The central AF sensor is almost always the most accurate

Started Jun 24, 2012 | Discussions thread
SteveL54 Senior Member • Posts: 2,696
Re: The central AF sensor is almost always the most accurate

ThePaleRider wrote:

It is, and I have a copy of it on my computer upstairs. I am no interweb whiz kid, so if I can find it (stumble upon it, more like) then I surely can't be the only one.

There's no rush.

There are several references that state that most recent Nikon PDAF modules are designed to work with f/5.6 (or brighter) lenses. But I haven't seen where they express anything about expected focus accuracy in terms of DOF at f/5.6.

Steve

SteveL54 wrote:

ThePaleRider wrote:

Google is your friend, amigo. I am not here to hold your hand, and you are free to accept or reject what I say as you see fit. Neither will affect how your camera works.

I have been looking for such a specification from a Nikon source. If it was that easy to find I would have found it long ago. I was hoping your statement was based from such a source.

Steve

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