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Nikon d70s will this lens fit & work ok on nikon d70s ? thanks

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It should. Nikon lenses are both backwards and forward compatible. Depending if you have an older or newer lens than camera, some of the automatic functions may not work or may not be available. Worst case, you will be able to use your lens in the manual mode.

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