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Actual Zoom Lenghts?

cburwell


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cburwell Registered since 15th Mar 2004
Wed 17-Mar-04 03:25 AM

I was talking with someone today, and they mentioned that some digital SLR's have some sort of teleconverter built in. They mnetined that for example an 18-70MM lens on a DSLR may actually equal to a 36-140MM lens.

My first question is why most DLSR's have a teleconverter built in (if this is the case)? If this isn't the case what was this person talking about? Secondly does the D70 have this issue? If so what is it's conversion factor?


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