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Versatile standard macro lens with manual aperture control.

This longtime favorite of close-up and macro shooters delivers beautiful, crisp images at any focus distance from life-size (1:1 reproduction ratio) to infinity. Ideal for general close-ups, portraits, landscapes, copy work and more, the AF Micro NIKKOR 60mm f/2.8D is a compact, versatile partner.
CRC (Close Range Correction) System

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Sharp images from life-size (1:1) to infinity

The AF Micro NIKKOR 60mm f/2.8D is a compact Micro NIKKOR lens for extreme close-up/macro shooting as well as general photography. Continuous focusing from life-size (1:1) to infinity ensures the finest details are captured. Renowned Micro NIKKOR optics deliver the best possible image quality and clarity in every setting.

Compact and versatile

Fast f/2.8 aperture and standard focal length

Though optimized for close-up and macro shooting, the AF Micro NIKKOR 60mm f/2.8D produces fantastic portraits, copy work—even landscapes—and more. It’s wide f/2.8 maximum aperture delivers beautiful background blur (bokeh) and low-light performance.
CRC (Close Range Correction) System
CRC (Close Range Correction) System
The Close-Range Correction (CRC) system is one of Nikon's most important focusing innovations, for it provides superior picture quality at close focusing distances and increases the focusing range.
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Close, closer, closest Macro is a fascinating aspect of photography and I acquired a manual focus Micro-Nikkor several years ago and created a number of wonderful pictures with it. However, I was always frustrated by the annoyance of setting up the older lens. I was lucky to find a pre-owned 60mm lens and the auto-focus makes such a difference. Not only do I have a sharp everyday f2.8 60mm for my D610 I can also use it on my DX body as a 90mm portrait lens. I am sure the latest 'G' version is a masterpiece too, but for the occasional close-up work I shoot this lens is great. October 10, 2014
Minimal distortion. I use this lens to retake signs and labels on the equipment. I live and work in Russia. Focusing is sometimes mistaken for work at low temperatures (When the air temperature inside the lens is different from the outside temperature?). Additionally reluctantly note: there is no instruction in Russian. Please publish the manual in Russian. March 21, 2013
Sharp as can be all over at smaller apertures Great lens a little soft at the corners wide open but stopped down it is as sharp as I would ever wish for January 23, 2012
Fantastic lens. Extremely sharp This is my first lens that I bought after i got my D90 kit. Truly worth every penny. The lens is amazingly sharp. The DOF at f2.8 is so shallow that sometimes its hard to get everything in view. The bokeh is also nice and adds a beautiful effect to the photograph. Overall, totally worth to get this lens. Also works as a fantastic potrait lens. Only problem is it is extremely sensitive to "vibrations". Tripod use is highly recommended with this lens. OR get the slightly more expensive newer VR version. January 13, 2012
GREAT LENSE This lense is awesome, I am a novice photographer, just like to take picktures of bugs and flowers. I got this lense for this purpose and it was AMAZING. The sharpness was uncanny and the color was so vibrant, makes me look at every day objects and in a totally different way. December 24, 2011
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Will this work for sure on D90?

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60mm f/2.8D AF Micro-Nikkor Lens with a D7000

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Finally upgrading from the film era, manual focus cameras (FE2, FA), I'm not sure about the compatibility of autofocus lenses. I purchased a D7000 and I am wondering if this lens will work with this camera.
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Where can I obtain a re-production of the manual / instruction sheet that comes with this lens new?

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I followed the linkage on this page for "Product Manual" and have closely searched the list of all manuals on the link and cannot find any written material that I assume comes with the af micro nikkor 60mm f 2.8d lens when purchased new. Am I missing something on the linked page or are the written materials no longer provided by Nikon? Thank you in advance for any assistance.
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What 60mm Micro lens is compatable with my D50

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http://www.nikonusa.com/Nikon-Products/Product/Camera-Lenses/2177/AF-S-Micro-NIKKOR-60mm-f%252F2.8G-ED.html
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Is this lense compatible with the D5100?

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This lens will not auto-focus on a D5100. The newer AF-S Micro Nikkor 60mm f/2.8G ED will AF on a D5100.
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would this work with Nikon D7000?

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Can you zoom with this lens?

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or would you have to physically get close to everything?
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It is a fixed lens, you zoom with your feet.
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Will this lens fit on a Nikon D3000

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My lens that I have on it now says DX, so can an FX fit?
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This lens will work but will not autofocud, it does not a a built in focus motor so a camera with a focus motor is required. Your camera does not have this feature so you need lenses designated AF-S
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What is the difference between DX and FX? Can each be used with any camera?

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FX lenses can be used on either FX or DX cameras. DX lenses are intended for use only on DX cameras. FX cameras have a larger imaging sensor than DX cameras which generally translates into lower noise images at high ISO's.
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F-Stop inaccuracy with 60mm 2.8D on D700

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I'm not sure if this is something I need to send the lens in for repair for. When attached to the D700, the f-stop range displayed on the D700 shows f3.2 to f36, instead of f2.8 to f32. Everything else seems to be working normally and the images are crisp and clear. Fantastic images!
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Is it fully compatible with my D80? Any recommended settings that is required ?

