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will this lense auto focus on a 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 have wide options of lenses to use with this camera.
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Is this lense compatable with a D60? Will it autofocus?

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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.
You may want to get the AF-S version of this lens.
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Is this lens compatible with a D5100?

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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 would like my daughter to learn on my old n8008. Will this lense auto focus?

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Yes the 50mm f/1.8 with autofocus with the N8008
Location : New York
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Can the aperture on this lens be adjusted manually while shooting manual video mode in Live View with the D7000? Thanks

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Only before you start filming, aperture remains fixed, same for ISO. Shutter speed can be changed while shooting.
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Is this lens compatible with my D40X? Can you suggest another similar lens, if not? Plan to use it to shoot basketball games in dimly lit gymnasiums

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The D40x does not have an autofocus motor, and neither does the AF NIKKOR
50mm f/1.8D. Therefore, your D40x will not be able to autofocus with the lens.

Also, please be aware that all our 50mm lenses are FX lenses. Using one on the D40x, which is a DX format Camera, will give you an angle of view of about 75mm when compare to a 35mm film camera, or one of our FX camera bodies, due to the 1.5x DX/FX factor. An AF-S DX lens would be more suitable for the D40x. Unless you are going to be upgrading to an FX camera soon, You may get one the 50mm AF-S lenses. If not, We recommend the AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G.

All new and current Lenses webpage below:
http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Pr...
Lenses Simulator link below:
http://static.nikonusa.com/Lens-Sim...
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is this lens compatible with P7000

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No, the theP7000 is isa isafixed isafixedlens isafixedlenscamera.
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Will this lens Autofocus with a D3200?

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This refurbished AF Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D Lens will not autofocus on the D3200 but is otherwise compatible. For a lens that will autofocus on the D3200 look for the lenses with the AF-S designation, like the AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G Lens.

More information on choosing lenses for the D3200 can be found here:
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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does this come with both caps ? Would it be a good option for my D7000?

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Yes. The refurbished AF NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8D is sold with the same accessories as a new one, and it is compatible with the D7000. This lens can produce very sharp and crisp photos,and the ability to manually change the aperture while recording a video with the D7000 makes this lens awesome. I have one and I love it. The 52mm front cap, and Rear cap are included in the box.
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What exactly is the difference in function of this refurbished lens versus a brand new 50 mm f/1.8D lens?

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There is no difference in function between this refurbished lens and a new one. Because the lens was previously used, it would be unfair to sell it for the same price as a new one. The lens has been carefully reconditioned to factory specifications, and it will perform just like a new one.
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