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Quantaray 100-300mm Lens for Nikon

My wife has a Nikon N65 camera with a Zoom lens I am looking to upgrade her to a Nikon D60 Digital camera can this lens be used on the Nikon digital camers?

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Yes the new nikon D60 needs lens with a built in a/f motor. Your lens will go on and work but you will
have to manual foucs

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