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Lightweight 4.3X Telephoto zoom lens for SLR cameras that set aperture from command dial on camera body.

New G-design enables apertures to be selected from select Nikon AF SLR camera bodies.

Ideal lens for candids, travel and sports photography

D-type design provides precise distance information for flash and ambient light exposure process.

AF Zoom-Nikkor 70-300mm f/4-5.6G 4 5 33 33
Love this lens The title sums this lens up well. I love this lens, and a good upgrade from the 18-55mm kit lens. Although, I wish I could have bought the VR version, I am completely happy without it. My images generally turn out great even without it. I use this on my D3100, and even though I have to manually focus(which I did even with my kit lens) it works perfectly fine, where some people online were saying it doesn't work well with my camera model. Over all, it's amazing for it's price and zoom range. November 25, 2012
Excellent amateur lens!! This lens is a bargain!! I purchased mine earlier this year and I am very happy I did. I would have liked to have the more macho VR version, but at the time I simply could not afford it. Either way, I am pleased with this Nikon product. I shot some fairly low light portraits with it and they came out STUNNING!! The images were sharp and had fantastic blur in the background. Luckily I have motors in my camera so I can auto focus. This lens is a bit slow, but if you are in the right situation the lens will deliver. I highly recommend this lens for an enthusiast who shoots wild life or sports and is on a budget. I have a feeling you will be pleased with this product. August 16, 2012
Great zoom lens for sports photography I have used this lens for nearly 10 years for many purposes and find that it is just terrific for sports events due to its sharpness even at the maximum zoom setting. August 18, 2011
Awesome! I can get 300mm pics with no Blurr with the VR. Pin point accuracy on the Focus! No complaints! I love the lens! ALSO! takes pretty nice macro shots fully extended. August 1, 2011
Excellent performance despite the cheap price. First of all it does not have VR and won't auto focus on D3100. For that there is AF-S 55-300 VR at almost 3 times the price of this one (online). This is also one of he two cheapest priced lens in the entire Nikon catalog. So I was hesitant if it is worth buying. It is worth if you are looking for a decent telephoto zoom, won't mind manual focusing, and usually taking pictures during the day. Picture quality is sharp (better than I expected), way better than your 10x point & shoot or SLR looking super zoom. Almost like your kit zoom. It is light so not much of a problem to carry. If you want to shoot in the low light you need 300 f/2.8. Just look at that size and price and if you earn money from photography then you don't need this one. But even then considering the size and price you can keep this one as spare when you are on vacation. I liked this one more than I expected. May 4, 2011
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I am looking at this lens, the Nikkor 18-70mm, and the 50mm, and was wondering if all three would work with my D3100?
Please help. =)
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Nikon offers two types of autofocus digital camera bodies: those with a built-in focus drive motor and those which require a lens to have a motor. Cameras such as the D3100 do not have a focus motor in it so they require the lens to have the focusing motor – an “AF-S” lens. While these bodies can use a lens with no focus motor (an “AF” lens) you would have to manually turn the focus ring to bring the subject in to sharp focus. You have wide options of lenses to use with this camera.
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will this lens work with my body d300?

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yes
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Is this lens compatible with my F100?

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Will not auto focus on D90

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I have used this lens before on my D90 and the auto focus worked fine, but now it will not auto focus and i cannot change my aperture. What happened?
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Try cleaning the electronic sensor pins
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AF Zoom-Nikkor 70-300mm f/4-5.6G , can we use the said lens for D40 camara?

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yes, but will be manual focus.
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Is this lens good for shooting indoor sports events with a D90 (ie: basketball game, swimming) and outdoor sports (ie: football game)?

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I have a D90 and looking for a lens to shoot indoor sports events. What is the best range to stay in to produce the best image quality? For example, if I want to capture someone shooting a free throw would I have to be 1 foot from the baseline to capture a good image with good quality and details?
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Please click on the link below for information:
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is this compatable with a N80?

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just starting with film and am trying get an assortment of accessories for my new(used) N80
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Yes, the lens is compatible with the N80.
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Hello, i have this telephoto zomm but i can't use it as AUTOFOCUS, it seems to be only manual focus. I use it with Nikon D3100. I have other lenses and i see on that a switch with 'A-M' (Autofocus- Manual focus) but on this lens i can't see it. I checked everything on the camera setup but i didin't find anything to set it on Autofus. Can you help me?
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It will not AF on your D3100 as it is not an AF-s lens. To get autofocus you need AF-s lenses that have built in focus motors.
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Is this lens work with Canon 550D kit..????

