The AFMA myth.

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Zeee Forum Pro • Posts: 19,799
Re: The AFMA myth.

BirdShooter7 wrote:

I have also been told by the technical reps with CPS that when a large AFMA is necessary the gear should be sent in for service.

You don't know what a relief that is to hear. I'm not the only one out there. I never had an issue with people who prefer to MFA, I just prefer factory calibrated gear before I fine tune.

On another note I picked up a Canon R the other day. Going to get my foot in the mirror-less door. It was so nice not to have to worry about that and I'm looking forward to the future.

I still have my 7D2. While the R can do BIF Canon DLSR's still have the edge for now based on what I have read. I haven't tried it yet but people are posting results. Two days of rain.

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