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This lens is compatible with D800 body? In other words this is full frame lens ou not?

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Sorry, I need to clean my glasses, I swore it said D80, ofcourse Keith is correct.
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Yes it will work as it is not a DX lens, even if it were DX you would have crop mode to be able to use it.
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No it will work with DX cameras, effective field of view 90mm and will autofocus with all Nikon DSLRS
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Is this lens compatible with Nikon D5000?

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yes, All AF-s lens will work with the D5000
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is this lens compatable with a d40

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Yes it is.
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Is this lens compatable with D7000? This one or the 85mm f/3.5 product #2190?

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There are some problems with the auto focus with this lens and the D7000. It has a lot of trouble focusing on subjects that are initially far out of focus. You can manually adjust the focus near the subject, then use auto focus to get it right though. It's very strange.
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When i use this lens on a D3000, (DX format), which are the difference ?

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using a cropped sensor (DX) the focal length will be 1.5x or 90mm equivelent in FX or 35mm film.
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its a fixed focal length, meaning it wont zoom and its made for macro photography
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Will AF-S Micro Nikkor 60mm f2.8 ED fit my D60

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Yes. All AF-S lenses work fine on the D60.
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Yes and it will autofocus
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Is this lens compatible with any teleconverters?

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The only macro compatible with a teleconverter is the AF-S VR Micro-NIKKOR 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED
It will only focus manually.
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No.
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Can this lens be used for sharper landscape photographs?

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I would like to say the 28mm, or a 35mm D, 50mm D lens. Use a prime, they would likely give better values. That is NOT to say that that the recommended zoom lens is wrong. But I would say save some money and get the 18-35mm zoom, or a prime. Keep asking questions. Search youtube for reviews. The more information you have will help you narrow it down. The more you learn, the more you will be able to visualize what you pictured in your mind. The Fish eye lens - 16mm f/2.8 "D" - is great as well. It is on li list. I know it is long, but I hope it helps.
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The AF-S Micro Nikkor 60mm f/2.8G ED is for macro photography(close up) and can also be used as a portrait lens.
You need a wider angle lens, such as the AF-S NIKKOR 16-35mm f/4G ED VR or the AF-S NIKKOR 20mm f/1.8G ED. Nikon has many lenses in this focal range.
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Will this lens work for a D3300?

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Yes, the AF-S Micro Nikkor 60mm f/2.8G ED is compatible with the D3300. For more info on lens compatibility with the D3300 check out this link: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...
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Yes it will
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Is this compatible with Nikon D3000, and which macro ring flash would be recommended for close-up dental/medical purposes??

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Yes and the R1-C1 kit for the flash set up.
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Is this lens compatible with AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens and D7000 DSLR camera?

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Yes, It's good combination.
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is the AF-S Micro Nikkor 60mm f/2.8G ED compatible with my Nikon D5100?

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AF-S lenses have motor in the lens; yes, it will autofocus on D5100.
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It this suitable for underwater use with an Ikelite housing and port that supports the Micro-Nikkor 60mm lens?

I need to replace a flooded 60mm lens and wonder if this lens would fit in the Ikelite port and be suitable for underwater use.
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You will need to get in contact with the manufacture of the third equipment for compatibility information with our products.
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will this work on a D70?

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What is the difference between product #2190 and 2177? What criteria would you use to chose one over the other?

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AF-S Micro Nikkor 60mm f/2.8G ED: Maximum Angle of View (DX-format) 26°30' Maximum Angle of View (FX-format) 39°40'.
AF-S DX Micro Nikkor 85mm f/3.5G ED VR: Maximum Angle of View (DX-format) 18°50'.
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What manufacture is this lens?

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There is not enough information to answer specifically.
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Is this lens made by Japan or Thailand?

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Japan
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Does it work on a D60?

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Yes, full functions
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When used with DX format cameras would this lens be equivalint to a Micro DX 90mm lens

Can (all) AF-S G model lens Optimized for FX-format also work on the APS-C DX-format cameras and instead of being 1:1 they become 1:1.5 in focal length, like a FX 100mm lens would become a 150mm when used with DX-format cameras, does that sound correct?

Or is there a different formula to find the difference?

Also this lens with f2.8G max aperture does it loose a little of the aperture when used with the DX-format camera since the camera has a smaller sensor, is the DX-format sensor able to take advantage of the lenses widest opening?
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sandiegophotosca, Currently own a DX model camera however would like to upgrade to FX when I could afford it, so in my case it seems to make more sence to buy FX lenses. Just trying to confirm that.
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The short answer is, yes. You are correct on the focal length issue. Any FX lens will 'act' like it is 1.5x larger when used on a DX camera.

There is no aperture penalty for this; f/2.8 (coupled with the same shutter speed and ISO) will produce the same exposure on the FX and DX cameras. Yes, you can use the widest aperture on both cameras equally.

The reason for this apparent increase in focal length is that the FX sensor is 1.5x bigger than the DX sensor. The FX lens is designed to produce an image that will cover the FX sensor, and when you use this lens with a DX sensor, you use only the center portion of the image.

You would get exactly the same effect by using an FX camera and cropping the center area out of it. The image would 'appear' to be 1.5x closer because of the cropping.

To continue the camparison of the DX and FX image when using an FX lens on both, you have to also consider resolution. If a DX camera and FX camera have the same number of pixels, and you crop out the center portion of the DX image to make the same field of coverage, then the DX image will have more resolution. Some people discuss this by how many pixels you are putting on the subject.

Lastly, there is the issue of depth of field. You will see a greater depth of field than when an FX is used on a DX sensor than when the same lens is used on an FX camera. However, if you crop the image from the FX camera to make the same field of coverage as the DX camera, the depth of field will be the same.
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Is this lens compatible with the Nikon D3100?

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