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Err, no its a Nikon.
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What is this bayonet made of? Is it a metalic one?

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All plastic including mount.
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how does auto focus wwork on this lens?

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The motor in the camera focuses the lens will not autofocus with D3000,3100,3200,5000 or 5100.
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Will this lens be compatible with the New D3200 Camera?

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I know the Auto Focus probably won't work but what about Manual Mode?
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It will work in manual mode but realize with no VR you will have problems on the long end trying to shoot hand held. AF-S-DX-NIKKOR-55-300mm-f/4.5-5.6G-ED-VR. I realize it is more money but you will find it much easier to work with.
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Will this lense work with a Nikon D800

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Yes, but it may not give the results you want as the high resolution of the D800 will show every imperfection of a slow lens like this.
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best type of 70-300mm lense for this camera

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question what would be the best kind of 70-300mm lense for this camera. give like your top 3 choices please
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In order to better assist you, please give us a call, since no model of the camera was mentioned:
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70-300 mm lens with VR or without VR for Nikon D90

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I have got a Nikon D90. So should i opt for this 70-300 mm lens without VR or should i go in for the one with the VR considering the fact that D90 comes with a built in Motor. Which of these lens would get me a crystal clear image.

Also is there any other lens that i could look out for.

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I would opt for the VR version, optically it is a better lens. You can also shoot up to 4 stops slower than non VR when shooting hand held. It is well worth the price difference.
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Can I mount a Macro Conversion Lens for Nikkor 70-300mm?

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I'm Planning to but a Telephoto Lens with a Macro Capability.
I know the products that have these features. Tamron and Sigma AF 70-300mm.
I am willing to sacrifice the VR features and I was wondering if it is possible to put a Macro conversion lens to a non-VR Nikkor AF 70-300mm.
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We do not have any products specifically designed for that purpose, and we do not support any type of modification or upgrade for that product , sorry. We would instead recommend considering a lens designed for macro work:
http://www.nikonusa.com/Nikon-Produ...
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Is compatible with my d50 in AF?

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Yes D50 has a built in screw drive, albeit a little on the slow side.
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Aperture is controlled by the camera not the lens.
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AF Zoom-Nikkor 70-300mm f/4-5.6G, is it compatible with nikon 3100

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It will not autofocus , you need lenses with built in focus motors. The equivalent lens would be a AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED
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can i use this lens on my d3100

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It will not autofocus, the lens does not have a focus motor and neither does your camera. You need the AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED. When looking at Nikon lenses you need the ones with a AF-S designation to autofocus . The S stands for silent wave motor which focuses the lens.
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Will this lense work with Nikon coolpix L810?

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No, L810 has a fixed lens
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Here is the compatibility chart:http://cdn-4.nikon-cdn.com/en_US/o/WBqMZFjDl2eU0uluIvskYJxzlYg/PDF/Nikon_1_F_Mount-FT1_Compatibility_Chart.pdf
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How to put Nikon d3100 on auto focus using AF Nikkor 70-300mm lens??

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I have recently purchased a Nikon d3100 and have been given a AF Nikkor 70-300mm lens. I have been trying to put it on auto focus but it won't let me. I have tried it on all dial settings such as P, S, A, M and gone in to the information to change it from MF to AF but it won't let me go in to the MF section it skips it and tells me I can't change it on the current settings. How do I put it on auto focus????

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Will not autofocus with D3100, neither the camera or lens have a focus motor. You need the AF-S Nikkor 70-300
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Weird question, but is this an FX lens or a DX lens?
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FX.
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Is the AF Zoom-Nikkor 70-300 mm f/4-5.6G compatible with the D3100?

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You would have to focus manually, lens and camera do not have a focus motor. You need the AF-S model
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Does the lens have auto and manual focus compatible with the d5100

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No neither the lens or the D5100 have focus motors. You need the AF-S 70-300, the S stands for silent wave motor ( focuses the lens)
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i am an amateur photographer so comparing lenses and looking at budget i wish to have a relevant answer.
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You can use any mode and as you mentioned you will.not have autofocus
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i am Using D3200, can i use this lens for wild photography?

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i Hav Nikon D3200, i am looking a good lens for wild photography at cheap cost
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It will work but manual focus only, neither the lens or camera have a focus motor. Look for lenses designated AF-S, the -S means the lens has a silent wave focus motor.
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Will it work with nikon D3200 plz help Soon

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Yes it will work fine, full functions.
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Will it AF with the 3200?

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No, neither the lens or the camera has a built in focus motor You need AF-S or AF-I lenses..
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