Not trusting peaking all that much

Started Jul 21, 2014 | Discussions thread
AlphaTikal
AlphaTikal Senior Member • Posts: 2,140
Re: "It depends"...

I generally have good experience with focus peaking. But one time, when I was testing my new Sony 35mm f/1.8, the focus was behind the subject. I remember to focused by the help of focus peaking and the result was wrong. I was tach sting my lens wide open aperture f/1.8 for landscape (just to see if it works and to find problem with lens). Still not sure if the lens is ok, but now you talk about, I believe in wrong focus peaking assumption from camera.

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