Pro photographers don't experience the left AF issue

Started Jul 18, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: Pro photographers don't experience the left AF issue
In reply to Nippondenso, Jul 18, 2012

Nippondenso wrote:

as it is only left for amateurs to look for insignificant problems. It would seem the only people looking for the elusive AF issue are people that have too much time on their hands. The pros are out there using the their cameras and making money. Why do people buy cameras to look for problems? Is it part of wanting to belong? Is it to waste time? Is it to generate web clicks? Don't get me wrong, there's nothing wrong with all of this. You just got to be realistic and understand what is really going on. Maybe the D800 is just too complicated for most people to use. Even Leonard Shepard recognised most people aren't using AF correctly.

Do you know what is worse than people who look for the left AF issue? People who troll internet forums trying to bait people who have defective cameras. Do you have meetings with the other trolls each morning to decide what your topic of the day will be? Today it appears to be "just deal with it" with regard to faulty equipment.

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