A6000 AF at the dog park

Started Apr 19, 2014 | Discussions thread
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abdoozy
abdoozy OP Regular Member • Posts: 260
Re: A6000 AF at the dog park

BoatGuy wrote:

The vignetting is so pronounced that I think the lack of camera corrections on a very modest lens (55-210) is the culprit, not AF. So I'm in violent agreement with the OP that the AF is working great. I don't see anything that is sharper than the dog in the frame.

I've been using my a6000 for a few days with the 16-70 on people and it's been outstanding. I can't/won't post the people pictures, and certainly the people don't move like the dogs, but I'm a happy owner so far.

Thanks for posting your shots.

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With all due respect, and acknowleging your violent agreement, you must have missed my previous comment that those 4 images on the OP were processed. The vignetting was applied by me on the four shots listed.

Here they are without vignetting or cropping, straight OOC:

And here are a few more, for no particular reason:

This one wasn't moving; I thought y'all would like to see a control shot..

And here's a crop of the one above.. if this is considered "out of focus", well, gee.

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