Autofocus adjustment testing target

Started Mar 4, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Autofocus adjustment testing target

samjstern wrote:

just because you got a different AF number the 2nd time does not mean it is correct.

Like going to a doctor to get a 2nd opinion.

Just beacuse it if different does not mean it is correct.

Set the AF tune to each result, take some real life pictures and compare thew results.

Thanx Sam.  I have a weather wood landscape structure in the back yard with a bunch of big rusted nail heads in it.  The wood is real rough and grainy and seems to work well for an autofocus target when shot at an angle.  (I know, I know, but it seems to york good).  Looks like it front focuses just a tad in the real life photos.  I added a bit more positive correction and I'll see what happens over the rest of the week.

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