DX Nikkor: All functions supported;
Type G- or D-AF Nikkor: All functions supported;
Micro Nikkor 85mm F2.8D: All functions supported except some exposure modes;
Other AF Nikkor (excluding lenses for F3AF): All functions supported except 3D Color Matrix Metering, i-TTL balanced Fill-Flash for digital SLR;
AI-P Nikkor: All functions supported except 3D Color Matrix Metering, i-TTL balanced Fill-Flash for digital SLR and autofocus;
Non-CPU: Can be used in exposure mode M, but exposure meter does not function; electronic range finder can be used if maximum aperture is f/5.6 or faster.
IX Nikkor Lenses cannot be used.
> Just got my new D-70 last week and boy am I loving it!!! It has rekindled a passion for new creativity in my bones. I have been setting up a studio and this has been a great light meter and tool for instantly seeing the results. I put off digital for too long and now I see what I missed. The only thing I dislike is getting the images downloaded into the computer and working with them. I miss those 4x6 "previews" from the photo lab that I got with film. Otherwise, I WILL adapt. >
I'm considering getting a D70 but don't know whether to get the kit with lens. I have a Nikkor 24-80 but don't feel I would get enought of a wide angle with that.Should I gete a 3rd party lens or the kit?