Sat 15-Dec-12 11:27 AM | edited Sat 15-Dec-12 11:32 AM by blw
If they have the 5 contacts, they aren't AIS, Series E, or any other kind of manual focus. (OK, I'm assuming that we're not talking about the $1500 PC-E lenses or the the AI-P's, meaning the 45/f2.8 pancake, the 500/f4 AI-P or the 1200-1700mm zoom.) You need to check them to be sure that they have contacts. Other than the seven exceptions I just mentioned, if a Nikkor has a row of contacts, it's an auto focus lens.
If they work on a D300, the parameters for a D90 are EXACTLY the same. Individual cameras vary a little bit, so lenses that are normal on one body may be slightly tighter or looser on another one.
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