The AFMA myth.

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gscotten
gscotten Senior Member • Posts: 1,724
Re: The AFMA Bells and Whistles

jrkliny wrote:

I looked at 4 lenses: 18-135, 15-85, 60 macro and the 55-250.

I went through a similar process and none of my lenses needed AFMA, either. Like you, all of my lenses but one are slow enough to have a relatively deep DOF anyway. My 50mm f/1.8 was spot on. So I leave my AFMA turned off.

I suspect if one uses a lot of fast primes, particularly off-brand or inexpensive lenses, that a larger percentage would find AFMA useful. I do not think it is a gimmick or useless. I am happy to have it, even if I don't need it...yet.

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