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The D5100 only autofocuses with the latest AF-S lens, and also older professional AF-I lens. Briefly, AF-S lens have a built-in motor to drive the focusing mechanisms on the lens, whereas AF lens rely on the motor in the camera body (like the D90 or the D7000). Most traditional screw-drive AF lenses will not autofocus… see more The D5100 only autofocuses with the latest AF-S lens, and also older professional AF-I lens. Briefly, AF-S lens have a built-in motor to drive the focusing mechanisms on the lens, whereas AF lens rely on the motor in the camera body (like the D90 or the D7000). Most traditional screw-drive AF lenses will not autofocus on the D5100, but will autofocus on the D90/D7000. Lens that say "AF-S," will autofocus with the d5100, and most lenses sold today for the D5100 are AF-S. The D5100 has no internal autofocus motor, so it will not autofocus with original-style screw-drive AF lenses. This is why some lens will autofocus with the D5100, and some won't. see less The D5100 only autofocuses with the latest AF-S lens, and also older professional AF-I lens. Briefly, AF-S lens have a built-in motor to drive the focusing mechanisms on the lens, whereas AF lens rely on the motor in the camera body (like the D90 or the D7000). Most traditional screw-drive AF lenses will not autofocus on the D5100, but will autofocus on the D90/D7000. Lens that say "AF-S," will autofocus with the d5100, and most lenses sold today for the D5100 are AF-S. The D5100 has no internal autofocus motor, so it will not autofocus with original-style screw-drive AF lenses. This is why some lens will autofocus with the D5100, and some won't.
By A Conrad on October 25, 2012
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It's compatible, but you wont have auto focus. Get more information on http://techexperience.net/go/nikon/
By Amazon Customer on May 3, 2016
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Yes, it's compatible. But you won't get the autofocus feature. You will need an AF-S lens.
By Anjon Basak on July 18, 2014
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Yes it will. Here is a link from the kenrockwell.com site. http://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/d7000.htm
Just get it, trust me you won't be sorry. I love mine.

By Scott Eskers on January 1, 2014
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Yes it is a good lense. I have the 35mm as we'll. if you are going to be taking more picture inside than out, I would go with the 35mm. If more outside then the 50mm. Both do an excellent job.
By H. Clay on January 5, 2014
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Yes it's an f mount but will not autofocus on your d3000 because your d3000 doesn't have a built-in motor but the lens will work flawlessly in manual focus mode.
By MathGenn SELLER on October 31, 2016
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THIS LENS WILL NOT AUTOFOCUS ON YOUR D3000!
You will have to manual focus if you buy this lens for the D3000, as the d3000 does not have a screwdrive AF motor. I suggest the 35mm f/1.8 AF-s.

By Nick on May 6, 2013
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Yes, it will. I bought it for my wife to take pictures of our baby, and she loves it! Great lens for the price!
By Brian M. on April 27, 2014
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Yes this is. I actually got this for my nikon D90 and it works great!
By A. Lai on August 27, 2013
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It can only be focused manually on the Nikon D40x I believe... according to this website (http://www.nikonians.org/reviews?alias=nikon-slr-camera-and-lens-compatibility). I usually use it to check body compatibility with lenses. This lens will work with your camera manually, but the auto focus will not work. Hopefully … see more It can only be focused manually on the Nikon D40x I believe... according to this website (http://www.nikonians.org/reviews?alias=nikon-slr-camera-and-lens-compatibility). I usually use it to check body compatibility with lenses. This lens will work with your camera manually, but the auto focus will not work. Hopefully this helps! see less It can only be focused manually on the Nikon D40x I believe... according to this website (http://www.nikonians.org/reviews?alias=nikon-slr-camera-and-lens-compatibility). I usually use it to check body compatibility with lenses. This lens will work with your camera manually, but the auto focus will not work. Hopefully this helps!
By Rulerb on January 29, 2014