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are you sure 5.7mm to 17.1mm? It sounds like you are describing the lens from a compact camera. stick to the standard 18-55mm lens that comes with the d40x

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What type of lenses fits this camera


Lens mount Nikon F mount (with AF coupling & AF contacts)

Lens compatibility • D-type / G-type AF Nikkor (except IX-Nikkor): Autofocus and all functions possible
• PC Micro-Nikkor 85mm f/2.8D: Usable in Manual exposure mode
• AF Nikkor other than D-type (except AF Nikkor for F3AF): All functions except 3D Matrix Metering possible
• AI-P Nikkor: All functions except 3D Matrix Metering and autofocus possible
• IX-Nikkor: Cannot be used
• Non-CPU: Usable in Manual exposure mode (exposure meter cannot be used)
Electronic Rangefinder usable with lens with maximum aperture of f/5.6 or faster.

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My AF-S NIKKOR 70-300 1:4.5-5.6 G lens will not focus properly. The focus keeps jumping in and out and the motor has gotten noisy. I checked all function controls to ensure nothing got knocked out of...


Your lens is a cheaply-built kit lens intended to be sold as part of an initial body and lens kit.

It's not built badly or with especially poor quality materials, but it's certainly not to the same standard as their non-kit lens offerings and so is not as long-lasting or robust as regular Nikon lenses.

In your case, the focus drive mechanism has broken, possibly due to one of more motor pinion teeth being stripped. If the lens has not been dropped or otherwise misused and is still under warranty then return it to a Nikon service centre for a free repair. If outside of the warranty, then in most countries Nikon offer fixed price repairs, but you'll find it more economical to simply buy a replacement lens. What's failed is not suited to a DIY repair

You can commonly buy new ex-display examples and definitely fully-functional used examples of your lens for a less than the typical fixed repair price. As you don't state which country/stat you live in, I'm unable to provide example prices.

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How can i find out if a used Nikkor lens is a US lens or a grey market gray market (parallel import) lens Lens is a Nikon AF-S Nikkor 200-400mm f/4G IF-ED VR Lens serial number 2009xx


How do I know if my Nikon product is "Grey Market"?If the deal was just too good to be true, it probably was. One of the first indicators that a piece of Nikon merchandise might be Gray Market is if the price is considerably less than most other resellers.
Additionally, a genuine Nikon Inc. USA product will include an Owners' Manual and Warranty Registration card in English. It will also include power cables (if applicable) designed for US style plugs. Any other language on the printed material or wrong cables indicates a Gray Market item.
Another indication of a Gray Market product would be photocopied manuals or manually created software CD's. Nikon Inc. USA always provides professionally printed or duplicated materials with genuine products

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I want to buy a Panasonic AG-AF101 but need it end December. Do you know if it will be available from that time? What lens do you recommend to get the shallow DOF (lens price max US dollars 800. Thanks...


The camera is supposed to be released in December, but realistically it may be delayed as is commonly the case with new products. If you HAVE to have it by the end of December then I would strongly suggest having a backup plan with another camera in case the release is delayed.

As for your lens question: if you are limited to $800 on the lens, then why are you even considering the AF101? Lenses are more important than the camera itself (within reason).
You might consider getting a GH2 and a complete lens set instead of the AF101.
However, you should be able to get a couple good lenses for that price range.

You didn't specify what type of shooting you need to do so it is hard to advise you on the lens, but I will assume you have standard shooting requirements.
Firstly, I would recommend an m4/3 to Nikon adapter and get all Nikon lenses. This will give you the most selection and the best price and excellent glass quality.
The first lens I would get would be a Nikon Nikkor 50mm f/1.2 AI-S, which can be had for under $500. That will give you a 100mm (in 35mm terms) field of view. It is an excellent lens and f/1.2 will give you very shallow depth of field. I would then spend the remaining money on the Panasonic 20mm f/1.7 lens which will give you a good normal view (equivalent to a 40mm lens in 35mm terms).

Alternately, you can obtain a good used 50mm f/1.4 Nikkor for under $200. It is also an excellent lens and still gives a very shallow DOF. You could then spend the other $300 on another lens, like a wider lens or a 105mm f/2.5 Nikkor for longer shots.
I use my f/1.4 Nikkor 50mm on my m4/3 GH1 90% of the time, but your shooting style will determine what you need. You DO NOT want a zoom lens though, as that will not give you near the quality. Be sure also to only consider manual focus only lenses (other than the Panasonic 20mm). The focus on those is MUCH MUCH better for video work. The manual focus Nikkors include the non-AI, AI, and AI-S lens lines.

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What kind of cameras will nikon 120mm fit?


It's a specialised lens used only for large format cameras used by professionals where 120mm is considered to be a very wide angle lens.

It's not usable on any Nikon SLR's nor on any medium format models.

Sold privately, and in perfect condition the lens is worth around £250-£350 depending on how much the buyer wants it. From a retailer the price is around £500 (these are UK prices, in the USA they'll be around 25-30% lower).

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Price of lens


are you sure 5.7mm to 17.1mm? It sounds like you are describing the lens from a compact camera. stick to the standard 18-55mm lens that comes with the d40x

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Fuji Finepix S1 Pro fE E blinking when turned on?


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