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The mount for the D series is the same as all Nikon's dslr's and slr's. Compatability is limited by the features of the lens. One problem with new lenses is the automatic features of the lens ( motors inside the lens for focus and iris) and the ability of the D40 to actuate them. Having said that, I have a Nikon D-40 … see more The mount for the D series is the same as all Nikon's dslr's and slr's. Compatability is limited by the features of the lens. One problem with new lenses is the automatic features of the lens ( motors inside the lens for focus and iris) and the ability of the D40 to actuate them. Having said that, I have a Nikon D-40 with a Nikon DX SWM ED Aspherical auto focus 18-55 that works just fine with the camera. Another issue is the focal point/image size that is introduced to your sensor. You can go to the nikonians website where they have a compatibility chart that shows which lenses work and what functions are allowed/disabled. http://www.nikonians.org/nikon/slr-lens.... see less The mount for the D series is the same as all Nikon's dslr's and slr's. Compatability is limited by the features of the lens. One problem with new lenses is the automatic features of the lens ( motors inside the lens for focus and iris) and the ability of the D40 to actuate them. Having said that, I have a Nikon D-40 with a Nikon DX SWM ED Aspherical auto focus 18-55 that works just fine with the camera. Another issue is the focal point/image size that is introduced to your sensor. You can go to the nikonians website where they have a compatibility chart that shows which lenses work and what functions are allowed/disabled. http://www.nikonians.org/nikon/slr-lens....
By Davidc on October 23, 2014
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yes ofcourse...
By IBUKUN on September 21, 2013
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Ideally you will require a high power external flash to 'freeze' the motion, and that can be expensive for a Nikon model. Depending on how much ambient light you have in the gym/arena you can, as an alternative, try cranking up the ISO to 1600, set exposure mode to S which will force camera to use highest available shu… see more Ideally you will require a high power external flash to 'freeze' the motion, and that can be expensive for a Nikon model. Depending on how much ambient light you have in the gym/arena you can, as an alternative, try cranking up the ISO to 1600, set exposure mode to S which will force camera to use highest available shutter speeds and see what happens - preferably at a training session. If you still get blur, you'll need that expensive flash to 'freeze' the motion as the built-in one is nowhere near powerful enough. The SPORTS mode is fine outdoors but won't help in poor lighting conditions. see less Ideally you will require a high power external flash to 'freeze' the motion, and that can be expensive for a Nikon model. Depending on how much ambient light you have in the gym/arena you can, as an alternative, try cranking up the ISO to 1600, set exposure mode to S which will force camera to use highest available shutter speeds and see what happens - preferably at a training session. If you still get blur, you'll need that expensive flash to 'freeze' the motion as the built-in one is nowhere near powerful enough. The SPORTS mode is fine outdoors but won't help in poor lighting conditions.
By Ernie on October 2, 2014
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you should not pay anymore more then 120.00 to 150.00 for a nice one. hope this helps
By somethingtodo SELLER on February 22, 2017
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You can not record video with this camera.
By Timbazi on June 19, 2017
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Ours came with a battery charger, no USB cords (we use an SD card), a 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G ED II AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor Lens, no scratches on the lens. We bought ours used, though, so I don't know if yours will be the same. Ours came like new condition and even included a camera bag.
By nsmith on March 9, 2013
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Linda, D40 body does not have built in AF motor -AF is possible only with the lenses having AF motor built in. . Please check if Tamron you mentioned has a built in AF motor.
By Vinylspinner on April 12, 2014
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No
By sparkle704 SELLER on January 2, 2017
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That would be a big No!
By Photographer410 on January 2, 2017