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Can I use a Kenko Lens with a Nikon D60?

Hi, I have a nikon D60 and I was wondering if i could use a Kenko lens with it or not?

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If it's an AF teleconverter you will be able to use it and get proper exposure from the camera, but it will not autofocus with the D60. The D60 requires AF-S lenses and teleconverters for autofocus.

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