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<p>Compelling wide-angle perspective combined with an ultra-fast f/1.4 aperture serves the needs of demanding professionals in exacting conditions.</p>
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can it be used with D5ooo?

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It Is FX?!
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Yes, this lens is compatible with the D5000.
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Can this be used with D300

Can this be used with D300
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yes,
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Yes.
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It is compatible with The new d800?

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Yesssssss...
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Yes
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is it compatible w/ D7000?

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Yes it is.
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Yes
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is the 24mm 1.4 lens compatible with D3100 nikon?

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Can this be used with D7000

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Yes, the D7000 has an internal focus motor so will be able to autofocus with pretty much all F-mount and DX format Nikon lens.
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Can this be used with D300

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Yes, the D300 has an internal focus motor. So you can autofocus using pretty much all F-mount and DX format lenses (though with the ability to autofocus).
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Are the listed AF/S and DX lenses (for the D5000) compatible with the coolpix 5000?

For example; does Nikon still support use of, and have inventory of, lens adapter rings and converter lenses for the Coolpix 5000?
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No, there were four specific lenses made for the Coolpix 5000
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Will AF-S NIKKOR 24mm f/1.4G ED work with a d5100 and will if focus automatically?

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Yes
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This lens is compatible d90?

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Yes, full function.
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Is this lens fully compatible with the Nikon D3? One of your vendors implies that it is not.

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Fully compatible.
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Is it good for movement pictures and night photograph?

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Yes it is excellent for night photography and the results are stunning. On the other hand, No lens is able to freeze movement by itself. What you will need is a knowledge of photography to dial in the appropriate settings on the camera for freezing movement. You will need to understand at least the basic of photography. Aperture, Shutter speed and ISO makes up Exposure. If you don't know, you can start reading here.
http://imaging.nikon.com/history/basics/
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Is the Nikon 24mm f/1.4G ED weather sealed?

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Solid built lens, weather and dust sealed.
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Where is this lens made?

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Nikon operates factories all across the globe and each operates to the same high standard.  While individual cameras are marked with their country of manufacture, we cannot make a blanket statement about the country of origin of a specific type/model of camera.
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Anyone experiencing severe coma in outer 1/3 to 1/4 of the corners?

I was impressed by the many reviews on how sharp the 24mm F1.4 Nikkor was and how little coma it had for such a super fast aperture. However, when I used it with my D800 for simple wide field star photography, shooting around 4-8 seconds at F2.0 or smaller, the coma was so excessive in the corners that stars looked like oblong drips or squashed saucers. This is not star trailing but textbook coma. I expected some coma but not so pronounced as to render at least 1/4 of the image unusable. In other words, the presentable portion of the overall field is really the areas as what would be covered by a 28 or 35 mm lens that did not suffer so much corner coma. Does this sound normal, like a lemon, or a repair issue? I have attached a video. Thanks.
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