Question about Nikon D40x Digital Camera
You need AF-S or AF-I Lenses. These have the autofocus motor built in to the lense. The D40 and D40x does not have an autofocus motor in the camera body itself, while the D80, D300, D3 Etc to have the motor in the camera. You can use most old lenses on your D40x, but you will have to focus them manually.
See Ken Rockwells page for a lot of D40 / D40x info
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
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