Olympus lens calibration

Started Apr 19, 2014 | Questions thread
Paul De Bra
Paul De Bra Forum Pro • Posts: 12,473
The bits that are in focus are very sharp.

You may have wanted more to be in focus but that's not going to happen at 45mm f/1.8. What is in focus (especially hair) is very sharp. Should anything be wrong with the lens it is most likely in the areas that are out of focus here (corners).

I agree with others that if you were expecting something else to be in focus the issue is most likely that either you moved or the subject moved between acquiring focus and taking the shot.

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