Question about Kenko MC-4 DG for Nikon AF 2x (MC4AFNDG) Lens Converter
Hi, I have a nikon D60 and I was wondering if i could use a Kenko lens with it or not?
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.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
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