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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 vers… see more 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. see less
By The Weatherman on 14 January 2015
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Sorry, as a used item there is no warranty.
By Ian Moffatt on 06 September 2015 SELLER
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Yes it will be fine. It is a little heavy to hang off your shoulder all day but it means only carrying one lense. The quality of the photos is good and the anti vibration works well. Both are good on all ranges for the lense. It offers alot of flexibility and is the only lense I take on holiday now. So apart from buyin… see more Yes it will be fine. It is a little heavy to hang off your shoulder all day but it means only carrying one lense. The quality of the photos is good and the anti vibration works well. Both are good on all ranges for the lense. It offers alot of flexibility and is the only lense I take on holiday now. So apart from buying a specilised fixed lense I would say you will not be disapointed. I use it on a D80. see less
By HP on 24 June 2014
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My lens size is 77mm. I used Jessops for mine but I;m sure any reputable photographer would be able to one. If not definitely Nikon would have one.
By Barry Hockey on 01 April 2016
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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 w… see more
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. see less

By The Weatherman on 26 April 2014
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I love this lens. Have been using it with a D7000 for about a year now and have had pleasing results...should imagine it would work well with 5300 but I'm not an amateur not a pro. You can view some of my results at shutterstopimages.blogspot.co.uk if that helps.
By Holly on 22 May 2016
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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.
By PR on 16 July 2015
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Hi Janine,
I use this lens on a D7100 and find performance to be excellent.

By Jayenes on 06 January 2016
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Yes. It works very well with the D7100.
By Loxley on 12 March 2014
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When I m travelling I only carry this lens its perfect for short lengths and zooming
By LEMMY BWALYA on 10 June 2015