Blasted OM-D focusing

Started Mar 11, 2014 | Discussions thread
Danielvr Veteran Member • Posts: 4,712
Re: An example.
And tomorrow I will have to photograph the blasted dog all over again, this time in MF.

Or have it face the sun to get some contrast in its eyes (and a livelier photo).
One thing that I don't get as a fellow computer guy is that you only have this AF problem on certain occassions - and when you do, the focus is off during the entire session. I almost dare not say it, but such consistency _does_ suggest some form of operator error.. (i.e. a wrong setting).
p.s. There are now 3 OM-D bodies, so "OM-D" (like in the topic title) no longer identifies your particular model.

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