#3. "RE: auto focus adjustment procedure" In response to Reply # 2
>The only good thing in that video is the knowledge about >which screw to adjust. > >---------+---------+---------+---------+ >Joseph K >Seattle, WA, USA > >D700, D200, D70S, 24-70mm f/2.8, VR 70-200mm f/2.8 II, >50mm f/1.4 D, 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 VR, 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5 DX >
Is that knowledge that's just enough to be dangerous?
#5. "RE: auto focus adjustment procedure" In response to Reply # 4
One bad slip of the wrench and you could forking over another 6-800 Bucks for a new Camera. If it was old like my D3000 not worth more than $50.00 on the open Market. But if you have just spent 6-800 dollars for a new Camera the last year or two. Don't risk it.
#6. "RE: auto focus adjustment procedure" In response to Reply # 5
No, I wouldn't spend 6-800 on another 5100. I'm so pissed off with this camera, I'd break out the plastic and get either a 600 or 800. But I'd buy it at a place that has a liberal return policy like Best Buy. I'd buy it in a Saturday morning and test it all day Saturday, and if it exhibited any sign of focus problem it would be returned immediately, no later than Sunday morning.