Question about Nikon D70s Digital Camera
Yes. Almost every Nikon lens will fit on the current DSLRs. Most lenses of that vintage won't autofocus, of course. Also, they probably will not meter on Nikon cameras with an even number of digits after the D, like the D80 or D5000, and will require you to shoot in manual mode.
Also, most Nikon DSLRs have a sensor that is smaller than a frame of 35mm film. This means that only the central portion of the image area is used, in effect making each lens seem longer. A 200mm lens on a DSLR will give you about the same image that a 300mm lens would give you on a 35mm camera, for example. This lens multiplier does not apply to the D3 family and the D700.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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