D7000 + 35mm/1.8 - what AF correction do you use?

Started Feb 18, 2012 | Discussions thread
Nightrider72 Regular Member • Posts: 130
Re: Nightrider72

Yes, it works better if I fine tune to -10 when under tungsten light.
I don't know if other cameras are prone to this kind of behavior...

MarceloLI wrote:

Nightrider72 wrote:

daylight: -5
tungsten: -10

That's mean you have to change the calibration depending the lighting conditions??

It is a normal procedure in Nikon cameras or just the D7000? I can't believe a $1400 camera has some many issues and discrepancies with AF, WB.

Some people state this is a "very sophisticated camera" but I never had this issues with my modest professional Olympus cameras.

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