Nikon 80-200mm f/2.8 AF-D Zoom Lens

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Selling my gently used Nikon 80-200mm f/2.8 AF-D lens. It is in great shape, with ZERO scratches or marks on either elements. The body of the lens is in excellent shape as well, with no large nicks or marks. I have included many photos to show the condition. Also included is the standard carry case, along with a Nikon cap and UV filter. Please let me know if you have any questions. I will ship this lens anywhere in the US with a verified PayPal account.

Asking $650.

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Full gallery here: 80-200

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Does this lens autofocus correctly with the D500? Are there any incompatibilities with the D500? Thanks.
 

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The only Nikon camera bodies it would be manual focus on are the Nikon "compact" DSLRs that don't have an AF motor/screw drive system in them • D40, D40x, D60, and all D3000 & D5000 series bodies.
 

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The only Nikon digital camera bodies it would be manual focus on are the Nikon "compact" DSLRs that don't have an AF motor/screw drive system in them • D40, D40x, D60, and all D3000 & D5000 series bodies.

FIFY.
 

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Does this lens autofocus correctly with the D500? Are there any incompatibilities with the D500? Thanks.
Awesome lens. I use one with a D750 and D500 (and previous D600, D7000).
It doesn't focus as fast as a 70-200/2.8 AF-S lens but if you learn how to use it, it's pretty fast and accurate and a lot less money.
 

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