Does Nikon D40 and Tokina AT-X Pro 12-24mm f/4 DX II work together?

Below you will find your chosen camera and lens. Click at the product name for more information.
 
Nikon D40
Release date 2006
Sensor of type DX / APS-C (1.5x)
6 Megapixels (3008 x 2000 pixels)
 
Tokina AT-X Pro 12-24mm f/4 DX II
Release date: 2009
Lens type: Wide Angle Zoom
Suited for cameras with APS-C sensors
Focal Length on 12-24 mm and aperture f/4
   
 
Can you combine this camera and lens?
Yes, you can use this camera and lens together.
  • The lens is manufactured by Tokina but is available with a Nikon mount.
    This lens is also available for Canon cameras, so before you buy the lens - make sure you get the right version.


  • The lens demands a camera with an APS-C sensor and exactly such a sensor you will find inside Nikon D40.


  • The camera does not have a built-in auto focus (AF) motor but since the lens has a built-in auto focus (AF) motor there is a possibility to use auto focus.
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  • The camera has a sensor of type DX (1.5x).
    Your focal length will be equivalent to  18-36 mm.
    Read more


  • The total weight (camera+lens) will be 1062 gr.
    Nikon D40 (522 gr)
    Tokina AT-X Pro 12-24mm f/4 DX II (540 gr)
 




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