Question about Nikon Cameras
Yes. In general any Nikon lens made in the last half-century will work on the newest Nikon cameras, and this lens is no exception. Be aware that on most Nikon bodies (everything except the D700 and the D3 family) the smaller sensor will make the lens behave as if it were a 42-150mm. Also, on the lower-end bodies such as the D3000, this lens will not autofocus.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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