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Monday, April 18, 2011

AF Micro Adjustment - Is It Neccessary? (Canon 60D, Canon 7D, Nikon D7000, Nikon D700)

A lot of people were disappointed when the Canon 60D came out without AF Micro Adjustment for fine tuning focus on your lenses. The Canon 7D has it. The Nikon D7000 and D700 have it. But is it neccessary? Are we over-doing?

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Puneet Dembla said...

I think it is important, and very important for some specific works like fashion, editorial, and even wildlife. By saying that I may suggest that some lenses are good in a limited focusing distance and can be bad at other focusing distances, like a lens can be very good for taking a portrait 20 feet away, but it may be very soft for photographing an animal 200 feet away, so you will have to micro-adjust for that distance. There is a good article on why we need it on canon-rumors site, here is the link :

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