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can i use this with the nikon d3100?

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Yes, this lens is compatible with the D3100.
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Is there any warranty on this refurbished lens?

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Nikon factory refurbished lenses, like this AF-S NIKKOR 24-70mm f/2.8G ED Lens (Product #2164B) are protected by a 90-day warranty.
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was its the warranty in this product ?

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This AF-S NIKKOR 24-70mm f/2.8G ED (Refurbished) has a 90 day warranty.
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I have a Nikon 17-55 dx lens and a D800E and have been thinking about the Nikon 24-70.

The DX 17-55mm lens is the equivalent of a 25-82mm FX lens. here is my question - what am I loosing with the excellent 17-55dx that I gain with the 24-75mm Nikon?
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Using the 17-55 on your D800 in DX mode reduces your megapixels to 16. Kind of defeats the reason for owning the D800. The 24-70 is a fx lens and is better suited to the D800 taking advantage of the potential of the camera.
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Does this lense work with a D600? Does refurbish mean completely cleaned and scratched free?

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The AF-S NIKKOR 24-70mm f/2.8G ED lens is compatible with D600.

Nikon occasionally offers reconditioned products either directly to customers or through dealers. These products have been carefully reconditioned by Nikon Inc. to meet all factory specifications. Refurbished products may have signs of previous use (minor body wear or other cosmetic indications) but contain all original cables, batteries, manuals and other accessories and are protected by a 90-day limited warranty.

A reconditioned products offer truly exceptional value and can be an excellent way for you to begin or expand your Nikon imaging system. The assortment of reconditioned products changes, so it's a good idea to visit the Nikon Store often to see what's new and what just might be the next addition to your system.
Special note - Unless specifically stated otherwise, Nikon reconditioned products are not eligible for Nikon consumer rebate offers that may be in effect.
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What is difference between the current AF-s Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8G ED product no. 2164 and previous version and what was the previous model no.?

Why is there no image stabilization with this unit?
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previous model (#1961) was a 28-70 mm, newer 24-70 mm has better glass, wider view, closer focusing.
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