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What does this mean? Sensor works all the way down to f/8

mvlow1974

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mvlow1974 Registered since 03rd Dec 2012
Tue 05-Nov-13 04:08 AM | edited Tue 05-Nov-13 04:09 AM by mvlow1974

I own the D7000 and have been thinking about getting a D7100 or D610. While reading the specs for the D7100 on Adorama, I read the following statement.

"The central cross-type sensor works all the way down to f/8, a huge advantage when using compatible teleconverters."

Excuse my lack of knowledge, but I am confused at this statement. I did not know that AF sensors only worked at certain f-stops. I have not noticed any issues at any f-stops on my D7000.

I am hoping one of knowledgeable Nikonian members can help me understand what this means. Thanks.

Malcolm

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