where is serial number on Nikon 17-35 mm f/2.8 lens?

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On the lens mount end near enough opposite the aperture lock switch.
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Where do I find the serial number on my AF-S 17-35 Nikkor f/2.8 lenses?

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Bottom of the barrel where it meets the camera.
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Will it work on D3000/3100/5000/5100 series cameras without the built-in focus motor?

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Yes, the S in the AF-S means the lens has a focus motor.
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Are there any plans to update this lens in the near future?

Just curious as this lens is nearly13 years old.
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Nikon cannot speculate about feature products until official information is release on www.nikonusa.com
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If I put on Nikon D300S, does the focal length or minimum aperture change?

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The D300s has a DX-format CMOS Image Sensor which means that the lens focal length is subject to the FX/DX 1.5x crop factor. On DX format cameras, the AF-S Zoom-Nikkor 17-35mm f/2.8D IF-ED has a focal length equivalent to 25.5-52.5mm on an FX format camera.

The lens aperture is not affected. For more information on DX vs. FX please see: http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Learn-An...- Explore/Article/g588ouey/The-DX-and-FX-Formats.html

Please see the lens simulator for examples of DX/FX: http://static.nikonusa.com/Lens-Sim...
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On a trip, my 17-35 zoom became very hard to turn/zoom. What causes this and is there something I can do or do I need to send in for service?

Lens still takes great pix. Hard to zoom all the way out to 35mm. Using on D4.
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Probably best to send it in for a service.
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