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The Nikon UK site does not record the two product codes and I have used the ASIN number to determine the two lenses you are looking at, I think ! The 3.5 - 6.3 has 19 elements in 14 groups and is 798gms in weight, the 3.5 - 5.6 has 16 elements in 12 groups and weighs more at 1.3 kgs. The former lens is the newer version by Nikon and their site has a comparison system to allow you to determine the benefits of each. Hope this helps.
14 Jan 2015 by The Weatherman
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Dont understand thr question - you are quoting the same things
24 days ago by Amazon Customer
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Without using the telephoto aspect the lens gives the same as a 35mm lens, so not really wide angle , nikon do a fisheye lens if you want wider than a 35mm gives. Still a very versatile lens for the money and can reduce the number of lenses you need to carry, best results obtained using a tripod but not essential. Hope this helps Patsy.
30 Sep 2014 by The Weatherman
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Yes but as with all full frame lenses used on a DX format camera it will work as a DX lens. Good idea to buy AF-S full frame lenses for when you upgrade to a full frame Nikon such as the D810. That way when you upgrade there is no need to change lenses.
16 Jul 2015 by PR
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Yes - I use one myself
1 Sep 2014 by Brian
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Being an AF-S lens it will work with the D40, this article will confirm that for you : http://www.digitalrev.com/article/a-compatibility-issue-lenses-for/NjY3 You will see in certain reviews that people comment on the weight of the lens, I use it on a D200 and the D7100 both with battery packs and have no problems working hand held, a very versatile lens and worth going the extra over the 200mm. Hope this helps.
26 Apr 2014 by The Weatherman
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Made in Thailand
17 Jan 2015 by Jayenes
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The D610 uses FX format but this review suggests it will work OK with an AF lens - http://www.trustedreviews.com/nikon-d610_Digital-Camera_review. Hope that helps.
29 Jul 2014 by George Bain
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When I m travelling I only carry this lens its perfect for short lengths and zooming
10 Jun 2015 by LEMMY BWALYA
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Yes it can. I use the lens with a 2x kendo converter. I have a Nikon D810. Cheers
1 Jan 2015 by PR
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