How to interpret the firmware version numbers?
I just did the firmware update on my D7000. When I finish, I go to the firmware version and it says:
So I'm trying to understand why there are three numbers, and what does the third number mean?
I have Thom Hogan's book and was hoping that would explain it for me. It doesn't. The upgrade instructions on the NIkon site don't explain it, either.
This isn't exactly a make or break issue, but if anyone knows the answer I'd sure like to know what it is. Quite honestly, the L number being different from A and B doesn't make me feel too good.
#2. "RE: How to interpret the firmware version numbers?" | In response to Reply # 0Asgard Nikonian since 07th Apr 2004Sat 14-May-11 05:39 PM
It has something to do with the lenses.
The L firmware is suppose to “allow more sophisticated distance integration” provided by current and future Nikon lenses.
Gerold - Nikonian in East Frisia
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