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Lens is compatible, not sure which settings you are questioning.
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The best resolution that I get with this lens is at F/5., F/6/ 8 F/&11. Before and after these stops the resolution drops down when using my Nikon D800E. The loss in resolution is worse beyond F/11 that it is at the wider F/stops because of diffraction. I would avoid using the F/stops that you are using so as to get better resolution. This presents little problems if you are photographing flat art work because the depth of field requirements are less than those of, say, sculpture.
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I can't find the serial number on this 60mm Micro lens

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Laser engraved on bottom of aperture ring.
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Is this lens compatible with a Nikon D90?

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A friend gave this lens a few weeks ago but it does not work with my D90
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Doesn't work in what way? If you are getting a lens error message try setting the minimum aperature to f/32. It must be left in that position to work. The aperature is then controlled using the camera not the lens aperture ring. If that is not it try cleaning the contacts on the lens and camera.
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Will this lens work well with the D3100?

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Yes, but manual focus only.
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Is this lens have an automatic focus?

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Like the kit lens on the D3100, does it focus while not fully pressing the photo button? Also is it compatible with the D3100?
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No, the lens does not have a focus motor and will only manual focus with the D3100. The D 3100 does not have a built in focus motor.
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Will this work with the D800?

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Please and thank you! :)!
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Yes it will, D800 has a built in screw drive to focus the lens.
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Autofocus on the D600

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I have a D600 and just got this lens. I see a lot of people saying that you should only use this lens in Manual but all the cameras that people have said that about are DX. Is it okay to use it in autofocus with the D600?
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It maters not if its FX or DX, the reson they use manual focus is because it is not very effective at close focusing distances, it is much esier to manual focus when doing macro pictures.
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Is the Nikon 60mm Micro D lens fully compatible with the D600?

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Why does the maximum aperture change on a AF Micro-Nikkor 60mm f/2.8D as you get closer?

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isn't this a fixed aperture lens??? Used on a D800E, the maximum aperture changes from 2.8 to f 5 as you get close. ever saw this problem before.
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All fixed aperture micro nikon lenses automatically change the aperture as you get closer. It is a compensation for internal focus. You only get 2.8 at infinity.
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Not sure if I am using the correct terminology with "single focus" but I am very obviously Unfamiliar with this lens and how to use it properly. I think I am having to walk closer or farther away in order to capture what I want, but it is very inconvenient to me. Can anyone shed some more and accurate light on this for me? I am also looking for another Nikkor lens with perhaps more flexibility to zoom in and out for close up nature photography. THANK YOU!
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It's called "fixed focal length". No you can't zoom, the lens is goog for macro photography and also takes decent portrait photos.
Without knowing your budget or camera you are using I is difficult to recommend a zoom lens.
If it is in your budget the AF-S 70-200 f/2.8 VRII is one of e best pzooms around.
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for me to get for this camera without duplicating the 105mm macro.. the 60mm macro was recommended. I shoot a lot of nature.
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I would get the AF micro 200mm f/4, it will allow you to be further away from your subject. All you would gain with the 60mm over the 105mm would be a wider field of view.
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Is this lens compatible with the N55 and will the AF function work with the N55?

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Yes on both counts.
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Will this lens work on the D 800?

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Yes D800 has built in focus motor.
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Will the AFMicro-Nikkor 60mm f/2.8D work with the D5200?

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It will not auto focus, neither the lens or the camera have built in focus motors. You need the AF-S Micro Nikkor 2.8G ED version.
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AF Micro-Nikkor 60mm f/2.8D on D7000 only indicates f/2.8 at or near maximum focus distance

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I saw another questioner with the same problem, but I couldn't find a way to add to that question and the reply was to contact Nikon support via the phone. Is this the expected behavior of this lens? That its aperture is focus distance dependent? I've never heard of such a thing... I bought this lens used from keh.com, I'm wondering if I need to return it for another or if this is an oddball characteristic of this lens or if my D7000 needs a firmware update or ???

One of the reasons I chose to upgrade to the D7000 over the non AF bodies was for access to these older lenses.
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Never mind, I found the answer in your support forums (https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/9603/~/why-do-f%2Fstop-readouts-change-when-focusing-an-af-micro-lens%3F).

Seems the lens and camera are too smart for their own good! :-) It is behaving correctly and is simply showing me the actual f number resulting from the change in the size of the objective image being cast by the lens as its mechanical innards move due to changes in the focal distance.
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Will this lens work (i.e. auto-focus) with a D300?

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Yes, the AF Micro-Nikkor 60mm f/2.8D can be used with the D300. For more information on compatible lenses with the D300 please see: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...
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