Hi. First post, so here goes.
I have some good Nikon glass...85f1.4, 80-200AFS, 17-35, etc. that I used for my F100. In a camera store a while back I was looking at a D610 and talking to a sales person. He said that my lenses would not work as well (be as sharp) as the newer lenses which are made specifically for Digital Cameras. He said it was because the older coatings weren't as good for digital cameras as the newer lenses, and said something about reflected light being "off" with these lenses compared to the new DSLR ones.
I also read something similar somewhere that mentioned part of the reason being that the sensor is "shinier" than the film surface, therefore the "reflection" is "off".
Any thoughts on this? I'd hate to think I have several thousands in lenses that won't work as well, but if that's the case I guess it's just the case. C'est La Vie.
How much difference do you folks think photographic quality will suffer using the older lenses?
Thanks much for any help you can give.