Nikon may develop new Z-mount AF algorithm firmware to reduce the focus sound of F-mount AF-S lenses
This article comes from Hummingbird.
Nikon’s Z-mount lens for mirrorless has a very quiet focusing sound, and when using a Nikon SLR F-mount AF-S motor lens through an FTZ adapter ring , There will be a certain amount of noise, and recording with the built-in microphone will be affected. The AF algorithm developed by Nikon will slightly reduce the working speed of the motor while maintaining AF performance to reduce noise to a certain extent.
Editor’s point of view:
For the advent of the current increasingly popular video era, the video capabilities of the micro-single products are also very powerful, so the significance of Nikon’s move is very clear. Indeed, the traditional AF-S motor will have noise problems when focusing, and the interference to the video reception is also obvious. This is also an urgent problem, but the effect of solving hardware problems through firmware still needs to be proved through actual combat.
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