Maybe my D7000 has issues....

Started Oct 16, 2012 | Discussions thread
ott77n Contributing Member • Posts: 959
Re: what if it didn't?

Barry Fitzgerald wrote:

ott77n wrote:


You seem to point to this photo as the proof of your fourth camera's AF problems. For this to work, there must be no easy explanation, which would suggest otherwise. That, or your presented proof is anything but.

I've taken lots of shots, that was one

Here is another on a tripod with AF-S

http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/post/50098404

Strong back focus care to debate that one?

No, because your reply shows you have rejected everything I have said, so it would be the waste of time.

Oh shock it shows the same as the real world shot..wow..you do the maths on this one

So in this particular case, your camera was in AF-A. If I understand your explanation, for the focus/re-compose to work, the camera must lock focus and must not try to re-focus, once the lock has been obtained.

It locked and did not re-focus.

It did not? Your photo shows that it did. Can't you see it?

I give up

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