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Yes it works with D60. For more information go to http://techexperience.net/go/nikon/
By Amazon Customer on May 3, 2016
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I used it on my D5200 for about six months and ended up selling it. It's perfectly compatible with the camera, just not the best image quality. Performs pretty poorly in low light, and the auto focus spends more time searching than I would like. If you're on a budget and need a starter lens with a decent reach, it's a … see more I used it on my D5200 for about six months and ended up selling it. It's perfectly compatible with the camera, just not the best image quality. Performs pretty poorly in low light, and the auto focus spends more time searching than I would like. If you're on a budget and need a starter lens with a decent reach, it's a fine option for the D5200. I'm saving up for the nicer 70-200 f4. see less
By Hendo1024 on November 21, 2014
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yes, it will fit a D-40. it has the focus motor built into the lens , so it will autofocus on your body...I used it on a D-60 with great results. still using the lens on a D-7000. it's sharp and light weight. has the same 52mm thread size as the 18-55 kit lens. ships with a plastic reversible hood
By R. G. Keeling on November 1, 2012
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I'm not an expert just a photo hobby guy. But i believe there might be a second generation image stabilization on the 300 mm lens. Plus the obvious better zoom capacity. My 200 does a pretty good job at getting indoor pictures at a basketball game. I have to set the right aperture and ISO at first but it works for … see more I'm not an expert just a photo hobby guy. But i believe there might be a second generation image stabilization on the 300 mm lens. Plus the obvious better zoom capacity. My 200 does a pretty good job at getting indoor pictures at a basketball game. I have to set the right aperture and ISO at first but it works for me. Depends on your need for the additional zoom. Good luck see less
By Precept423 on December 15, 2013
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A kind of rule of thumb is that what ever the focal length you are shooting at, (200mm in the case of your question) , make sure the shutter speed is at least double... so at 200mm use 1/400th sec for your shutter speed. With the VR function, that should be more than sufficient to do a handheld shot. That said.... a tr… see more A kind of rule of thumb is that what ever the focal length you are shooting at, (200mm in the case of your question) , make sure the shutter speed is at least double... so at 200mm use 1/400th sec for your shutter speed. With the VR function, that should be more than sufficient to do a handheld shot. That said.... a tripod is always a best option if available. see less
By clarence paul on April 16, 2015