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Nikon d3000 Will Tamron 200-500 zoom lens fits and mounts on Nikon D3000 DSLR.?

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Yes. Although because the D3000 has an APS-C sensor there will be a 1.5x crop factor, so the lens will have an equivalent angle of view to a 105-315mm in 35mm film terms.

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Be careful though in holding the heavy lens simply by the DSLR grip. The lens mount may not be able to support the strain.
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